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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RMN = Retail Me Not
  • 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 is running a great sale this week through 08/09 (sorry to just be getting to it).  Look below to see what they have as free after rebates and coupons.  You can submit all Single Check Rebates (SCR) online in just a few clicks and then as the name implies they will mail you one check for all of them. 

Renu Contact Lens Solution $9.99
-$9.99 SCR
-$1 Renu printable coupon
(FREE plus overage)

Olay Skin Cleanser $7.99
-$7.99 SCR
-$1/1 Olay Facial Cleanser or Moisturizer PG 8/3
(FREE plus overage)

Revlon Nail Enamel $2.99
-$2.99 SCR
-$2/1 or -$1/1 any Revlon Color product SS 7/20 or 8/03
(FREE plus overage)

Gillette Men’s Shampoo $4.39
-$3.49 SCR
-$1/1 Gillette Shampoo SS 7/13, 8/03
(FREE after coupons)

Gillette Fusion or Fusion Power Razor $9
-$5 SCR
-$4 Gillette Fusion PG 8/3
(FREE after coupons)

Clairol Nice’n Easy $7.49
-$3 SCR
-$1.50 in ad coupon (extra ads always in the store)
-$2/1 Clairol Hair products PG 8/3
(FREE after all coupons)

Soft White GE Light Bulbs 2pk $2
-$2 SCR (FREE)

Nature’s Care Acne Treatment $7.99
-$7.99 SCR (FREE)

Old Spice or Noxzema Triple Bladed Disposable Razors, 3-4 ct. $3.99
-$3.99 SCR (FREE)

Want a great to way to get any of these you want and not spend anything out of pocket?  Inside past weeks of Rite Aid ads have been lots of transfer a prescription and get a $30 gift card coupons.  Transferring a prescription is very easy just bring the container with a label on it in and they do all the work.  The co-pays are the same and you make a little money back.  If you like you can move your prescription every month to the next pharmacy that is offering an incentive.  (I tend to move mine monthly and so far have made more this year off my one prescription than I will spend buying it all year!)