Get your cash back send in those Valuable Rebates now I know sometimes it seems like a lot of work to send din a copy of your receipt and clip out that UPC code , but when you receive that rebate check in the mail it will all be worth it.
Rebates are easy to find. Every store has them available your first stop will be the coupon counter or bulletin board of your store most rebates are posted there. You can also find them on your favorite products and in your weekly circulars. Some of the most useful rebates for advertisers are the “Try me Free” these are attached to new items on the market the manufacture offers a rebate for the full amount of purchase. You send in the rebate and you receive the amount back in a check and basically the manufacture is paying you to use their product in hopes you will want to buy it again.
Take a good look at your rebate offer and examine the expiration date and make sure that the rebate does not exclude the use of a coupon.
Now not all rebates require postage so make sure you read the form carefully. There are also ways to file your rebate on line in stores like Staples, Rite Aid, and Walgreens they have monthly rebate offers that can be redeemed online by entering the same information you would on a mail in rebate you’ll still receive your rebate by mail but it cuts down on time and money because you don’t have to pay for postage.
So just don’t throw away those rebates fill them out and cash in your savings.
TIP: Before you check out, check the dates on the rebate offer. Sometimes old merchandise can have old rebate offers still attached to them.
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