FREE GE Light Bulbs at Rite Aid
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FREE GE Light Bulbs at Rite Aid

Posted on Tuesday, September 15th, 2015 at 9:46 am
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Here’s a rare freebie at Rite Aid that you won’t want to miss! Stock up for when you need them!


Rite Aid (9/13 – 9/20)
Buy 1 participating GE Product, Get 799 Points (=$7.99); Limit 1

– $1.00/1 GE Lighting Product; Includes Products Retailing at $4 or More
– $1.00/1 GE Energy Smart, Reveal, LED or Soft White Lighting Product Purchase of $4 or More – 9-13-15 SS (exp. 11/01/15)

Out-of-Pocket Price: $6.99
Final Price: Free
Buy 1; Use $1.00/1 Coupon; Includes 799 Points (=$7.99)

GE Light Bulbs
$7.99Includes: Halogen, 4 pk; Reveal, 2 pk; LED, 1 pk; and CFL, 2 pk
$6.99Buy 1; Use $1.00/1 Coupon; Includes 799 Points (=$7.99)

 See more of this week’s great Rite Aid deals HERE!



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