RITE AID SHOPPING
Rite Aid offers:
Single Check rebates- if you flip through an ad for Rite Aid, you'll notice that many items will say SCR by it. This stands for Single Check Rebate, which means that you can enter your receipt information online here (you'll need to register first) and get a rebate check for buying that item. There is a limit of how much of the same product you can get money back on- sometimes it is just 1 or 2 and sometimes it is more. You can enter numerous separate receipts for the month, but you can only request one check, so don't click "request rebate" until you are sure you're ready. (You can also see the items eligible for SCR's here)
You can use coupons with items that are eligible for Single Check Rebates and turn these deals into moneymakers! For example:
Crest toothpaste- $2.99, SCR or $2.99 (limit 2)
Buy 2 Crest toothpastes= $5.98
Use 2 $1.00/1 coupons = pay $3.98
Submit for (2) $2.99 rebates
= after rebate check, you made $2.00 and you have 2 free tubes of toothpaste.
You will see your rebate approved online within about 48 hours and your check will arrive in the mail a few days later. You can contact the Rite Aid Single Check Rebate Customer Care number for assistance: 1-888-213-9920 (8 AM – 7PM EST) or contact them here.
Rite Aid Coupons- you will also see Rite Aid store coupons in their sale ad that you can stack with manufacturer coupons to save even more. If, in the Crest toothpaste scenario above, there was an in-ad coupon for Crest, you could use that WITH the $1.00/1 manufacturer coupon (=stacking).
*Rite Aid also has "Money off a certain amount" coupons that you can use with all your other coupons. For example, they often have $5 off $25 coupons that will take $5 off your grand total BEFORE any other coupons you're redeeming. This helps to bring your total down, cover the left overs that your coupons didn't cover, and helps you to get things for free.
*Rite Aid also has a newer program called Rite Aid Video Values. You can watch short videos/advertisements online and earn credits for coupons for various products. These are also Rite Aid coupons and can be stacked with manufacturer coupons. Once you earn 20 video credits, you can print an additional $5/$20 in-store coupon. Go here to read more about the Video Values Program.
Any questions? Feel free to email me if something isn't clear!