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Winder Gallon Milk for $1.69 at SLC Rite Aid!!


Winder Farm Nonfat Milk is $2.69 at Rite Aid!  That's the regular price!!  Cheapest I've seen it.  If you go to Rite Aid Video Values you can print 2 $1/1 non-prescription purchase coupons after you watch 2 commercials.

After you watch them go to the Rewards Tab at the top and print.  You can of course use these on something other than milk.  :)  I believe you need 2 $1 or more items to use both...but I could be wrong.  You may be able to use both to get the milk for 69 cents since the amount is over $2.

I've only confirmed that they sell Winder Milk at the SLC store.  You might want to call ahead if your going to a different location.

Also Winder Whole Milk is $2.99
I'll have my full Rite Aid trip up soon....it was awesome. :):)


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