- Rite Aid Rewards card (available from any cashier) - ongoing
- Single Check Rebates - ongoing
- AdPerks - ongoing
- $25 gift card for transferring prescription (new ones all the time)
- $5 off $25 purchase (expires 12/19, but they've put these out before and I'm sure they will again)
- Various $$ off coupons for certain types of items (expire 12/31)
RiteAid has a Rewards card that you can get by asking any cashier (non-pharmacy, they have their own programs) that gets you the following perks:
- Everyday: 10% off on regular-priced RiteAid products all the time (if the product is on sale you get the sale price or the 10% off, whichever is better)
- Tuesdays (except 1st Tues of month): 10% off the regular price of any product (with some exclusions including, but not limited to, alcohol, cigarettes, gift cards, prepaid cards, phone cards, etc.). If the product is on sale you get the sale price or the 10% off, whichever is better.
- 1st Tuesday of month: 20% off the regular price of of any product (with some exclusions including, but not limited to, alcohol, cigarettes, gift cards, prepaid cards, phone cards, etc.). If the product is on sale you get the sale price or the 20% off, whichever is better.
In addition, Rite Aid Currently has the following printable coupons available right now:
- $5 off $25 purchase
- Rite Aid store brand coupons + $5/$25 that expires 12/31/09 (don't forget that Rite Aid brand products are always 10% off with your Rite Aid Rewards card and 20% off the first Tuesday of the month - these coupons can be combined with that deal)
Rite Aid also has their AdPerks program where you watch commercials on certain products and get printable RiteAid coupons. Once you've earned 20 points watching these commercials you also get a $5 off $20 printable coupon.
If that's not enough to entice you to look into shopping at RiteAid, they also have their Single-Check Rebate program with products every month that have rebates. Throughout the month many of the products go on sale making them free (or better than free with manufacturer's coupons and some of the coupons above) after single-check rebate.
Finally, Rite Aid also regularly offers a $25 gift card (this one expires 11/30, but they put them out all the time and they are often in the Sunday flier) for transferring a prescription to them. My insurance doesn't work at RiteAid but I've determined that I'm still ahead to buy my sons' fluoride without insurance at Rite Aid and get the $25 gift card.
Here is a link to the Rite Aid coupon policy courtesy of DealSeekingMom.