Rite Aid $5.00 Challenge: Week of July 31

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Welcome to the Rite Aid $5.00 Challenge. The place to go for simple Rite Aid scenarios with step-by-step instructions. Huge thanks to Bryana of Coupons on Caffeine for providing the scenarios!

See the complete list of this week’s Rite Aid deals here.

You will need a Wellness+ Rewards Card to get started. Grab one at your store or sign up for one here and print off a temporary card. Be sure to get familiar with the official Rite Aid Coupon Acceptance Policy.

Then register your card with Upromise, Rite Aid Wellness On Line, and Rite Aid Video Values for the most savings.

If you are a first time visitor, here’s the lowdown:

Join me on Sundays as I host The Rite Aid $5.00 Challenge!

Seasoned Rite Aid Divas: share your best scenario(s) for the upcoming week at Rite Aid.

Your budget: $5.00 out-of-pocket cash.

Your mission: To grow that $5.00 into even more + Up rewards to use in upcoming weeks.

Want to participate? Start by reading the rules here. Curious how to do multiple transactions while shopping? Read FAQ’s.


Here is one $5 Scenario for the week of July 31st:
*coupons in red

Transaction #1
Buy 1 Bic Soleil razors @ $4.99
– $1.00/1 any Rite Aid Ad Perks Printable Coupon
- $3.00/Bic Razor (SS insert 4/10/11 )

Total After Coupons = $0.99

+UP Rewards earned= $1.00

Transaction #2
Buy 1 Oral B Complete Cross Action Toothbrush @ $5.99 each
- $3.00/1 oral B ( PG insert 7/31/11)
Pay with $1.00 + UP Rewards from above

Total After Coupons and +UP Rewards = $1.99

+UP Rewards earned= $0.00 Send in for $2.99 Single Check Rebate

Grand Total OOP= $2.98

Total Value= $10.98 with $2.99 Single Check Rebate Pending


Let’s see what fabulous scenarios you come up with for $5.00 or less! Simply post your scenarios on your blog, then leave your link below.

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  1. saddy ortiz says

    what does scr mean. I couldn’t find it under coupon lingo. there was a scenario for rite aid this week and Ididn’t understand what it meant when you put SCR. thank you.

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