Rite Aid: Proctor & Gamble Double Dip (Triple, if you include +UP Rewards)

AACK!  I just made a slight correction:  In transaction #1, 2 & 3, you need to buy an Old Spice Red Zone Boy Wash an A Deodorant for the coupon to work.  Sorry about that!  I made a typo the first time I typed it, then just copied and pasted that typo in to the other 2 transactions!)

I don’t usually split deal posts like this, but as I was working on the Rite Aid post, my head started to spin and I had a sudden urge for either 15 Bud Light Limes, a leftover Valium (from my painkiller stash from last week)…or both. So I decided that the easiest thing was for me to work this deal out in a post of its own!

It’s a bunch of transactions, but will get you a TON of free stuff as a moneymaker this week.

So here’s the deal:

Starting 6/6/10, you can get a $5 Rite Aid Gift Card when you buy $25 in participating P&G products.

On the front page of the ad, there is a $4 +UP Reward when you buy 2 Red Zone Products. If you check out the Rite Aid SCR page and look at SCR #101 (The P&G deal), you will notice that the Red Zone deodorant is included in the P&G Deal.

AND

There are more deodorants generating a SCR included in the P&G deal: select varieties of Secret as well as Old Spice Fresh Collection.

So….here’s a great deal for you (although a bit complicated):


Transaction #1:
Buy 1 Old Spice Red Zone Deodorant and 1 Body Wash: $7
use B1G1 Old Spice Body Wash wyb Deodorant 6/6/2010 P&G Insert (exp 7/31/2010)
Pay $3.50 OOP and get a $4 +UP Reward
Final price: 2 FREE + $0.50 overage after coupon and +UP Reward
** $3.50 of this (the deodorant) will count towards SCR #101 **

Transaction #2
Buy 1 Old Spice Red Zone Deodorant and 1 Body Wash: $7
use B1G1 Old Spice Body Wash wyb Deodorant 6/6/2010 P&G Insert (exp 7/31/2010)
Buy 2 Old Spice Fresh Collection OR Secret Sheer Minerals: $8
B1G1 Old Spice 4/18/2010 RP Insert (exp 6/30/2010) OR 2 $2/1 Secret Sheer Mineral 6/6/2010 P&G Insert (exp 7/31/2010)
Total after coupons: $7.50
Pay with $4 +UP Reward from transaction #1 and $3.50 out-of pocket
Receive another $4 +UP Reward
Final price: 4 FREE deodorants + $0.50 overage
** $11.50 of this transaction will count towards SCR #101; you are now up to $15 towards SCR #101 **

Transaction #3
Buy 1 Old Spice Red Zone Deodorant and 1 Body Wash: $7 ($3.50 counts towards SCR #101)
Buy 1 Nice & Easy Hair Color, $7.49
Use the following coupons
B1G1 Old Spice Body Wash wyb Deodorant 6/6/2010 P&G Insert (exp 7/31/2010)
$1/1 Clairol Hair Color 6/6/2010 P&G Insert (exp 7/31/2010)
in-ad Nice & Easy Hair Color coupon takes $2.50 off
Pay with the $4 +UP rewards from transaction #2, $3.49 out of pocket and get $4 +Up rewards
Final cost:  3 FREE Items + $0.51 overage after coupon
** $10.99 of this transaction counts towards SCR #101.  You are now up to the $25 Threshold **

Total Paid Out of Pocket:  $10.49

+UP rewards Remaining:  $4

Submit for:
$2 SCR for Secret/Gillette (SCR #81)
$5 Rite Aid Gift Card wyb $25 (SCR 101)

Final price after all coupons, UP Rewards and SCR:  EVERYTHING FREE + $0.51 moneymaker

(and now – I REALLY need that Bud Light Lime!)

Want more great deals at Rite Aid? Check out the rest of the current deals at Rite Aid that I have posted.

Comments

  1. jen says

    Thank you! It is a bit complicated but I like all of the products….think I would look silly if I printed this out and walked into RA??? ;)

  2. Bonnie says

    yes you can roll them, I did a ton of rolling when they had the $11.99 up+reward for the huggies (we were a test market for the up+ program) No need to worry about same company rewards or coupon/item ratio. Woohoo! I thing Walgreens might be in trouble, I sure haven’t found a reason to shop there in a long time!

  3. Cathy says

    I’m not sure how this works. the B1G1 old spice coupons in my insert call for buying the fresh collection deo to get the bodywash free. If I’m reading the ad correctly, buying 2 red zone products, not fresh collection, gets the $4 +UP reward. I’ve spent so much time trying to figure this out that my head is spinning. What am I missing?

    • Mindi Cherry says

      Cathy: The Fresh Collection BOGO coupons were in the 4/18/10 RedPlum Insert

      The Red Zone BOGO coupons were in today’s (6/6/10) Proctor & Gamble insert.

      • Cathy says

        Thanks Mindi but I’m still lost. My P&G from today has “Buy ANY Old Spice Body Wash or Fresh Collection Anti-Perspirant/Deoderant, Get 1 Fresh Collection Anti-Perspirant FREE” & “Buy ANY Old Spice Body Wash or Fresh Collection Anti-Perspirant/Deoderant, Get 1 Old Spice Body Wash FREE”, which could mean 2 red zone body wash, but no deo. The only Red Zone specific coupon is “Buy ANY 2 Old Spice Body Wash or Red Zone Anti-Perspirant/Deoderant, Get 1 Old Spice Body Spray FREE”. oh well, maybe different regions got different coupons.

  4. AQHorse says

    I’m wondering why you haven’t included a $/$ coupon in these scenarios. I have $5 off $25 coupons to use. Surely I can shove another item or two into a scenario to include the $/$ coupons.

    How about adding the John Frieda and Blink deals to get $25 worth??

    Also confused about the Old Spice coupons. Only have the 6/6 coupons available.

    • AQHorse says

      Okay – do I need 3 newspaper inserts to achieve this? I see 3x B1G1 deo/bodywash, so I figure you bought at least three newspapers.

  5. says

    I’m a little confused. It seems like the +UP rewards are getting counted twice. In transaction #1 you say that the items were “FREE” because you received the $4 +UP reward, which is $.50 more than the OOP amount. Ok- that makes sense. But that same reward was counted towards transaction #2 payment. It would seem to me that it can’t be counted as “payment” on both transactions. I’m probably just missing something- help! :)
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  6. liz taylor says

    UP rewards on my receipts always specify $1 off purchase Seasonal purchases, household purchases, etc. $10 or more. I never know what to apply them toward… I am so confused and I have not used them yet. I don’t know if diapers, for example would qualify as household purchase. And what do they mean seasonal? Could it be sunblock, for example?
    Thank you for your post and blog!
    Sincerely, Liz T

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