FREE Contact Lens Solution at Rite Aid + Make a Buck or Two

If you are trying to get the hang of Rite Aid, this week is a great chance to cut your teeth!  If you wear contacts and need saline solution, you can get a full rebate on your purchase.  And the rebates are processed online- no cutting UPC codes or stamps, so it’s VERY easy to do.

Step 1: If you still have coupons from the January 2nd Smart Source insert cut out the coupon for $1 off Complete Multi-Purpose Lens Solution.  If not it’s no big deal, just start at step 2.  (Also if you are comfortable using Rite Aid Video Values, you can print a coupon for $1 off any purchase at Rite Aid.  You can use both of those coupons together or just one or the other.) 

Step 2: Head to Rite Aid.  Find the Complete Multi Purpose Solution.  It should have a yellow tag in front of it says the price is $7.99.

Step 3: Purchase the saline solution using your Rite Aid Wellness Card (you can get it free at the store).  If you have any coupons, use them to bring your total even lower. 

Step 4: Bring your bag home with the receipt in it. 

Step 5:  Go to RiteAid.com.  Scroll down a bit and click on the Single Check Rebates.

Step 6: If you have never used Single Check Rebates (SCR) click on “Sign Up For SCR” and fill out the info.  If you have, just click on Log In.

Step 7: Click on “If you have additional receipts to submit, please click here.” Enter a few pieces of information off of your receipt and click submit.

Step 8: Sit back and let the computer process your receipt. In a few days you will get an e-mail letting you know that your rebate has been processed.  Then you can request for your check for $7.99.

Step 9: In about two weeks your check will show up in the mail!  Take it to the bank and cash it!

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