3 Better Than FREE Right Guard Deodorant at ShopRite!

 

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Woot! We have another FREEBIE!  Through 1/27, ShopRite has the Right Guard Xtreme Deodorant on sale for $3.00.

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After coupons we can score 3 of these FREE + $0.98 money maker!

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  • imahuva

    How can we use 2 shoprite e-coupons on 1 set of 3 items? It won’t come off….
    Am I missing something?

    • there is only one ecoupon listed. the other is a printable

  • Mark

    Does anybody know the price at Stop and Shop? E-coupon there also and will get credit at S*.

    • MisterBill

      3 for $10. E-coupon took off $4.29 because that was the regular price and the insert B2G1F beeped at self scan (because it was over $4) but I got $4.29 for that one as well. Yes, the S* will work there. I probably should have printed the $4.99 coupon to use there instead of using the insert.

      • sl

        will the savingstar work at shoprite?

        • MisterBill

          Unlikely because it matches the e-coupon.

          • sl

            I believe u said that someone else said that redplum coupons used at Shoprite will not work at Savingstar.

            • MisterBill

              It’s not RP coupons, but e-coupons. In general, if the S* offer is related to a coupon that’s in the RP insert, it will not work with a matching e-coupon.

              I did this deal elsewhere (and it did work) but I bought the Ricola Herbal Immunity at SR and it doesn’t appear that I got the S* (which was expected).

      • Mark

        Thanks for the info.

    • Kathy

      I thought e-coupons combined with a paper coupon doesn’t work at S&S?

      • Igor

        Kathy, it depends what the e-coupon is. Most of them are digital manufacturer coupons, so technically you are not allowed to combine them with a printed mfg coupon (as per S&S and Giant coupon policy). You may get a cashier who doesn’t care and allow the printed coupon via manual override, but if they don’t, going to customer service may not help because they will likely deny it due to policy. If, on the other hand, it’s a store e-coupon (e.g “best for you”), those can be combined with a printed mfg coupon.

      • MisterBill

        Most cashiers will override. There is also a trick to getting them to work if you scan coupons before your card. But yes, per Igor, it is against their policy to use both.

        • Igor

          I got dinged a couple of times at two of my local PA Giants. It used to be easier as far as overrides, but I feel like lately the cashiers have been getting more training and/or pressure to be more vigilant with beeping coupons. I would imagine that if you’re only buying a few items, it’s very easy for them to spot “MC” after the item on their screen and disallow the paper coupon. Much more trouble if you’re buying lots of items.

          • MisterBill

            I’ve never had anyone question it but I generally scan them before the card to avoid that. I find that because the more the registers reject valid coupons, the more likely cashiers are to override rejections because they figure it’s just the register being overly picky.

        • Igor

          Mister Bill, I’m curious about the trick you had mentioned. I understand the idea, but how do you get it work? They always ask for your card upfront, even at self-scan…

          • MisterBill

            You don’t have to scan it right away, however. You can scan your items, scan the coupons, then click on “scan more items” and scan the card then. Then when you go to the payment page it will deduct all sale prices, e-coupons and doubled coupons.

            • Igor

              Awesome, maybe I’ll give it a try. Thanks for explaining!

        • nick hill

          Bad news at one of my local stores that I have used SCO often: a few days ago almost every coupon beeped (scanned card last) and had to be input by staff. The beepers were mainly under a dollar each before doubling and all were items that had digital coupons. When i scanned my card at the end and paid the total was higher than expected as not one digital came off for any of the items I had a paper coupon for! I returned most items as they were for donation as I had hoped (yes, I know the policy 🙂 they would be close to free or better. Will try another favorite store today.

          • IK

            this is really weird…hoping it’s some kind of glitch…

  • Michelle T.

    I bought the RG yesterday at SR. The ecoupon came off for $4.99, but the printed coupon came off for $3.79, which is the PrePricePlus price. It looked like it automatically came off this way when they put in the approval for the coupon. Unless the price was entered remotely, but the cashier did not put in the price.I was not going to complain, since it was so close to free and I like to fly under the radar LOL

    • Kathy

      I kind of lucked out on this at SR. The paper $4.99/3 coupon beeped at checkout and when the cashier saw it, she mistakenly adjusted the coupon amount to $3 (thinking it was a coupon off one deodorant and that it beeped cuz they were only $3 ea). I only noticed it when I was checking the receipt before leaving the store. It was late and her line was empty so I went back and asked why she changed the value (which is when she gave me the explanation and realized her error) and she gave me the coupon back, which I took to CS and they credited me $2.12 ($1.99 + taxes). The e-coupon came off for the full $4.99.

    • MisterBill

      It’s because the coupon is coded as B2G1F, even though the printable one says $4.99 off If the cashier tries to enter it for that amount the register beeps because it knows the price of the single item is $3.79 and needs an override to go over that (and not a simple override, as I recall).