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Rite Aid rewards and coupon policy

Posted June 5, 2014

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Rite Aid offers a store reward program, printable store coupons, a senior savings program and more. In our continuing series of ways to save money, here are the basics of the Rite Aid reward programs and their coupon policy. For all the previous articles in the series, click on the "Frugal Living: A step-by-step guide" link above.

Rite Aid Wellness+ rewards program

Must have Wellness + rewards card to earn rewards and get sale prices and store coupons.

Earn 1 point for every dollar spent on non-prescription purchases.

Earn 25 points for prescriptions (non-givernment funded).

Save 10% off Rite Aid Brand for a year and get a 10% shopping pass oce you earn 250 points.

Save 10% off the entire store for a year once you get 500 points.

Save 20% off the entire store for a year once you earn 1000 points.

Wellness65+: Seniors get 20% off the first Wednesday of every month if they are signed up for the wellness65+ program.

Rx Savings Program: Sign up to save 15% off on select brand name and generic prescription drugs.

You can see more information about the Wellness+ program on their website.

+Up Rewards

+Up Rewards are rebates that are earned when you purchase qualifying products found in the weekly ad. The rewards are loaded to your wellness+ card and available the next day after 6 am. If you prefer to have the rewards printed, you can ask an associate about that option.

+UP rewards are not valid on prescriptions, cigarettes, alcohol, gift cards, online purchases, lottery, money orders, stamps and more.

Multiple +UP rewards can be used up to the amount of purchase before sales tax.

Video Values are store coupons you print from after watching a short video for each coupon you want to print. You can couple manufacturer coupons and Video Value store coupons on the same product.

Coupon Policy

You can couple previously earned +UP rewards, Video Values, Rite Aid “Manufacturer” coupons (UPC begins with 49) and manufacturer’s coupons all on the same item.

BOGO: Only 1 coupon can be used on the pair of a Buy One Get One Free deal

BOGO coupons cannot be used with a BOGO or Buy One Get a % Off sale

If a coupon value is more than the product price, Rite Aid will accept the coupon for the cost of the item. You will not get any overage.

Can use up to 4 identical coupons for the same number of items as long as there is stock

You can see the full coupon policy on their website.



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