Sunday, February 27, 2011



Rite Aid has a monthly rebate program called the Single Check Rebate (SCR). You can either pick up a rebate book from the front of the store each month or look at the list online.

When you make a purchase that’s eligible for an SCR, you can either enter your receipts online or save up all the receipts and mail them in at the end of the month. You can only make one check  request for the month, so it’s best to wait until the end of the month. Rite Aid makes their on-line SCR program so easy that I find it best to just enter my receipts into the computer after each shopping trip and then I just hit the "send me my check" button at the end of the month.  In just a few short weeks, you will receive your check! It is that easy!

In the weekly flyer, Rite Aid usually offers in-store coupons. These are Rite Aid coupons (unless they state Manufacturer Coupon on the top of them) and they can be stacked with manufacturer coupons (and combined with an SCR). This is one way to stretch your dollar... buy a item that has a rebate on it, you have a manufactures coupon for it, and a Rite Aid coupon for. Yes, that is right.. you can use two coupons on one item (if one is a Rite Aid and one is a Man, coupon) and then submit it for a SCR!

Occasionally, Rite Aid will also offer a coupon such as a  $5 off a $25 purchase that can be stacked with the other coupons and SCRs. You will want to purchase $25 worth of goods and give the $5 off $25 purchase coupon first and then hand the cashier the rest of your coupons. When you use multiple coupons on one item the coupon term for this is "stacking"!

So go give Rite Aid a try and come back and let us know how it went! HAPPY SHOPPING!

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