Rite Aid 10/23-10/29 {Zicam, Carefree, Mitchum}

October 21, 2011 18 Comments | Disclosure

best deals at rite aid money makers and freebies


7-Up or Diet 7-Up 12pk 3/$9.99
$3 +up wyb 3
Final: 3/$6.99 or $2.33 each wyb 3

Carmex 2/$5
$2 +up wyb 2
$0.35/1 Carmex Lip Balm
Final: $1.15 each wyb 2 (blah)

Mitchum $3.99 – $4.99
$2 +up
$2/1 Mitchum Advanced Control Anti-Perspirants October VV
Final: as low as FREE
$1 SCR starting 10/26/11
Final: $1.01 MM

Eos Shave Cream $2.99
$2 +up
Final: $0.99

Got2b Stylers BOGO (regular retail $6.49)
$2/1 got2b Full Size Item October VV
$2/1 got2b Hair Styling Products All You, Sept 2011 (exp 11/1/2011)
Final: 2/$2.49

Carefree Pantiliners $1
$1/2 Carefree Products Octover VV
$0.50/1 Carefree Product 8/21/2011 SS
Final: FREE wyb 2

Axe Body Wash or Detailer 2/$9
$2/1 Axe Shampoo, Conditioner, or Styling Product  October VV Oops! Wrong product. My mistake. Thanks Stacie!
AXE BOGO shower gel or detailer (maximum value $5.99) 10/23/11 SS (may be regional)
$1.50/1 Axe Shower Gel
Final: 2/$3 or $1.50 each

Orajel Toothpaste $3.99
$2 +up
$1/1 Orajel Children’s Product
Final: $0.99

Arm & Hammer Spinbrush Pro or Kids Power Toothbrush $5.99
$2 +up
Final: $3.99

Xtra Laundry Detergent, Nice n’ Fluffy Fabric Softener 3/$6
$2 +up wyb 3 (limit 2)
Final: 3/$4 or $1.33 each

Finish BOGO ($6.49)
$1/1 Finish October VV
$1/1 Finish Quantum, Powerball or Gelpac 9/18/2011 SS (exp 10/23/2011)
Final: $2.25 each wyb 2

Zicam $7.99
$7 +up (limit 1)
$2/1 Zicam Rite Aid Coupon (found in flu booklet)
$2/1 Zicam
Final: $3.01 MM


  1. for the xtra laundry detergent you said you get 2 +up wyb 3 and the limit is 2. Does that mean the most I can buy is 6 and get 4+up?

  2. Can you stack the Riteaid coupon (which is for Axe shampoo, conditioner or styling gel) with Axe coupons for shower gel?

  3. I have never run into this before. I bought the carefree. I gave my $1/2 VV and my (2) .50/1 and she would not let me use the (2) .50/1. She said they are $1 and now they and .50 and tat if I used them, it would pay the tax…really? I tried to explain several times, but she said no. So I had to pay $1 for the two.

    • Gee whiz. Typo much? That’s what happens when my husband talks while I am tying.

      • Similar thing happened to me only the computer wouldn’t take the video values coupon but did take my one 50 cent coupon that I had.

        • Yeah, I don’t know. The last time I did this kind of transaction, it went just fine.

          • Strange. I have not shopped yet this week, but I see no reason this deal would not work just as it has in the past. Did anyone ask for a manager? Or show the employee the coupon policy? Hmmm…

            • The employee ringing me up knows his stuff about the coupon policy and he’s super nice to the Sunday morning couponers. I’ve had problems w/ other employees at that store but never him. He said there is a new computer system, maybe that’s the problem. I didn’t want to hold up the line, so I just let it go.

      • Your husband must have been talking to you because you did it too, unless you were” tying” your shoe!

        • HAhahaha! I guess so. To make matters worse, my son got toast crumbs in my key board. Every so often, the “p” and “h” keys don’t work…

  4. Ok, so just to be sure my math doesn’t suck real bad, for the Axe deal, if you use one BOGO coupon and the 1.50/1, that makes it 7.50 for 3, or 2.50 each, right? I keep trying to add it up, but it’s not coming out to 1.50

    • But if you use just a BOGO coupon, then you can get 2/4.50, or 2.25 each… will they still give you the 2/9 deal if you use a BOGO ? Or will they make you pay the retail on the one you’re buying?

      • You BOGO first and then subtract the coupon. So, you buy one for $4.50 and get the second for free. Then subtract the $1.50 coupon for the one you paid for. So you just spent $3.00 and got two items. Equals $1.50 each.

        I know, it’s confusing! :)

        • Hold the phone…You’re saying that I can use a BOGO coupon on an item, and then I can ALSO use a $off coupon on the item I paid for to get the BOGO in the first place?? OMG, I’ve been doing that SO wrong the past couple months that I’ve been couponing! I could’ve saved an extra 50$ or so just in the past month!

        • I thought that a BOGO mfg coupon counted as a coupon for both items…

          • One coupon attaches itself to each product. In this case, the BOGO attaches to your FREE item. The $ off coupon attaches itself to the item you are buying. Buying 2 products allows for 2 coupons. Make sense?

            The majority of the time it is one coupon to one product. The main exception to this is when a coupon states a quantity. For example, $2.00 off 4. In that case, the coupon attaches to all 4 items.

            Make sense?

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