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Rite-Aid BonusCash rewards for 2-Dec-18 to 8-Dec-18 ... 16% back on GameStop, Google (& other GC's)

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#1 Cornelius   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   999 Posts   Joined 15.6 Years Ago  

Posted 02 December 2018 - 11:49 PM

In this week's Rite-Aid ad, you'll find the offer for "$8 wellness+ rewards BonusCash when you buy $50 of GameStop GC's" as well as "$8 wellness+ rewards BonusCash when you buy $50 of Google Play GC's".  Limit 2 offers per customer per group (see bulleted list below)
 
The GameStop GC's have a flexible value of $25-$250, but you'll obviously want to get 2 x $50.  The Google GC's are fixed at $50, and you'll want to get 2 x $50 of those as well.

 

Here's the list of all GC's yielding BonusCash this week.  Remember the limit of "2 offers per customer" is per bullet-point, not 2 total, so you can still buy $100 of GameStop and $100 of Google Play GC's in the same week.

  • GameStop or The Children's Place ... $8 BonusCash when you buy total of $50 (limit 2 offers) ... and I can personally confirm GameStop credit can be used to buy instant/emailed Xbox/PSN credit on the GS website. :D/
  • Google Play ... $8 BonusCash when you buy $50 (limit 2 offers)
  • Red Robin or TGI Fridays ... $8 when you buy total of $50 (limit 2 offers)
  • Nike or Foot Locker ... $8 when you buy total of $50 (limit 2 offers)
  • PetSmart or Petco ... $6 when you buy $30 (limit 2 offers)
  • Cabela's or Bass Pro Shops ... $6 when you buy $30 (limit 2 offers)
  • AMC or Regal ... $5 when you buy $25 (limit 2 offers)
  • Krispy Kreme or Domino's ... $5 when you buy $25 (limit 2 offers)

Here's the whole page ...

 

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Based upon my own experience, the limit of "2 offers per customer" is tracked by your "wellness+ rewards" card, so you'll need to limit yourself to 2 offers (per wellness+ card).  You also must track the limit on your account yourself, because if you buy more than the limit of 2, regardless of the "congratulations" message that appears on the cashier's display for getting BonusCash on this purchase, the receipt will still reflect any limit you've met from prior transactions.  You also only have 60 days to spend the BonusCash, so don't sit around too long on it, and remember BonusCash can't be used towards other GC's, alcohol, and Rx's.
 
Now for the small print at the bottom of the page ...
 

*BonusCash will be awarded when you purchase eligible promoted items. Wellness+ BonusCash will be loaded automatically to wellness+ rewards card only for use in-store or at riteaid.com, beginning at 6AM on the day after issuance. BonusCash for online purchases will be issued after the entire order has shipped. BonusCash will expire 60 days from the date it was first issued.

Also from the T&C's ... wellness+ BonusCash cannot be earned from the purchase of tobacco products, alcohol, lottery tickets, gift cards, licenses, money orders, money transfers, newspapers, stamps, other mail services, dairy products, items and services distributed by RediClinic®, items distributed by Moran Foods and Save-A-Lot® Food Stores, prescriptions, or other items prohibited by law, or for the payment of prescription copays, tax or shipping costs (together, “Excluded Items”).

So remember to buy your non-alcohol, non-prescription, non-GC items with your accumulated BonusCash before February ... perfect for those 75% off markdowns on Christmas candy or overpriced Valentine's Day cards. :lol:



#2 LonelyBacteria  

LonelyBacteria

Posted 03 December 2018 - 02:20 AM

So that's decent I guess. 16% back but you have to get more to use it. Worth it if you go there anyway.

I usually just grab a GS/Xbox/psn card from raise.com. If they're not doing a promotion, GS is typically at almost 6% off and then I buy the Xbox/psn card digitally while using Ebates for a little from both transactions. Also discovered you can 'add to cart' digital Xbox games and get something back from Ebates because it's from Microsoft's site or something, I dunno. Got an email saying I had $40+ back this time and it's usually like $5-$10

Heck Target's doing that 10% target gift cards you might be able to put that towards psn/xbox once they're active.

PS: I don't even have rite-aid stores around me but thanks OP for a damn well made thread.

#3 needler420   car title is lost CAGiversary!   2492 Posts   Joined 9.2 Years Ago  

Posted 03 December 2018 - 02:22 AM

What the hell is $8 dollars in wellness rewards. I want a $8 dollar rebate back. Not $8 dollars in "wellness" currency.



#4 Mikeypeq22  

Mikeypeq22

Posted 03 December 2018 - 05:32 AM

$8 in wellness rewards is just $8 you can use at Rite Aid at a later date. It's like CVS bucks or Walgreens rewards. You can use it on medicine or even thrifty ice cream. I personally love when these deals happen because I usually buy medicine from Rite Aid so thank you OP for posting.



#5 Josef   Touched the dead CAGiversary!   12829 Posts   Joined 15.7 Years Ago  

Posted 03 December 2018 - 05:43 AM

$8 in wellness rewards is just $8 you can use at Rite Aid at a later date. It's like CVS bucks or Walgreens rewards. You can use it on medicine or even thrifty ice cream. I personally love when these deals happen because I usually buy medicine from Rite Aid so thank you OP for posting.

In my area Rite Aid has the cheapest price for milk by far.  Plus they tend to have decent deals on food items when they are on sale, so I make use of the Wellness cash rewards pretty quickly with my normal buying habits.







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