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Sunday, September 13, 2009

Rite Aid's Fall Gift of Savings Program

Rite is truly the place to be this week! See this week's massive list of deals HERE. I may have to do multiple trips this week just to get all of the ones I know we'll use!

Rite Aid is also offering their Fall Gift of Savings Program from now until October 17. You simply shop at Rite Aid, and save all of your receipts. You enter your information at, and you earn gift certificates.

The fine print:
Cash back is provided in the form of Rite Aid gift certificate via mail. Entry Limit: one per household. Offer is valid on in-store purchases made from September 13, 2009 through October 17, 2009. Qualifying purchase amount is determined before sales tax and excludes the purchase of prescriptions, prescription co-pays, lottery tickets, tobacco, alcohol products, money orders, gift certificates, Rite Aid gift cards, retailer gift cards, prepaid phone cards, prepaid internet and wireless cards, prepaid credit cards, prepaid cards of any type, stamps, licenses, other mailing services, online purchases, and any other items excluded by law. Qualifying receipts must be submitted either at by November 17, 2009 or through the mail and postmarked by November 17, 2009 using our enrollment form available in-store. Gift certificates will be mailed after the promotional period ends, or sooner if online submission is requested by customer or mail-in customer accumulates over $100 in qualified purchases, and will expire on February 28, 2010 and will not be replaced if not redeemed prior to expiration. Gift certificates are not redeemable for cash, may not be returned, and will not be replaced if lost or stolen.