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Rite Aid: April Video Values Coupons

by Tara Kuczykowski on April 1, 2010 · 6 comments

Rite Aid has refreshed the Video Values coupons with lots of new offers, including a new $5 off $20 Rite Aid purchase coupon that I’m sure will come in handy this month.

April Video Values Coupons:

Video Values coupons are considered Rite Aid store coupons and therefore can be stacked with manufacturer’s coupons for even bigger savings!

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Narmin April 1, 2010 at 10:41 pm

Why there is no Renpure shampoo coupon? :') I really, really love that product.


2 Sarah N April 2, 2010 at 12:04 am

Every time I call customer service, I am told that the video values coupons count as manufacturer's coupons and can't be stacked. And when I emailed I got no response. Is it written somewhere that they are Rite Aid store coupons? Thanks Tara!


3 Leah April 4, 2010 at 7:31 pm

The video value coupons I've printed say Manufacturer at the top and in fine print at the bottom there's a blub about coupon redemption by the manufacturer. With these two things on the coupon I would think they can't be stacked. BUT I'm totally new to this, so that's strictly my two cents. Has anybody tried stacking with another manu and had success?


4 Leah April 4, 2010 at 7:36 pm

I do have a question about the 5/20. I was able to print quite a few by just selecting my print settings and changing the number of copies to print. However I see that it says that the coupons print one time and then are removed from your "rewards". Of course they all have the same number under the bar code, so I don't know if this would mean I can't use but one of them. Anybody know if printing multiples of that is worth the ink? will they let me redeem them?


5 Pauline Greer April 5, 2010 at 6:57 pm

Since the video coupons are from a Riteaid site I would say they should be able to be stacked and I have. Although the clerk tried to tell me otherwise, I hung tough and she let me, a couple of times. I do think they only can be printed once although I don't know, never tried but I will.


6 Richelle April 25, 2010 at 6:23 pm

I use and stack the video values coupons all the time. I was told by my local store, that distinguishes them from the mfr coupons-- is the fact that the code below the bar code begins with "RC......." That means it is a "Rite Aid Coupon" and may be stacked with manufacturer coupons. Of course, store managers vary-- and every store has a cashier or 2 that will make a (jealous?) fuss. If that happens, courteously show them the fine print on the very bottom of the coupon where it says "Good only at Rite Aid Pharmacies" (meaning-- how can it be a manufacturer coupon if this is the ONLY store I can use it at?), and of course always have a copy of Rite Aid's coupon policy in-hand every time you shop, just in case you need to educate an employee as to the store policy. You can find and print the policy on Rite Aid's website. There is an adage, "You'll catch more flies with honey than vinegar." Although I don't often "catch flies," I do find that courteousness can be the determining factor of whether or not certain coupons are accepted. If after all of that, still no luck-- wait a week or so and likely another store (like Walgreens) will have a great deal on the same item.


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