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Rite Aid – Common Sense with Money has the Rite Aid coupon deals including Werther’s Original for as low as FREE, Luden’s Cough Drops for $.50 each after coupon and SCR, Nivea Lip Care for $1 each, and Kleenex Facial Tissue for $.71 each after coupon.
CVS — Bargain Briana shares all the CVS coupon dealsincluding Di-Gel Liquid for FREE, St. Joseph Aspirin for FREE, Post Honey Bunches of Oats, Great Grains, or Raisin Medley for as low as $1 each, Clorox Bathroom Cleaner, Clean-up, or Tilex for $2, and Speedstick or Lady Speedstick for $.99.
Drugstore rewards comparison – Bargain Babe recently compared the drugstore rewards programs for CVS, Rite Aid and Walgreens to determine which store has the best policy.
New to coupons? Check out Bargain Babe’s post on coupon clipping basics. If you want to take advantage of these deals, make sure to save the coupon inserts you receive in the mail or with your Sunday newspaper. Here’s a great suggestion for how to handle coupon organization.