The Rite Aid Gift of Savings Promotion is back this holiday season. If you purchase $25 – $50 worth of qualifying items at Rite Aid you can earn a $5.00 Rite Aid gift certificate. Spend $50.01 – $100.00 to earn a $10.00 gift certificate and $100.01 or more to earn a $20.00 gift certificate.
In order to participate you’ll need to create an account on the Rite Aid website. If you participate in the Rite Aid Single Check Rebates program I think you can use the same user ID and password. Simply shop in Rite Aid stores from November 16th – December 24th and enter all of your receipt information into the Rite Aid rebate program website. Qualifying receipts must be submitted by January 26, 2009. The promotion claims that all gift certificates will be mailed after the promotional period ends and awarded gift certificates will expire by April 30, 2009.
To take advantage of this deal it’s a good idea to combine the power of the Gift of Savings promotion with Rite Aid’s standard Single Check Rebates program. There are typically a ton of Rite Aid rebates in November and December. Last year I used a combination of coupons and single-check rebates to earn the additional Gift of Savings award without spending any extra money. For more information on the Rite Aid holiday program click here.