Rite Aid: Updated Coupon Policy!
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Yippee! Rite Aid has just released an updated coupon policy which includes the use of +UP Reward coupons, Video Values coupons and more. Below, I have highlighted some of my favorite parts of the coupon policy. I would also strongly encourage you to print a copy of the official policy and keep it with you when shopping at Rite Aid. If you encounter a cashier/manager who is not following the policy, it is often helpful to pull out a copy of the policy to review.
My Favorite Parts of the Coupon Policy 😀
* Multiple +UP coupons can be used (subject to the printed exclusions) up to the amount of purchase before sales tax.
* Buy One, Get One Free: We accept two coupons for the purchase of two items that are on Buy One, Get One Free Promotion. We accept a Buy One, Get One Free Coupon with an item that is in our flyer as Buy One, Get One Free, meaning both items are free.
* Only one total purchase coupon per transaction (Total purchase equals or exceeds $25 before tax before any coupons are applied).
*No more than one Rite Aid Valuable coupon, one Rite Aid Manufacturer coupon, and one Manufacturer coupon can be used on a single item.
* Print the policy for yourself: Rite Aid Customer Coupon Acceptance Policy August 2010
On a side note, I think it is wonderful that Rite Aid takes the time to update its coupon policy based on concerns/comments from its customers; and I also appreciate the fact that the coupon policy is easily available to its customers. If only all the stores followed this example!