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New Rite Aid $3/$15 or $4/$20

on 10.26.2009 at 5:40pm

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There is a new Rite Aid coupon out on Coupons.com depending on what zipcode you enter you will get a different amount off.

$3 off $15 — or — $4 off $20

Various Zipcodes are working for this coupon.  It would go great with the rebate deals this week.

    • This $5/$15 is SO perfect to combine with some of the amazing weekly deals. Do it with the ROC, the lightbulbs, and a few other items and you’ll be at the $15 mark!

    • ET

      90210 worked for me for 5/15. 30003 gave me 5/20.

      • Zip 30003 gave me 4 off 20

      • ET

        Oops! Sorry for the typos. That should say 3/15 and 4/20.

    • Rebecca

      53051 (Menomonee Falls, WI) gave me a $5/25! That’s my parents zip and I thought I’d plug it in for S&G. :D

    • Rebecca

      Do you know if the date will adjust depending on what day you print it? Right now its saying its only valid until 11/3. If I print it in a couple of days, will it be 11/5? :D

    • big john

      first of all i am sorry i found 5 of 25 but lost zip code was 454 something

    • Alissabeth

      36093 was 5/25. Earlier I got a 3/15 from 90210.

    • Tamara

      I don’t have a Rite Aid near me. Does someone know if I could use this coupon at Publix?

      • Ashley

        My neighbor was just telling me that the Publix on St. James Ave Goose Creek SC takes Rite Aid coupons. However, there is a Rite Aid within a block of that store. The worse they can tell you is no I say go for it.

      • Bobbie

        I think it just depends on which Publix you go to and their rules. The one I went to today would not take a Wags rr but another one had been accepting one coupon per transaction.

      • Michelle

        I use the Rite Aid Coupons at Publix as well as the CVS coupons..

    • tmoore

      35209 was 5/25

    • jack and Lela

      My wife went to one of your seminars here in Cleveland TN a couple of weeks ago. She really enjoyed it. It appears that either many of the fellow coupon folks did not go or the ones who did chose not to listen to the part about the etiquette of not buying up everything and leaving some for others. They are clearing out the shelves of CVS, Walgreens, and Rite Aid. The managers are taking notice that there are folks out there with more than one CVS card and they are getting around the system making us all look bad. Every deal we have trid to do this week the store was already out. Remember it is OK to pay for some of your groceries. You cannot get everything for free. Also Remember there are other shoppers that want to get some of the products the RIGHT and fair way.

      • Hsv mom

        I wanted to say that not everyone who uses a second card is abusing the system at CVS. My husband and I do the shopping for us and for my home bound mother who is on a fixed income and finds the RR at CVS and many of the other deals there very useful. I can honestly say that we do not go in and clean out any shelves, one of the reasons CVS that CVS puts a limit on how many you can purchase and even if there wasn’t a limit, I would keep others in mind since I too have run into this problem. At times, like with the Dove deodorant that is on sale right now, we do the deal once and split it so that there is some for others. I agree that there are people who do cheat the system and unfortunatly those type people will always be around, but please don’t always be so quick to judge.

      • Shauna

        One other issue is the drug store’s themselves. I did my walgreens deals last night and did the buy 8 dove get 10 rr. For this deal, I had to get 8 and since that is all that walgreens stocked I cleaned them out.

        I have found a few tips to help with this problem though. For wags I either shop Monday as early as I can or go in the day after their restocking truck has come. Ask the manager what day yours comes.
        For CVS, I go Saturday evenings. The current deals have been restocked by this time and the next weeks deals have not yet been depleted. Also, doing 2 weeks of deals at once means I don’t have to go as often and this also makes using $/$$ coupons much easier too. Also, one nice thing about Cvs is that everything is tied to your card so if there is a deal where I need to buy 8 of an item, then I can buy 5 at one store and 3 at another if the stores are in short supply. Still sometimes there are items missing so for cvs I will do a rain check if it is something I really need.

        For riteaid I go Mondays and since most of their deals are src limit 1 this is early enough for many items to still be available. I will also go to multiple stores if there is something free that is out of stock.

        In gr

        • Ln


          Your first point was right on, at least for my drug stores. My CVS and WAGS both have told me that they order more of ECB and RR items anticipating all of the people coming in but that their request is never filled. They seem to be as frustrated as the shoppers at their stores. One other thing that seems to be helpful to me, is that if I miss a deal, then I miss it. I was missing them before I started couponing, so it’s okay if I miss them now. The only time I will go to CVS before church to get a deal before it’s gone, is on a really great diaper deal or for the fusion razors that my husband loves. That’s it. It does stink to miss a deal, but that’s what rainchecks are for. I hope it gets better for the couple who is upset and I wish I could stop the fraudulent couponers as much as you do.

      • rm

        I agree and see what your saying however the one nice thing about cvs is that you can get a rain check including the ECBS . I also feel that these stores all of them need to be better prepared for their sales. I noticed that weekly even at the grocery stores that on the first day of the sale that the items are gone. I do feel however that just because it’s free do you really need 20 bottles of shampoo in your stock pile. One great and very useful piece of information that I came away with is only get what you’ll need for the next 6 weeks because YES IT WILL GO ON SALE AGAIN! Remember the 6-8 week cycle of the sales. If you keep this in mind then you’ll be able to keep things in perspective and actually do what you have started out to do with coupons and thats save money.

    • TAMI

      I am having diffuclties printing coupon for diabetic derm cream. is everybody is having same problem?



    • I just got a great deal on store brand clairitin, loratadine. They are B1G1 this week on all loratadine. I bought a 120 count box for 29.99 and got another 120 count box free. I also used a 5 off 20 Q and got 240 tablets for $26! Clairitin brand usually goes for a buck a pill.

    • Jen

      FREE SHAMPOO AND CONDITIONER: Renpure Organic Shampoo/Conditioner is B1G1 free this week. If you watch the Rite Aid videos online, you can get a $2 off coupon and I was able to print two and use both. Then, at the store on the bottle of shampoo, they have tags on them for either a “Try Me Free” rebate or a $3 rebate from the manufacturer. So after the rebate you can get both bottles for free plus an overage if you get the “Try Me Free” rebate.

    • If you are shopping yet today (10/31) keep a watch out for a free deal. I wanted to get the St. Ives facial scrub that comes with the SCR, but they were out. Then I happened upon some 2 oz tubes of Vitamin E Hydrating, and Vitamin E Advanced Body Moisturizer for 99 cents each! My $1 off St. Ives body care coupon worked fine for these. I grabbed up the 5 tubes left on the shelves. I suspect CVS or Walgreens may have the same 99 cent deal. The coupon expires today, so hurry.