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Rite Aid $10 off $30 Purchase Coupon!

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Wahoo… and even better coupon!

Print this $10 off any $30 purchase coupon valid at Rite Aid through 2/14! Remember to stock up on all the Rite Aid freebies available with this. You can also purchase the One Touch Meter and snag $10 worth of FREE items!:)

**If you missed my previous post–You can print the $5 off $20 purchase coupon here!
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  1. Anonymous

    Today at Rite Aid I bought the One Touch Meter and $11 worth of other stuff. When I handed the clerk (also the manager) my coupons, I put the $10 off $30 on top of the One Touch Meter coupon. He looked at both of them and then scanned the Meter coupon first and wouldn’t let me use the $10 off $30 telling me it had to be before manufacturer’s coupons. Does Rite Aid have a definite policy that says their in house coupons can be used before Manufacturer’s coupons? Thanks, Edward

  2. Hip2Save

    I’m pretty sure Rite Aid doesn’t have a written policy regarding this issue. In my opinion, though, the manager should have excepted your $10 off $30 coupon.

    Manufacturers coupons are just like using cash. The store gets reimbursed for the whole coupon amount from the manufacturer plus a handling fee. I would have explained to the manager that you are spending more then $30. If manuf. coupons lower your total it shouldn’t matter to the store. I know some employees do NOT understand this concept. I wish they were all more educated about coupon use.

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