Rite Aid: P&G Gift Card Pamper Scenario


The Rite Aid P&G Gift Card SCR that I told you about here starts tomorrow, 01/17. Lisa worked out a great scenario in the comments and I wanted to make sure I shared it with you.

Buy (1) 82 Count (Based on size 4) Pampers $19.99
use $5.00/$20.00 Video Values coupon
use $2.00/1 Pampers in 12/27 P&G
$12.99 Out of Pocket
$19.99 towards rebate

Rinse and repeat this scenario 4 more times.

Total will be $99.95 towards P&G rebate (you will need to purchase one item on the P&G list to be at $100.00)
You will have paid $64.95 out of pocket
Submit SCR for $35.00 Rebate
$29.95 Total after rebate for 410 diapers

Now, I there are other scenarios to help get you to the $100 mark too. You may consider only doing 4 packs of diapers and doing some of the items to get to the $100 mark.

If you haven’t done the Olay Rebates:

Pampers $19.99
Olay Quench $4.99
use $5.00/$25.00 printable
use $2.00/1 Olay in 01/17 PG
use $2.00/1 Pampers in 12/27 PG
Total $14.98 OOP
$24.98 towards rebate

Pampers $19.99
Olay Quench $4.99
use $5.00/$25.00 printable
use $2.00/1 Olay in 01/17 PG
use $2.00/1 Pampers in 12/27 PG
Total $29.96 OOP
$49.96 towards rebate

Pampers $19.99
Olay Cleanser $7.99
Olay Cleanser $3.99
Total $31.97
use $5.00/$25.00
use (2) $1.00/1 Olay in 12/27 PG
Use (1) $2.00/1 Pampers in 12/27 PG
Total $23.97 OOP
$73.93 towards rebate

Pampers $19.99
Always $6.99
Always $3.99
use $2.00/1 in 12/27 PG
use FREE Always with purchase Always 12/127 PG
use $5.00/$25.00
$19.98 OOP
$104.90 towards rebate

Total OOP $88.89
Get back $10.00 Olay Rebate
Get back $15.00 Olay Rebate
Get back $2.00 Always SCR
Get back $35.00 Gift Card
Total OOP $26.89

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  • Kristin

    It worked for me, and all I bought was pampers. You should call the customer support number and maybe they can help you figure out why it didn’t work.

  • mary

    i’ve already tried this deal and it DOESN’T WORK!! When I entered my reciepts for the rebate they didn’t show up as part of the visa rebate at all. My other products showed up, but not the pampers. I am VERY disappointed.

  • Ann

    Sandra, the visa GC promo runs through Feb & we should be getting another P&G insert before then as the last coupons exp. 1/31/10. HTH :)

  • Sandra

    I was wondering if anyone thinks there will be pampers coupons in the paper before the visa gift card promotion ends. I had one coupon and did some transactions with Olay products but I would love to get more diapers at this great price.

  • Sarah

    Maybe someone can help me understand how the SCR work? I have never used Rite Aid’s SCR before. If you do different transactions to use the $5/20 coupons for Pampers, will you be able to get the $35 rebate? I was thinking you could only submit one receipt for the rebate. Thanks for your help! :)

    • Shannon


      If you check out the Drug Store page there is a very detailed listing of how the SCR work.


  • I don’t mean to be a bummer, but if I print 5 copies of a coupon that has my name on it & the video rules state that I am only allowed to do this once a month, aren’t they going to get wise to this and not do any more promos like this? I don’t want to ruin a good thing…

    • Shannon


      Rite Aid is fully aware that you can print more than one…

  • Trish

    I don’t know if anyone else realized this but the math is wrong (in a good way):
    T#1 ends up being 15.98 OOP
    T#2 ends up being 15.98 OOP
    T#3 ends up being 22.97 OOP
    T#4 ends up being 19.98 OOP

    So a total of $74.91 OOP (not 88.89)
    Get back $10.00 Olay Rebate
    Get back $15.00 Olay Rebate
    Get back $2.00 Always SCR
    Get back $35.00 Gift Card
    Grand Total OOP $12.91

    For four packs of diapers and lots of good Olay products I think this is awesome!

  • Ruby

    I do multiple transactions all the time at Rite Aid. But I go when it opens at 8 and there is usually no one else there. Also the lady knows me and is always willing to help me out. When they had the prell shampoo deal, I wanted to buy 5 which would put my total to 25 so I could use the 5/25 coupon. However they were all sold out. She let me buy them (so I paid the same OOP if I hadn’t bought them or used the coupon) and then kept them behind the counter when they restocked for me! She is awesome!

  • I tried to do two transactions so I could use 2 $5 off coupons at our local Rite Aid and was refused today. It was irritating, but I’m new enough at this that I wasn’t sure if I could push it or not. I ended up going to another Rite Aid and purchased some of the stuff on my list.

    Do any of you have luck doing more than one transaction per visit? Or was that unrealistic of me to try?

  • Jenna

    how do you get your hands on 5 pampers $2 coupons???? it’s not such a great deal without them and i don’t have any.

    • Shannon


      They were in the P&G , if you didn’t get the papers you could always buy them from a clipping service.

  • Melissa

    Does the $20 that you have to get to for the $5-off-$20 coupon include tax? I was just wondering… Because if the Pampers are only $19.99, then I didn’t know if you would have to spend a little more on a small item to use the coupon like you would have to at Walgreens???

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  • Bethany

    Ok, I think I have the same question as a few of the gals above. I see how to get the $5/25, and how to print that multiple times. But the Video Values $5/20? I logged into Video Values, watched the first clip, earned 2 points. I’m wondering, when I get to 20 points, can I print multiple copies of the $5/20? Or do you need to end up watching bazillions of videos to get multiple copies of the $5/20?


    • Shannon


      You watch your 20 points worth, when you go to print , you can change the number to print. You only have one opportunity to do it.

      Hope that helps.

  • tiffany

    quick question, do you have to do this all in one trip to get the SCR or can you break it up in a couple of trips???

    • Shannon


      I would do several trips :)

  • julie

    Hey Christina, Thanks. I printed them. So do the work multiple times? Have you done that before.

  • christina

    when it pops up to print change the number of copies.

    • Shannon

      Thanks Christina!

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  • mae

    I was wondering the same question how do i get the video value pamper coupon? I just started couponing this weekend and i’m so excited.

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  • julie

    I have a question? How do you get four- $5.00/$20.00 video value coupons for the pampers deal. I know how to get the one.

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