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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Heads up Rite Aid shoppers, they are making big changes in their rewards program starting 12/31.  While you will still be able to redeem Plenti Points (the old program), you will start to earn “Wellness+ Bonus Cash” from participating deals.

You will eventually have to get yet another Rite Aid card since the current card runs through the Plenti program entirely.  As you buy participating items your Wellness+ Bonus Cash will load straight to your card to use on your next shopping trip.

They are coming out strong with the program. The first ad with the deals starting 12/31 and has over 80 different deals all offering rewards!

Wellness+ Bonus Cash Rewards are loaded automatically to wellness+ or Plenti card only for use 6AM the day after issuance, and expire after 60 days.

On another note: Many of us in the south won’t have Rite Aid after the spring of 2018… so really just enjoy whatever program they give you while you can.

    • Becky

      When you say Rite Aid will be gone in the south does that mean Virginia too? I can’t seem to find anything online telling me where the closings will be.

      • Varn9899

        you should ask your local store BUT Walgreen’s bought them out in the Carolinas and further south which means some stores that now have both at the same intersection will be losing one within the next year

      • Stephanie Peccia Shedd

        Becky, the stores of Rite Aid are closing in Virginia except for the Hampton Roads area up to Richmond. Everywhere else will be converting to Walgreens.

    • Christina S

      I hope they don’t close ours, we have one of the only ones in the Upstate that is a Sav-a-lot/Rite Aid. Its a great place to go when you just need to grab a couple of things, with good prices, a bit like a mini Aldi.

    • Steve

      My rite aid Is changing to a walgreens. But I’m in the west: slc utah. Theyll still be plenty of Rite Aids for now.Thanks for the info on the new rewards program didn’t fully understand it looking at the ad

    • Trish

      Do this mean that those with GOLD status will no longer get the 20% off non-sale items? I shopped yesterday and on my receipt it said that I had a total of 11$ of Bonus Dollars. But, when looking through my app, it only showed 9$? What happened to the other 2$’s? Also, who can I even speak to about this oversight? If PLENTI is not involved, who will answer these questions? Personally, I just care about my 20% off. Anybody?

      • Jennifer

        I agree. I am only worried about my 20 percent. It makes it much easier to go in and grab things I need. The milk there is cheaper after my 20 percent, along with some other things. Rite Aid has been my one stop shop since I earned gold status. Love getting their dollar items for 80 cents.

        I have asked these same questions at my store. They don’t know. They are only trickled information and we probably know about the changes before they will be told, which is very sad.

    • Trish

      Oooops! I meant to say DOES. Not DO