Here’s How to Save at Least 30 Percent at Rite Aid

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Most everything is 25 percent off at RiteAid.com through Saturday.

That includes all regularly priced items, from cosmetics and hair care to deodorant and toothpaste.

The 25 percent discount is applied automatically after you put items in your e-cart, and shipping is free for orders of at least $35. No promo code is required, although a loyalty card is. Rite Aid’s loyalty program has merged with the Plenti loyalty program and is now called “wellness+ Plenti.” It’s free to sign up for it, which you can do here.

Plenti is a loyalty program used by multiple companies, including AT&T, Hulu, Macy’s, Mobil and Nationwide. So the Plenti points that you earn on purchases from one of these companies often can be redeemed on purchases from others.

Plus, if you use a Plenti card when taking advantage of Rite Aid’s current discounts, you will earn more points than usual on eligible items.

That’s because the 25 percent discount coincides with Rite Aid’s Big Point Event. Here’s how it works:

  • Purchase $100 of participating products by Feb. 27 and earn 2,000 Plenti points.
  • Purchase $150 (or $50 more) and earn an additional 1,500 points.
  • Purchase $200 (or $50 more) and earn an additional 1,500 points.

So you can rack up a total of 5,000 Plenti points, which is worth $50 in savings.

Now, turn your 25 percent discount into a 30 percent discount and get a $10 gift card

Cash-back shopping service Ebates will get you an extra 5 percent cash back at RiteAid.com. Not a member? Now’s the time to join, because not only will you get an additional 5 percent cash back at Rite Aid, you’ll start getting a rebate every time you shop at any of 1,800 online stores. Plus, as soon as you spend $25 through Ebates, you’ll get a $10 gift card good at Walmart, Macy’s, Target or Kohl’s.

Click this link, which will take you to the Ebates sign-up page. Join with Facebook, or simply fill in your email address. That’s it: You don’t have to provide bank or credit card info and the process takes less time than it took to read this sentence.

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