Rite Aid Trip
11.99 John Frieda Precision Foam Hair color (reg. price)
Select John Frieda products 6.99 regular price SALE PRICE $5
($5 up+ rewards when you buy 2 John Frieda products!)
Cloraseptic $ 6.49 SALE PRICE $3.99
(receive $3.99 up+ wyb 1)
12 pack coke @$5.39ea reg. SALE PRICE $3.25
(receive $2 up+ wyb 4 cases)
I bought 1 john frieda hair color, 3 john frieda shampoo/conditioners, and I used
three $2 john frieda items.
I didn't use any other coupons other than that, just scanned my rite aid card and paid $39. I saved $17, but I also got another $15 back in up+! So it's like I spent $25 on all this!!!
Plus they were out of most of the other free stuff (after up+) so I got rain checks. Rite Aid is probably my favorite place to get rain checks because unlike Walgreens or CVS, you get the item for whatever the price is AFTER the up+. So anything advertised as FREE after up+ is actually free with NO money out of pocket. *Sometimes If I am tight on cash, I will actually wait till the end of the week to go there, hoping that I can get rain checks. Is that bad? That's not bad, is it? LoL. BUT, since I didn't get the actual items today, here are what you can get for free/super cheap without even using coupons! The Cold and flu season is upon us and Rite Aid has the best deals around this week on cold meds!!
CVS brand Instant Hand sanitizer, 8 oz FREE ( or $1 and receive $1 up+)
Burts Bees Throat Drops , 20 oz FREE (Pay $1.49 and receive $1.49 back in up+)
Highland's DEFEND Cold and Cough $5.99 (Receive $5 back in up+)
Blistex Medicated Lip Ointment
Cepacol Throat drops FREE (Pay $2.50 receive $2.50 back in up)
Prep. H totable wipes FREE (or Pay $3 and receive $3 back in up+)
NeilMED Nasamist Spray FREE (Pay $5 receive $5 back in up+)
Aquafresh Kids Toothpaste 4/$5 Sale price (I know I have coupons for this so I'm going to have to go back before tomorrow)
Zarbee's All Natural Children's Cough Syrup $5.99 (submit info from your receipt online and Rite Aid will give you a $5.99 Single Check Rebate)
Ocean Saline Nasal Spray $.99 (Pay $2.50 and receive $1.50 in up)
**Also, take note of limits in the ad. If it says limit 2 or limit one, that is PER deal not total you are allowed. So if it says Limit 1 per Household under the cepacol, you can buy more than 1 but only 1 will print a up+. You can still receive Up+ for other items too, just only 1 (or whatever the limit is ) per deal.
I got some good deals @CVS too, but I didn't really feel like shopping around, as I had most of what I needed at that point. If you haven't signed up for an Extra care card at CVS, you need too! They are free and it's really quick. Then, when you get home, enter your card number and phone # etc online and they will email you coupons. Like I got about $10 worth of coupons in my email (I had a $3 off my total purchase, $3 off $10 worth of cosmetics, $2 off dial body wash/lotion/soap (made the deal in the ad even better) and I was able to get a nice eyeliner, 2 bottles of nail polish, and the bodywash for very cheap. Plus I got $$ back in Extra bucks!