*HOT* deals at Rite Aid: Duracell, Eco Tools, Toys!

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The Duracell deal I shared with you in last weekend’s Rite Aid post? HOT!! Check out my trip today.

Here’s what I did, and how you could work this deal:

Buy:
(2) Duracell 20-Pack Batteries $8.77 each
(2) Eco Tools $2.99 (or less; depending on selection)
Subtotal: $23.52

Discounts/Coupons:
Eco Tools BOGO 50% saleΒ – $1.49 (will depend on what you buy)
(2) $1.50/1 Duracell coupons from 12/12 Red Plum
$3/$20 Video Values printable coupon
$1/1 Non-Prescription Video Values printable coupon
Pay at the register: $15.03

Then receive these UP Rewards:
(2) $1 UP Rewards for the Duracell (yes, I got two!)
(1) $5 UP Rewards for the Eco Tools (money maker!)

Then submit for this rebate:
$5 Duracell for buying $15 (Rite Aid SCR #34)

Bottom line: $3.03 for everything! $4.03 for everything!

UPDATE: Thanks to the reader who pointed out you aren’t supposed to use the $3/$20 and $1/1 Video Values coupons together. I missed that entirely and would NEVER intentionally suggest you use coupons other than stated! Thanks!

But wait, this deal gets even sweeter…
Your purchase qualifies you towards the Gift of Savings Program! If you did the deal as stated above, you’d be less than $1.50 away from a $5 Rite Aid Gift Card!Β Check out my Rite Aid post for filler item ideas.Β 

But wait, it gets even better…
Select packages of the Duracell have $20 worth of coupons enclosed! Mine did and I can tell you all the coupons inside are good through 8/31/12! So I just scored $40 in coupons on top of this already hot deal.

Toys! Toys! Toys!

While at Rite Aid this morning, I couldn’t help but notice there is a pretty sweet deal on toys (including plush). On one of the aisles, virtually all the toys were marked 50% off. PLUS, you would earn a $10 UP Reward when you spent $30 or more!

If you are in need of buying more toys, or wish to donate some to a food bank, my advice?

Use some of your UP Rewards from the deal above and work it into the toys, like this:

Buy:
$60 worth of toys

Discounts/Coupons:
Save $30 as part of BOGO sale
Use (2) $1 Duracell UP Rewards
Use (1) $5 Eco-tools UP Reward
$1/1 Video Values non-prescription printable coupon
Pay at the register: $22

Then, receive your $10 UP Reward for buying $30 worth!

Remember, these scenarios are ideas ONLY. Feel free to modify them in ways that make sense for you and what your family needs.

If you’re planning a trip, make sure to read my Rite Aid post for even more ideas! What other things are you finding at Rite Aid this week?

18 thoughts on “*HOT* deals at Rite Aid: Duracell, Eco Tools, Toys!”

  1. I’m sure you didn’t mean to, but this is actually a violation of the total purchase coupons. You’re not allowed to use the $1 off total purchase and the $3/$20 together. It’s only one total purchase coupon per transaction at RA. If you read the fine print you’ll see it. πŸ™‚

      • I was buying something other than batteries, and had two items, two manu coupons, the 3/20 and two different $1off non prescip coupons. The manager took them from me and told me I was to use all them, that when they reduced the video values coupon from 5/20 to 4/20 to now 3/20, they intend people to use the additional dollar off on single items, that it is to get people to watch more of the advertisements. It just cannot be combined with another RA coupon, but can be used in lieu of one for a specific item. Look, even RA does not know yet what to do with them! πŸ™‚

  2. Thank you so much for sharing your deal scenario. Moreover thank you for taking responsiblity for your mistake (even though that is never fun)! It really helps out when everyone coupons legitimately and encourages others to do the same; I appreciate your honesty and integrity.

  3. I’m not sure if you were aware but hip2save posted this on her site, might want to let her know of the error if you have not already πŸ™‚ Thank you for everything you do, you are one of my favs!! πŸ™‚

    • DONE! I actually sent this deal to her and a number of other bloggers this morning. Eating my slice of humble pie today, for sure! πŸ˜‰

      • You’re great don’t beat yourself up! Mistakes happen and $4.03 for everything is still a really great deal! I could not do what you do! πŸ™‚

    • Sure!!
      $1/1 Any Bounce
      $1/1 Any Cascade
      $1/1 Any Charmin (that’s a good one)
      $1/1 Duracell 6 pack +
      $1/2 Old Spice
      $2/2 Old Spice Red Zone
      B1G1 Fresh Collection
      $1/1 – $1/2 Oral B Toothbrush (depends on variety)
      $1/1 Pantene
      $2/1 Prilosec
      $1/2 Pringles Stacks (that’s a good one, too!)
      $4/1 Vicks Sinex

  4. I actually did this the other day…this is what I did:
    (2) 20 packs of Duracell batteries $8.77 ea
    *Used (2) 1.50/1
    *Got (2) $1 UPR
    (1) Colgate Sensitive toothpaste $3.50
    *Used .75/1
    *Got $3.50 UPR
    (2) single packs of Rite Aid tape that were B1G1 $1.49
    *Got (2) $1 UPR

    I could have added a $3/20, but I had a 25% off coupon (though the $3/20 would have ended up being a better deal)…so let’s say I used it just of the sake of showing the scenario πŸ˜‰

    Paid $15.78 OOP
    Got $7.50 in UPR’s AND $5 SCR for duracell (and REALLY close to the $5 Holiday savings)

    $3.28 for everything above and only $2.47 away from earning the extra $5 Savings certificate!

    • NICE!!! Isn’t Rite Aid fun? There are really soooo many possibilities. Too many! Thanks for sharing – this is awesome!

  5. I didn’t know you could not use both coupons also. Rite aid is so coupon friendly but their policy can be confusing. Plus the ladies at my store know I am honest so tend not to question my coupons. I will be sure not to do that again. I did do the battery deal. Pretty good deal, not a cheap as the free ones I got at QFC a few weeks ago πŸ™‚

  6. Thanks for being honest and ethical. I, too, did not realize you could not combine those coupons. Thanks again for sharing this with us.

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