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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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Rite Aid

It is time to say goodbye to October and look forward to November and the fun holiday it brings! This means it is almost time for a new set of Rite Aid’s Video Value Coupons.

But before we get ahead of ourselves, don’t forget to watch any October videos to get access to coupons you might want later.

You won’t need to print them yet – as long as you go ahead and watch the videos, the coupons will be available to you over the next month.

These coupons will make for some great deals next week at Rite Aid.

    • Hey Jenny can you give us hint on which ones will make good deals next week, so we don’t have to wacth all of them :)

      • Anonymous

        Jenny posted the new RiteAid ad yesterday & she always has the video value Qs included in the matchups.

    • rose

      Are these manufacture coupons or store coupons?

    • Lholladay

      They have the store logo but also state manufacturer, can these be used at any stores?

      • Sis2

        They are store coupons to be used only at Rite Aid.  A manufacturer coupon would have a barcode that starts with 5 or 9 and an address where the retailer should submit it for redemption. 

    • siausgirl

      I read the Rite Aid coupon policy and it seems as if they are saying you can use up to three coupons per item  (starting with 5, starting with 48 and starting with 49)  Am I reading this with incorrectly?  I drugstore shop at CVS mostly, but am branching out to Rite Aid and Walgreens, but wanted to look at policies first.

    • Manna81

      I’m a cashier at rite aid so yes, you can use up to 3 Q’s with an item as long as it is nto a BOGO sale or you are using BOG q.  Use can use a 5 (mgf) a 49 (video value mostly) and a 48 which is normally in the weekly ad. I have worked there f or almost a year and i have seen it done but it is a rare. happy shopping :)

      • siausgirl

        Thanks, Manna81.  I appreciate the info and look forward to my first trip thru Rite Aid.  I really appreciate you answering!

    • A Patterson

      Can anyone tell me is there a spread sheet software, to calculate just how much you will spend on a visit to the store.  I see the ladies on extreme couponing using them.


      • Anonymous

        I used the coupon project spreadsheet last year for Excel (do google search and then search on their site for 2011 coupon spreadsheet).  I will not be able to post link since another site.   It takes some time but I really enjoyed tracking my savings (but I am an accountant and love numbers).