Take this coupon into Rite Aid and get a 10-count box of free Breathe Right strips. The coupon doesn’t expire until May 29, so that’s nice.
What happens if you wear all ten at once? Does that give you ten times the amount of oxygen you’d normally get? Don’t worry, I plan on testing this out in the interest of science / filling a lazy Tuesday afternoon.
It seems like Rite Aid is back at it again and offering out another free 8×10 photo collage. Make sure you use the promo code/coupon FREECOLLAGE and whammo! Freeness! Of course, its all at this link, and you want to do the in-store pickup to avoid any shipping fees too…
Now the only problem is that I don’t have any recent pictures… maybe I’d better get to it!
Have a nearby Rite Aid? Then use promo code FREE5X7JN and order a free 5×7 photo print or collage. Make sure to do in-store pick-up so you avoid the shipping fee. I tried ordering my photo this morning, but I kept having minor heart attacks while simultaneously watching the American World Cup game.
Don’t forget about their Wellness Rewards program either. As I wrote about earlier, it’s a rewards system that’s free to join. You earn points for every purchase you make and then can cash them in for rewards and coupons.
[thanks Deal Seeking Mom!]
Walgreens has certain Reach toothbrushes on sale today for $0.99 which, when combined with the $2/2 Reach coupon on Coupons.com, makes them free! My Wags was already out by the time I got there and some people have reported that it didn’t work for them, so I wouldn’t go out of my way. Still, if you know you’ll be passing by one of their stores this afternoon, it might be worth a shot.
Additionally at Rite Aid, Reach double packs are $3.99 with $3 in Single Check Rebates (SCR). After the coupon, you end up paying $2 and can send off for a $3 rebate check. You’ve got until tomorrow, June 12, in order to make this purchase if you want to qualify for the rebate.
This is the deal I ended up going with (as well as my first time doing a SCR), because I finally realized making a dollar was better than free. Three cheers for public education!