Make Some $$$ at Rite Aid this week

This is a great week to cut your teeth at Rite Aid.  If you have never done anything at Rite Aid before, check out my guide to everything Rite Aid

So here is how to make some cash at Rite Aid this week:

*** It looks like as of 10/20 Rite Aid has pulled the coupon.  Hopefully it is just a technical error and it will be back up soon!  ***

Print the $5 off of $25 Rite Aid coupon here

Head out to Rite Aid

Pick up any combination of these items (one each) that equals over $25. (If you get the ones in bold print, they equal $26.43).

BioGuard Daily Immune Support $6.99
Cold Buster Warming Syrup $6.69
Dr. Thompson’s Cold War $3.99
ThoraMax Allergy or Cold and Flu Spray $6.99
Bee M.D. Cough Drops $2.49
Beyond BodiHeat Wraps $2.99

Boiron Children’s Chestal Honey Homeopathic Cough Syrup $4.99
Blink Eye Drops $7.99
Therma Care Patch $2.99
Children’s Oscillococcinum Natural Flu Medicine $4.99
Simple Saline Adult Nasal Mist $3.99
Simple Saline Children’s Nasal Mist $3.99

(If there are products you purchase that you won’t use, you can always donate them to a local clinic or shelter.)

After you have selected your items, use your $5.00 off coupon when you check out. If you got the highlighted items, that will make your out of pocket total $21.43 (tax may vary). Make sure you keep your receipt!

Then when you get home, log into Rite Aid’s Single Check Rebate program. Enter a few pieces of information off your receipt and you will receive a $26.43 check at the end of the month. Take it to the bank to cash and you made about $3.50 plus got some great products!

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Comments

  1. Christina says

    If you watch enough videos on the Ride Aide video ad thing you can get a $4 off $20 purchase which allows you to make even more $!