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This is Why I Shop At Rite-Aid

I have been shopping at Rite-Aid over the last two months using a combination of coupons and rebates. I estimate that I have saved a little over $63 off retail prices in just four shopping trips. The Rite-Aid sales usually fit hand in hand with the newspaper coupons found in the Washington Post. In addition, Rite-Aid has a rebate program called Single Check Rebates. After you shop at Rite-Aid you log on to riteaid.com and enter the store #, register #, transaction #, and date from your receipt. At the end of a rebate cycle, (usually one month), you simply click a button on the website and request your check. Most of the rebates will give you a dollar or two off of your purchase, but every couple of months you’ll find a rebate that covers the entire price. Check out some of the unbelievable prices I paid below:
  • Electrasol Gel (2) — $.35 (after $2 rebate & .50 coupon)
  • Palmolive Dish Soap (2) — $.35 (after $1 coupon)
  • Soleil Razors (2 packs w/ 2 bonus razors) — $1.88 (after $2 coupon)
  • Softsoap Hand Soap (3) — $.82 (after $1.50 coupon)
  • Softsoap Body Soap (3) — $.99 (after $2 coupon)
  • Lemon Pledge — $1 (after $1 rebate & $1 coupon)
  • Dove Milk Chocolate Almonds — Free after rebate
  • Head & Shoulders Shampoo — $2.99 (after $4 coupon)
  • Oral B Toothbrush — Free after rebate
  • Sunlight Gel (2) — $.50 each (after $3 rebate)
  • Lysol Wipes (2) — $.01 (after $2 rebate & $1 coupon)
  • Dawn with Bleach (1) — $.49 (after $.50 coupon)

Alexandra

Friday 23rd of February 2007

I love Riteaid rebates as well...they make it so easy with submitting your rebate online, and the checks come relatively quickly.