Rite Aid $5 off $20 coupon for watching videos

Get a $5 off $20 Rite Aid coupon for watching a bunch of video ads online. Here's how it works. Rite Aid has dozens of video ads on its site for products the drugstore sells, from Almond Joy to Zegerid. Each video is worth 1-2 points, depending on the length, which is usually 15-seconds to 90-seconds. Accumulate 20 points to get the $5 off coupon.

You cannot click on another tab or document on your computer or the video will stop playing. They really do want you to watch the ads, though if you happen to glance at the crossword no one is the wiser. You can only watch each video once. After the video ends, the site gives you 30 seconds to enter a code to confirm you didn't start the video and walk away. Rite Aid credits your account immediately. In addition to earning credits, a lot of the videos come with printable coupons for the product advertised.

I spent about 10 minutes to earn 20 credits, which I redeemed for a $5 off Rite Aid coupon right before my last trip to the drugstore. I recommend watching these video ads if you plan to buy a lot of stuff at Rite Aid and want to reduce your bill.