Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Rite-Aid This Week.....So Far

I came into this week with a $10 +Up Reward.
We needed pain killers as we were almost out, so I got this on Sunday.....

3 x Ibuprofen 100 ct. on sale $4.99=$14.97
1 x Acetaminophen 100 ct. on sale but 20% wellness disc. better=$5.83

No coupons used and I paid with my $10 +Up=$10.80 OOP.
Yah, I know I spent a lot out of pocket but you would pay $10 for 1 bottle of Motrin or Tylenol.
I got 400 pills for $10.80.  8-)

And buying $20+ of this stuff got me another $10 +Up Reward.

Be careful if you try to do this +Up Deal.  The signage on the shelving was wrong(plus someone had stocked in the wrong spaces)and I had to check product codes against the shelf tags to see which pills qualified for this deal.  I picked up the red oval(tablet)ibuprofen first and price checked it but it didn't qualify.  Too many types of ibu and aceta Rite-Aid!  You should make it ALL(if 100 ct.)qualify or not offer this deal!!

I hopped up to Rite-Aid on Monday to get this stuff......

1 x Zim's Max-Freeze on sale=$5.00
1 x Bic razors on sale=$5.99
1 x Reach toothbrush multipack on sale=$3.00
2 x Eucerin lotion travel size BOGO50%=$1.78
1 x Stride gum on sale=.79¢

Coupons Used
1 x $2/1 Zim's product FacebookQ=$2.00
1 x $3/1 Bic razors ManQ=$3.00
1 x $1.50/1 Reach multipack Load2CardQ=$1.50
Coupon Total....$6.50


I used my $10 +Up Reward to pay and spent .06¢ OOP.


I received back $10.50 in new +Up Rewards($5 Max-Freeze, $2.50 Reach, $2 Eucerin, $1 Bic).

At first I needed to add the gum and was confused as it didn't add up right in my head.
Then I realized that the Load2Card Reach Q had attached to this order and I wasn't expecting it to.....since my L2C Qs NEVER work when I want them to! argh.
But it was a good thing that it worked so I happily added the gum and paid 6 cents.  ;-)

Tuesday morning, we took our $10.50 in +Ups and got this on the BIL's card.....

1 x Zim's Max-Freeze on sale=$5.00
1 x Reach toothbrush multipack on sale=$3.00
4 x Eucerin lotion travel size BOGO50%=$3.56

Coupons Used
1 x $2/1 Zim's product FacebookQ=$2.00
1 x $1.50/1 Reach multipack Load2CardQ=$1.50
Coupon Total....$3.50


I used $7.50 in +Ups to pay......$8.06-$7.50=$.56 + .03tax=$.59¢

I received back $11.50 back in +Ups(2 x $2 Eucerin , $2.50 Reach, $5 Max-Freeze).

$11.45 spent OOP this week for $79.24 in products.

When added to the $3 in +Ups I didn't spend from yesterday's trip I now have $14.50 to figure out how to rolls later this week.




  1. I wish we had something like that here in Canada. Usually we just have points you have to wait forever to cash in. Target does occasionally have a good deal here with giftcards with purchase that we can get almost free using coupons though. Great deals!

  2. I saved a dollar at Joanns...

  3. You are a genius!

    Are there paper coupons for the coupons loaded onto your phone? Or, are they loaded onto your card?

    1. the Load2Card are on my Wellness card. You have to go to your account on the Rite-Aid site and attach them electronically to your Wellness card. They "should" come off automatically when you purchase the product but my experience has been it's a "hit or miss" thing. I always have them check if any L2Cs attached before I hand over +Ups and/or $.

  4. I got two BestBuy giftcards to get a printer @ Rite-aid and got $10 UPs. I felt so smart, it was kind of sad.

  5. I tried Rite Aid this week, and I must say it's kind of confusing. I'm used to rolling ECB's but you have to wait a day at Rite Aid to buy more stuff. Even so, I got some great deals on make up (stocking stuffers) toothpaste, toothbrushes, Advil, Cottonelle, and some candy. I have $1 UP going forward, so I'll stop in again on my way to work as there is only one Rite Aid in our area and it's out of the way.


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