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10-14-2008, 11:21 AM #1
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I was wondering if anyone does the Rite-Aid Rebates? I am thinking about taking the plung into trying the Rebates with Rite-Aid. I looked in the ciruclar for this week and I can get a lot if not all my winter medications(Theraflu, Childrens Advil, Cough Syrup, Cloraseptic and lip mositerizer) free except for tax.
I always think these things are too good to be true and never do them. So just thought I would ask, since I am a Rebate Virgin.
- 10-14-2008, 11:45 AM #2
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I do them. I went and stocked up on sunday for medication.
my advice is to READ SMALL PRINT. they try to make you think that all of one thing is on a rebate when infact it is just a certain flavor or color.
And register your rebates online, Don't open the products UNTIL they are approved for your rebate. I have had a few that didn't qualify and I have had to take them back.
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10-14-2008, 02:24 PM #3
Yes. I do them regularly and have never had a problemFrugalista Mama to DD 14 & DS 10
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10-14-2008, 08:18 PM #4
Yes, i have done them for a few months now and while it takes 3+ weeks to get your check after you request it, i have always gotten it as advertised- and I took advantage of this weeks AWESOME 'freebies' after rebates to really fill the medicine cabinet.
NOTE; lots of lip balms/saline sprays for free after rebate on there- these goodies are most welcome in care packages for the troops, so PLEASE consider picking up as much as you can to donate to your local charity sending things to our hard working troops- after all, they end up being FREE to us and would be greatly appreciated by the men and women serving our country overseas right now.Slow and steady wins the race....eventually!
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10-14-2008, 08:37 PM #5
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I've always gotten the checks back from riteaid within about a month. I just got back a bit ago from stocking up on the cold/flu rebates. I figured everything would be sold out since the ad came out on Sunday but I picked up everything I needed.
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