Rose asked what is a Rite Aid Single Check Rebate ?
Thanks for your question Rose. The long answer can be found by following this link Single Check Rebate . However, I will give a shortened explanation here.
Rite offers items each week that qualify for Single Check Rebates. These are items that must be purchased in order for you to qualify for a rebate. A rebate is cash back on the purchase. Many times Rite Aid offers free after rebate items which mean that you will be refunded the total amount of the purchase in the form of a rebate check.
For example, Rite Aid has the Oral B toothbrushes on sale this week for $1.99 + tax. This item qualifies for a SCR. This means that once I submit my receipt via mail or internet, Rite Aid will then send me a check for $1.99, so all I paid was the equivalent of the tax for my state for two toothbrushes. These offers can be combined with manufacturer and Rite Aid coupons for additional savings.
The big benefit is that Rite Aid offers free after rebate and money off rebates all month long. There are different items every week during that monthly rebate period. Keep in mind that the month does not run from the 1st of the month till the last day of the month. Check your local Rebate Directory or the Rite Aid site for accurate dates.
You can only submit your rebates once during the rebate period. You must combine all of your rebates your shopping trips during the four week period and and submit them once. I log all of mine on the Rite Aid site each week. At the end of the rebate period I submit (there’s a submit button on the site) all of my receipts at once and wait for my Single Check Rebate. All of my rebates from my four trip during that rebate period are combined and mailed in a single check.
This check can be cashed or deposited at your bank. Rite Aid will also cash their checks for you.
I hope that his answers all of your questions. If you need anymore information feel free to leave me a comment or email me.
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