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Can I buy a Visa gift card with a credit card?

 

 

Can I exchange a gift card online?

 

 

Does H and M take blue light card?

 

 

How do I enter a discount code on Next online?

 

 

Is there Netflix student discount?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Can I buy a Visa gift card with a credit card?

 

 

Yes you can use credit cards to buy gift cards at most retailers that offer them. According to a Consumer Gift Card Preferences Study in 2018 91% of consumers surveyed say they have purchased a gift card (not necessarily using a credit card) so it's good to know the ins and outs of how gift cards work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Can I exchange a gift card online?

 

 

Exchange it online for one you do want Gift card exchange sites are just that — websites where consumers can buy and sell gift cards. You can list your unwanted or partially used gift card for sale or shop for a discounted card from someone else.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Does H and M take blue light card?

 

 

H&M In store only on presentation of your Blue Light Card and alternative form of ID. 20% off ladies mens kids home and sale items. Valid in-store only when you present your Blue Light Card and an additional form of identification to the cashier.24 Jul 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

How do I enter a discount code on Next online?

 

 

To receive your discount simply enter the code into the 'Promotion Code' box at the checkout. The code is made up of a mixture of letters and numbers. If the promotion code isn't working please make sure it has been entered correctly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Is there Netflix student discount?

 

 

Does Netflix have a student discount? No. Netflix doesn't have such student discounts. However you might sign up for the trial period of Netflix services or any alternatives.20 Jan 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is Rewards code on iHerb?

 

 

Your Rewards Link is the entire URL. Your Rewards Code are the 7 characters at the end of the URL.

 

 

 

 

 

 

How do I use Visa E-gift?

 

 

Visa eGift Cards can be redeemed for purchases everywhere Visa debit cards are accepted in the United States. Cards can be used online or can be added to participating digital wallet services (such as Apple Pay Samsung Pay and Google Pay) to use at physical retail locations that accept digital wallet payments.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Publication 113, Coupons, Discounts and Rebates

 

 

 

 

Note: While this example shows tax calculated at a rate of 8.25 percent, you should use the rate in effect at your business location. Please see California City and County Sales and Use Tax Rates, for current tax rates.

 

 

Publication 113, Coupons, Discounts and Rebates

 

 

Manufacturers, vendors, and other third parties often offer incentive programs for credits or payments based on your purchases of inventory or sales of products to your retail customers. These payments and credits include offers such as purchase and cash discounts, coupon reimbursements, ad or rack allowances, buy-downs, scanbacks, voluntary price reductions, and other incentives, promotions, and rebates. “Third party” means a person other than the retailer or the retailer’s customer, such as a manufacturer or retailer’s vendor. Please refer to Regulation 1671.1, Discounts, Coupons, Rebates, and Other Incentives, for additional information.

 

 

Taxable discounts and coupons

 

 

Manufacturer coupons

 

 

Manufacturer coupons are paper or paperless coupons allowing customers to receive a percentage or amount off the advertised selling price when purchasing the manufacturer’s product. If you accept manufacturer coupons, amounts paid by manufacturers to reimburse you for the value of the manufacturer’s coupons are included in your total taxable sales when the sale is subject to tax.

 

 

Double discount

 

 

As a retailer, you may offer a “double discount” to customers for certain manufacturer coupons. For example, your customer presents a manufacturer’s coupon offering $1 off the purchase of a specific product. In turn, you also allow an additional $1 off the selling price. In this case, the value of the manufacturer’s coupon is included in your total taxable sales. The additional $1 discount you provide to your customer is not subject to tax.

 

 

Nontaxable discounts and coupons

 

 

Prompt payment cash discounts

 

 

As a retailer, your total taxable sales are reduced by the amount of cash discounts you offer your customers for prompt payment by that customer. If the customer does not make prompt payment, your taxable sales are the amount billed.

 

 

Excess tax reimbursement for cash discounts

 

 

If you allow discounts for prompt payment, but charge customers sales tax computed upon the prices before the discount is deducted you are collecting excess tax reimbursement. For example:

 

 

A sale is made for $100 plus $8.25 sales tax. Upon prompt payment for the item the purchaser is allowed a discount of two percent of the sales price of $100. Since you are deducting the amount of the discount, $2, from taxable gross receipts, you are charging tax of $8.09 (8.25 percent of $98) to your customer.

 

 

When a discount of two percent is offered for prompt payment and an error is made and the discount of two percent is excluded from the computation, excess tax reimbursement of .16 will be collected from your customer ($8.25 - $8.09 = .16). The excess tax reimbursement should be returned to your customer or must be paid to the state.

 

 

Please refer to Regulation 1700, Reimbursement for Sales Tax, for additional information on excess tax reimbursement.

 

 

Note: While this example shows tax calculated at a rate of 8.25 percent, you should use the rate in effect at your business location. Please see California City and County Sales and Use Tax Rates, for current tax rates.

 

 

Purchase discounts

 

 

Purchase discounts are given to you by both manufacturers and wholesalers and are based on the amount of your prior or future purchases. These discounts are not included in your total taxable sales because they are based on the number of products you purchase, not the number of products sold. Agreements with a third party to sell products for a specific price and period of time are also “purchase discounts” and are excluded from your total taxable sales when the discount is based on the number of products you purchase from your vendor and are not otherwise tied to the amount of product sold.

 

 

Ad or rack allowances

 

 

Ad or rack allowances are contracts between you and a manufacturer to advertise a product, or to give that product preferential shelf space. Ad or rack allowances are also known as “Local Pay,” “Display Shelf Payments,” or something similar. Such allowances are not related to the retail sale of a product and are excluded from your total taxable sales.

 

 

Discount club card

 

 

You may offer a discount club card for your store. Your customer uses the club card when purchasing various products. The price reductions associated with the club card are not part of your total taxable sales if you are not receiving compensation from a third party. Amounts paid by a third party such as a manufacturer to reimburse you for the club card discount are subject to tax.

 

 

Retailer coupons

 

 

You may issue retailer coupons in paper or paperless form. When your customers present these coupons to you, it allows them to buy products at a certain amount or percentage off the regular selling price. Retailer coupons do not result in compensation from a third party and are excluded from your total taxable sales unless your customer has previously given you compensation for the coupon. For example, if the coupon was purchased as part of a coupon booklet sold by you to your customer, the pro rata share of the cost of the booklet represented by the purchase for which the coupon was given must be included in your total taxable sales.

 

 

Deal-of-the-Day Instruments

 

 

Third party Internet-based companies (for example, Groupon or LivingSocial) offer Deal-of-the-Day Instruments (DDI) for sale on their website. Customers purchase DDIs online at discounted prices which allow them to purchase products and/or services from the retailer offering the DDI. DDIs with the specific terms and conditions discussed below are considered retailer coupons. As such, you, the retailer, are considered the issuer of the DDI.

 

 

Terms and conditions applicable to transactions involving DDIs:

 

 

     

     

  • Retailers negotiate contracts with the DDI provider (third-party Internet-based company) to sell DDIs for a set price that is specified in the contract.
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  • The contracts provide that the DDI provider receives a certain percentage or dollar amount from the sale of each DDI as compensation for the service of advertising and selling the DDI on the retailer’s behalf and/or the DDI provider markets the DDI as an agent or representative of the retailer. These amounts are nondeductible costs paid by the retailer to the DDI provider in exchange for such services.
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  • Customers may purchase DDIs with cash, cash equivalents, DDI “bucks,” reward points, loyalty points, or friend referrals.
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  • Terms and conditions of the DDI include specified limitations on the use of the DDI. For example, they may state that the DDI cannot be combined with any other coupons or promotions or with other offers, or it is not valid for certain items, or the customer must use the DDI in one visit and/or cannot receive cash back for partial redemption.
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  • An expiration date for the full value of the DDI is printed on the face of the instrument (for instance, six months from the date of issuance). However, the amount paid for the DDI generally has a later expiration date, (for instance, one year from date of issuance). As an example, using the above dates, after a DDI is issued it can be redeemed for its full value for six months, after which time it can be redeemed for only the amount paid for the DDI for one year from the issue date. After the paid value expires, the DDI has zero value.
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  • The retailer does not provide the customer gift certificates, cash, or cash equivalents when the DDI is redeemed.
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  • DDIs are single-use instruments and lose all value after the first use.
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The sale of a DDI to a customer is not regarded as a sale of tangible personal property (merchandise) or a service. The DDI is evidence of an intangible right to receive merchandise and/or a service at a later date and therefore the sale of the DDI to the customer is not subject to tax.

 

 

However, when the DDI is redeemed, it is that sale (the use of the DDI to purchase a good or service) that may be subject to tax.

 

 

When the DDI is redeemed for taxable merchandise/service, your gross receipts subject to tax include the consideration paid by the customer for the DDI plus any additional cash, credit, or other consideration that is paid to you at the time of sale.

 

 

If the type of sale is normally not subject to tax, then tax would not apply to the sale of the merchandise and/or service when a DDI is redeemed by the customer. Common sales that are generally not subject to sales tax include sales of services (such as cleaning or cosmetology), sales of cold food to go (such as ice cream), and a charge for admission to an event (such as entertainment and sports events).

 

 

Example 1: A DDI is offered for a specific baseball bat. The bat is valued at $100. Your customer pays $50 for the DDI as advertised online. Prior to any DDI expiration dates, the customer uses the $50 DDI to purchase the baseball bat with a suggested retail price of $100 and pays no additional amount for the baseball bat other than the amount for “sales tax.” The amount subject to tax is $50 which equals the amount paid for the DDI.

 

 

Example 2: A DDI is offered for $90 off $200 or more of custom jewelry. Your customer pays $25 for the DDI. Prior to any DDI expiration dates, your customer redeems the DDI to purchase $200 (excluding tax) of jewelry from you. The amount subject to tax is $135 which is the total of the $25 paid for DDI plus the additional $110 the customer pays to get the jewelry ($200 sales price-$90 discount from DDI=$110).

 

 

For further information, please refer to Regulation 1671.1, Discounts, Coupons, Rebates, and Other Incentives.

 

 

Note: This publication summarizes the law and applicable regulations in effect when the publication was written, as noted above. However, changes in the law or in regulations may have occurred since that time. If there is a conflict between the text in this publication and the law, decisions will be based on the law and not on this publication.

 

 

Rebates and incentive programs

 

 

The following definitions apply only to rebates and incentives offered to you by third parties:

 

 

     

     

  • “Discount” is a reduction in the purchase price your customer is required to pay in order to receive the merchandise. Discounts are the result of consideration promised to, or received by you, from a third party.
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  • “Retailer’s vendor” is a person from whom you purchase resale inventory.
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  • Beginning October 1, 2007, a “third party” is defined as a person other than the retailer or the retailer's customer, such as a manufacturer or retailer’s vendor.
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It is presumed that any third party consideration received by you related to promotions for sales of specified products is subject to tax until the contrary is established. You are required to disclose to your customer the amount of any third party rebate revenue upon which sales or use tax is collected, including the amount of any taxable discounts, rebates, or incentives offered or paid to you by third parties.

 

 

Please note: You may itemize this amount on the customer’s receipt, sales invoice, or other proof of sale. When applicable, you may also post, in a location visible to your customer, or in advertisements, flyers, or brochures sent to customers, a notice to the effect that “tax” will be added to the sales price of all items and that the amount on which tax is calculated includes the amount of any taxable discounts or rebates.

 

 

Rebates and incentives issued directly to you as a retailer

 

 

Rebates and incentives issued directly to you by manufacturers or other third parties result in additional taxable revenue when certain conditions are satisfied. These rebate and incentive programs are also known as “Buy-Down Rebates,” “Voluntary Price Reductions,” “Promotions,” “Flex” (Flex Extensions), “Coupon Redemptions,” “Scanbacks,” “Instant Rebates,” or by a similar name.

 

 

Rebates issued to your customers

 

 

Rebate checks issued by manufacturers directly to your customers following their purchase of the manufacturer’s products are not part of your total taxable sales. Your customers are generally required to submit a rebate application form along with any required documentation, such as a sales receipt, to the manufacturer or manufacturer’s representative directly or through you. In this situation, your customer pays you the full selling price and receives a subsequent rebate directly from the manufacturer.

 

 

Three conditions must exist for discounts or rebate programs to be taxable

 

 

Payments received from a third party for discounts or rebate programs are part of your total taxable sales when all three of the following conditions exist:

 

 

     

     

  1. The third party requires you to reduce the sales price of particular products in order to receive payment from the third party.
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  3. Conditions for receipt of payment must be certain, not dependent on other factors outside your control. (The term “certain” reflects conditions in the agreement that you have control over. For example, you will receive payment from the third party if you place product signs in your store). An example of a factor “outside your control,” would be that you receive payment only if you meet a sales quota for the discounted products within a specific time period.
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  5. The payment must be for a like amount on a transaction-by-transaction basis (payment must be tied to the specific sale of the particular product in the agreement). The third party reimburses you for the specified price reduction in the agreement.
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Taxable rebates and incentives

 

 

Invoice listing the discount

 

 

You maintain an online sales website. You enter into buy-down programs with manufacturers in which the manufacturers require you to offer their products at a reduced price. The amount of the discount is subject to tax because all three conditions exist. When your customer purchases a discounted product, the customer’s invoice lists the selling price less the amount of the manufacturer’s discount. Since you have itemized the buy-down rebate on the invoice, you may collect sales tax from the customer for the full taxable amount.

 

 

Buy-down program

 

 

You enter into a buy-down program with a manufacturer in which you are required to reduce the selling price of the manufacturer’s products. In turn, the manufacturer agrees to compensate you for the amount of the price reduction. You purchase the manufacturer’s products directly from the manufacturer. The rebate revenue is subject to tax.

 

 

Coupon on package

 

 

Coupons on dog food bags indicate $2 off at register. The coupon also indicates “payable by Big Bad Dog Food Co. (BBDF Co.)” or “All promotional costs paid by BBDF Co.” The store clerk removes the coupon from the dog food bag and enters the amount of the discount into the register. The discount amount is included in your total taxable sales.

 

 

Rebate agreements

 

 

You enter into a rebate agreement with a soda distributor that allows you to receive payments from the distributor based on the number of 12-packs of soda you sell at a required discounted price during the month of September. The distributor determines the amount of the sales discount and you receive 50 cents for every 12-pack of soda that you sell in September at the required discounted price.

 

 

At the end of the promotional period, after verifying the number of 12-pack units sold, the distributor will issue a rebate check to you. The payment of 50 cents for every 12-pack of soda that you sell in September at the required discounted price is subject to tax.

 

 

Nontaxable rebates and incentives

 

 

Preferential shelf space

 

 

You enter into a written agreement with a manufacturer to advertise the manufacturer’s products and to provide the products preferential shelf space. You agree to the manufacturer’s terms and receive compensation from the manufacturer at the end of the promotional period. Assuming you can document that the agreements were not based on a selling price reduction, the payments from the manufacturer are not included in your taxable gross receipts.

 

 

Threshold agreements

 

 

You enter into graduated rebate agreements with a soda distributor that allows you reimbursement from the distributor based on the number of 12-packs of soda sold at a required discounted price during the month of July. The amount of the sales discount is dictated by the distributor as follows: It is certain that you will receive 50 cents for every 12-pack of soda sold in July at the required discounted price. However, after surpassing a minimum threshold of 12-pack units sold, you will receive an additional 50 cents for each additional 12-pack units sold over the minimum threshold. At the end of the promotional period, after verifying the number of 12-pack units sold, the distributor issues a rebate check to you. Only the certain payment of 50 cents for every 12-pack of soda that you sell in July at the required discounted price is subject to tax. Any additional contingent rebates received for exceeding the minimum threshold are not included in your total taxable sales.

 

 

Compensation based on your sales

 

 

A soda distributor enters into written agreements with you that allow you to receive payment from the distributor based on your sales of 12-packs of soda during the month of July. You retain copies of the agreements. In the agreement there is no requirement to reduce the selling price of the 12-packs of soda. At the end of the promotional period, the distributor issues you a rebate check. Provided you can document that the distributor did not require you to reduce the selling price of the product, the additional revenue is not included in your total taxable sales.

 

 

Compensation resulting in a reduced cost to you

 

 

You enter into an agreement with a manufacturer’s representative that allows you to receive payment from the manufacturer if your sales of the manufacturer’s automobile care products exceed a specific amount during the month of July. You offer the products at a reduced price and provide the automobile care products with preferential shelf space. Your sales for July exceed the specified amount and the manufacturer issues a check to you, as agreed. The rebate payment is not subject to tax.

 

 

Rebate based on the number of products you purchased

 

 

You buy products from either a wholesaler or the manufacturer. Retail sales of these products are generally subject to tax. An agreement may be entered into with either party for a rebate based upon the number of products purchased from the manufacturer or the wholesaler, if you agree to sell the products at a “target” price for a specified period. Typically, a target price is used to establish a general price range for a particular geographic area or demographic market. The rebates received either directly from the manufacturer or from the wholesaler are not subject to tax since they are tied to your wholesale purchases of the products, not to the number of retail sales made at the target price.

 

 

Documenting nontaxable agreements

 

 

The types of documentation that will generally support that the third party consideration received is not subject to tax include, but are not limited to, a copy of an agreement or contract between you (the retailer) and a third party that:

 

 

     

     

  1. Requires you to give specified products preferential shelf space in exchange for the payment received.
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  3. Provides you with an advertising allowance, equal to or in excess of the payment received, to advertise the third party’s products.
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  5. Provides that payment will be received only if you sell a certain quantity of the products within a specified price range during a particular period, or if you purchase a certain quantity of the products during a particular period.
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In the absence of a written agreement or contract, you may use any verifiable method of establishing that the consideration received from the third party was not subject to tax, such as a signed and dated letter provided by the third party that meet the nontaxable rebate requirements.

 

 

 

 

Rite Aid Manufacturer coupons generally appear in our weekly circular, on our website and are sent to customers via email. These coupons are labeled "manufacturer coupon" and have a UPC that begins with "49."

 

 

Rite Aid Coupon Acceptance Policy

 

 

At Rite Aid, we gladly accept many coupon types—including manufacturer coupons found in newspapers and magazines, as well as print-at-home coupons—to ensure you get the most value for your dollar. We accept the following coupon types as detailed in the coupon acceptance guidelines listed below:

 

 

COUPON TYPES:

 

 

Manufacturer Coupons

 

 

     

     

  • Manufacturer coupons are found in newspapers, magazines and even affixed to products. The UPC on these coupons begins with a "5."
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Rite Aid Manufacturer Coupons

 

 

Rite Aid Manufacturer coupons generally appear in our weekly circular, on our website and are sent to customers via email. These coupons are labeled "manufacturer coupon" and have a UPC that begins with "49."

 

 

Rite Aid Valuable Coupons

 

 

     

     

  • Rite Aid coupons are labeled "Valuable Coupon" and have a UPC that begins with "48."
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Internet/Print at Home coupons

 

 

     

     

  • Rite Aid will accept internet/print at home coupons.
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eCoupons

 

 

Rite Aid and its business partners make electronic coupons available that can be loaded directly on a wellness+ card. The register automatically "rings" the coupon when the qualifying item is scanned. eCoupons are subject to the same rules as other coupons as defined in this policy.

 

 

Buy One, Get One Free

 

 

     

     

  • Rite Aid accepts Buy One, Get One Free coupon, however, only one coupon can be used for each pair of items purchased. A customer can use one "cents off" coupon (a coupon of fixed value such as $.50, $1.25, etc.) in conjunction with the item they are purchasing on a Buy One, Get One Free promotion (or with a Buy One, Get One Free coupon), although the value of the cents off coupon cannot exceed the selling price of the item. Customers can use up to two coupons with a Buy One, Get One at a % off promotion, provided the total value of the coupons does not exceed the selling price of the two items combined.
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  1. Buy One, Get One Free coupon cannot be used in conjunction with a Buy One, Get One Free or with a Buy One, Get One at a % off promotion.
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Total Purchase Coupons

 

 

     

     

  • Rite Aid may feature total purchase coupons, which discount the total purchase amount based upon meeting specific requirements. For example, $5 off a $25 purchase price threshold coupon.

       

       

    • These coupons are accepted under the following conditions:
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    1. The coupon is valid and in date; only one total purchase coupon per transaction.
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    3. Total purchase equals or exceeds $25 before tax (before any coupons are applied).
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    5. Coupons for individual items can also be used including another "48" coupon that is tied to an item in the transaction.
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    7. Provided the total of items purchased is equal to or greater than the purchase requirement, other coupons can be used in conjunction with the total purchase coupon.
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    ACCEPTANCE GUIDELINES :

     

     

    General Guidelines:

     

     

       

       

    • Coupons must be valid and in date; Coupons cannot be exchanged for cash.
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    1. Register will validate coupon through scanning or keyed entry of the coupon UPC number.
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    3. In the event that any item’s selling price is less than the value of the coupon, Rite Aid will accept the coupon in exchange for the selling price of the item. Coupon redemption can never exceed the selling price of an item and no cash back is allowed.
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    5. When making a return for a product that had a coupon attached, Rite Aid cannot refund cash for the value of the coupon and cannot return the coupon that was used.
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    7. Rite Aid reserves the right to not accept any coupon where the validity or the coupon cannot be established.
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    Multiple Coupons

     

     

       

       

    • More than one coupon can be used on the purchase of a single item under the following conditions:
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    1. All coupons match the item being purchased.
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    3. The total of the coupons is equal to or less than the selling price of the item before sales tax.
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    No more than one "48" Rite Aid Valuable coupon, one "49" Rite Aid Manufacturer coupon, and one "5" Manufacturer coupon can be used on a single item. Rite Aid may accept up to 4 identical coupons for the same number of qualifying items as long as there is sufficient stock to satisfy other customers within the store manager’s sole discretion.

     

     

     

     

    Checkout 51 is an app that offers rebates on purchase. There is a list of available offers on the app and website. Checkout 51 updates the offer list every Thursday morning. Purchase items on the list at any store (including Costco). Take a photo of your receipt and upload it to the Checkout 51 app. Your account will be credited for the offer. A check is sent when your account balance reaches $20. Offers are only good for one week. When the next set of offers are loaded on Thursday, the previous offers expire. Quantities are limited and the limit is stated in each offer.

     

     

    How to Use Coupons at Costco

     

     

     

     

    A Costco warehouse membership is popular for many families trying to save money. You can purchase groceries and household items in bulk. Many of the items are less expensive than in grocery stores. Costco also offers low priced gas at many of its stores. Executive members receive a cash rebate for their purchases and Costco offers coupon savings.

     

     

    Costco sends out a coupon booklet to enrolled customers monthly. The great thing about Costco is that you don’t have to bring the coupon booklet to the store with you. The coupons are automatically taken off when you checkout. Prices in the store are clearly marked if there is a coupon available.

     

     

    But Costco does not accept manufacturers coupons. The coupons that you receive in the Sunday paper and use at your local grocery store are not accepted at Costco. Costco may not accept manufacturer coupons because most of those coupons are for a much smaller quantity than Costco sells and are time-consuming at the cash register. Lines can be long at Costco warehouses and they try to streamline the purchase process as much as possible.

     

     

    Even though Costco does not accept any coupons other than their own, there is a way to use multiple coupons Costco.

     

     

    Checkout 51 is an app that offers rebates on purchase. There is a list of available offers on the app and website. Checkout 51 updates the offer list every Thursday morning. Purchase items on the list at any store (including Costco). Take a photo of your receipt and upload it to the Checkout 51 app. Your account will be credited for the offer. A check is sent when your account balance reaches $20. Offers are only good for one week. When the next set of offers are loaded on Thursday, the previous offers expire. Quantities are limited and the limit is stated in each offer.

     

     

    Ibotta is another app that gives cash rebates for Costco purchases. Ibotta offers are store specific. A recent search of Ibotta found many rebate offers from Costco. To use Ibotta you must complete tasks to unlock the rebates. After the rebates are unlocked, go shopping and upload your receipt to the Ibotta app. Cash will be deposited into your Ibotta account within 48 hours.

     

     

    Snap is another app that gives cash rebates for shopping at Costco. Snap offers are valid for any grocery store or warehouse club. Download the Snap app. Check which items have rebate offers. Purchase the promoted items at Costco. Snap a photo of your receipt and upload it to the app. A check will be sent to you when you have earned $20.

     

     

    It is possible to earn rebates from multiple sources for one Costco purchase. If an item had a Costco coupon and rebate offer on Checkout 51, Ibotta and Snap the purchaser would be able to use the Coscto coupon and claim the rebate from three apps. If the customer is also an Executive member of Costco, they would receive a 3% rebate on the purchase.

     

     

     

    Do you have a Costco membership? Are you an Executive level member? Have you earned any of these apps to earn rebates at Costco?

     

     

     

     

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