Sunday, November 28, 2010

Rite Aid Holiday Gift of Savings is back!

The Holiday Gift of Savings is back! I remember last year, I earned a $20 Rite Aid certificate by earning credit by buying my FREE or Really cheap stuff! Here's the deal...The Gift of Savings will run from Nov. 26th through Dec. 25th, 2010. So even if you don't normally shop at Rite Aid maybe you can consider buying a few of your Christmas Gifts there and earn money for yourself while doing so. Also, all those freebies I post count as well, so for example the Free Morton sea salt: you'll get a 99¢ credit towards your Gift of Savings total even if you use your $1 coupon since they go by pre-coupon amount!


  • Spend $25-$50, get $5 back

  • Spend $51-$100, get $10 back

  • Spend $100.01+, get $20 back

Earning your gift certificate is easy as 1-2-3!

1. Save all your RA receipts from 11/26-12/25/10

2. Enter all required information from receipts here.

3. Print your certificate. You will receive an email notification from Rite Aid when your certificate is ready to print.


Offer is valid on in-store or Rite Aid Online Store purchases made from November 26, 2010 through December 25, 2010. Qualifying receipts must be submitted either on this website by January 24, 2011 or through the mail and postmarked by January 24, 2011 using our enrollment form available in-store. Entry Limit: one per household.
Gift certificates will be issued 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 April 30, 2011 and will not be replaced if not redeemed prior to expiration. Gift certificates are not redeemable for cash, may not be returned, will not be replaced if lost or stolen and are only valid for in store purchases.
Returned products will not be honored for rebate or other offers.
Qualifying purchase amount is determined before sales tax, online shipping fees and after any promotional codes, instant coupons, or discounts for Rite Aid Online Store purchases and excludes the purchase of prescriptions, prescription co-pays, lottery tickets, tobacco, alcohol products, money orders, money transfers, 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, contact lenses, and any other items excluded by law. Dairy products are excluded in select states.
If submitting by mail include all receipts you wish to redeem in one mailing. Only one submission per household or address will be accepted. Submissions from different addresses cannot be combined together in one envelope. Submissions that do not meet these requirements will not be acknowledged or returned.
Please save your original receipt(s) as proof of your submission in the event of a dispute. Inquiries must be made by 4/28/11.
certificate will be fulfilled with a Rite Aid gift certificate not a check. Use of fictitious name/address other than your own is prohibited by law. You may be required to submit proof of your name and address. Offers valid for United States addresses only


melissa K said...

Do you know if there is a max rebate? I just got an email saying I qualified for the rebate but my total online says $147 and I'm only getting the $20 rebate. Does Rite Aid cut you off on rewards after the $20?

Jessica said...

Hi Melissa,

YAY!!! you've earned your $20!!!Unfortunately, yes, $20 is the maximum rebate, if you continue shopping at Rite Aid before the end of the period maybe you can consider having your spouse sign up w/ a different email and start earning credit on that account. Now that you've reached $20, you can request your certificate and they will email you when it's ready to print! :)