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Camp Hill, Pa. Customers who transfer their prescriptions to Rite Aid with a qualifying coupon soon will receive a $30 gift card and have a chance to win a year's worth of free gas valued at $2,600.
Rite Aid announced its "Fill Up & Fuel Up" program running June 6, 2008, through Jan. 10, 2009. During the sweepstakes period, a total of 31 winners drawn from a chain-wide weekly drawing each will receive a Gas Gift Card totaling $2,600, good at any gas station.
Customers redeeming a "Fill Up & Fuel Up" coupon available in Rite Aid weekly circulars and other advertising and promotions materials will receive a $30 Rite Aid gift card for transferring a prescription.
"We can't control the price of gas, but for 31 lucky winners, this sure will make traveling a bit easier,” John Learish, Rite Aid senior VP of marketing, said in a statement.