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Rite Aid deals 2/3: Free Stayfree, Free Clear shampoo & more!

Posted February 3, 2013


Rite Aid has a number of very good deals this week including free Stayfree, free Clear shampoo and conditioner, possibly free Keri lotion, Halls drops for 50 cents, 7UP for 66 cents, Finish detergent for only $1.35 and more!

These deals are valid  2/3– 2/9.

New promotion: Earn a $20 +UP reward when you buy $100 of participating products with your wellness+ card and Earn $10 +UP Reward for every additional $50 you spend up to $250 for a total of $50 in +UP rewards. Look for the blue dollar sign on participating products in the ad.

Russell Stover Valentine and Easter candy single serve, 2 for $1

Stayfree maxi pads, Carefree pantiliners
Sale: $3.00
+UP: $2 +UP, limit 2
Coupons: BOGO Stayfree coupon from 1/6 SS (exp 2/6), .50/1 Carefree coupon from 1/6 SS (exp 2/6)
Total for 2 Stayfree after BOGO coupon and $4 in +Ups = 2 for FREE (Pay $3 at the register and get back $4 in +UPS making it a money maker after rewards!)

Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy shampoo or conditioner
Sale: $4.99
+UP: $2 +UP , limit 3 offers
Coupon: Coupon for Buy the shampoo and get the conditioner free from 1/27 RP
Video Value: $1 Video Value coupon found on
Total after BOGO coupon and Video Values coupon and +UP = FREE!

Keri lotion, 15 oz.
Sale: $5.99
Store Coupon: $5 coupon in the ad (this is a Rite Aid coupon that indicates manufacturer’s coupon)
Coupon: $2 coupon from 2/3 SS (if your store will allow you to use this coupon with the store coupon)
Total with both coupons = Free (moneymaker)
Total with only store coupon = .99

Listerine 250 ml. Pocketpaks 72 count, Reach total care toothbrush or floss, Dentotape
Sale: $2.99
+UP: $2.00, limit 2
Coupons: $1/2 Reach toothbrush or floss coupon from 1/6 SS (exp. 2/6)
Total after coupon and +UP = .49 each

Hall’s cough drops or Halls Defense
Sale: 2 for $3
+UP: $1 +UP when you buy 2
Coupon: $1/2 coupon from 2/3 and 1/6 SS
Total after coupon and +UP = .50 each

7UP, Diet 7UP, 3 for $3.99 - $2 +UP when you buy 3 = 3 for $1.99 (.66 each)

Aim, Pepsodent, Close-Up toothpaste, 6 oz
Sale: 3 for $3
+UP: $1 +UP when you buy 3
Total = .67 each

Palmolive dishwashing liquid, 10 oz, $1 - .25 coupon for Ultra variety from 1/20 SS = .75

Scunci hair accessories, $3 +UP when you buy 2, limit 2

Kleenex, $1.00 - .50/3 coupon from 1/13 SS = .83 each

Art Skills, Expo, Papermate and Sharpie products, various, $2.99 - $2 +UP = .99 after reward, limit 4 offers

Yardley bodywash or bar soap, 3 for $5 - $2 +UP when you buy 3 = 3 for $3 ($1 each after reward)

Finish dishwasher detergent, powerball tabs 10 – 20 count, 2 for $7 - $2.15 coupon from 1/6 SS = $1.35 each when you use 2 coupons (great deal!)

Arm & Hammer laundry detergent 45 – 50 oz., $3.99 - $2 +UP (limit 2) = $1.99 (this is my buy price for laundry detergent)

Act mouthrinse
Sale: $3.99
+UP: $1 +UP, limit 2
Coupon: $1 coupon from 1/6 RP
Total after +UP and coupon = $2.99

Coricidin, Afrin Nasal Spray
Sale: $6.99
+UP: $2.00 +UP, limit 2
Coupons: $2 Coricidin coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link above, $2 Afrin coupon from 1/6 SS
Total after +UP and $2 coupon = $2.99

Suave +UP deal: $3 +UP when you buy $10 worth of products in the ad including hair care, skin care, body wash, deodorant
Sale: Buy 1 Get 1 50% off
Coupons: Various coupons from the 1/27 RP and

Osteo Bi-Flex, assorted
Sale: BOGO
+UP: $5 +UP when you buy 2, limit 2
Coupons: $4 coupon from 1/13 RP, $3 and $5 coupons from 1/6 RP

Save $5 when you buy $25 of iTunes and App Store gift cards with in-ad coupon



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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Feb 4, 2013

    bfm - yes, you can price match at Walmart as long as it is exact brand and exact size. The price must be listed on the competitor's sales ad and they do not price match prices after drug store rewards. You can see their policy here:

    I price matched produce deals from Aldi and Harris Teeter today at Walmart because there were no brand names on the produce in the ads and they were the correct sizes (like 8 oz baby carrots, 2 avocados, grape tomatoes, etc).

  • sandtran36 Feb 4, 2013

    FYI: There is an UP reward available that includes the Garnier Fructis shampoo/conditioner & Nutrisse hair color. It is shown under the hair color boxes in the weekly ad. At the bottom it states that it includes Fructis products, and it does because I combined the hair color and shampoos and used coupons this morning and got the reward. It is for $5 UP when you buy $15. Also, the store had plenty of the Keri lotion and Stayfree this morning. Scored some great deals!

  • carelesswhisper Feb 4, 2013

    I was able to get the Keri lotion today and used the 5.00 coupon and 2.00 one. The Rite Aid that I went to had plenty of them left.

  • bfm0903 Feb 4, 2013

    Can u price match at walmart?

  • DianeNC Feb 3, 2013

    It just amazes me that stores don't even bother to stock up on items they know are going to go on sale. In many cases (not just with Rite Aid) not all stores are even shipped the advertised sale item, or don't carry it.

  • labs Feb 3, 2013

    There was a time when the stores made it impossible to use more than one promotion at a time. Some drug stores would not have a mq and a sale at the same time. Things are much better now with sites like SmartShopper.

  • phyllis3066 Feb 3, 2013

    found keri in Wilson Rite Aid, but there was only one left on the shelf, Im sure its already gone, and I was able to use the coupon from the circular and the $2.00 mfg coupon

  • watchhillgirl Feb 3, 2013

    normally they are really just riteaid coupons. But the upside is you can also stack a manufacturer coupon with it. The kerri lotion (if you can actually find any- I don't think any stores are stocked) you can use the coupon in the riteaid flyer and use a $2.00 Manufacturer coupon and it will be a money maker.

  • DianeNC Feb 3, 2013

    This whole Rite Aid/manufacturer coupon thing that Rite Aid pulls all the time makes me wonder - on one hand they've got "Manufacturer Coupon" printed right on the front of their coupon, but in the fine print state the coupon can only be used at Rite Aid (and can't be scanned at other stores...I've tried.) :(

    Are these, technically, store/Rite Aid coupons or manufacturer coupons? (My guess is that regardless of them putting the words "Manufacturer Coupon" on them, since other stores are unable to scan them, they're really not.) :(

    Why are they allowed to do this? It just causes major problems not only when you try to use them at other stores, but also when trying to "stack" them with a manufacturer coupon at one of their own stores.