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Rite Aid: Moneymaker With Crest Toothpaste

Posted By Laura On July 22, 2012 @ 5:00 am In Rebates,Rite Aid | Comments Disabled

Have you tried the Rite Aid Single Check Rebate program [1] 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 [1].  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] Rite Aid Single Check Rebate program: https://riteaid1.rebateplus.com/ra-v2/#welcome

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