Posted: March 2, 2013

This is how the transactions can give you the most benefit:

Look at how many +Ups you earned the previous week.  Pick the transaction scenario that is the closest to that amount (just a little over).  Use that transaction for the smallest amount of Out Of Pocket Costs and greatest amount of product.

For example:  If I had $12 +Ups to use I would pick the $15 transaction and have around $3 OOP expenses after +Ups.

If you don’t have any +Ups to use then pick the scenario that fits you best depending on how much you want to spend up front or Out of Pocket.

For example:  If this is my first time shopping at Rite Aid I would pick the $5 transaction and have about $5 expenses to pay for my first trip.  The next time I got to Rite Aid I would have +Ups to spend!

Learn the Coupon Lingo if any verbage below confuses you!

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  • jenn

    I was wondering if the gillette ($5 up +) is also eligible for the p&g spend 30 get 10? or just the spend 20 get 5up+? sorry..

    • HelperJen

      In the ad it is not listed that way, but it is a P&G product. The way to tell is after the transaction see if it is tracking at the bottom of the receipt after your purchase.

      • jenn

        thank you..

  • janene2003

    FYI I do not see Gillette tracking on the bottom of my receipt for any P&G deal. I bought 2 Gillette Custom 3 & a Gillette Sensor 3

    • HelperJen

      Thank you!

  • no tide boost in ad

    • HelperJen

      Yes it is on page 13 of the ad. It has a special $10 P&G +Up symbol next to it. It is also listed it the text as the 18 ct for $5.99.

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