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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Finish Coupon

Print a new Finish Coupon to get a great deal at Rite Aid this week. You can get 20 tablets for 7¢ each.

The deal is available through 9/20. You can see the full ad here.

Finish Coupon

-$1 off Finish Powerball, Gelpacs or Quantum, 20 ct.+, booster, dishwasher cleaner or Jet-Dry rinse aid printable

Rite Aid Deal

(2) Finish Dishwasher Detergent, 20 ct., $3.50
(2) -$1 off Finish Powerball, Gelpacs or Quantum, 20 ct.+, booster, dishwasher cleaner or Jet-Dry rinse aid printable
Total Due: $5
Get Back: $2 +UP
–like getting it all for $3 or $1.50 ea

The sale ends 9/20.

    • Pcake

      This is a question about dishwasher detergents, so somewhat off the mark here, but can’t seem to find an answer, so I’ll post it. Are individually wrapped dishwasher soaps substantially more expensive than a box of bulk powder? I know with many items, one pays a high price for the service of having someone else do the measuring! Anyone still using bulk powders as a cost saving measure?

      • Jennifer

        So, I am new to couponing (only been at it for 4-5 weeks), so I haven’t personally done any dishwashing detergent deals yet. Usually, I just buy off brand or store brand liquid detergents. I haven’t EXACTLY done the math as far as your question is concerned, but I did want to state that the cheaper powder dishwasher soaps can be EXTREMELY bad for your dishes. This may not be the case for ALL, but I know they can leave residue and stains on your dishes, and, in some cases, destroy your dishes much quicker. As I’ve done the couponing thing over the past few weeks, one of the things I’ve noticed is that yes, I do get some (most) items for MUCH cheaper than before, but, in some cases, I get the better products for at least the price of the cheap or store brand products. So, for example, I may not get the soda for COMPLETELY free, but I am getting Pepsi or Coke products for the price I would usually get store brand drinks for (just an example). Maybe this is the case here, I’m not 100% positive, but I thought I’d just say that.

      • Never_Speechless

        I usually buy the dollar store detergent which is called Sun. It works wonderful and I’ve had no trouble with it. When there is a sale on this finish kind I do buy it though. The sun brand leaves my dishwasher looking dirty some times but the Finish brand cleans the dishwasher too.

    • Amy

      I don’t see this in my ad. What page is it on?

      • Brooke

        Pg 11

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    • Jennifer H

      So I went & got this deal today. I just wanted to say that the item also has a 50 cents off coupon on it as well (in my store) & for whatever reason, my store let me use those coupons along with my $1 off so I got 2 for $4 PLUS the $2 in +UP rewards.

    • mkaeser

      I live in California and the Rite Aid ad does not seem to have this item on sale :(

    • klynn

      Rite Aid would not take my $1.00 off for the jet dry. They said it was because it was on sale. Is this a new thing? I did buy other products that were on sale and with coupon.