Each store has different coupon policies and incentives. It can sometimes be hard to understand and remember how each one works. The following is an overview of several of the stores that you will see on The Frugal Friends Frequently.
Rite Aid will accept one manufacturer coupon and one Rite Aid Store coupon per item. This means greater savings for YOU! There are several places you can find Rite Aid Coupons. Their weekly circular as well as signing up for Rite Aid Video Values are a couple of great places to start. Take advantage of this great opportunity to stack both coupons and make for some awesome deals. Rite Aid also offers a couple of store incentives...Single Check Rebates and +Up Rewards. Each week in their sale paper you will notice items that have offers for either one of these. If you purchase something eligible for the Single Check Rebate, you will receive a check in the mail for the amount specified. You can sign up and read more about Rite Aid Single Check Rebate Program Here. +Up rewards require you to sign up for a Wellness Card. Similar to a Kroger plus card, this store loyalty card allows you access to the sales each week and allows you to take part in the +up rewards program. Purchase an item specified with a +up reward for the week and then your reward will print at the bottom of your receipt after checking out. This can be used toward your next in store purchase. To view Rite Aid's Corporate Coupon Policy go here.
Like Rite Aid, Walgreens will accept one manufacturers coupon and one store coupon per item. You can find Walgreens store coupons located in the Walgreens Savings book near the front of your store. Each month a new book is available. Walgreens store incentive is called Register Rewards. Purchase an item that is eligible for a Register Reward and after check out, you will receive a Catalina coupon for that specific value. The coupon is good for your next in store purchase. For Walgreens Coupon Policy go here
Like the two before, CVS will take one manufacturer's coupon and one store coupon per item. You will need to sign up for an Extra Care Card to take advantage of their store loyalty program. Extra Care Bucks works much like the others, purchase an item that is eligible for ECB and then after checking out, your ECB will print at the bottom of your receipt. Good on your next in store purchase. Also, a neat feature that CVS has is the "Magic Coupon Machine". When you enter CVS, scan your card at the kiosk to receive additional savings in CVS coupons.
Kroger will double coupons up to .50 every day (at my local store). You can also add ecoupons to your card by enrolling your card here. To use your ecoupon, simply present your card to the cashier and they will be automatically taken off your bill.
To view Walmart's Coupon policy go here