Get yourself to Rite-Aid: TONS of free stuff!

This is your lucky week if you live near a Rite-Aid.  This week they’re offering around 30 free-after-rebate products.  They’re pretty much all cold/flu products, and they’re all FREE!!!  Now I know when most people hear the word “rebate,” they completely stop listening and assume that it’s some long drawn-out process that isn’t worth their time.  That just isn’t so.  Yesterday I got $72 worth of stuff for free, and I MADE $8 on top of it.  You heard me, I walked-out of the store having made a profit.

Thanks to MoneySavingMom, here is a list of what is available from October 12-18:

NeilMed Nasalflo Neti Pot–$10.99
There’s a $3/1 printable here
Free plus possible overage if your store accepts printable coupons

Simply Saline Sinus Kit–$6.99
There’s a $1/1 printable here
Free plus possible overage if your store accepts printable coupons

Children’s Advil 4 oz. Liquid–$3.99
There’s a $1/1 printable here
Free plus possible overage if your store accepts printable coupons

Theraflu 8.3 oz.–$3.99
There’s a $1/1 printable here
Free plus possible overage if your store accepts printable coupons

Excedrin Express Gels 20-ct.–$3.99
There’s a $2/1 printable here
Free plus possible overage if your store accepts printable coupons

Triaminic Syrup 4 oz., Spray 6.7 oz., Strips 14-ct., Chews 18-ct., Fan 1-ct.–$3.99
There’s a $2/1 coupon here
Free plus possible overage if your store accepts printable coupons

Simply Saline 1.5 oz.–$3.99
There’s a $1/1 printable here
Free plus possible overage if your store accepts printable coupons

Simply Saline 3 oz.–$4.99
There’s a $1/1 printable here
Free plus possible overage if your store accepts printable coupons

Nexcare Cold Sore Treatment–$8.99
There’s a $2/1 printable here
Free plus possible overage if your store accepts printable coupons

Ayr Saline Rinse Kit–$6.99
Free after rebate

MeilMed Sinus Rinse Starter–$4.99
Free after rebate

Children’s Throat Cooler Pops 6-ct–$2.99
Free after rebate

Mentholatum Cherry Chest Rub–$2.99
Free after rebate

Little Colds/Noses 1.7 oz. mist or 1 oz. liquid–$3.99
Free after rebate

Hyland’s 125-ct. or 4 oz. liquid–$3.99
Free after rebate

Breathe Again 3.3 oz.–$7.99 (Limit 2)
Free after rebate

Comtrex 20 ct.–$3.99
Free after rebate

Bee MD Drops 21-ct.–$2.49
Free after rebate

Buckley’s 4 oz.–$3.99
Free after rebate

4 Way Spray .5 oz.–$3.99
Free after rebate

Chloraseptic 1 oz. or lozenges 15-ct.–$2.99
Free after rebate

Sucrets 18-ct.–$2.99
Free after rebate

Zucol 18-ct.–$5.99
Free after rebate

Sambucol 30-ct. or syrup 4 oz.–$7.99
Free after rebate

Novitra .25 oz.–$8.99
Free after rebate

Orajel Cold Sore Brush or Patch–$6.99
Free after rebate

Softlips 1 or 2 pk.–$2.99
Free after rebate

Chapstick True Shimmer–$1.99
Free after rebate

Lizard Lips–$0.99
Free after rebate

Lypsyl 1-ct.–$1.99
Free after rebate

So this is what you do:  Print-out this list because it’ll probably help you be organized about it.  Print-out as many of the linked coupons as you can.  (I did $8 worth)  Go to Rite-Aid, and it’s all organized together on the same cold/flu aisle.  In fact, my store had all these products grouped together on an aisle endcap in the front of the store in order to make it super-easy.  Pick-up a sales ad flyer when you walk-in and you’ll see pictures of these products.  Put all the products you want in your basket and check-out.  (You’ll want to use the pictures to make sure you got the exact right type and size so you get your rebate.)  My cashier gave me a flier with rebate information on it when I checked-out, so make sure to ask for that just in case.  When you get home, go to the Rite-Aid website, create an account and enter-in the information from your receipt.  In 2-3 weeks you should receive a check in the mail for the full cost of what you paid.  (I don’t think it includes tax, though.)  If you use coupons, you still will receive all of that money as a profit.

If you look over this list you’ll notice that it’s pretty darn good, especially if you have kids.  We’re totally stocked for the winter sick season ahead.  Hurry to Rite-Aid before they’re all sold-out of the good stuff!!!

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2 responses to “Get yourself to Rite-Aid: TONS of free stuff!

  1. Emily,

    This is wonderful!! Thank you!

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  2. I totally went crazy Sunday night getting all my rebate stuff. My jaw droopped when I saw this week’s ad—it’s never this packed!! I ended up getting about $43 worth of stuff…

    Oh, and my Rite Aid doesn’t take internet coupons. Bummer

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