I am not a Rite Aid shopper. I maybe go there once or twice a year. I recently met Jackie who has a heart for Rite Aid.
To give us all some pointers on how Rite Aid works to get a deal this week, Jackie wrote this:
Riteaid has a great deal this week on oral health where you can mix and match things and get money back.
First, you have to have a wellness card (like a Kroger card).
Second, you get more deals by going on their website and watching the videos they have to earn riteaid coupons which then you can also use the manufacturers coupons.
Third, you have to sign up to receive riteaid rebate checks at the end of the month (you put in your receipts and at the end of the month they send you a check back for that money. You can only request this once a month so don't do it til the end of the month. Plus you are limited to one time deal this way.
If you spend $15 on the oral health, you get $5 back on a gift card. Spend $25 you get a $10 card back. They have crest prohealth mouthwash 4 of $20. You get $10 back in a single check rebate from this. If you find something else to get you to $25 spent, you can use a $5 off coupon from the rideaid videos bringing your total to $25 saved ($10 rebate check, $10 gift card, and $5 off at the register). If you have a riteaid coupon to go with them or manufacturers coupons then it pays for your tax.
Using the $5 off $25 really helps when you see you things you need in the flyer. It just depends on what you want that will help you get the good deals. They have up rewards coupons that you can use on your next purchase, and sometimes you can couple it for something that they offer free in the rebates. You pay up front and then get it back at the end of the month.
Find out more about how Rite Aid works on their website.