*NEW* $2/1 GE Lighting Coupon = Better Than FREE Light Bulbs at Rite Aid

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BulbHead over to Coupons.com where you can print this new $2/1 GE Lighting Product coupon (expires 11/30/2016). Use this new coupon to score S-M-O-K-I-N’ deals at Rite Aid and Target…

Rite Aid Deal Idea (thru 9/17):

GE Light Bulbs Soft White Halogen 4 ct, Reveal Halogen 2 ct, LED 1 ct, Bright Stik LED 6 or 10 Watt 2 ct $7.99
Use the $2/1 GE Lighting Product coupon found here
Pay $5.99
Get 799 Plenti Points = $7.99 (limit 1)
Final Cost FREE + $2 moneymaker!

Target Deal Idea (thru 9/17):

GE LED Aline 2 packs $9.99 each – on sale Buy 2 Get 1 Free
Buy 3
Total after Buy 2 Get 1 Free = $19.98
Use the 50% off GE LED Light Bulbs Aline 2pk Carthweel Offer – will deduct $10
Plus, use two $2/1 GE Lighting Product coupons found here
Final Cost $5.98 total – just $1.99 per 2-pack (only 99¢ per bulb)!

(Thanks, Coupons are My Currency!)

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Comments 21

  1. Jennifer in Oregon

    Procrastination does pay well! 🙂 Happy I waited to hit Rite Aid.

  2. Susan S.

    LOL, I just bought these yesterday at Target…
    And I had even wondered if there was a manufacturers coupon.
    Maybe I should return them and then re-purchase with the coupons 😉

    • Girlscoutmom

      Susan you can print the coupons and take them back to target. No need to return your items. Here in ca you have 3 days. Call your target and ask what is there policy for missed coupons.

    • Janet

      Or you can just take your receipt and coupons within 3 days and you’ll get the money bk. Hth.

    • Holly

      Yes! I’ve done it for less money. They’re quick about it, like there’s a special button on the register for forgotten coupons.

    • Susan S.

      Thanks all! I will go back with my coupons & receipt. $4 is a significant savings on these! 🙂

  3. mckeeversmom

    I’m not seeing this deal in my Rite Aid flyer. Does anyone know if this is limited to one deal or two per person. Thank you for the help!

    • mel

      Wasn’t in my flyer, but there were signs up on them in-store $7.99 sale with 799 PP. Limit is 1. Too bad I bought these yesterday, my RA doesn’t do post-coupons anymore.

      • mckeeversmom

        Thank you!

      • Karen

        Me too 😛,still free though

        • mel

          RA seems to have deals on GE lighbulbs often, so I printed with fingers crossed another deal will pop up again to use the coupon!

          • chas

            what zip code are you in that coupons.com left you print $2 off ge lighting?

  4. Hope

    Has anyone tried using a coupon on a free item at Target? Just wondering what they say about it if anything and if you could use one on this deal. Thanks

    • mckeeversmom

      If you are talking about using a coupon in addition to the free item coupon, I’m pretty certain all coupons say “Limit one coupon per transaction” so no, you wouldn’t be able to do that. If you have a coupon for an item that is already free, wouldn’t it be better to save it to use when the item is on sale? I’m not trying to judge. It’s just that I do not believe you can use a coupon on a free item and I’m almost positive you can’t use two coupons for one item. Hope this isn’t too confusing!

      • sam

        It’s not really a moral thing in my opinion. It just depends on how you look at B2G1 or B1G1 sales. If you see it as getting one for free, then no coupons make sense. If you see it as 50% or 33% off, then why wouldn’t you be able to use coupons? I’m pretty sure at least one state requires B1G1 sales allow you to buy one item at 50% off.

        The computer will likely not accept the third coupon, but the cashier may manually put it through anyway.

    • Amber

      Some stores will.

  5. Laura

    I just bought the GE LED 40W/7W single pack bulb at Walmart. It’s priced at $1.50. Use the $2 coupon. I was able to get 5 bulbs for free and get a nickle back. Plus I can submit to my electric company for a rebate of $5.50 per bulb! 🙂

  6. Jessica Olsen

    Tips on how to get the coupon for light bulbs to print? Thanks

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Hmm, are you able to click through the link above to print it? If not working, maybe try in a different browser. Hope this helps!

      • Jessica Olsen

        yes, can click on link, but it just spins and spins.

        • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

          How odd. Maybe try clearing your browsing history.

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