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How to Save at Rite Aid

Posted on Thursday, May 5th, 2011 at 2:14 pm
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If you like doing drugstore deals, you’ll love Rite Aid. That is because Rite Aid offers many different opportunities to save money and get groceries for free. Here are some shopping tips on how to save at Rite Aid.

Rite Aid Store Coupons

The nice thing about store coupons is that they can be stacked with manufacturer coupons to get great deals. This can double your savings on your purchases and often results in getting things for free.

There are several places where you can find Rite Aid store coupons.

Check out the weekly Rite Aid flyer. You will often find store coupons here. The flyer is usually available in the Sunday newspaper or mailed to your home, as well as in the store itself.

You can often get some high value Rite Aid coupons right at the bottom of your register receipt. Whenever you check out, always look here. You don’t want to accidentally toss out a good coupon.

Video Values is another way to get coupons by earning them. You watch videos and then are rewarded with Rite Aid coupons.

Rewards Coupons

You can also get coupons that are in the form of rewards. The coupons are rewarded to you when you make certain purchases. The nice thing about these types of coupons is that they can be stacked with both Rite Aid store coupons and manufacturer coupons for a triple deal! There is a limit of using only one of these types of coupons per transaction.

They are also known as purchase based coupons.

When you want to a triple stack, you should give your coupons to the cashier in a certain order. How the coupons are rung up can affect the deal. First hand over any rewards coupons, then hand over any manufacturer coupons and then finally hand over any Rite Aid store coupons.

Getting Single Check Rebates

There is yet another way to save at Rite Aid, this time in the form of Single Check Rebates (SCR). Instead of mailing in forms and receipts for a rebate, you can submit them all online. You’ll have to check the schedule, which varies, to know the deadlines for submitting your receipts.

The nice thing about SCRs is that you don’t have to make all of your purchases on one transaction. You just have to purchase them all within the time frame. For example, if you need to buy two packs of diaper, you can can one pack on one day and a second pack on another day and still qualify to get the SCR.

You can only receive one check per month, so it pays to do all of your rebates for a given time period before requesting your check. The check will arrive in one or two weeks.

Click here to check out the current Rite Aid match up deals.

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Good Tip: Saving money is important – especially if you have a lot of expenses like bills to pay, loans to pay off, and all the other things that drain your bank account. Figuring out a way to save money can feel tedious to some, and like a punishment to others. U.S. News suggests that you try one of these money saving challenges. The “No Eating Out for a Month” Challenge This one is self-explanatory. The goal is to avoid eating out for an entire month. This might be super easy for people who enjoy making meals at home. People who really enjoy dining out, or ordering food to be sent to their home, may struggle with this one. It’s worth a try because spending money on take-out is more expensive than buying groceries. The Pantry Challenge This one is a variation of the “No Eating Out for a Month” challenge. The goal is to use up all of your groceries before you buy more. It forces you to try and remember why you bought a food or beverage that you don’t know what to do with, and gives you the opportunity to find a way to use it. The one exemption to this challenge is the foods that have expired. Don’t eat them! Throw them in the trash. The “No Spend” Challenge Make a goal to avoid spending money during an entire weekend. The only exemption in this challenge is that you are allowed to pay bills. This challenge is interesting because it requires creativity. You must be creative and find workarounds for problems that you would typically solve by spending money. You may have a different outlook on spending after finishing this challenge.