What’s FREE (or almost free) at Rite Aid 2/7 – 2/13

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Rite-Aid-freeHere is our list of deals in the 2/7 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 2/7 – 2/13 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. The Speed Stick is for the Body Wash, unless I read the ad wrong?
    It does show the picture of the Speed Stick Deodorant though, maybe the cashier got it wrong?

    And the Mars single serve bars didn’t work with the $1/2 coupon?

    I know for a fact that the $1/2 Mars coupon should have worked because I tried it at Walgreens and CVS and they both worked there!

  2. Loretta Ireland says:

    I was at my Rite-aid this morning. I was the first one in the store they had no ad prices up along with no flyers out. Grrrr. I had my list in hand but since there was no sale prices up I was winging it. I got the scunci plastic hair barrettes, the Speed Stick Gear deodorant, tried to grab I was going straight off the scenario on the site. The speed stick gear deodorant I grabbed (the coupon that is in the flyer wouldn’t go through) was not on sale so had to go and get a different scent. Then the the .69 cent candy they had on sale and I needed to use the Mars coupon that wouldn’t go through either because the size was a tad under. I did not see any candy in that size was on sale for 69 cents they had a lot of candy on sale. The barrettes did not give me any plentiful points so I had to return them. I was a little upset with Rite
    Aid and the manager that was working.
    Thanks for letting me vent. Lol


  3. I tried the scunci plastic barrettes too and it dint trigger the plenti points.

  4. I just went to Rite-Aid in Dayton, Ohio. I only went to the counter with the speed stick gear. I had the Rite-Aid coupon and the manufacturer(printed) coupon for an additional $2.00. I was thinking it would be free! It rang up as $1.74. I didn’t understand this and they said they don’t give back money. I questioned why it wouldn’t just be free-bringing it down to $0.00. They said they don’t do that. I returned it, as I have become accustomed to spendin $1.00 or less on deodorant.
    What is the Rite-Aid policy with coupons? Was it just this store???

    • Monica Bragg says:

      Here is a link to the policy. Here is the excerpt that states that they should have reduced the coupon to the price of the item.

      In the event that any item’s selling price is less than the value of the coupon, Rite Aid will accept the coupon in exchange for the selling price of the item. Coupon redemption can never exceed the selling price of an item and no cash back is allowed.


      • Thanks for responding…
        I’ll be armed from now on!
        Also, just a long overdue thank you for Couponaholic! I am really appreciative for the tips, help and numerous suggestions-this is a great website and I do pass it along. I check you out almost daily! Thank you!

        • Monica Bragg says:

          Thanks Mary! And you are always welcome to ask anything. We will do our best to answer if we have or can direct you to the answer.

    • would it have worked if you had something else in your cart to absorb the overage? like a candy bar or something?