Rite Aid: Moneymaker With Crest Toothpaste

Have you tried the Rite Aid Single Check Rebate program yet?

The program is VERY easy to use- no paperwork, no stamps, no cutting off UPC codes.  It is all processed online.

And this week (ends 7/28) if you have the July Proctor and Gamble Insert you can make some money at Rite Aid buying toothpaste!

Here are the easy steps to follow:

Before you go to Rite Aid find your July Proctor and Gamble Insert and cut out the Crest coupon inside.  It should be either for $.75 or $1.00 off of one.

Go to Rite Aid and grab the Crest Pro-Health Sensitive Enamel Shield Smooth Mint Toothpaste (4.2 oz.).  It will ring up $2.99 and then give them your coupon.

When you get home log in or sign up for the Single Check Rebate Program.  All you need is your receipt from your purchase.

Enter 4 numbers off of your receipt into their form (don’t worry they have pictures and everything).

In a few days they will e-mail and let you know that you have a $2.99 rebate.

Request your check and in about two weeks you will have a check in your mailbox!

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  1. Janet says

    I can use a Colgate coupon for Crest toothpaste? Are Colgate & Crest both Proctor & Gamble products?