What’s FREE (or almost free) at Rite Aid 1/17 – 1/23

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Rite-Aid-freeHere is our list of deals in the 1/17 Rite Aid weekly ad that are free or nearly free. If you are shopping later in the week, you may want to check for additional deals that we have found since this post was written. To do that, check out our Rite Aid Category (under “Drug Store Deals” on the main menu.)

Want to view our full list of matchups for the 1/17 – 1/23 Rite Aid weekly ad? Go here to check them out.

The new Rite Aid loyalty points program (called “Plenti”) started on 5/4/15. Every 100 points earned are redeemable for $1 at a participating retailer (not just Rite Aid.)

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  1. Could you mix and match the razors and Charmin since they are both P&G products???

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Yes, as long as you buy items that are included in that deal on the first page of this week’s ad.

  2. I am very confused about the “starting points”! It seems as though there is a limit of one starting points offer each week. Can you do both the Cover Girl and Fiber Choice deals?

    You get 700 “plenti points” for spending $15 and 1000 “starting points” when you spend $30 on the Fiber Choice.

    You get 1000 “plenti points” for spending $30 on P&G and 1000 “starting points”.

    If you can get only 1000 “starting points” you can’t do both deals, right?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      You must choose, but you could mix and match items if you want some of each to earn the Starting Points.

  3. Hello! I’m new to Rite Aid and plenti points program. There isn’t one in my city so I would need to make my purchase online. As a welcome Rite Aid is offering 25% off regular priced online purchases, any ideas?! TIA!

    • Steve Pinski says:

      The best deals are always going to be in-store with coupons. I do not have a Rite Aid within hundreds of miles, so I just focus on the stores I do have.

  4. The coupon for the Mars brand candies does not work on the single serve candies since they are all under 2.0 Oz. Also to get the Fiber Choice plenti points you must have a regular store membership. They are 15.99 at regular price, so if you have gold (20% off) or silver (10% off) the vitamins will be discounted below the amount you need to spend to receive the points. This applies to any of the January starting points promotion for 1,000 points when you spend $30 as well. Hopefully this makes sense.

    Source: I work at Rite Aid. 🙂

    • Monica Bragg says:

      I think that Snickers bars are 2.07 oz for the single serves so it should work on them at least. I didn’t check any other bars.

    • I got caught with being “silver” yesterday when I was buying the Fiber Choice! Fortunately I realized that the discount was not going to work with the deal before we finished the transaction. The cashier suggested that I open a new account so I wouldn’t get the discount and was able to do the deal. I never thought I would be glad to NOT get a discount! I guess every time I get close to silver I will have to open a new account!

      This also happened a couple of weeks ago; I got an 80 cent discount on a razor which put me 65 cents under what I needed to get $10! Didn’t realize until I got home and went over the receipt.