Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Thinking about cheating on CVS.

I'm perusing the Rite-Aid circular and my curiosity is piqued. They have lots of free-after-rebate items listed this week. I've never used the Rite-Aid Single Check Rebate program before but if it's as easy as it sounds I may give it a whirl. Here's what I can gather.

You go here to sign up. Purchase items that are advertised with Single Check Rebate and Rite-Aid will mail you a check at the end of the month. Here's where it gets interesting for me...

This week there are bunches of saline nasal sprays and even a Neti Pot that are free after rebate. We really don't use much medicine around here but I'm a huge believer in sinus irrigation to shorten colds and so I always try to keep saline sprays in the house for all of us during the cold and flu season. I also see Bee MD natural cough drops are free after rebate. I may take advantage of these deals. I'll let you know how it goes.

2 comments:

Bren said...

We don't have rite-aid around here. Are they usually so heavy on the natural stuff? I gotta admit that cvs has lured me to the dark side more than once, taking lots of chemical brews and disposable razors (and disposable diapers). Neti pot - can't imagine cvs ever doing a neti pot deal...

CB said...

You know, truthfully I've never even looked at their ad that closely before but I'll be taking a second glance from now on. I only have one R-A in my area so it won't be a regular stop if I decide to try it, but I'm not sure I can pass up a free Neti Pot.