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Rite Aid deals 10/6: Robitussin, Palmolive, Stayfree, Pampers & more!

Posted September 29, 2013
Updated October 6, 2013


Rite Aid deals this week include Robitussin, Palmolive, Stayfree, Pampers, Pantry Spices, Pantry canned fruit, candy & more!  There is also a new prescription transfer coupon this week.

The Rite Aid coupon policy can be found on their website.

These deals are valid 106 – 10/12/13.

Prescription transfer coupon: Get a $25 +UP added to your card when you transfer a prescription to Rite Aid with coupon in ad. Coupon expires 10/19/13.


Pantry canned fruit and veggies, various, .88

Pantry Spices, .88

$4 +UP when you buy $12 worth of Special K, Smart Start or Fiber Plus cereal or Special K or Fiber Plus cereal bars for 2 for $2.50 or Folgers coffee, 27.6 – 33.9 oz for $7
Coupons: .25 Folgers coupon from 9/29 RP, $1/3 cereal coupon from 10/6 RP, $1/3 Special K cereal coupon from 9/15 RP, $1/2 Special K cereals coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link above,
SavingStar: $2 SavingStar credit for milk when you buy 4 Kellogg’s cereals


King size candy bars, theater candy or snack or fun size candy 6 packs, 3 for $4 - $1 +UP
Coupon: .75/2 Hershey’s 6 pack from 8/11 SS
Total after coupon and $1 +UP = .41 each
Total after +UP = .66 each

Halloween candy singles, 2 for $1

50% off Halloween socks

50% costumes, select

50% off Halloween décor, select


$5 +UP when you buy $15 worth of participating cold, flu and stomach meds in the ad
$3 Robitussin coupon from 9/9 RP
$1/2 Halls coupon from 10/6 SS
$1 Robitussin, Dimetapp, Advil congestion coupon from 8/25 RP
$1 Corocidan coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link above
$3/2 and $1 Motrin IB coupons from 10/6 SS
$3/2 and $1 Sudafed PE coupons from 10/6 SS
This should be a very good deal on Robitussin with $3 coupons and $6 Pfizer rebate from the 8/25 RP. Should be FREE after rebate, +UP and 3 coupons!

Palmolive, Renuzit Adjustables, various Simplify items including paper towels 1 count, Bath tissue 4 count, facial tissue and napkins 120 count
Sale: .88
+UP: $1 +UP when you buy 5
Coupon: .50 Palmolive coupon from 9/22 SS
Total if you have 5 Palmolive coupons after +UP = .18 each!
Total if you just have 1 Palmolive coupon and buy 1 = .38

Stayfree, o.b. or Carefree products, 10 – 30 count
Sale: Buy 1 and Get 1 for 50% off
+UP: $3 +UP when you buy $8 worth
Coupons: $1.00/1 coupon for Stayfree or o.b. from 10/6 SS
Online price for Stayfree is $3.99 so total for 3 after sale, 3 coupons and +UP = $1.32 each

Purex laundry detergent, liquid 43.5 – 50 oz or Ultrapacks 18 count
Sale: Buy 1 Get 2 Free, limit 2 offers
Coupon: $1.50/2 and .50/1 coupons from Smart Shopper coupons link in box above, .50/1 coupon from 10/6 RP
There is also a $5 e-credit when you buy $20 worth of participating products, including the Purex.
(Remember, Rite Aid does not allow you to use a coupon on the free products in a BOGO or Buy 1 Get 2 Free deal)

$5 +UP when you buy $15 worth of participating Schick, Nivea, Playtex, Wet One products in the ad
Coupons: Various coupons from the 10/6 coupons including $2 Playtex, $3 Schick razor coupons from 10/6 SS, $1 shave gel coupon for Hydro, Edge or Skintimate from 10/6 SS, $2 Nivea coupons from 9/15 RP, $1/2 Wet Ones coupon from 10/6 SS

Pampers jumbo pack diapers or Easy Ups
Sale: $9.49
+UP: $2 reward, limit 2
Coupons: $2 eSaver digital coupon from in the load to card section, $1.50/1 coupons from Smart Shopper coupons link above
Total after +UP and e-coupon = $5.49

Rite Aid pain relievers, various, BOGO

Rite Aid vitamins and supplements, BOGO

Rite Aid stomach relief, various, BOGO


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  • dpdunn Oct 2, 2013

    Oh - I also got 2 bags of Lindt for free. Gotta have that chocolate!

  • dpdunn Oct 2, 2013

    I purchased 3 Tresemme shampoos and 2 Tresemme conditioners for $3.50 each, used 5 coupons for $2.50 off and got a $5 +Up credit. Total cost was the tax I paid. Super deal for products my daughter loves.

  • Frugal20 Oct 2, 2013

    Seriously, Rite Aid?? I was LIVID. No one, and definitely not a Rite Aid cashier, speaks to me that way. I did nothing wrong and there was NO ONE in line behind me. The registers at this store have a full view of every aisle. There was NO ONE else in the store and a line was most definitely not forming behind me.

    When he said this, I put my hand up and said “Stop. I’m never shopping here again.” He continued his rant and I said “No. Stop. No one talks to me like this. We are done.” And I walked out.

  • Frugal20 Oct 2, 2013

    Went to Rite-Aid last night (Durham, NC…at Woodcroft/Fayetteville). Wasn’t sure if I’d reached my limit for the Colgate UP-promo so I did 1 transaction with only Colgate. I asked the cashier if the computer showed if I’d reached my limit or not. He said no but it would show on the receipt (which I knew). I hadn’t reached the limit yet so I did another transaction, 1 Colgate item. 3rd transaction was Unilever products.

    As I was putting my change and receipt away and preparing to leave, the cashier PREACHED at me for doing multiple transactions. He said, “As the floor manager, I can’t allow you to ever do multiple transactions again. It takes time away from other customers and causes a line.” He was rather loud, as if he wanted others to hear him ridicule me.

  • luvstoQ Sep 29, 2013

    Thanks! Didn't know about the $1 printable, but for some reason my computer will not print those even when my computer savvy hubby has tried to install it. ;-(

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Sep 29, 2013

    luvstoQ - some of the printable coupons on and are $1.00/1 coupons. I will clarify that above. You are correct that you cannot use 3 of the $1/3 coupons from the paper if you are only buying 3 boxes. In the scenario above, I was assuming you would use 3 of the $1/1 printable coupons. Sorry about any confusion. :-)

  • luvstoQ Sep 29, 2013

    Faye,am I missing something? When you need to buy 3 GM cereals to get the free gal. milk, how can you use '3' $1/3 coupons for only 3 boxes of cereal to bring the total down to $6.00?

    Hope your scenario is correct, but I just can't see it!! ;-)