Rite Aid Gift Certificate- pre coupon total

I wrote earlier this week about the Rite Aid Gift of Savings Program. For those of you who didn’t see it, let me recap:

At Rite Aid between September 13th and October 17th::
Spend $25-$50, get $5 Rite Aid Gift Certificate
Spend $51-$100, get $10 Rite Aid Gift Certificate
Spend over $100, get $20 Rite Aid Gift Certificate

People who have begun using this program have discovered that the amount you spend to qualify for the gift certificate is the amount BEFORE coupons and refunds.

So let’s say you do the Rite Aid Diaper/Baby Wipe Deal from this week:

Huggies Jumbo Pack Diapers, Pull Ups or GoodNites, 3/$33
Great Deal on Diapers!
Use $5 off of $20 from watching video
$10 Single Check Rebate when you purchase 3 (one per household)
3 of the $3 off of Huggies Pure and Natural Diapers (on the widget on this web site)
After rebates, this makes them $3 a bag!

Huggies Baby Wipes Tub (64-ct.) or Soft Pack (40-ct.), 2/$5
$1 Single Check Rebate when you buy 2 (one per household)
2 of the $2 off any Huggies Diaper Product printable
After rebates this makes them 2 FREE

This purchase would count as $38 worth of merchandise qualifying you for a $5 gift certificate even though you aren’t paying nearly that much!

For more information, check out this post from Money Saving Mom!

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