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Rite Aid: Conair Infinit Pro Hair Dryer As Low As $10.99

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IMPORTANT: Please note that this deal is only available for certain regions of the country (most notably California) that received additional +Up Reward offers in their Rite Aid weekly ad. Please check with your local store to see if this specific +Up Reward offer pictured below is available before you make your purchase.

If you’re in the market for a new hair dryer, then you may want to head over to Rite Aid where you can snag the Conair Infiniti Pro Hair Dryer for just $17.99 (or even less if you are a Wellness+ Gold Member and can save an additional 20% off!). This same hair dryer sells for $29.94 on and has a 4 out of 5 star rating by 179 reviewers.

Rite Aid Deal Scenario (valid through 10/22)

Buy 1 Conair Infiniti Pro Hair Dryer $34.99
Use the $10/1 coupon from the October Video Values
Pay $24.99
Get a $7 +Up Reward (only available in select regions of the country!)
Final Cost $17.99!*
* If you are a Wellness+ Gold Member, your final cost after the 20% off discount, Video Values coupon and +Up Reward will be only $10.99!

(Thanks, Aubrey!)

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  • Melissa says:

    I got this on clearance at CVS a few months ago for around $10 – great dryer!

  • Deepa says:

    Thanks for a good deal..BTW how do u become Wellness+ Gold Member to get the 20%? I have a RA card .

    • Nadya says:

      Sign up for the RA card (that’s the Wellness +), then use it when you shop and spend $1000 in 1 year to qualify for 20% off, $500 for 10% off. This is tracked by your wellness card. Last year they counted manufacturer coupons in the total, but not Rite Aid specific coupons. I don’t know if they are continuing the program next year as I have already hit 1000 and haven’t heard anything from them.

    • Aubrey says:

      When you reach 500 points you get 10% off, when you reach 1000 points you get 20% off. On your last receipt you can see on the bottom how many points you have accumulated. You get either the sale price or the 20% whichever one is a better deal. 20% is the same discount employees get as well :)

  • Carol_R says:

    This deal was advertised in the Washington Post Rite Aid circulars in Northern Virginia.

  • anon says:

    This is kind of OT, but hopefully someone can help. If I buy two of these in one transaction and use the Video Value coupon will it take off 10 from each item, meaning 20 off my total?

    • Tara S says:

      Nope. they dont work like the walgreens coupons. sometimes the coupons are the same in say october as in november and the dates overlap, then you could use two when you buy two. hth

  • sne3103 says:

    Just got my dryer today. I’m not a Gold member or anything so I paid $24.99 ng got the $7 ECBs so its still a good deal considering all the rave reviews on Amazon! Can’t wait to try it out…thanks so much Collin!

  • Kim says:

    I did this deal and it worked great! I had a $5/25 coupon and included the $8/2 covergirl coupons to make it sweeter so I only paid $.30cents for my new hairdryer (I have 20% off). I have to say I don’t buy things for myself much but my hair hasn’t looked this good in years! I never knew a hair dryer could have such impact on hair! LOL! Thanks, Colin, I love it!

    • brenda says:

      is it really make a differents, i got one that week real cheap with coupons and my 20%, but it is still in the box, cause my old hair dryer still works, but if it makes that big of a differnets, i will start using it now…thanks i happy to get the hair dyer

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