You asked for it, and Rite Aid listened. Just check out the new and improved Rite Aid Corporate Coupon Policy that one of their representatives emailed me!
I think you’ll be happy to see that they have addressed many of the specific items that customers have issues with regularly, including:
- Internet printable acceptance
- Coupon usage on BOGO sales
- Adjusting coupons w/ face value that exceeds item price
This is a must-print document that you’ll want to stash in your coupon binder or with your coupons.
I hope you’ll all take a moment to thank Rite Aid for putting together such a thorough coupon policy either in the comments here (I’ll make sure to send my contact this link) or by sending them a message through their website! And let’s hope that more companies follow their excellent example.
First, thank you for posting the coupon policy, I wish they made it accessable on their website. Second, I am trying to understand how the +Up rewards will factor into the coupon policy. I recieved multiple +Up Rewards at the bottom of my receipt during my last shopping trip to Rite Aid. In fine print it states “Good thru 8/07/10 on 1 purchase only of at least $1 of eligible product excluding sales tax….” Each Reward I recieved says the same thing with only the dollar amount of the eligible product varying. So could I use 1 manufacturer coupon, 1 Rite Aid coupon & 1 +Up Reward for a single item? And can I use multiple +Up Rewards within the same transaction?
My understanding is that +UP rewards are treated like gift cards. They don’t apply to a particular item, but to your total after all coupons are deducted.
I had a horrible experience today when I tried to use the +Up rewards and the video value in addition to another coupon. I ended up spending more money and arguing with the cashier, so next time I’ll definately bring the printed coupon policy because it’s not really worth the headache.
I don’t know if anyone has posted this or not but starting august 1st rite aid will be putting limits on the up rewards much like they do the rebates. Good info for those who roll their rewards over to the next purchase.
I had a bad exp. at Rite Aid in Oxford, AL yesterday. The manager told me I couldn’t use two “like” internet printables. She actually threatened me with jail for using fraudulent coupons. I explained to her that manufactuers, allow you to print two coupons per computer, so they are not fraud. If that is RA’s policy, not to accept them… that is one thing, but to threaten jail time…. I think I will let corp know about this one…
I am pretty new to this Rite Aid rebate/coupon business, so I have a scenario that I want to try, but don’t know if it will work? I want to purchase 4 packs of huggies jumbo pack diapers. I have several manufacturer coupons..(2) $4.00 off purchase of 2 packs, (2) $3.50 off purchase of 2 packs, (3) $1.00 off a pack, (2) $2.50 off a pack. My question is this: I read in the coupon policy that RA only accepts one manufacturer coupon per transaction… does it mean one PERIOD, or just one of the same kind? Thanks!!!
One manufacturer coupon per item. So, your best bet would be to use the two $2.50/1 and one of the $4/2 coupons if you’re buying 4 packs. Rite Aid coupons (from watching the videos or from the weekly flyer) sometimes say “manufacturer” on them but RA is still supposed to take them in addition to the actual manufacturer coupons. There was a really good writeup on one of the blogs about how to tell the difference. I’ll see if I can find it. Also, don’t forget to use a $5/25 coupon with that transaction, and submit it for the $2 rebate.
and this is why rite aid is trading at less than a dollar a share, and cvs and walgreens are at 25.00 a share. you will be happy when they finally have to close their doors.
If Rite Aid went out of business because of coupons, then they should have looked ahead and changed their coupon policy and stopped the Wellness card and Video Values shtick they got going on. We are not doing anything wrong and store employees need to realize it. Corporate creates the policies, programs and rules. Store managers and employees need to learn to follow corporate policy and it is pathetic when a customer has to tell the manager what the policies are.
Does anyone know if Rite Aid will double the manufacturers coupons like most big grocery chain stores like Meijer’s or Kroger does (usually they will only double the face value of the coupon up to 1.00) ?? Thank you!
I HAD A PROBLEM AT THE RITE AID I WENT TO TODAY TOO. THEY HAD A ITEM THAT WAS BOGO AND I HAD A BOGO COUPON AND WOULDNT GIVE THE ITEMS TO ME FOR FREE… AND DOES ANYONE KNOW IF WHEN THEY HAVE A BUY I GET I 50% OFF, DO U HAVE TO BUY BOTH ITEMS TO GET THE DEAL OR CAN U BUY ONE FOR HALF OFF?
Dawn R. Milford
Rite Aid has changed their policy about BOGO copupons and offer combinations, https://content.riteaid.com/stores/CustomerCouponAcceptancePolicyAugust2010.pdf they will no longer let you use a BOGO coupon on an in store BOGO sell item. This changed earlier this year about May I believe.
I went to my Fav Rite aid this morning . I had 2 BOGO free Olay body wash but was told I could no longer use two BOGO when I buy 2 same items . Manager showed me the CP and it does say they no longer allow that what a bummer
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