Why do companies offer large rebates on both high and low ticket items? As many as 40% of all rebates are never redeemed by the consumer. The redemption rate is even less during the holiday season. Redeem rebates quickly after buying a product to help insure that you won't forget to mail the rebate or won't be able to since you've lost the receipt. If you are buying gifts make sure that you can get the rebate and still give the gift to the recipient without destroying the box.
Here's a printable rebate checklist that can be helpful in tracking your rebates. It's in PDF format.
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When purchasing a large appliance, there is often a store or manufacturer's rebate attached. What many don't realize, however, is that there are more rebates waiting to be taken.
Take advantage of rebates at Rite Aid, Walgreens, Office Max, Auto Zone, CVS and the grocery store.
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My husband regularly takes several prescription drugs. I have seen where sometimes you can get a rebate coupon for up to $30 on prescriptions - does anyone know if there is a website that you can check drugs you are taking to see if they qualify for such rebates? All of his co-pays just doubled so I am looking for ways to save some money. He already requests samples but they are not available for several of his medications. Thanks.
go to http://www.needymeds.com. Look up each of your husband's medications. You most often can request free medications from the pharmacuetical companies Patient Assistance programs.
I do a google search for the drug by name. Name brand drugs often have a website, and if there is a rebate, that's where you'll find that information. I've done it with three drugs (all name brand), and I've found rebates on all of them. I doubt that you'll find any coupons on generic drugs, but that's worth a try, too, at the manufacturer's website.
There are sites that list rebates/credits when you transer a med RX. I think the easiest way is to call the phar and ask them what type of incentive/coupon they have for transfering a rx.
also, check the local coupon ads - there was one this Sunday for $20 if I transferred an rx to that store.
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Is there a site where you can print out mail-in rebate forms for any and all products? I am looking for a list of all the companies that offer mail-in rebates.
Mail-in rebates are not as common as they were pre-internet. Livingrichwithcoupons.com lets you know about all deals, including mail-in rebates.
I don't know a site that lists all possible mail in rebates. But you can find some rebates occasionally from Kohls, Macy's, JcPenney. Usually household appliances, they would be like $9.99 after rebate.
Not mail in rebate, but app like Ibotta - where you buy any products that have rebates you get cash back. This is an app I personally use and have gotten over $500 back.
Everything is more electronic these days for cash back. Try platforms like Ibotta, Checkout51, Flipp, and Paribus.
I just purchased a new chest freezer. Are they still offering rebates for energy saving appliances? How can I find out? Thanks.
Go to the appliance maker's website. You should find information there as to whether or not they are offering rebates, and/or the place you purchased the appliance(s) from should also have information.