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Rite Aid: July Video Values Printable Coupons

by Corrie @ Centsable Momma on June 28, 2010 · 3 comments

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

July Video Values Coupons:

  • $2/1 Almay Intense I-Color
  • $1.50/1 Aquafresh Iso-Active
  • $1/1 Aqua Globes
  • $1/1 Axe Body Spray, Shower Gel or Anti Perspirant
  • $2/1 Beeno Antacid
  • $1/2 Betty Crocker Homestyle Potatoes
  • $5/1 Beyonce Heat
  • $2/1 Big Top Cupcake
  • $1/1 Bottle Tops
  • $2/1 Bumpits
  • $1/1 Burts Bees Toothpaste
  • $0.50/1 Clorox Cleaning Product
  • $3/1 Coppertone Suncare
  • $1/1 Cottonelle Double Rolls Toilet Paper (12 pk.)
  • $1/1 Crazy Critters Pet Toy
  • $2/1 Dr. Scholls for Her Insoles
  • $1/1 Dove Body Wash
  • $0.50/1 Dove Chocolate
  • $2/1 Emery Cat Board
  • $1/1 EZ Combs
  • $2/1 Fiber Choice (90 ct.)
  • $2/1 Garnier Hair Color
  • $2/1 Garnier Nutrioniste Skin Care
  • $0.20/1 Gatorade (20-24oz.)
  • $0.50/1 Glad Trash Bags
  • $2/1 Green Dot Visa or Master Card Activation Fee
  • $0.50/1 Halls (30 ct. bag)
  • $1/2 Hamburger or Tuna Helpers
  • $1/1 HD Vision Wrap
  • $1/1 Heel Tastic
  • $0.50/1 Hellman’s Mayo
  • $1/1 Hershey Bliss (8.6-9.6 oz.)
  • $1/1 Hershey's Milk Chocolate Bars (6 pk.)
  • $1/1 Huggies Wipes wyb Huggies Jean Diapers
  • $1/1 Jupiter Jack
  • $2/1 Kendall Antimicrobial Product
  • $2/1 Kinoki Cleansing Detox Pads
  • $1/1 Kotex or U-Kotex Pads, Liners or Tampons
  • $3/1 KY Yours & Mine
  • $2/1 Loud n’ Clear
  • $1/1 Maybelline Color Sensational Lipstick, Lip Gloss or Liner
  • $1/1 Motrin PM
  • $2/1 Neckline Slimmer
  • $0.50/1 Any Neosporin Product
  • $3/1 New Skin Liquid Bandage or Spray
  • $1/1 Ped Egg Ultimate Foot File
  • $1/1 Pedi Paws Nail Trimmer
  • $1/1 Perfect Fit Button
  • $1/1 Polident Dentures
  • $2/1 Renu Multi Purpose Solution
  • $2/1 Renu Fresh Multi Purpose Solution
  • $2/1 Revlon Color Burst Lipstick
  • $2/1 Revlon Grow Luscious Mascara
  • $1/1 St. Ives Facial Lotion, Body Wash
  • $2/1 St. Ives Naturally Clear Cleanser or Scrub
  • $2/1 Sally Hansen Hair Removal
  • $1.50/1 Sensodyne Toothpaste
  • $2/1 Shake Weight
  • $1/1 Shoe Dini
  • $1/1 Shoe Under Space Organizer
  • S2/1 Slap Chop
  • $2/1 Smooth Away Hair Remover
  • $1/1 Strap Perfect
  • $0.50/1 Sour Patch or Swedish Fish 8oz
  • $1/1 Sure Clip Nail Clipper
  • $4/1 Tecnu Extreme Scrub Rash Relief or Gel
  • $1/1 Tums (60 ct.+)
  • $1/1 Turbo Snake Drain Hair Removal
  • $0.50/1 Twizzler (12.4 oz-16 oz.)
  • $1/1 UGlue Super Adhesive Tap
  • $1/1 Vita Grass for Cats & Dogs
  • $1/1 Viva Papertowels
  • $1/1 Windshield Wonder
  • $1/1 Wonder Hanger
  • $3/1 Zegerid OTC

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

Thanks, For the Mommas!

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.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Deb June 28, 2010 at 12:04 pm

We better enjoy the Rite Aid Q's, Up's etc while we can. An article just this morning listed RA as one of the 10 top companies in serious trouble.
Chain fell 2% and posted a $507 million net loss during recent 12 months.

Been earning some Up's and don't know what to spend them on? Here's a suggestion-next time you go into your local grocery store, stop by Cust Serv. & as them if they'll honor Rite Aid Q's-every Publix I've asked-said YES!!!
Redeem on food there's no Q's for!!!


2 Corrie @ "Cents"able Momma June 28, 2010 at 12:39 pm

It's true that RA is on the list of stores that could possibly face bankruptcy. However, for Q1 2010, Rite Aid actually had better than expected results (although they still had a net loss). That being said, you want to be cautious about having too much money invested in RA programs at a time.

That's great that your Publix will accept +UP Rewards! I'm kind of surprised they do, though since they are RA coupons and not manufacturer's coupons (so they won't get reimbursed for them like they would with Walgreens Register Rewards).


3 Brie N. June 28, 2010 at 1:46 pm

I noticed you had a few posts about the Wellness Program, explaining the program, etc. and I assume those were done in a partnering with Rite Aid and I was wondering if they had expressed to you if they plan to release an updated Coupon Policy covering all of these new changes and which coupons can be used together such as a +Up and a VV?

I was so excited when that last policy came out, I printed it and carry it with me always but now there are all these new issues that my cashiers don't know how to handle and make up the rules as they go, in the past I could just whip out my policy when this happened.

I would love to help keep them in business and spend less time at CVS but their trickle down of the information to the stores is making me crazy, I was just curious if you had heard anything about a new policy?

BTW thanks for all of your great deals and match-ups!


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