Rite Aid Coupon Policy April 2012

Rite Aid Coupon Policy Updates

Last week I posted that there was some confusion about the Rite Aid Coupon Policy changes.  As I wrote last week, there were no changes to the Buy One, Get One % off promotions.  Rite Aid has updated the policy to clarify exactly what they meant. You can view the entire Rite Aid Coupon Policy here. You may still use TWO coupons with a Buy One, Get One 50% off sale.

The policy now states:

Rite Aid accepts Buy One, Get One Free coupons, however only one coupon can be used for each pair of items purchased. A
customer can use one “cents off” coupon (a coupon of fixed value such as $.50, $1.25, etc.) in conjunction with the item they
are purchasing on a Buy One, Get One Free promotion (or with a Buy One, Get One Free coupon), although the value of the
cents off coupon cannot exceed the selling price of the item.

Customers can use up to two coupons with a Buy One, Get One at a % off promotion, provided the total value of the coupons does not exceed the selling price of the two items combined.

Buy One, Get One Free coupons cannot be used in conjunction with a Buy One, Get One Free or with a Buy One, Get One at a %
off promotion.

Comments

  1. katie

    i am a rite aid employee and i was wondering why i have customers showing me emails stating that you can now use bogo coupons on bogo promotions(this was from rite aid corporation)…i looked on the portal and couldn’t find this update. this causes confusion for both employees and customers, and possibly loss of customers. so what is the current policy? is it the one showed above?

  2. Leslie

    Hi i was wondering when theres a sale at rite aid stating buy $20 of certain products get $10 up rewards do you have to buy all the 20 dollars at the same shopping trip or transaction?

  3. Yesenia

    Hi ! I have a quick question. This week at Rite Aid Maybelline Makeup is BOGO 1/2 off. There are items I have found that are 50% off. Would I be able to buy one item 50% off and then get the other one half off, so technically free or not ?

    thank you. !

  4. Ashley F.

    I’m glad they are using the policy, but I’m not thrilled with the language they use. The first sentence literally reads: We’ll take 1 BOGO coupon for two items, but that’s it. Then it says you CAN use a cents off coupon with a BOGO coupon. That’s completely contradictory and I’m hoping it doesn’t cause trouble for couponers. Thankfully, my local Rite-Aid employees are pretty cool.

  5. Grace

    <— wiping sweat off my forehead! :)

  6. Thank you! This is fantastic!

  7. Meg

    Thanks for clearing that up. I was trying not to panic :)

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