Rite Aid $5 Challenge

The challenge is to spend no more than $5 out of pocket, per transaction, at Rite Aid using manufacture coupons, Adperk coupons, Single Check Rebate (SCR) and +Up Rewards. Make sure that you have a Rite Aid loyalty card to save even more money!

Also, hopefully, you have bought a couple of the Sunday newspaper to get you going. See my previous post for a full preview of the Rite Aid deals.

Rite Aid Preview 12/9 – 12/15

Senario #1

Buy 2 Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes, Raisin Bran, Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, Froot Loops, Corn Flakes, Rice Krispie, Pop Tarts or Rice Krispie Treats $5
Use -$1.50 Kellogg’s Cereal (from Kellogg’s Family Rewards)
Or Use -$1.50 Kellogg’ Pop Tart (from Kellogg’s Family Rewards)
or Use -$1/2 Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes cereals(Facebook) printable

Total after coupons used = $2

+Ups Earned = $2 +Up

Senario #2

Buy 2 Visine Eye Drops ($5.29 ea) $10.58
Use -$2 +Up (from scenario #1)
Use (2) -$2 Visine In-Ad Coupons
Use (2) $2 off Visine-A product, (sign up) printable

Total after coupons used = $.58

+Up Earned = (2) $2 +Up

Scenario #3

Buy 2 Ricola Cough Drops 19ct – 24ct $3
Buy 1 Russell Stover Big Bar $3.99

Total = $6.99

Use (2) $2 +Up (from scenario #2)
Use (2) -$.75/1 Ricola Dual Action, RP 11/11 (exp 12/11)

Total after coupons used = $1.49

+Up Earned = $5 – $2 +Up Russell Stover, $1 Ricola weekly & (2) $1 monthly

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Total Value: $17.28

Total Out of Pocket: $4.07

SCR/MIR Earned : $0.00

+Ups Remaining: $5.00

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  • carrie December 9, 2012, 11:55

    Ricola dual action is a money maker! 2/$3-$1.50 (2x.75 11/11rp)= 1.50 get back $3ups. $1.50 money maker, $3 if you have 4 .75cents coupons. Limit 4 on the Ricola this is a monthly and limit 2 on this weeks 2/$3