Saturday, September 26, 2009

Rite Aid Deals for 9/27-10/3

I have had a request to post Rite Aid deals early, so here goes. Rite Aid sales go from Sunday to Saturday. My store is usually stocked very well when I get around to shopping Monday, Tuesday, or even Thursday. However, I don't live in a large city. I hope you are able to score some deals. I would recommend getting a Sunday paper. (more on collecting coupons tomorrow)
View this week's ad here
Beginner deal: Totally free after rebate (no coupons needed)
Crest with Scope Toothpaste, $2.69, get SCR (single check rebate) for $2.69
Oral B Advantage Toothbrush, $2.69 get SCR for $2.69

Intermediate deal: Money maker deals, buy a Sunday paper
Gillette Fusion Razor $9, use $4 coupon from the P&G (Proctor & Gamble) insert in today's paper, get a $5 SCR=free
Buy the toothpaste and toothbrush above, but use the $1 coupons for each in the P&G insert. Here is the breakdown, total for three items: $14.38, use $6 in coupons, pay $8.38 at register (plus tax). After you enter your receipts and request your check, you will get $10.38 back, meaning Rite Aid PAID you $2 to buy this stuff, sweet!

Advanced deal: If you have older inserts,
Do the intermediate deal, find $10.62 (or around) in other sale items your family needs so you can use $5 off $25 coupon. Check out my frugal adventure or any blogs under the Rite Aid Resources list for the best matchups.

*Don't forget to request your check for the September Rebate Period. This week starts the October Rebate Period. Also the Gift of Savings program is separate and runs until 10/17, all purchases BEFORE coupons are counted towards this total.
**Also in today's paper are three great Albertson's coupons. $3 of $30, .99 dozen eggs, and $1 off $10 of produce. It is a separate ad.


  1. Thanks Dawn! I'm afraid I won't be able to get in on the Rite Aid deals very often, but that's ok. I work from 6 am to 4:30 on Mondays and then leave to teach Jazzercise at 5:00 and don't get home until after 7, so my Mondays are booked solid. (Not that that really matters to you:) But I really appreciate you fulfilling my request. Do you have Walgreen's up there in Oregon? There is one on every corner here and they have a program similar to the SCR, but instead of a check they give you coupons to use on your next trip. There is also an I Heart Walgreens blog that is almost identical to the I Heart Rite Aid one. (You probably already know this.) Again, I appreciate you getting me thinking more about this stuff.

  2. Yes, we have a Walgreens. I think it is more confusing that Rite Aid and it is never stocked well. If it is closer for you go there though, it is great deals too.