Thursday, March 5, 2009

Rite Aid 3-5

  • 1 - Ocean Nasal Rinse ($8.99) used $.55/1 peelie = $8.44 (will receive $8.99 SCR)
  • 1 - Snore Stop Extinguisher = $12.99 (will receive $12.99 SCR)
  • 1 - Snore Stop Fast Tabs = $8.99 (will receive $8.99 SCR)
  • 1 - Sinus Buster Nasal Spray = $8.99 (will receive $8.99 SCR)
  • 1 - Novitra Coldsore Cream ($7.99) used $3/1 IP = $4.99 (will receive $7.99 SCR)
Total: $44.40 + $2.22 tax = $46.62 (OMG I know!)

Will receive $47.95 from SCR (Rite Aid's Single Check Rebates)

***As expensive as Rite Aid's rebate program can be, I find that often their free after rebate products can be really useful to have on hand. I was in absolute hog heaven last fall when they had a promotion on cold medicines! :)

$97.83 remaining for March 2009 budget!

2 gave me some sugar:

Sue said... went to Rite Aid! :o) I have to figure out Rite Aid...are the SCR's like ESR's? I just transferred a scrip there, so I got a $25 gift card for doing so! Oh and YES! I'm dying to go to Price Rite! :o) Went to Wags soap or deodorant. :o(

Lindsay said...

Hey Sue!
Rite Aid is very similar to Walgreen's Easy Saver Rebates. (Except without the option of 10% back on a gift card.) They mail you a check. Their prices are typically high on whatever is free and in Mass we end up paying tax on the free items. I try to always use atleast one coupon to offset the tax cost (For instance this would have been $2.xx but I had a $3 coupon.) Some of the items are for things I may not use right away - but I find someone always ends up using them!!! :)