Start Earning Plenti Points at Rite Aid on Monday, 5/4 {Similar to +UP Rewards}

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Plenti Loyalty Program

Last month we told you about the new Plenti Loyalty Program that would be replacing the +UP Rewards program at Rite Aid.  The Plenti program is set to begin this Monday, 5/4/15.  You may have received your new Plenti card in the mail by now, they have been sent to the address on file with your wellness+ card.  This card must be linked to your wellness+ card and can be done at your store between now and Sunday 5/3.  Once you link your Plenti card and wellness+ card, you will need to activate your Plenti account. This can be done beginning Monday 5/4 by visiting (Note: this link will not work until Monday 5/4/15).

Using the Plenti Program you will continue to receive the same great wellness+ benefits you have received only now you can earn Plenti points at Rite Aid and other Plenti partners.  An example of the Plenti Partners are:

  • AT&T
  • Exxon
  • Macy’s
  • Mobil
  • Nationwide
  • Direct Energy
  • Hulu

Here are some important points about the Plenti Program:

  • Rite Aid customers will earn Plenti Points on certain promoted products advertised in the circular and throughout the store.
  • 100 Points is equivalent to $1.00.  You must have at least 200 Plenti Points in order to redeem points.
  • Points will be available to use at Rite Aid beginning 6 am the day after they are earned and will be good for at least 2 years.
  • Rite Aid customers will continue to earn wellness+ points towards gold, silver and bronze status.

We will begin posting deals reflecting using the new Plenti points at Rite Aid.  Check out the following deal beginning next week at Rite Aid that involves Plenti points

As more information becomes available, we will share that with you right away.  We will certainly test the ease of use and redemption next week and report back.  Let us know your thoughts on the new Plenti program.