I called Rite Aid customer service about a week ago and asked for a copy for their coupon policy after one of my readers had trouble using a printable coupon. The policy does state that Rite Aid will not accept any printable coupons other than ones with the Rite Aid name and logo; however, many stores do accept any printable. You will just have to check your local store. Also, I have heard that people are having trouble combining manufacturers’ coupons and Rite Aid coupons. There is nothing in the policy that states that you cannot use both.
Rite Aid Coupon Policy:
Rite Aid accepts four types of coupons: 1) those generated by the manufacturer and found in newspapers; 2) manufacturer’s coupons found in Rite Aid circulars; 3) Rite Aid store coupons, also known as “valuable coupons,” that also are found in Rite Aid circulars; and, 4) only those internet coupons that contain the official Rite Aid name and logo as authorized and recognized by Rite Aid. Note: Rite Aid will not accept ANY “free product” internet coupons.
Rite Aid will not honor coupons that have expired, or have been, or appear to have been reproduced, altered, or misused in any way. This includes coupons that have been, or appear to have been scanned, electronically reproduced, or obtained via internet (other than those taken from the Rite Aid website or another authorized website, and/or bear the official Rite Aid name and logo). Coupons may not be reproduced, photocopied, trimmed, or altered in any way.
Rite Aid reserves the right to deny redemption for coupons that exhibit signs of misrepresentation, including, but not limited to: “gang cut” (coupons presented in bulk that appear to have been cut by machine – a form of coupon fraud), similar cuts and tears, or sequential number patterns. Coupons may not be reproduced, photocopied, trimmed, or altered in any way by the customer or Rite Aid associate.