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With more than 4500 stores nationwide, it’s likely you’ve got a Rite Aid in your neighborhood.
The world of Rite Aid is in a state of flux. In the last couple of years, Rite Aid has eliminated some of its popular savings programs, introduced a new rewards program, and made plans to be acquired by mega-retailer Walgreens. (How coupon policies will change at that point is anyone’s guess.)
Maximizing your Rite Aid savings means having the latest information on the chain’s policies and best practices. And winning at the Drugstore Game with Rite Aid requires a whole different playbook from the one you’d use at competitors like Walgreens.
Here’s what you need to know.
Read my recently published guide on Dealspotr!