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Rite Aid Deals Week of 7/22/12

by Corrie @ Centsable Momma on July 21, 2012 · 2 comments

Rite Aid Deals

Corrie from "Cents"able Momma is the Deal Seeking Mom Store Expert for Rite Aid. At "Cents"able Momma, she helps others be "able" to save their "cents" by sharing great deals, coupons, freebies, money saving tips, and even a few methods to earn a little extra money.

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New to couponing? Read up on what all of these abbreviations mean first in my quick reference guide.

Freebies

Suggested Scenario

Buy (2) Revlon Nail Polish ($4.99 + $2.49)
Get $4 +UP Reward wyb 2 (Limit 2)
Use (2) $1/1 Revlon Nail Product, exp. 7/29/12 (SS 06/24/12)
Use $2/1 Revlon Nail Enamel (RA Video Values, July)
Better than FREE after stacked coupons and +UP Reward!

Single Check Rebate and +UP Reward Deals

Back to School

See the Rite Aid overview for additional details on the Single Check Rebates program.

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1 Daniel July 21, 2012 at 8:58 pm

The St. Joe Aspirin SCR says valid for 300 ct::

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July 2012 SCR: Valid from 07/04/12 to 07/31/12

Submit By: 08/30/2012
$2.00 REBATE on St. Joseph

Purchase One (1):
•Enteric Tablets, 300 ct.

LIMIT ONE (1) $2.00 REBATE*

Was the 200 ct you mentioned a typo? Will the $2 rebate clear for the 200 count size even though it is advertised as for the 300 count size?

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2 Corrie @ Centsable Momma July 22, 2012 at 12:20 am

The St. Joseph aspirin count may be a typo on Rite Aid's part in the ad, but the ad does state 200 count, so I didn't include the SCR in the scenario since it's for the 300 ct. product. It's possible that the SCR will still work, but I didn't want readers to rely on it by listing it in the scenario.

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