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Rite Aid Gift of Savings is back!

Posted November 23, 2010

The Rite Aid Gift of Savings promotion is back as well as a number of other holiday happenings at Rite Aid.

The Gift of Savings promo lets you earn Rite Aid gift certificates beased on how much you spend from November 26 through December 24.

Following is detailed information about the promos that I received via e-mail from Rite Aid today:

JUST IN TIME FOR BLACK FRIDAY, RITE AID HELPS HOLIDAY SHOPPERS BAG BARGAINS

Shoppers Can Combine Programs such as "Gift of Savings" and "Three Big Days to Save" for Bigger Value

CAMP HILL, PA (Nov. 23, 2010) – Headlining the list of ways to save at Rite Aid this holiday season is the Gift of Savings program allowing customers to earn $5-$25 back based on purchases Nov. 26 through Dec. 24. Members of Rite Aid's free wellness+ customer rewards program can save even more with Three Big Days to Save starting Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 25).

More than 4,700 Rite Aid stores are stocked with a wide range of holiday merchandise including:

· Gifts such as As Seen on TV products, Discovery Kids educational toys, Rite Aid's exclusive Kids Stuff toy line, rocking horses, 7-inch LCD TVs, Nintendo Wii accessories, Pillow Pets, singing toy animals, toys for pets, bathrobes, Snuggies and accessories, gift sets of bath, beauty and cosmetic products, fragrances, home spa accessories, body lotions, seasonal housewares, and personalized photo gifts.

· Decorations such as holiday-scented candles, light strings including LED and icicle lights, ornaments, nutcrackers, decorations, artificial Christmas trees including the Charlie Brown Christmas Tree and accessories, and plenty of house gifts in decorative tins including candies, cookies and other treats.

'Tis the season for Gift of Savings

Starting on Black Friday (Nov. 26), the Gift of Savings program lets customers earn a Rite Aid gift certificate of $5, $10 or $20 if they spend between $25 and $100 before Dec. 24. If $25 of the total is spent on photo gifts, customers receive an additional $5 certificate. To receive their gift certificate, customers complete and mail a form found at any Rite Aid store or go to www.riteaid.com and submit information from receipts dated Nov. 26 through Dec. 24. (See in-store brochures or website for program rules and excluded purchases including alcohol, tobacco and gift cards.)

Three days of price specials

Also starting Thanksgiving week, customers enrolled in wellness+ get Three Big Days to Save (Nov. 25-27) offering deals on everything from gift wrapping paper (buy one, get two free on Yule Rite private brand) and universal remote controls (free after receipt is mailed or entered online into Rite Aid's Single Check Rebate program) to Conair or Revlon hair dryers ($9.99 purchase that prints a $5 +UP Reward valid on a future Rite Aid purchase). Three Big Days to Save also offers deals on high-end electronics such as a Philips MP3 audio and video player (after $10 Single Check Rebate, $49.99 purchase also generates a $10 +UP Reward).

Weekly toy specials

Every week through Christmas, wellness+ members can get a Toy of the Week at a week-long special price. For the week ending Nov. 27, a two-pack of Nerf N-Strike Nite Finder blasters costs $9.99

Still more ways to save

Customers can find extra savings by combining additional Rite Aid programs including:

· Video Values program, which allows customers to print coupons after watching informational videos accessible through www.riteaid.com. There are more than $300 worth of coupons in November and December.

· The Single Check Rebate program worth more than $1,000 back on select November and December purchases.

· The increasing reward tiers for wellness+, which lets members earn up to 20 percent off most purchases every day for at least a year. Since discounts are based on cumulative purchase totals and reset Jan. 1, the 2010 holiday season is the last chance for members to lock in their discount rates through the end of 2011.

Holiday hours

Nearly all Rite Aid stores will be open Thanksgiving Day. On Black Friday, stores will open at 7 a.m. and have normal closing times. Store hours can be found using the online store locater tab at www.riteaid.com/stores/locator/.

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