Rite Aid Allergy Double Dip

Next week (5/1/11) there will be a double dip offer with Benadryl and Zyrtec.  We go thru a ton of Benadryl, so this could turn out to be great.

Buy $14.00 worth of Benadryl Ultratab 100 ct  or Zyrtec 70 ct and get a $4.00 UPR {limit 4}.  In addition, there is a $20 store certificate when you buy $75.00 worth of Benadryl or Zyrtec.  You must sign up here to be eligible for the reward you must be signed up BEFORE you purchase.

Knowing Rite Aid’s umm… lag in the computer system, I would sign up now. This deal may not be great, but it could be good if you need these products. So make sure you register your card just incase.



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  • Sal


    I was hoping comments from this post would show up in my email since the box is checked below…but they’re not :(
    Can you help please?!

    • Shannon


      unfortunately, it isnt’ working.. when I changed platforms, the plugin decided it wasnt going towork. It is on my to do list.

      • Sal

        Ohhh! Thanks for letting me know since I’ve been prone to being, well, not so smart, shall we say…

  • Heather

    I entered my wellness card # and it responded with a notice saying it would take 2-3 days for it to go through. So, definitely give it some time before purchasing!!

    • Shannon

      Yep, thats why I thought we should get on it :)

  • Sal

    To both of you:
    There are Qs on the benadryl website for $1 and there are also $1 coupons in an allergy booklet I found at RA (which includes 3 different benadryl coupons and 1 Zrytec coupon). These were on a shelf on an endcap, laying flat. They didn’t draw any attention to themselves so might require you to look a little harder around allergy med displays.

    I’m also wonderinig about doing this benadryl deal this week- 10 up when you buy $25 worth of benadryl. Any reason not to?

  • Sandie Reese

    Are you aware of any coupons available online or elsewhere for either one of these products to sweeten the deal?