Today I am going to head over to Rite Aid. I have $10.00 in UP Rewards that expires tomorrow and I can’t let that happen. If you don’t already know Right Aid has a program called UP Rewards. When you buy certain products you will get a coupon on your receipt to be used on your next purchase. Every week there is different products that offer those rewards. Check in your weekly circular for the qualifying products. With some clever planning you can buy the products that offer the rewards first on one separate order. Then on a different order you can buy anything else you might have needed and use your reward coupon, or you can save it for the next time you need something at Rite Aid. Which is what I did in this case, but then you run the risk of letting them expire. I hope this wasn’t confusing! One thing I’ve learned with couponing is that you learn as you go.
Today I am looking for:
- Blistex Cold & Allergy Lip Balm 0.15oz. – The price – you pay $1.49 but you get an UP Reward for $1.49 so it’s like getting it for FREE!
- Revlon Beauty Tools 40% off – The price – You should be able to find a beauty tool for around $1.79 after the 40% off. You will get an UP Reward for $2.00 so it’s like getting it for FREE plus a $0.21 profit!
- Revlon Lip, Eye or Nail 40% off – The price – You will be paying around $1.99 after $1.00 off coupon. The coupon was found in last Sundays paper in the back of the Wal-mart flyer or you can go to riteaid.com watch the October video for Revlon and then you will get $1.00 coupon that you can print (video value coupon)
- Cover Girl Cosmetics, buy one get one 50% off – The price – You will be paying around $1.54 after the buy one get one 50% off offer, and using (2) $1.00 off manufacturers coupons. You can find those coupons in the P&G inserts in your Sunday papers on 10-16 or 10-02. (The price was estimated from a product that originally cost $3.39)
These prices are valid until 10/22