It sounds like Rite Aid heard from more than a few upset customers with their new coupon policy last week. Many customers were rightfully upset when the new wording stated that coupons would no longer be accepted on the second item in a B1G1 xx% off pair.
Rite Aid listened, and released an updated policy with much clearer wording, and an adjustment to the policy. Read the whole policy here, and print one for your binder. The most important change from last week:
Customers can use up to two coupons with a Buy One, Get One at a % off promotion, provided the total value of the coupons does not exceed the selling price of the two items combined.
(So if something’s $1, on sale B1G1 50% off, you could use two 75¢ coupons to get both free, but not two $1 coupons.)
One other change that I didn’t mention last week, under “Internet Coupons,” there is no longer a limit on the value of printable coupons–yay!
If you get a chance, swing by Rite Aid’s Facebook page and tell them thank you for making the adjustment. It means better deals for us, and we want to let coupon-friendly stores know we appreciate it by following their policies and using coupons ethically.