Rite Aid $10 Gift Card Deal-Rebate #50!
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One of my readers emailed me to see if I could possibly come up with a scenario for one of the deals at Rite Aid this week! Here goes…
- Purchase 3 Excedrin Migraine 20-24 ct $1.99 each=$7.96
- 2 Tylenol (or Motrin) Children’s Pain Relief 4 oz. $4.99 each=$9.98
- 1 Benefiber $9.99
- Total $25.94
- Then use the $5 off $25 purchase coupon from here
- Three $2 Excedrin coupons from here or 10/19SS
- Two Tylenol/Motrin $2.50/2 coupons from the 1/4RP
- One $2 Benefiber coupon from 1/4, 12/14 or 11/16SS
- Plus submit for the Benefiber $4 Single Check Rebate #38
- Total $10.44
- Get back a $10 Rite Aid gift card
- Final cost ONLY .44!
Please note: Your total above would be EVEN better if you were to skip out on the Motrin and Tylenol by just purchasing more Excedrin. The truth is, though, that most stores probably don’t have enough Excedrin in stock! Either way you go, its still a great deal!
Check out the Rite Aid weekly deals here!
Nice work! I don’t know how you come up with that stuff.
Do you know if everything needs to be from one transaction for that rebate? I bought two Excedrins early this week so I’d do something else to get the total up to $25, but would still want the $10 gift card.
Thanks, glad I could help!
To answer your question:
No, you may purchase these in separate transactions and enter each receipt separately. The website will combine them and let you know when you’ve purchased enough to earn the rebate.