With the kids heading back to school in a few short weeks (or maybe they already started!), many art projects and A+ assignments will be coming home in Friday folders! I’m going to need lots of tape so I can proudly display them on my walls. Rite Aid has tape for cheap this week, and there is a Single Check Rebate for extra savings! Check it out:

Buy 2 Rite Aid Home Invisible Tape, 3/4″ x 300 yds 3 pk $3.69, regular price
Buy One Get One Free through 8/25
Buy 2, Submit for $3.00 Single Check Rebate, Limit 2 
Pay $3.69, Submit $3.00 Single Check Rebate
Final Price: $0.35 each, when you buy 2 ($0.12 per roll)

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14 thoughts on “Invisible Tape, Only $0.12 Per Roll at Rite Aid!”

  1. CouponMel says:

    just bought this today! quick question though. I put in the info from my receipt and submitted it on the rebate website. Does it take a few days to process the information I put in? Because it is not showing up that I will receive $3 back. Any info would be great. thanks!!

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, it does take a few days to process. Usually Rite Aid will send you another email saying the information has processed, and then you can log in and make sure the rebate is listed!

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, Rite Aid will email you in a few days after your receipt information has processed!

    • Anonymous says:

      It does take a few days for Rite Aid to process your rebate information. They will email you in a few days, and then you can sign in and make sure the correct rebates are showing up online!

  2. stefany says:

    this is going to be a great deal. My daughter is constantly going thru tape making accessories for her littlest petshops. if i cant find tape or scissors, in her room surely i will find

  3. jaime says:

    can u do a single check rebate if you buy only one and the other was free? If im buying two, wouldn’t the total be $7.38 and i would get four 3-packs?

    • Whammy84 says:

      I believe so, but it says maximum of 2 $3 rebates when you buy in multiples of 2. I bought 4 packs (12 rolls of tape total) for $7.38 and submitted for $6 in rebates.

    • You do qualify for the Single Check Rebate when you only buy two and one is free. If you want to do this deal twice and buy four, you can, but then you have reached your limit of two Single Check Rebates.

  4. laura s says:

    Stocking up! Good for wrapping presents.. Christmas is right around the corner.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Can someone explain how the Rite Aid Rebates work?

    • Click on the link above to the Single Check Rebate page. There, you will need to create an account. Each time you make a qualifying purchase, all you have to do is save your receipt until you get home and enter your receipt information online. Then at the end of the month you can request your check! You can read more about the program by clicking on the “101″ tab on our Rite Aid page.