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Is the Rite Aid weekly flyer freely accessible?

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Rite Aid offers both online and print versions of its weekly advertising flyer free to all customers, as of 2015. The print version of the flyer often differs slightly from the online version and can be picked up at any local Rite Aid location. To access the online flyer, visitors should navigate to RiteAid.com, click on the Weekly Ad icon at the top of the home page, then enter the desired store's ZIP code.

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Rite Aid's flyers are updated weekly and require no membership or other registration to access any of the sale information. When viewing online deals, visitors can add items to a shopping list, which can be printed or emailed for use when they go to the store.

First opened in 1962 as the Thrift D Discount Center in Scranton, PA, the company officially changed its name to Rite Aid in 1968. As of 2015, Rite Aid Corporation is one of the largest drugstore chains in the United States, with over 4,600 stores in 31 states and the District of Columbia.

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