NEW $2/1 GE Lighting Product printable coupon = $2 MONEYMAKER at Rite Aid!

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ra-geWow! We have a new high-value $2/1 GE Lighting Product printable coupon. If you shop at Rite Aid, you have a MONEYMAKER! Here’s the link to the coupon and your scenario:

$2/1 GE Lighting Product printable coupon (preclipped)

At Rite Aid through 9/17:
BUY ONE GE SOFT WHITE HALOGEN 4 CT, REVEAL HALOGEN 2 CT, LED 1 CT, BRIGHT STIK LED 6 OR 10 WATT 2 CT, on sale $7.99
Get 799 Plenti Points ($7.99 value) when you buy one of these GE Lighting Products (limit 1)
Use one $2/1 GE Lighting Product printable coupon (preclipped)
Price at Register: $5.99, but get 799 Plenti Points ($7.99 value)
NET PRICE: FREE + $2 MONEYMAKER!

This will also count towards the Buy $50 of participating items, Get $20 of Plenti Points Rake in the Savings Event too!

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Comments

  1. Could you help me with the fine print on this coupon please? It says, “Offer limited to one purchase in the U.S.A., its territories and military exchanges.”
    Does this mean that each consumer is only allowed ONLY one purchase? or the limit one per purchase per coupon applies?
    I don’t like it when they get creative with the wording. I think It’s confusing enough for new couponers.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Hmmmm…I think it’s a little bit tricky because they are using the word “Offer” and not “Coupon.” I still think that you are probably ok to use multiple coupons as long as you buy multiple items, but I can see how it could be interpreted otherwise. I haven’t printed the coupon because I don’t have a Rite Aid store nearby, so I am not sure if there is any other complicating text on it.

  2. how did I get all of those Crest coupons printed that ended up ruining my GE ones when the “print” number said 1? Frustrating, to say the least when one loses a useful coupon

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I’m perplexed if coupons.com said you only had one coupon clipped, but I know how things like this usually happen. Coupons.com is very sneaky. Once you print a coupon, sometimes they will take you to a page with advertising for other coupons they are suggesting. They usually clip all of them and if you don’t notice this and unclip them, they will stay clipped and print with your coupons the next time you visit. (They still trick me about 10% of the time when I’m in a hurry and don’t notice that they have done this.)