Print now for Nexcare First Aid Tape moneymaker at Rite Aid starting 10/21!

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Attention Rite Aid shoppers! Starting Sunday 10/21, there’s a small moneymaker on Nexcare First Aid Tape with a printable coupon. You may want to grab this coupon now, just in case it is gone by Sunday morning.

All Nexcare First Aid and Wound Care products will be on sale for $1 off and you will get a $1 +Up Rewards when you buy one. Here’s the scenario:

BUY ONE NEXCARE WATERPROOF FIRST AID TAPE, on sale $1 (regular price $2)
Get $1 +Up Reward when you buy any Nexcare First Aid or Wound Care
Use one $0.55/1 Nexcare Waterproof First Aid Tape printable coupon
Price at Register: $0.45, but get $1 +Up Reward

Thanks to Cents Less Deals for the tip.

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  1. The website you linked to is also great for this week’s ad: get $15 +UP rewards when you buy $30 of 3M products, including post its, scotch brite sponges, and others for which the coupons are there. I’m going to try to work out a deal to use (without the Nexcare so I can save it for next week). :)

  2. Good news and bad news.
    Good: $15 +UP wyb $30 of 3M is a monthly deal and so you can stack the two +UP rewards deals.
    Bad: The lowest regular price I could find on Nexcare tape was $5.99, which makes nothing like a MM, even when paired with the effective 50% off from the monthly deal.

    But, with that in mind, the cheapest deal is pairing the coupon “Save $1.00 on any one Scotch pop-up tape deskgrip dispenser or refill” is a pretty good deal on the refill, regularly priced 2.49 and if you have a 20% discount then you would get the price 1.99. So together with the +UP deal, if you could get 16 coupons you would pay 84 cents total, or 5.2 cents each. Finding 8 computers to use to pring the coupons could be a challenge, though.

    If you had no discount you would buy 13 of them and they would cost a total of 4.37, or 34 cents each.

    There is also a BOGO free for 3M lens & electronics cleaning cloth. I couldn’t find stock of this product in the relatively small Rite Aid that i use, but it could be usable at a bigger Rite Aid.

    The Nexcare is an OK deal- coupon gives about a 30% discount.

    And the Futuro Compression socks or Hosiery Products coupon for $3.00 off one can be used with highest percent savings on the knee high compression socks for women (10.99), especially again with the 20% discount bringing the price to 8.72.

    Other possible coupons: SS 10/14 coupon save $1.00 on two canisters of scotch-brite botanical disinfecting wipes (also not available at my location).
    Scotchbrite website coupon Save $1.00 on 1 scotch magic tape one-handed dispenser (regular price 5.29.
    Another Scotchbrite web coupons: Save 1.00 when you buy any one package of scothc restickable shapes, sheets, tabs, dots or strips.Tabs were available, priced 4.49.

    And there are a lot of office supplies like labels for tabbed folders, printable sheets of labels, etc. that the deal would make 50% off if you need them. When I scoped the store, I was completely floored by how many items are made by 3M.

    • Wow Tina, thanks for all the information. That’s disappointing that your store doesn’t carry a size of the Nexcare First Aid Tape at that price. I wonder if my info was bad, or if some Rite Aid stores carry a smaller size.

      I can’t even take a look myself unless I drive about 300-400 miles :(

  3. Whoops, sorry for the monster post.