Monday, July 13, 2009

Rite Aid Rebates:

Coupon Clipper: I have a question for you on how Rite Aid works with their rebate checks. I see the paper says limited to 1 check. Does this mean per transaction per item? In other words can I do multiple different items that qualify for rebate check in one transaction and still submit them all for the rebate?

Second can I split transactions (for the same item)and get and receive the rebate for the multiple items.

Any help you can provide on this will be greatly appreciated.

Me: Rite Aid allows ONE rebate per item per address per month.

For example, you may purchase one tube of Colgate for the entire month that is eligible for the rebate. All other tubes of Colgate purchased that month will not qualify for a rebate.

If you split your transactions, meaning you purchase qualifying items on more than one receipt, you must enter the receipt information on ALL of the receipts necessary to receive your rebate.

For example, say you are purchasing 5 packs of Huggies diapers to receive the voucher for a sixth pack FREE... you could purchase each pack of diapers separately and the enter the receipt information on all five receipts to receive your FREE voucher.

I personally just write rebate on the top of all of my receipts that I am eligible to receive rebates for, then, at the end of the month, I enter all of my receipts at the same time.