2012 Changes to the Rite Aid Wellness Program

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Rite Aid is making exciting changes to its wellness+ program to deliver even more value to its most loyal customers. These changes will begin on Jan. 1st, 2012.  The following is a press release sent to me today from Rite Aid…

Rite Aid will introduce Load2Card, a new coupon management program that will allow all wellness+ members to save, manage and redeem Rite Aid and manufacturer coupons available throughout the internet via their wellness+ card. Rite Aid is the first in the drugstore industry to offer this tool. Every week, members will have the opportunity to load an average of more than $100 in savings directly to their wellness+ card. The coupon savings will automatically be deducted from applicable purchases when customers scan their wellness+ card at checkout. Paper coupons will continue to be accepted.

To enable the direct-to-card savings, on or after Jan. 1, 2012, members simply need to activate and log in to their online wellness+ account on www.riteaid.com. Customers who do not yet have a wellness+ account will also be able to create one at this time and to use Load2Card immediately.

Also new in 2012, when members reach 500 points, they’ll earn a wellness reward of their choice, such as a gym membership, health/fitness magazine subscription or health screening. All members will receive notification of reward eligibility and redemption details on their register receipt and by email.

Members of wellness+ will also be able to enjoy three tiers of savings and rewards in 2012. Adding to the gold and silver wellness+ membership tiers, Rite Aid has created a brand new bronze tier for members who reach 250 points in a single year. Bronze tier members will receive 10 percent off all RiteAid brand products every day as well as a one-time 10 percent off shopping pass* for use in the store.

The silver and gold tier point levels will stay the same at 500 and 1,000 points respectively. Upon reaching 500 points, silver members receive 10 percent off all qualifying non-prescription purchases every dayAfter reaching 1,000 points, gold members receive 20 percent off all qualifying non-prescriptions every day. Anyone who reaches silver or gold status by the end of 2011 will retain their status throughout 2012.

All members of wellness+ will continue to enjoy everyday benefits, available immediately upon enrollment, including:

  1. +UP Rewards, which print at the bottom of a register receipt and are redeemable like cash toward a future qualifying purchase
  2. Members-only sale pricing throughout the store
  3. 24/7 exclusive access to a Rite Aid pharmacist by calling 1-800-RITE-AID

To learn more about all of the changes to Rite Aid’s wellness+ program effective January 1, 2012 or to enroll, visit www.riteaid.com or any Rite Aidpharmacy.


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  1. I am just wondering if it is cumulative througth many years to reach to the different tiers. Does anyone know this?

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