By Jessica Reinhart
Although you may not include stores like CVS, Rite Aid and Walgreens in your weekly shopping trips, you may want to start.
Why? Because that’s where you’ll find some of the best deals week after week. Many drugstores offer valuable rewards programs to loyal shoppers that save you money. Sure, you probably won’t be able to get all of your groceries there, but you’ll reap more by going than by skipping them all together.
The methodology behind each store's rewards program varies slightly, but all have the same end goal: to save you money and therefore keep you coming back for more. Because shopping at stores that offer rewards programs means employing a different strategy than shopping at stores that don’t, we’ve rounded up five tips to help you save big:
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