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UPDATED May 2015
In many ways Rite Aid’s rewards program and coupon policy outdoes its competitors. If you’re on the fence, wondering whether it’s time you mastered the art of shopping at Rite Aid, take my advice and don’t delay another day. With every week that goes by, you’re missing out on more and more krazy bargains!
Wellness+ Plenti Card
Sign up for the free Rite Aid Wellness+ Plenti card at RiteAid.com. Each time you shop, use your phone number or hand your Wellness+ Plenti card to the cashier. Using the Wellness+ Plenti card will qualify you to receive Wellness+ points for every dollar you spend. The more points you earn the more you save, up to 20% on the entire store!
Each week, Rite Aid offers Plenti Points with qualifying purchases. Check the weekly ads and sales tags in stores to find products generating Plenti Points.
To Earn Points
Purchase qualifying products and earn Points. It’s as simple as that! Be sure to scan your card or enter your phone number at checkout to earn Points.
You can earn multiple Points in a single transaction. However, Rite Aid does limit how many times you can receive Points from the same promotion throughout the life of the sale. You can find these limits noted in the weekly ad and on the sale tags.
Manufacturer coupons and Rite Aid coupons do not interfere with any Points earned. In other words, you will still earn Points when using coupons! Your Wellness+ Plenti card does track purchases. If you need to spend a certain dollar amount to receive Points, you can achieve that amount throughout the life of the sale. Once you have made a qualifying purchase, the earned Plenti Points will be printed at the bottom of your receipt.
Rite Aid’s Plenti Points typically have limits; often the limit will be two. This means that you can complete the promotion twice and receive the Plenti Points twice. On the third try you will still receive the sale price but Points will not be generated. These limits are stated in the weekly ads and on sale tags of a qualifying product. Please remember that Rite Aid reserves the right to limit quantities, but even if they don’t, it’s important to be courteous to your fellow shoppers by leaving some product for everyone else.
To Redeem Points
To be eligible to use Points, you must have at least 200 Points in your Plenti account. 100 Points are worth $1.00. Points can be redeemed starting at 6:00 a.m. on the day after they were earned. The Points you earn do not expire for two years!
To redeem Points, follow the prompts on the debit card pad or ask your cashier. A great thing about Plenti Points is that you can redeem Points and still earn Points in a single transaction.
The Plenti program also allows you to redeem Plenti Points at various retail and service partners. We suggest rolling Points at Rite Aid to maximize coupon savings!
You cannot redeem or earn Points on purchases of: items excluded by law, prepaid cards, lottery tickets, cash equivalents, and other items a sponsor may deem ineligible. To read more, visit the full Rite Aid Wellness+Plenti Information page or visit Plenti.com.
Rite Aid in-ad coupons can be found in the weekly sales circular in the Sunday paper and near the entrance of your local Rite Aid store. These are store coupons with the sequence RC49 preceding the numerals under the barcode.
Rite Aid coupon policy calls these “Rite Aid Manufacturer Coupons.” (It’s like a coupon contradiction: is it a Rite Aid store coupon or a manufacturer coupon?) Rest assured these are store coupons.
The Rite Aid coupon policy allows the customer to use more than one coupon per item as long as the total of the coupons is equal to or less than the price of the product before sales tax. The best part about stacking coupons at Rite Aid is that you are allowed to use three (yes, three!) coupons per item. Here’s a quote straight from the policy:
“No more than
- one “48” Rite Aid Valuable coupon,
- one “49” Rite Aid Manufacturer coupon, and
- one “5” Manufacturer coupon can be used on a single item.”
Now you see why it’s important to look at the first numerals along the barcode of your coupon. You can use these numerals to determine how many coupons can be redeemed against one item.
Rite Aid isn’t throwing money at us like the lottery. They do impose some limits for shoppers to work around. Rite Aid limits shoppers to no more than four identical coupons in one shopping order. Quantities allowed are up to the store manager’s sole discretion.
Buy One Get One Free Coupons
Shoppers used to be able to stack a BOGO coupon with a BOGO sale at Rite Aid in order to get two products for free. Rite Aid’s updated policy no longer allows this practice. In regards to BOGO coupons specifically, the policy states,
“. . . only one coupon can be used for each pair of items purchased. A customer can use one “cents off” coupon in conjunction with the item they are purchasing on a Buy One Get One Free promotion (or with a Buy One Get One Free coupon), although the value of the cents off coupon cannot exceed the selling price of the item.”
Buy 2 Special K Cereal $5.00
Buy One Get One Free
Use one $1.00/1 – Manufacturer coupon
Final Price: $2.00 each, when you buy 2
The Rite Aid coupon policy does not allow for overages. In regards to a situation where the coupon value exceeds the selling price of a product, the policy states,
“. . . In the event that any item’s selling price is less than the value of the coupon, Rite Aid will accept the coupon in exchange for the selling price of the item. Coupon redemption can never exceed the selling price of an item and no cash back is allowed.”
Buy 1 CeraVe Hydrating Cleanser Bar, 4.5 oz $4.99
Use one $6.00/1 – Manufacturer coupon
Final Price: Free
Although Rite Aid does not allow for overages, you can still make money on a product using Plenti Points. When the Points you receive exceed the amout that you paid out-of-pocket on a product it is considered a moneymaker. Here is an example:
Buy 2 Ziploc Freezer Bags, 10-20 ct $2.00 each, when you buy 2
Buy 2, Receive 200 Plenti Points, Limit 2
Use two $1.50/1 – Manufacturer coupons
Pay $1.00, Receive 200 Plenti Points
Final Price: $1.00 Moneymaker
Even though the cashier didn’t open his till and hand you a $1.00 bill, you’re receiving Plenti Points, which hold a value greater than the $1.00 you paid for the entire shopping order. We call this a moneymaker! In the above example, you can also see that we redeemed a manufacturer coupon against the Ziploc bags and we still received the full Points. You may redeem both manufacturer and store coupons against these products without affecting the value of the Plenti Points. Sometimes you can even get your out-of-pocket total down to nearly zero and still earn the Points!