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Rite-Aid Single Check Rebates

Posted on Sunday, October 3rd, 2010 at 9:03 am
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Get money in the mail!

Get money in the mail!

Wondering how to do the Rite-Aid Single Check Rebates? I can help. Here is some information on exactly how the Rite-Aid Single Check Rebate program works, along with some tips on getting the most out of it.

If you aren’t taking advantage of Rite-Aid Single check Rebate program, you could be missing out on hundreds of dollars on qualifying items. For the month of October, for example, there are more than $450 worth of single check rebates available.

The way it works is that you first have to set up an account at the Rite-Aid website. You only have to do this once.

Next, you shop for items that offer rebates. Hold on to your receipts. After your purchase, you enter the information from the receipts on the website. it tallies all of your rebate information and tells you how much you can get back. Then you simply request your check. Once you do that, the check is mailed to you, and you get it in about two weeks.

You can only request a check once a month, so make sure that you have all of your qualifying purchases in before you request it.

This month there are more than 80 products that qualify for Rite-Aid single check rebates. You’ll have to purchase the items from between 9/24 to 10/21 (the Rite-Aid month is off from the calendar month), and you’ll have to submit your receipts by 10/22.

The highest dollar value rebates are for Hewlett Packard DVD-R or DVD+R 25 Pack or the Vextra Boombox. You get $10 back from these. Sometimes the rebates require you to purchase multiple items to qualify. For example, you have to purchase two of the GE Longer life Lightbulbs 2 pack to get a $2 rebate.

Another thing to know is that there are also limits on multiples, so you can’t do the same rebate over and over on a product. Sometimes this limit can be as low as one or as high as three. It all depends on the value of the product.

Another limit or requirement might be dollar amount. This month, for example, you’ll have to purchase $25 worth of Similac/PediaSure/Isomil to get the $5 Rite-Aid rebate.

If you watch the rebates carefully, you could get a lot of products for free because many of the Rite-Aid rebates give you the full price of the product back in the rebate form.

Be sure to check back to the FreeCoupons blog. I’ll post any really good Rite-Aid Single Check rebate offers when they are available (along with free printable coupons, good deal alerts, coupon codes and more savings advice).

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