Posted: June 1, 2010

Forever young, I want to be forever young. Do you really want to live forever…and ever…

Me and my younger brother love this song, everyone else gags when it comes on though! Does this ageless stuff ever work? I’ve never tried it, so free is a great price point to check it out.

Anyways, if you are dropping by Rite Aid this week, here’s a cuckoo deal for you:

(1) Aveeno Ageless Vitality Recharging System at $35.99
(2) Aveeno Positively Ageless Sunblock at $10.99

– (1) $5/1 Select Aveeno Ageless Vitality Items, exp. 6-30 (ALL YOU May)
– (2) $5/1 Aveeno Positively Ageless Sunblock printable
OOP= $42.97 + tax (ACK!!!!)
Submit for $20 Aveeno MIR + Submit for $25 Rite Aid GC SCR #555
Final Price= Money Maker of $2.03!!

Thanks to Clipper Girl’s Savings Spot for putting this hot deal together, with info from Pirates of the Supermarket

Posted: May 31, 2010
Posted: May 25, 2010

Have you signed up for the Free Wellness Program yet??  I just did and I could immediately print a $5 off $25 purchase coupon!  (my favorite coupon:)  Sign up here and you’ll also get up to 20% off non-perscription purchases!  Yeah!

Other perks:
10% off Rite Aid Brands
Free Health Screenings
Earn 10% and 20% off Purchase Passes when you reach 500/1000 points
1 point per dollar spent for non prescription, 25 points per dollar on prescription!

This program does not replace the Single Check Rebate program. It’s makes Rite Aid even better!

Posted: May 17, 2010

Huggies are $8.99 at Rite Aid this week.

I transferred a prescription from Kmart to Rite Aid and got a $25 Rite Aid gift card (coupon from 05/09 paper)
I got a $10 Rite Aid gift card in the mail from a previous P&G/Rite Aid promo.
I got a coupon for free Huggies little swimmers (from Huggies, not Rite Aid)

I printed a $5/25 coupon from joining Rite Aid’s Wellness Program
I printed a $5/25 coupon on Rite Aid’s Video Values (you only have to watch 1 video to get this one!)
I printed a $5/20 coupon on Rite Aid’s Video ValuesI printed 6 $3/1 Huggies coupons

I used 2 $2/1 Huggies Pull-ups Training Pants, exp. 6-12-10 (SS 05/16/10)
I used 1 $1.50/1 Huggies Little Swimmers Disposable Swim Pants printableI used 4 $3/1 Huggies diapers coupons
I swiped my Wellness Plus card to get 10% extra off every transaction

I did 3 transactions to use my 3 $5 coupons, I used my $35 in free Rite Aid gift cards and I paid $7.55 OOP

PLUS: I qualify for SCR #800 (free pack of Huggies diapers when you buy 5 packs) and SCR#46 $1 rebate for Little Swimmers

Now I did also spend $10 to get my prescription filled, which I suppose you could add to the cost, although it was for my prescription…

Remember to enter your receipts online for your rebates (I love how I don’t have to pay for a stamp to mail them in).  And make sure to look at the bottom of you receipt, Wellness Rewards card members are having coupons printed on the bottom:

Posted: May 11, 2010

I just posted a free first aid kit for Nevada, California, Arizona and Utah residents here.

This is a different first aid kit and is available to everyone!

New Johnson & Johnson Rebate: (exp. 08/31)

Get a free first aid kit and $15.00 in coupons when you buy Any THREE products (in any combination) from these participating brands:
BAND-AID® Brand Adhesive Bandages, NEOSPORIN®, or PURELL® Instant Hand Sanitizer
(except trial sizes).

Here’s some coupons to use when you buy your 3 products:

  • $0.50/1 Band-Aid Adhesive Bandages, exp. 6-30-10 (SS 04/25/10)
  • $0.50/1 Band-Aid Product, exp. 5-31-10 (RP 03/14/10)
  • $3/1 Neosporin Lip Health printable
  • $1/1 Neosporin Product printable (IE) or printable (FF)
  • $0.50/1 Neosporin Product, exp. 5-31-10 (RP 03/14/10)  (doesn’t exclude trial sizes!)
  • $1/2 Purell Instant Hand Sanitizers, exp. 6-30-10 (SS 04/25/10)
Posted: May 11, 2010

Sunrise Hospitals are giving away free first aid kits to residents in Nevada, California, Arizona and Utah.  Quantities are limited, so hurry!

*Please note the picture above for display purposes only  – there was no picture on Sunrise’s site so I don’t know what the actual kit will look like.

Thanks, Only Real Freebies!

Posted: May 6, 2010

What are Walgreens, CVS, & Rite Aid Coupon Booklets?

Most drug stores offer monthly coupon booklets. These are mostly store coupons that can be “stacked with” manufacturer’s coupons for huge savings.  Check the coupons to make sure they say “store coupon” and not “manufacturer’s coupon” if you want to stack it with another manufacturer’s coupon you already have.

Where can I find these coupon booklets?

You can find these in-stores.  Check by the circular’s when you first walk in.  If they aren’t there, check by the pharmacy or ask a store clerk.  Keep the booklet and use it over and over during the month.

What are Reinventing Beauty coupons at CVS?

Reinventing Beauty is a magazine sold for around $.99 at CVS stores which has coupons in it, both CVS and manufacturer’s coupons.

Posted: May 5, 2010

There’s a new $5/25 purchase coupon for Rite Aid!

Check out the Rite Aid deals this week at Savvy Shopper Deals:

My favs: Free carefree pantiliners, cheap body wash, dish washing soap and vitamin water.

Posted: April 25, 2010

I just wanted to remind you not to throw out Rite Aid’s ad this week, it has another coupon for $25 gift card when you transfer a prescription to Rite Aid.  I transfer between Rite Aid and Kmart every month, since I seem to always have one of their $25 gift card coupons handy.

Posted: April 24, 2010

I added this to my gift box for .76! (orig. $2.99)  The Salt Lake Rite Aid has quite a bit of  Easter stuff on sale for 75% off.  I’ve been collecting little things like this since January and putting in a gift box.  It’s only April and it has come in SOOOO handy!

I know one complaint about using coupons is people think they end us buying things they don’t need.   But I don’t know how many times I’ve waited until the last minute to get a gift for someone and I ALWAYS end up roaming the aisles aimlessly, finally settling on something lame and overpriced.  The gift box is my solution.  Does anyone else do this?

Posted: April 19, 2010

Today in my mail I got the new Wellness + card from Rite Aid.  I didn’t apply, it was just sent because I use their Single Check Rebate system.  Anyways, you scan it at Rite Aid to earn points, and to save on members-only pricing.  Points can be accrued to get 10-20% off a purchase.  My letter that came with my card said that since I was such a highly-valued customer, all purchases from now on will get 10% off.  Hopefully all of us who shop their regularly get this discount!

Go here to activate your card once you get one in the mail, or to sign up to get a card.   Even if you have a username and password for SCR, you will have to create a new Wellness + account.

After you sign up, you will be able to print a $5/25 coupon, exp. 7/31/10, plus $50 in coupons will be emailed to you.

Posted: April 18, 2010

The war is always on between Rite Aid and Walgreen’s on lowest diaper prices:

RITE AID: (3) Huggies Jumbo Pack Diapers $8.99
(3)  $3/1 printable coupon AND $3/1 Huggies Diapers
– (2) $1/1 Video Values coupons from March (no longer available to print)
– (1) $5/25 Rite Aid coupon (zip 43666)
Final Price: $3.65 each if you have all the coupons

$4.31 if you already used $1/1 March video values

WALGREEN’s: Huggies Jumbo Pack Diapers $8.99
$3/1 printable coupon AND $3/1 Huggies Diapers
Final Price: $5.99

I love Rite Aid!

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