Rite Aid Fall Gift of Savings Rebate Program

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Posted on 10/06/2009

Few places offer the incredible deals that can be uncovered every week at Rite Aid. From food to first aid there are great ways to save money simply by spending a few minutes studying the weekly circular. And now they’ve got a new way to help cut costs called the Rite Aid Fall Gift of Savings Program. Here’s how it works and how it can save you plenty of money.

Go Shopping
The first step is simple. Head to your local Rite Aid store and start shopping. Just about everything you buy can count towards the Fall Gift of Savings Rebate Program except for prescriptions, lottery tickets, alcohol, money orders, gift certificates, gift cards, prepaid cards and few other items. Just remember, save your receipts because the more you buy the more you’ll save.


Head to RiteAid.com
Once you’ve done all the shopping you can or want to do between now and October 17, head to RiteAid.com to submit your information. It won’t take long or be very complicated. You’ll just need to enter some numbers from each of your receipts. Make sure you take care of this by the November 17 deadline.


Wait for Your Money
Once you submit your receipts, Rite Aid will send you a Rite Aid gift card worth as much as $20 to use on future purchases. If you spend over $100 you’ll get $20 back. When you spend between $51-$100 you qualify for a $10 rebate. Spend between $25-$50 and Rite Aid will give you $5 back.


Go Shopping Again
Your rebate will come in the form of a Rite Aid gift certificate that can be used on just about everything in the store. The gift certificate will be good until February 28, 2010 so go ahead, start shopping!


*Because we’re committed to full disclosure here at The Bargainist, we want you to know that Rite Aid is sponsoring our Fall Gift Savings series as a way to help get the word out about this valuable program.


By Alison Storm

* Hot deals expire quickly. This deal may no longer be valid.

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