Saturday, June 19, 2010

Rite Aid +UP Reward Program

Rite Aid has another new program nationwide called the +UP Reward program.

Here's how it works:

  • If you shop at CVS, the program appears to be similar to the CVS Extra Care Bucks program, where the reward is printed at the bottom of your receipt. (see above)
  • You will find the +Up Rewards qualifying items listed in Rite Aids weekly ad.  Look for a shelf tag next to the item specifying the +UP Reward (just like the the Single Check Rebate tags).
  • You will need to scan your Wellness+ card to get the +UP rewards.
  • The rewards print on your receipt. .
  • They will “roll”. So you can buy one, get the +UP rewards and buy the same item, earning another +UP rewards. No limit.
  • There is a limit of 1 +UP Reward per item per transaction. 
  • The +UP Rewards are appearing to roll.  
  • At this time, there does not appear to be a limit on the number of times you can get a +UP Reward for an item in separate transactions.  This may change in the future as Rite Aid refines the program.
  • +UP rewards expire 2 weeks from when the +UP reward deal ends. If its 7/01 but the reward deal ends on 7/14..then your +UP rewards would have an expiration date of 7/21.  But if its 6/1 and your reward ends /1 then your expiration date would be 5/15
  • Rite Aid will not adjust your +UP rewards down, so you will need a filler if your rewards exceeds your item. No overage.
  • As of right now, Rite Aid still has the SCR program.  However, it is still to be seen if they phase out the SCR program in favor of the +UP Rewards program.

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