I headed to Rite Aid yesterday to buy cold medicine. I’m fighting a bug that my sister brought home from school. While there, I wandered over to the candy aisle and found some sweet candy deals!
Here’s a list of some of the candy that’s on sale with your wellness+ card:
- Brach’s Jelly Eggs 9 oz. – $.88
- Sixlets – $0.88
- Peeps 5 – 12 ct. – $0.88
- Skittles Pastel Mix 13 oz. – $1.99
- Edible Easter Grass – $1.99
- Skittles or Starburst Fun Size 7.3 oz. Sour Patch Bunnies 9.5 oz. – $1.99
- Easter M&M’s – $2.99 plus get $1 +UP Reward
- Hershey’s, Reese’s or Cadbury Easter Bags 8 – 8.5 oz., Reese’s Pieces Pastel Eggs 10 oz. – $2.99 plus get $1 +UP Reward
Our friends over at Hip to Save share Easter candy deals from CVS and Walgreens! Here’s how they got their deal at Rite Aid:
Buy 2 Nestle NestEggs 8 oz. $2.99 each
Use the $1/2 coupon from the 3/25 RP
Get 2 $1 +Up Rewards (limit 2 offers)
Final Cost $1.49 each!
You can get the same deal with the Easter M&M brand candy. The bags come with a $1 off 2 bags coupon you can peel off and use. I came home with peanut M&M’s, but you can also get Snickers, Milky Way, Twix, and 3 Musketeers. The final cost with the $1 +Up Rewards is $1.49 each, as well. I can’t wait to get my sense of taste back!
Bargain Babe has written about dollar store Easter deals before so don’t rule out your local store if you’re looking for Easter baskets or eggs to dye. Here’s how to make your own Easter egg dyes to save money. Don’t forget to compare prices! On Monday, I scored a dozen eggs at Ralphs for $.88!
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