TEXT Rite Aid training here.
Coupon shopping at Rite Aid just got better –
UPDATE: I didn’t make it very clear in the video: Each advertised +UP Reward is limited to 1 per transaction; unless otherwise stated in the ad or else it’s a fluke. For example, if you purchase 2 bottles of Clariol in one transaction, you will only receive 1 $1 +UP Reward. So if you are interested in purchasing more than one of the same +UP Reward item, be sure that you purchase each item in a separate transaction!
Separate transactions CAN be applied to single check rebates for the same month.
If a price is “buy 2 get a +UP reward”, you have to buy two for the +UP to print!
Fluke? Sometimes multiple+UP rewards will print for a product that weren’t advertised. This happens with Huggies alot. If that happens, readers let us know and I update the deals to work some more great scenerios!
My video walks you through a complex deal to make it easy for newbies to get paid to shop at Rite Aid. You’ve never truly shopped at Rite Aid until you “stack”, “roll”, and “rebate” in multiple transactions. It’s easy. I’ll show you how.
My Rite Aid video training teaches you how to “stack”:
- in-ad store coupons
- manufacturer’s coupons
- video value coupons
- IMPORTANT NOTE: You can no longer use both an in-ad coupon with a VV coupon (You could do that back in the good old days!).
My video teaches you when to scan your $5/25 coupons and Wellness card (scanning them at the wrong time can ruin a transaction!). Then my Rite Aid training video teaches you how to “roll” your UP rewards into another purchase.
Last but not least, I show you how to login to Rite Aid’s video values and enter your rebates – no mailing rebates required!
How do I know you can stack video values coupons with in-ad coupons? Rite Aid’s own ad shown below states that you can use the in-ad coupon with the video values coupon!