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Rite Aid: Dreyer’s/Edy’s Frozen Fruit Bars for as low as $0.16 per box!

If your store is all out of the Dreyer’s/Edy’s ice cream, you can get Fruit Bars instead:

Buy 6 boxes of Dreyer’s or Edy’s Frozen Fruit Bars at $2.99 each
Spend $17.94 tax out of pocket, Get 6 $2 UP Rewards + 1 $5 UP reward
$0.16 each after Up Rewards!

There is a limit of one $5 UP Reward per household, but the $2 UP Rewards will roll.

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9 Comments

  • Kari says:

    We don’t have a Rite Aid, but for those of you who do…you need to get this deal! These strawberry fruit bars are AMAZING!

  • Stormie says:

    I’m from Maine and haven’t been able to find this deal at my local Rite Aid 🙁 Those frozen pops are really good 🙂

  • NV says:

    My 5 year old eats one of these every night after dinner.

  • Julie says:

    We have four rite aids in our small town and only one has a freezer section. They are having trouble with distributors or something and havent received any ice cream at all, so no edy’s deals for me. 🙁

  • Jen says:

    I did the deal with the ice cream. Can I go back and do the fruit bar deal, too? (i.e. will the $5 UP reward print again a 2nd time?)

  • Lori says:

    I have a question regarding the UP rewards – I’m pretty new to all of this. When you spend the 17.94 + tax, I understand that the UPs print out, but do they come off of this total right away, or do you have to come back at a later time and use those toward something else? Thanks!!

  • Amber says:

    AWESOME DEAL! As soon as I saw this this evening I went right down and bought my 6! I wish they had the Fruit Bars though 🙁 Thanks so much for sharing!

  • Diane says:

    I’m from Pennsylvania and this deal is not in our circular at all. Are the Rite Aid deals different for different parts of the country?

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