Rite Aid Coupon Policy Updates

by Jennifer on May 28, 2011 · 1 comment

If you shop at Rite Aid, you’ll want to be aware that they updated their coupon policy this week.

Here are some of the changes I see:

  • You can no longer use a B1G1 coupon on a product that is on sale B1G1.  You can use $ off coupons, but they must be less than the total of the product you are buying.
  • If something is on sale B1G1 you can only use 1 coupon per pair of items purchased.
  • There is a limit of 4 like items per transaction and you must leave sufficient stock in the store for other customers.  This is up to the manager’s discretion.
  • You can use manufacturers coupons (starts with a 5), Rite Aid manufacturers coupons (starts with 49) and Rite Aid Valuable coupons (starts with 48) all on the same product as long as the coupons are not worth more than the product.
  • Coupons printed off the internet (that are not Rite Aid coupons) are only accepted up to $5.

Read the entire Rite Aid Coupon Policy here. Find this week’s Rite Aid deals here.

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1 beth May 31, 2011 at 9:12 AM

I’m REALLY glad about requiring that you leave sufficient stock for other customers–I’m really tired of people wiping out stock for way more deodorant than they can use. Take what you can reasonably use and leave the rest for other people who need it. I’m tired of the gluttonous consumption.

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