These are so easy to forget, especially if you don’t shop at Rite Aid on a regular basis, but they can really increase your savings!
Are you watching the Rite Aid Video Values coupons on a regular basis, especially at the beginning of the month when they are released? Here’s a secret: while Rite Aid Video Values coupons may be technically store coupons, they are sponsored by the manufacturer and like all manufacturer coupons, they have limits and disappear once they hit the viewing/printing limit! The coupons are usually only available for a few weeks, but they don’t expire until about 2 weeks in to the next “Video Values Cycle”.
What does this mean? Quite simply, a great coupon that is available to view only until July 31st (or while supplies last) may be the EXACT coupon that you need to turn a deal in to a moneymaker at Rite Aid on August 5th! You need to watch those videos as soon as they are available, print the coupons and just hold on to them for when you can stack them with manufacturers coupons for the best deals!
While Rite Aid Coupons say that they are a manufacturers coupons, according to the Rite Aid Coupon policy, they CAN be stacked with other manufacturers coupons (from the Sunday papers, Coupons.com, Smartsource etc). However, Rite Aid Video Values Coupons can only be redeemed once per Wellness card account (so you can’t photocopy the coupons and use them multiple times)