Shopping and using coupons at Rite Aid seems a little confusing when you are first getting started, but once you learn the ropes you will be a pro! Rite Aid has a great rewards program that can get score you free items or deep discounts. Before you start shopping at Rite Aid you will want to know the ins and outs so you get the most bang for your buck.
The first thing you will want to do is print out the Rite Aid coupon policy. Take some time to read this policy over and ensure you understand it. I also suggest putting the policy in your coupon binder as well. Sometimes you will come across a cashier that isn’t familiar with the coupon policy. Having the document on hand and being able to politely explain the policy will save you from arguing with the cashier.
Next, you will want to sign up for the Rite Aid wellness+ program. You will need to be registered in the wellness+ program in order to take advantage of the +Up Rewards that Rite Aid offers. You will also want to create an account online so you can take advantage of the online benefits Rite Aid offers.
What Are +Up Rewards?
+Up Rewards and basically store cash you get for purchasing products that offer +Up Rewards. If you purchase a product that offers +Up Rewards, the rewards will be added to your wellness+ card or printed out on your receipt. The rewards are available to use the following day at 6am and can be used for 14 days.
If you have your rewards automatically added to your wellness+ card you don’t have much control over how the rewards are used. Getting your rewards printed out on your receipt will give you the ability to decide when to use the rewards. To get your rewards printed out on your receipt, ask your cashier to change your preferences.
How to Use Your +Up Rewards
Once you have collected some +Up Rewards you will want to use them. Stacking +Up Rewards with manufacturer coupons is a great way to maximize your savings. Keep in mind that you will want to hand over your manufacturer coupons first, then your wellness+ card and then any +Up Rewards. Using this process is important to make sure you getting the best savings.
Here is an example of how to use your +Up Rewards:
Frosted Flakes are on sale for $2.50 a box.
You have a manufacturer coupon for $1 off Frosted Flakes
You also have a $1 in +Up Rewards
This would make your out-of-pocket total .50 cents!
To find coupons to match with Rite Aid’s sale ad, visit Rite Aid Coupon Matchups.
Rite Aid Store Coupons
Rite Aid offers their customers a few different types of store coupons. First off you will see coupons in their weekly flyer. Make sure to check this flyer every week for some great coupons!
Secondly, Rite Aid offers a program called Video Values. The Video Values program is a great way to earn coupons just for watching a short commercial. You can log into Ad Perks to watch these commercials. The Video Value coupons can be stacked with manufacturer coupons and your +Up Rewards.