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Rite Aid: Gift of Savings Returns

by Tara Kuczykowski on September 11, 2009 · 3 comments

Rite Aid Gift of Savings
The Rite Aid Gift of Savings program is returning early this year. Purchases made between 9/13 and 10/17 can earn you up to $20 in Rite Aid gift cards!

  • Spend between $25 and $50 and receive a $5.00 Gift of Savings Certificate
  • Spend between $50.01 and $100 and receive a $10.00 Gift of Savings Certificate
  • Spend $100.01 or more and receive a $20.00 Gift of Savings Certificate

Don't forget you can break your transactions up into $25 increments and use this $5/$25 Rite Aid printable. You'll save an additional $20 by doing this, plus earn a $20 Rite Aid GC!

See all of the weekly Rite Aid deals here.

(Thanks, For the Mommas!)

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1 Laina September 11, 2009 at 4:44 pm

There is a great Johnson's baby care stock up opportunity to complement this deal 9/13. Buy 10 items at $2.99 each use the $5 off $25 printable and $10 of manufacturer printables ( tons available) = $14.90 submit single check rebate # 43 for $15 wyb 10 items = .10 cents profit AND you will qualify for a $5 gift of savings rebate for a total profit of $5.10


2 Dizzy Mommy September 12, 2009 at 12:19 pm

Do you think if I ask for them to print me two copies of the receipt they would? I have 2 mail in rebates but they both require an original receipt.


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