Rite Aid: Huge Veet moneymaker (starting 6/5)

by Melody on June 2, 2011







I just got a heads up on a great new printable coupon from The Frugal Life of a Mom that will make for a fantastic moneymaker at Rite Aid starting this Sunday (6/5) on Veet products.

I have done a price-check at our local store and the lowest priced item is $5.99, although most of the products would end up being a moneymaker.

Veet depilatories $5.99
Buy 2
– (2) $3/1 printables (“like” on Facebook, click on Day 1 on the 28 Days of Beautiful tab)
Stack with $2/1 in-ad coupon
Stack with $1/1 Video Values coupon here
Pay $2.98 + receive $5 +UP Reward
FREE + $2.02 moneymaker after reward!

* These should ring up with your Wellness+ discount, so pay as low as 58 cents and receive a $5 +UP Reward

If you have a $3 off $15 survey coupon, you could do this scenario:

(2) Veet depilatories $5.99
Blink Tears $7.99

Subtotal: $19.97
– $3 off $15 survey coupon
– (2) $3/1 Veet printables (“like” on Facebook, click on Day 1 on the 28 Days of Beautiful tab)
– $2/1 Blink Tears (5-22 RP)
Stack with $2/1 Veet in-ad coupon
Stack with $1/1 Veet Video Values coupon here

Pay $5.97 out of pocket

  • Receive $5 +UP Reward
  • Submit for $7.99 Blink Tears SCR

Bottom line: $7 moneymaker after rebate and reward!

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{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Leslie June 2, 2011 at 9:33 pm

I saw $4 off peelies on the Blink Gel tears yesterday at Rite Aid! Improves this scenario even more!


Heather June 2, 2011 at 10:05 pm

Have you tried Veet? I remember depilatories in the mid 80s feeling like acid on skin, but my guess is they are much more gentle now. 🙂

Either way, 2 free + profit? Score!


Melody June 2, 2011 at 10:06 pm

Ha! I haven’t actually tried it. I’ve gotten it free and given to friends who seem to like it.

Veet always seems to be free at Rite Aid, I can’t figure out why. I thought initially they were trying to get rid of it, but it’s still going strong!


sandie June 7, 2011 at 5:21 am

The coupon in the paper is a manufactures coupon how can you stack it with another manufactures coupon?


Melody June 7, 2011 at 12:34 pm

Rite Aid’s in-ad and Video Values coupons are in fact store coupons, even though they are labeled as manufacturer coupons. I know, it’s confusing!

If you notice, the store coupons have UPC codes that start with RC49 or RC48 and their coupon policy clearly states that you can stack these with a traditional manufacturer coupon. I did it on Sunday!



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