Use Drugstore Rebates, Coupons, Rewards for Cheaper Groceries

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Rite Aid has store coupons in their weekly sales ad. Rite Aid also has videos you can watch about the latest products and then you get exclusive in-store coupons.

These store coupons can be used with manufacturer's coupons.

For example:

Hormel Compleats are on sale for $1.99. Use 75 cents off manufacturer's coupon. Use with 50 cents off Rite Aid Video Values coupon.

Final price: 74 cents.

Another great way to save is using the +UP Rewards Program. This program is very similar to the Extra Bucks Programs at CVS and Register Rewards at Walgreens. You can also use coupons with this program to get items at rock bottom prices.

For example:

Hormel Compleats are on sale for $1.99. Get $1 +UP Rewards (store credit). Use 75 cents off manufacturer's coupon. Use with 50 cents off Rite Aid Video Values coupon. Pay 74 cents. Get $1 +UP Rewards (store credit).

Even More Savings

Rite Aid has a rebate program called Single Check Rebate or SCR. You can enter your receipts online at Rite Aid throughout the program month so you don't have to mail anything in.

To learn more about how to save big bucks at the nation's drug stores, try one of Pate and McKee's affordable online workshops, available here: http://www.becentsable.net/workshops/.

To see what's on sale this week at national stores, and coupons that are available to combine with those sales, here is another great link: http://www.becentsable.net/store-deals/.

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