I just received my Rite Aid Single Check Rebate in the mail today. It didn’t come in an envelope; rather, it came as a postcard. I don’t think I like that. Seems like it would be easier to lose.
At the top of the check, it says: “Use your check toward any purchase at a Rite Aid, Brooks, or Eckerd location!”
When I saw that, I was concerned. Is this a gift card? Or can I cash it at my bank? Ahhh!
I called the customer service line (1-800-RITE-AID) and spoke with Felisha, who told me that I can deposit it at my bank, or I could use it as a store gift card. Whew.
I’m going to deposit it.
I didn’t ask Felisha, but it seems that you would have to use up the entire rebate amount in one transaction at the store. I don’t see how they could deduct, say, $10 from a $20 rebate check. Further, it says “Not good over $52.19.” Does that mean I have to spend that amount or less for it to work? I have no idea.
Anyway, the check arrived quickly.