Rite Aid: Up+ Rewards Program!

wellness+ rewards card

There is a new wellness+up rewards in certain test markets only: Select stores in the Harrisburg, PA, Greensboro, NC, Buffalo, NY, and Florence, AL. Since I am in a Test Market I will be able to give you all the information I find on this new program. And I like it so far! You can sign up for the Wellness+ in store or online HERE.

The following is from a corporate memo:

“Select stores in the Harrisburg, PA, Greensboro, NC, Buffalo, NY, and Florence, AL, markets will test an exciting new addition to our Wellness + program called the “+Up Reward” (pronounced “plus up reward”). When customers buy select products they will receive a one-time-use coupon printed on the bottom of their receipt good toward their next purchase…

We will begin testing this program… with in-store signs only…” {Which means not in ads}

The first reward I told you about was the Huggies reward. It printed at the end of receipt
+up reward: $11.99 off a non-prescription purchase*
from the purchase of huggies

* good through 6/26/10 on 1 purchase only of at least $11.99 of eligible product excluding sales tax. no cash given. not valid on prescriptions, lottery tickets, tobacco, alcohol, money orders, prepaid cards, stamps, licenses, other mailing services, online purchases or any items excluded by law; wellness card required.

  • The program is supposedly going national June 6 or sometime this summer.
  • The required purchases are cumulative which means as long as you use the same wellness card you do not have to buy all required items in one transaction. You could have bought 2 packs of diapers and then 1 pack of diapers and then it would have printed.
  • The rewards appear to roll (for example, you can use the huggies reward when you buy more huggies and a new reward will still print.)

If anyone knows anyother information or has any questions let me know!

{Thanks I heart Rite Aid for the information!}

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