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Sunday, January 10, 2010

Rite Aid 1/10-1/16: Johnson & Johnson Rebate Scenario!

Here are the best deals at Rite Aid this week. If you found some others, let us know! Also, check out the Rite Aid thread on PYP for more Rite Aid deals this week and discussion.

Theraflu $4.99

Use this $2/1 printable coupon
Get a $3 Single Check Rebate
Final Price: FREE after coupon and rebate!

Contact Cold+Flu $4.99
Use Contac Cold and Flu Product, any $2/1 (3-31-10) RP-1/10
Get a $4.99 Single Check Rebate
Final Price: FREE after coupon and rebate!

GE Soft White Longlife Light Bulbs $2
Get a $2 Single Check Rebate
Final Price: FREE after rebate!

Zest,Ivory, or Safeguard Soap 3-4pk $1.99
Use Zest, Ivory or Safeguard Body Wash or Bar Pack, any $1/1 (1-31-10) PG-12/27
Final Price: $ .99 cents after coupon!

Now for the Johnson & Johnson rebate scenario! Last week it was posted about the $10 rebate form available on Coupons.com. Print that form! There are lots of items that qualify for the rebate this week at Rite Aid, plus lots of coupons to match up with it. You have to purchase $30 worth of certain products. It's all on the form. Here is one scenario for you to consider:

(please note that these prices may vary according to your area. take your calculator to the store!)

Purchase:
(2) Aveeno shampoo/conditioner $6.99 each
(1) Lubriderm lotion $6.49 each
(2) Clean & Clear face wash $5.49
Total: $31.45

Use:
$5/$20 printable when you have 20 video credits
(2) in-ad coupon for Aveeno hair care--$2 off total
(1) in-ad coupon for Lubriderm lotion--$1 off total
(2) in-ad coupon for Clean & Clear--$2 off total

Then use the following manufacturer coupons:
(2) $2.50/1 Aveeno -- $5 off total (Aveeno Nourish only. Other Aveeno printable is $2/1)
(1) $2/1 Lubriderm --$2 off total
(2) $2/1 Clean & Clear --$4 off total

Total out-of-pocket: $11.45 (plus tax)

Then submit for the $10 Johnson & Johnson rebate.

Grand total paid after rebate: $.45 cents for everything!

**I failed to mention that the high value coupons mentioned above, as well as others that qualify for this rebate, are also available in today's SS insert. The rebate form in also in today's SS insert.**

Remember, prices of these items vary, so check your store! If you find a great scenario for the Johnson & Johnson rebate, let us know!

5 comments:

Sweetpea said...

Where are the in-ad coupons for the Johnson and Johnson stuff? I don't see them on the Rite Aid ad I got in the papers yesterday. Any advice? Is it worth doing the deal without those in-ad coupons?

Marne said...

Mine were in the middle of the ad, they all took up more than half a page.

Whether or not its worth it is up to you. Figure out how much the stuff would cost you after manufacturer coupons and rebate and see where you are at.

Nicole said...

I don't think Utah Valley got the in-ad coupons. :-(

About Us said...

Wouldn't it be $1.45 for everything? I may be really tired though. :)

Marilee said...

I get $5.45 total out of pocket after all the coupons and the $10 J&J rebate.

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