Rite Aid weekly deals: 2/19 – 2/25

by Melody on February 17, 2012

Each week, I will be posting my full Rite Aid match ups over at Frugal Living NW.  Click here to start planning your shopping trip.

This is a fantastic week with better than free Colgate toothpaste, kids vitamins, Advil and Physician’s Formula makeup.  Add in free Vaseline lotion and TONS of participating products in the “Winter Rewards” program, you should have fun planning your shopping trips this week!

I do occasional updates during the week on new deals, sneak peeks for the coming week or my personal shopping trips.  I always post on Facebook and Twitter when I do these updates, make sure to follow me so you don’t miss anything!

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tina February 19, 2012 at 3:32 am

Thanks, Melody! I love your RA match-ups. I am in the Seattle area and I haven’t seen 4pk. Olay bar soap at RA. Only 2pk. and 8 pk.
Do you know if RA carries 4 pk. at all?


Melody February 19, 2012 at 6:58 am

My store does carry it, but isn’t the basic scents. It’s called Luscious Embrace or something similar. Don’t quote me on the name, but I think it’s in a purple package? That’s a good question though, hopefully you can find it!


heather February 19, 2012 at 3:17 pm

Hello, I am a loyal follower of your matchups on FLNW ut I have a question. Do you know how it will work out if I used my RA card while on a trip to Seattle (the test area) and earned my winter rewards and another 20+up so now total of 40$+up on my card. Will I be able to swipe and use them back in portland? Super confused. Please help.


Melody February 20, 2012 at 9:33 am

I really wish I had a good answer for you Heather! My suggestion would be to call or email customer service. What I would imagine they will do is mail you a paper +UP reward. I know that would stink to wait for it, but obviously better than not being able to use it. I’m truly not sure if they will come off automatically in a non-test market. You got yourself in a pickle! 🙂 Customer service has a great track record for being super helpful, good luck!


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