Centsible Saver

August 19, 2014 6:00 AM

What to do when your mail-in rebate is rejected

Mail-in rebates are a great way to reap extra savings on your grocery budget -- especially on items for which coupons are rarely issued such as meat and produce. But what happens when you get a rejection post card in the mail instead of the anticipated $10 or $20 check? Here are a few tips to ensure you get your rebate cash:

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