This week, Rite Aid has the Wonderful pistachios on sale for 2/$6 get $1 Bonus Cash (limit 2) plus it’s being reported that there is a $3 Monthly Deal when you buy 3.

Scenario:

Buy 4 Wonderful pistachios $12
Use (4) -$.50 off Wonderful pistachios, 5-8 oz, SS 03/11

Total after coupons used = $10

Get Back $5 BC – (2) $1 and $3

Final Price: $5 or $1.25 each!!!

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Looks like Plenti is Leaving us for Good😵

Well, I think some of us was kind of holding out hope that Rite Aid would go back to Plenti Points but I received email from Rite Aid saying the following:

From all of us at Plenti, thank you for being a Plenti member! However, Plenti will end on July 10, 2018

To use points for savings, you must have at least 200 points.  We encourage you to visit your nearest participating partner location to ear more points for savings!

Thank you for your membership!

If you look at the picture above, it has all of the participating partner stores – Rite Aid, Exxon/Mobil, Macy’s, Win-Dixie, Bi-Lo and Harvey’s.

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Rite Aid: Possible FREE GE Light Bulbs!!!

This week, Rite Aid has select GE light bulbs on sale for $7.99 get $2 Bonus Cash (limit 1) and if you have the targeted $5 off GE light bulb Rite Aid coupon or Load2Card coupon then you can get the light bulb for totally FREE because there is a $1 GE light bulb Ibotta rebate, limit 5 (must sign up and activate rebate)!!!

Scenario:

Buy 1 GE light bulb $7.99
Use -$5 off GE light bulb Rite Aid coupon

Total after coupon used = $2.99

Get Back $5 Bonus Cash

Submit for $1 Ibotta rebate

Final Price: FREE!!!

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Check the Rite Aid App

It is being reported that when you update the Rite Aid app, it now shows how much in Bonus Cash you available to spend.

Pic by savewithsydney

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Is the Rite Aid Bonus Cash Going Away???

As most of you know that I do very little Rite Aid shopping since their switch to their Bonus Cash loyalty program back in January of this year.

Back when I started couponing in 2008, Rite Aid had a totally different loyalty program called the Single Check Rebate (SCRs) and yes, they would actually send you a check which you could cash the check in the store or at your bank or buy whatever wanted inside Rite Aid with the check.  Rite Aid had all kinds of promotions like the Gift of Savings on top of the SCRs and the Rite Aid gift cards that you could earn.

Then came the +Up Rewards loyalty program, it was a let down from the SCR program.

Rite Aid then switched to the Plenti Points program and we loved that loyalty program because was so much freedom of not have to roll your store rewards before they expired.

The ratchet Bonus Cash program is kind of a reinvention of the +Up Rewards program.

However, yesterday, a reader, Amber, was told by her cashier that Rite Aid will be doing away with the Bonus Cash program and it will be gone by July!!!!!!!!!!

We will have to wait and see. 🙂  Maybe, Rite Aid will bring back the Single Check Rebate.

The picture above is for entertainment purposes only, I do not know what will be the next loyalty program at Rite Aid.

Pic by I Heart Rite Aid circa 2010

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