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CAMP HILL, Pa. — Rite Aid is offering customers ways to earn money back on purchases made from Black Friday through Christmas Eve.
The drug store chain said that its Gift of Savings program allowing customers to earn $5 to $25 back. Customers can earn a Rite Aid gift certificate of $5, $10 or $20, if they spend between $25 and $100 before Dec. 24. If $25 of the total is spent on photo gifts, customers receive an additional $5 certificate. To receive their gift certificate, customers complete and mail a form found at any Rite Aid store or go to RiteAid.com and submit information from receipts dated Nov. 26 through Dec. 24.
Also starting Thanksgiving week, customers enrolled in Wellness+ get Three Big Days to Save (Nov. 25 to 27), which gives members access to exclusive deals that generate +UP rewards, Rite Aid said. One promotion offered to Wellness+ members is weekly toy specials, in which enrollees can get a Toy of the Week at a week-long special price.
Additional ways Rite Aid is helping customers save big this holiday season include:
- Video Values program, which allows customers to print coupons after watching informational videos accessible through RiteAid.com, with more than $300 worth of coupons in November and December;
- The Single Check Rebate program, worth more than $1,000 back on select November and December purchases;
- The increasing reward tiers for Wellness+, which lets members earn up to 20% off most purchases every day for at least a year. Since discounts are based on cumulative purchase totals and reset Jan. 1, the 2010 holiday season is the last chance for members to lock in their discount rates through the end of 2011.
Rite Aid operates 4,700 stores in 31 states and the District of Columbia.