This week, I bought a hair highlighting kit from Rite Aid. I’d never had my hair colored or highlighted before, but I decided to go for it. I don’t know if it’s because of winter or simply because I’m getting older, but my hair is getting darker. One of the last times I saw my parents, they thought I had dyed it–it was that dramatic.
Anyway, if you’d like a cheap package of Garnier Nutrisse multi-lights hair highlights kit, go to Rite Aid now through Saturday.
You’ll want to grab the weekly sales flier, because there’s a $2 off coupon in the top left corner of page 2.
My box rang up at $3.89 on sale (the shelf price was higher. Sorry if the price is different at your store!). Use the $2 off coupon to make it $1.89. In the Sunday paper (I think) there was another $2 off coupon for the same product. Use both coupons (yes, totally allowed since one is a store coupon and the other is a manuf.), and buy another item so that the register won’t go berserk when you ring up at -$0.11.
I bought: Highlight kit ($3.89 -$2 -$2 = -0.11 overage)
and Garnier Fructis hairspray for $2.99 – $1 manufactuer’s coupon I had, so $1.99 out of pocket.
ALSO…that hairspray is free after store rebate this week, so I’ll get $2.99 back. Not too bad.
Thanks for the free hair stuff, Rite Aid!
I like how the highlights turned out (subtle on me) so I think I’ll buy another kit this week for next time.
Finally, don’t forget that if you transfer a prescription to Rite Aid this month, you can get a $30 store gift card and an additional $10 back from the store. Click here for your coupon. Thanks, Heather, for the reminder!