Rite Aid Scenarios 4/10 = 96% in Savings!

Here are a couple of transaction ideas to help you take advantage of the deals available at Rite Aid this week:

First Transaction

Buy two Gillette or Old Spice Body Wash, $2.99
Buy two Easter Single Serve Candy, $1
Use $1/2 Mars Easter Products (looks like no longer available) or Use $1/2 Mars Easter Products 4/10/2011 RP Insert (exp 4/24/2011)
Use B1G1 Gillette Body wash 4/3/2011 P&G Insert (exp 4/30/2011)
Pay $2.99 plus tax out of pocket and get back $4 in +UP Rewards

Second Transaction

Buy four John Frieda Root Awakening products $20
Use four $2/1 John Frieda Root Awakening Hair Care Product (will need access to two computers)
Use $4 in +UP rewards from transaction before
Pay $8 plus tax out of pocket and get back $10 in +UP Rewards to use in the future

With these scenarios at Rite Aid, you get $23.99 in goods for a net cost of just 99 cents!  You spent $10.99 out of pocket but still have $10 in +UP rewards to use in the future.

As you probably have gathered, the way I create my scenarios is by minimizing my out of pocket expense on the first transaction as much as I can.  On the first transaction, I usually buy any moneymaker deals or free items that have a low out of pocket expense.  Then I use any of the rewards I get on that first transaction to buy any big ticket items I may be interested in buying on my second transaction and spend less out of pocket.

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  • Jen Jen

    I did a deal on Biore last week and got a $10 +up that said “from purchase of Skin & Hair”. Are these the same deal and if so is there a limit on the $10 +up? Or can I do the John Frieda this week and get another $10 +up. I realize that I probably wouldn’t be able to use my current $10 +up to *pay* for the Frieda.

    Thanks for your help!

    • Stephanie

      They are part of the same deal but there is no limit. You can also use your Biore +UPs to pay for the Frieda. Rite Aid is not like Walgreens were your +UPs can’t be rolled.