Changes to the Rite Aid Coupon Policy

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Rite Aid has officially updated their coupon policy. From what I can tell there are really two major changes you need to be aware of.

I really think we can expect to see more and more changes like this. It was really only a matter of time. Make sure you print a copy of the new policy and take it with you when you do your shopping.

  • BOGO coupons cannot be used in conjunction with a BOGO Free promotion.
  • Rite Aid may accept up to 4 identical coupons for the same number of qualifying items as long as there is sufficient stock to satisfy other customers within the store manager’s sole discretion.


  1. Samantha Clattenburg via Facebook 8pm, May 25

    I hope the extreme couponers 15 minutes of fame was worth it, because pretty soon, their 99% savings scores are coming to an end.

  2. Frugal Day via Facebook 8pm, May 25

    I couldn’t agree more Samantha. It’s so frustrating that people still tune in and watch it each week. I don’t blame the companies either. I’ve been saying all along it was only time before we started seeing major changes.

  3. Samantha Clattenburg via Facebook 8pm, May 25

    Oh I knew it from the first episode. Makes me mad really. You know, I am in NH, which I know your site is in California, but all the major drug store chains are the same. I appreciate what you do. I appreciate this Rite Aid post too. I do REALLY well there, so I don’t want to find out at the register that I am not allowed to do something. Thank you sincerely.

  4. Kim 7am, May 26

    It is frustrating that we all try to clip just to save not stock up for 10 years plus. I believe that way of shopping and coupon use is just greed.

  5. Dana 2pm, May 26

    I’m glad that they are stopping people from using more than 4 like coupons! It was so bad in my area that I couldn’t find ANY of babies sensitive formula because people kept buying all of it with their coupons. Then they say, “it’s ok. I’m donating a lot!” But my baby can’t eat because you want a tax break?!

    I agree with Kim. There is a difference between couponing to save money, and couponing with insanity and greed. One lady here lined her back porch in Fuze drinks because she bought so many. AND she STILL has 20 cases of it that haven’t been opened. That’s just greed.

  6. Cam 2pm, May 26

    You are so right Dana, I could’t agree more. I am very sad to see the B1G1 deals go!

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