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Rite Aid: $5 off $25 coupon!

on 2.17.2010 at 11:41pm
48 Comments

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There is a new $5 off $25 Rite Aid printable coupon!  These help make the deals at Rite Aid even more wonderful!!

Update – Rite Aid sent out a difficult link, so to make this work

  1. Right click on the coupon link
  2. Select “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”
  3. Save it as a .pdf file
  4. Open it up and it will be perfect!

Check out all the deals at Rite Aid this week.

(thanks SpectacularSavings!)

    • jilly05

      its not coming up for me…anyone else having problems?

      • Jenni

        Not coming up for me either.

        • Amber

          Try copy/pasting the url to a new window. It worked for me.

      • Sue

        Open up your Adobe, then click on “tools” at the top and then “check for updates”. The first time I opened this last night, I had no problem. But this morning it would not open until I updated my adobe.

    • ywardlaw

      I opened it using Safari. I wish these companies would set the coupons up so that they don't waste so much ink. This one prints solid color – even grayscale…

      • Suemh

        You can use your “snapshot” tool to print just the coupon.

        • Christine

          How do you do that? That would be so helpful!

          • Suemh

            1) Open up the pdf file so that the coupon is on your screen. 2) At the top of the page click on “tools”. 3) Then click on “Select & Zoom”. 4) Click on “Snapshot tool”. 4) Move your cursor to the top left hand corner of the coupon, and while holding down your left mouse buton, drag across and down to highlight the area that you want to print. You should be able to see it “draw ” a box around the coupon. When you lift your finger off the mouse button, the area will be highlighted and a box should pop up telling you that it has been copied. Click OK. Click on “print” while it is highlighted and it will only print the highkighted portion. I have Windows Vista with Adobe Acrobat 9. I do not know if it is the same for other operating systems. HTH

            • kellyrphillips

              THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!
              Also, you will want to click “shrink to printable area” on the print page or it will print the coupon huge! :)

            • Suemh

              That's funny. I did not have to do that. Maybe my printer is already set that way.

        • jengc

          Smart idea! What you do is have the page up that shows the coupon. Press the Print Screen button (or Prnt Scrn), open up paint, and paste. It will show the image on your computer. Then you select the coupon part and just print that. (I Hope that makes sense)

    • lazonya

      Wonderful. I had a scenario for which I really needed a $5 off $25!

    • Stephanie

      can this be used at Publix also as a competitor's coupon?

      • moneysaved4disney

        depends on your store…my store takes them!

      • Elizabeth

        Depends on the store. No store in Florida is “supposed” to take them.

    • Suemh

      You can use your “snapshot” tool to print just the coupon.

    • jbs52078

      GREAT, worked like a charm….

    • Got it thanks

    • gabrielmorris

      My Florence Harris Teeter took this coupon this morning. FYI for anyone around here. Spent $19.60, Saved $86.94! Yesterday spent 21.43, saved 64.08! Yea! Jenny, you are the best!

    • tramesra

      Does any one know where I can get coupons for enterprise rentals car rentals

    • coley

      Can I use more than one for separate purchases?

      • jengc

        According to their coupon rules, you can use more than one as long as you purchase the right amount. i.e. You must purchase more than $50 to use 2 coupons. I went to Rite aid with my rules printed out and the guy said he couldn't take two. I said “yes you can” and showed him the rules. He said “oh ok” and it took it no problem!

        • Mollie

          may i ask where you printed their coupon rules from? i would like to do the same thing you did (i.e. spend $50) and wanted to be prepared!

          • Anonymous

            The last $5/$25 I found was on coupons.com

          • jengc

            There also is a link at the top of the page that will give you a coupon too.

    • coley

      can I use this more than once for separate purchases?

    • Suemh

      1) Open up the pdf file so that the coupon is on your screen. 2) At the top of the page click on “tools”. 3) Then click on “Select & Zoom”. 4) Click on “Snapshot tool”. 4) Move your cursor to the top left hand corner of the coupon, and while holding down your left mouse buton, drag across and down to highlight the area that you want to print. You should be able to see it “draw ” a box around the coupon. When you lift your finger off the mouse button, the area will be highlighted and a box should pop up telling you that it has been copied. Click OK. Click on “print” while it is highlighted and it will only print the highkighted portion. I have Windows Vista with Adobe Acrobat 9. I do not know if it is the same for other operating systems. HTH

    • kelly

      i don't even have a “select and zoom” option. any help?

      • Suemh

        When you open the file where you can see the coupon with the blue background, do you have “tools” at the top?

      • keyrahollmer

        Hope this helps, I couldnt find the select and zoom either. However, once I saved the coupon on my computer, and then brought up the saved document I found a new tools icon and was able to find the select and zoom and finish the process:):)

    • This will work nicely with my big Publix shopping trip tomorrow! And thanks to suemh for the tip on printing the coupon with the snapshot tool!

    • Judi

      Thanks! Worked like a charm and I'm fairly computer illiterate!

    • Monette

      It worked for me. I just updated my Adobe Reader. Opened the link, then Clicked File on top then Clicked “Save Page As” and then I saved it to my documents as RiteAid.pdf.

    • Brooke82

      Thanks! Now I have 4 of the $5/$25 coupons!!

    • meghanld

      Oh…if only I had calculated correctly. :( I missed the $15 P&G rebate by $8.05. Does anyone have a receipt dated before 2/13 that could help me? Thanks.

    • Janet

      Thanks for the instructions….I got it the first time!

    • mary

      Jenny,
      You are a gem. thank you!

    • lb1233ncn

      I still can't print the rite aid $5/$25 coupon.

      • Suemh

        I will try to email it to you if you would like to give me your address.

        • lb1233ncn

          please email me a link where I can get $5/$25 rite aid coupon

          • Suemh

            I will need your email addres and I will send the coupon to your email.

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    • ccatsoon

      I can't find the coupon for this week. I only found one for Feb 2010. I'm new to this and would love to get the $5 off $25 coupon. Can someone help me?
      Thanks!
      ccatsoon@yahoo.com

      • Suemh

        Go to the Rite Aid Weekly Ad for 3/14-3/20. That is the correct link.

    • ccatsoon

      I can't find the coupon for this week. I only found one for Feb 2010. I'm new to this and would love to get the $5 off $25 coupon. Can someone help me?
      Thanks!
      ccatsoon@yahoo.com

    • Suemh

      Go to the Rite Aid Weekly Ad for 3/14-3/20. That is the correct link.