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Rite Aid: Flu Coupon Book

by Tara Kuczykowski on August 27, 2011 · 16 comments

Rite Aid has released a new flu coupon book for 2011. In some stores, these books are available at the pharmacy counter and in other stores, they reserve them for people getting a flu shot.

Rite Aid Flu Coupon Book

  • $2/1 Advil or Advil Congestion Relief Item
  • $2/1 Allegra Allergy Item
  • $2/1 Aspercreme or Capzasin
  • $10/1 Bayer Contour Blood Glucose Monitor
  • $3/1 Benefiber Item
  • $2/1 Centrum or Centrum Silver
  • $2/1 Cold-Eeze Cold Remedy Oral Spray
  • $1/1 Comtrex Item
  • $10/1 Cosamin DS or Cosamin ASU
  • $10/1 Diabetes A1C Test
  • $1/1 Dr. Pepper Multipack
  • $3/1 Duracell Coppertop Batteries
  • $2/1 EasyFeet System
  • $1/1 Emerald Nuts
  • $1/1 Emergen-C Immune+
  • $1.50/1 Excedrin Item
  • $5/1 Futuro Braces, Supports, Compression Hosery
  • $1/1 Gillette ProGlide, Fusion, or Venus Brand Razor Kit, Old Spice Bodywash or Gillette Bodywash
  • $1/1 Hartz Crunch 'n Clean Biscuits, Chicken Chews, or Rawhides
  • $1/1 Healthy Choice Fresh Mixer
  • $1/1 Hershey's Big Bag Candy
  • $1/1 Hormel Compleats
  • $5/1 Insight Tube Reading Glasses
  • $1/1 Kleenex Multipack Bundle
  • $2/1 L'Oreal Cosmetic Item
  • $2/1 L'Oreal Sublime Mousse Hair Color or Elnett Hairspray
  • $1/1 L'Oreal Vive Pro Hair Care or Studio Styler
  • $1.50/1 Lysol Hand Soap Kit
  • $2/1 M&Ms Mars Candy Club Bag
  • $2/1 Maxell Jelleez Headphones
  • $1/1 Mucinex or Delsym Item
  • $1.50/1 Nexcare Item
  • $2/20 Rite Aid 4x6 Photo Prints
  • $1/1 Purell Hand Sanitizer, Original and Aloe
  • $1/1 Purex 3-in-1 Laundry Sheets
  • $1/1 Rite Aid Brand Maxi Pads, Tugaboos Mega Pack Diapers, or Bladder Control Pads
  • $2/1 Robitussin Cold Formula
  • $2/1 Sandisk 8Gb SD Card or Flash Drive
  • $1/1 Secret or Gillette Clinical Anti Perspirant/Deodorant
  • $3/1 St. Joseph 81 mg Aspirin
  • $1/1 Stridex Maximum Strength or Sensitive Skin Acne Pads
  • $1/1 Sucrets Item
  • $2/1 Theraflu or Triaminic item
  • $2/1 Vitafusion Multi Vite Adult Gummy or Power C Adult Gummy Vitamins
  • $5/1 Virgin Mobile LG101 Pre-Paid Phone
  • $2/1 Zicam Item

These are Rite Aid store coupons, so you should be able to stack them with manufacturer coupons for even bigger savings. All coupons expire on 12/31/11.

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1 liliana September 2, 2011 at 4:17 pm

WHERE CAN I FIND THIS CUOPONS?

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2 Angela September 2, 2011 at 4:56 pm

Some stores have these at or behind the pharmacy counter. Other stores are reserving them for people who get a flu shot there. Perhaps try asking about them at the pharmacy.

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3 carol anderson September 11, 2011 at 2:12 pm

I love, to shop at rite aid store,it is the best ever.......

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4 carol anderson September 11, 2011 at 2:15 pm

Well getting the coupon will help me a lot and it nice that they offer that ....

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5 Just A. Normal-Person November 5, 2011 at 4:45 pm

Good luck getting this coupon booklet from the pharmacist without a flu shot. I spoke with both the pharmacist AND the store manager because the receipt for the items I'd purchased is misleading in that it says available with a flu shot; but, then it says no purchase necessary. It was a "no go." They still wouldn't give me one without a flu shot. =(

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6 Tabitha November 9, 2011 at 1:12 pm

I just got one from my pharmacist without getting the flu shot. I just asked for one, she said " Do you want to get the flu shot?" I said no thanks. Smiled and walked out.

They do say "manufacturers coupon" on them all, so I don't think they can be stacked...right ?

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7 Scott December 2, 2011 at 8:16 am

I was also unsuccessful in obtaining the coupon book. They tried to say that the "no purchase necessary" meant that in most cases your insurance would cover the full cost. Total BS!

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