Went to Rite-Aid last night and made $1.50 on Johnson’s Baby Bath! Plus, my total order was a little over $25, which allowed me to use the $5/$25 Coupon as well. What’s different about this deal scenario is that I added the new $2.00 Wellness Coupon from here, that’s good for any skin care item!!

Here’s the recap from my weekly Rite-Aid deals post:

Johnson’s Baby Care (15oz) – $3.99 (online) – BOGO for $0.01 (prices at my store started at $4.49)
Buy (2) Products priced at $4.49+ $0.01
Use (2) $1.00 Qs from 12/13 or 1/3 RP or use any of the following printable Qs, depending on what product you’re purchasing:
$1.00/1 Johnson’s Baby Product
$1.00/1 Johnson’s Baby Bubble Bath
$1.00/1 Johnson’s Baby Lotion, Baby Cream, Moisture Care Wash or Baby Oil
$1.00/1 Johnson’s Baby Oil or Baby Oil Gel
$1.00/1 Johnson’s Bedtime Bubble Bath & Wash
$1.00/1 Johnson’s Head-to-Toe Fragrance Free Lotion
$1.00/1 Johnson’s Shampoo
$1.00/1 Johnson’s No More Tangles
$1.00/1 Johnson’s Moisture Care Baby Wash or Lotion
$1.00/1 Johnson’s Soothing Vapor Bath
$1.00/1 Johnson’s Baby Lotion
$2.00/2 Johnson’s Newborn Skin Essentials 
$2.00/2 Johnson’s Bedtime Products

Plus, use (2) $1.00 Rite Aid Video Values Qs from here (will need 2 logins)
Plus, use (1) $2.00 Wellness Q from
here (good for any skin care item over $2.99)

Final cost is 2 for FREE + $1.50 overage (make sure you have other items to cover this)

You’re mileage may vary on this one…as I have heard reports that some stores will not allow more than (1) Video Values or Wellness Q per transaction/item…blah blah blah. My store happens to be awesome about coupons and I had absolutely no problems doing this deal last night. I even checked out with the store manager and she was great!

Also…this is the last week of the Game of Life Promo. My cashier/Manager gave me a HUGE stack of game pieces since they’re going to just go to waste soon anyway! If you have a good rapport with you’re Rite-Aid cashiers, just ask!

I also bought Dixie Plates, Snickers, Purevia and Kleenex (see weekly post for details) and walked out of there paying just $1.83!! SA-weet!!

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Betty

February 26, 201008:28 am

You are suppose to only use one Rite Aid video coupon per person, it states it on the Rite Aid coupon.

Julie

February 25, 201011:45 pm

I thought that might have been what you did. I am newer to couponing and can never seem to make deals work the way I want. I am planning a trip tomorrow and wanted to make sure I had everything right. Thank you again for the help.

Julie

February 25, 201010:12 pm

I think I'm confused. When I add up the coupons, I keep coming up with an overage of $3.50. When you do this deal, you use 2 of each coupon, right, or just one of the wellness because one is just a penny. Thanks for the help.

Katarina

February 25, 201011:07 pm

Julie...you're math is correct the way I typed it out. I actually just used one Wellness Coupon, not 2 (I have changed the post to reflect this). I'm not sure that this Q would work on the item priced at $0.01, but you could always try! Sorry about the confusion!

Katarina

February 25, 201008:51 pm

Lydia, Like I said, this really depends on what your cashier will allow. I checked out with the store manager and none of the coupons even beeped, so everything went through fine. It's definately worth a try!

Lydia

February 25, 201007:35 pm

I didn't think using the Wellness coupons and the VV coupons together was allowed. They are both store coupons and only one store coupon per item, right? Is that not the case?

Sarah's Deals

February 25, 201012:30 pm

Awesome find and amazing job putting it together!