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RiteAid BonusCash rewards for June 14-20, 2020 ... 20% ROI on Xbox & Nintendo

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#1 Cornelius   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   1038 Posts   Joined 17.3 Years Ago  

Posted 06 August 2020 - 09:22 PM

Slim but relevant pickings in this week's Rite-Aid ad:

  • XBOX ... $5 BonusCash when you buy $25 of these items (20% ROI).*
  • Nintendo ... $3 BonusCash when you buy $19.99 of these items (15% ROI).*

For those who are new to the "Rite-Aid wellness+ reward BonusCash" program, you'll receive the $$$ amount when you purchase the minimum amount specified. Gift-cards within the same bullet-point share the same "limit 2 offers per customer", but you can earn rewards on the other bullet-point lines as well. For example, you can purchase $50 of XBOX credit plus $40 of Nintendo.  The BonusCash will arrive in your account by 6am EDT the next morning, and can be used for just about anything except gift cards, alcohol, prescriptions, or dairy products (see "Earning BonusCash").

FYI, the BonusCash T&C's now say the cash expires after 60 days, while the weekly ad still says "30 days". My phone's RiteAid app says my current BonusCash expires more than 30 days from now, so that might resolve the discrepancy. :-k

Screenshot of the 2 GC offers (bullet points) included here:

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Small print (at bottom of weekly ad) and BonusCash T&C's included here:
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wellness+ Terms & Conditions:
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FYI ... the limit of "2 offers per customer" is tracked by your "wellness+ rewards" account, so you'll need to limit yourself to 2 offers per line item throughout the week, and not just "2 per transaction" or "2 per day". At the time of purchase, your printed receipt will indicate how many of the "limit 2" you've met, but neither the website nor register will indicate ...

  • if you've met the limit of 2 items per BonusCash group with the current transaction, or
  • if the transaction you're about to complete exceeds the limit of 2 per week, or
  • when your BonusCash rewards will expire.

Luckily the RiteAid mobile app (but neither the mobile nor desktop websites) lists your individual accumulation & cashing out on a per transaction basis, so that's a good way to keep tabs on the expiration dates, since you only get 60 days to spend the BonusCash once earned. Good luck!



#2 RatedIM   CAG Veteran CAGiversary!   75 Posts   Joined 14.9 Years Ago  

Posted 07 August 2020 - 02:45 AM

This is for the week ending 8/8/2020, this Saturday.



#3 amiashilong  

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Posted 08 August 2020 - 02:19 AM

Why are there so many steals? I can hardly choose.



#4 Blade   This is the way CAGiversary!   15303 Posts   Joined 16.2 Years Ago  

Posted 08 August 2020 - 03:36 AM

Spending $25 that you can only redeem on Xbox to get a bonus $5 that you can only redeem at Rite-Aid within 60 days isn't something I'd consider a steal. Guess it's nice to think that $5 to use on groceries and pharma that can be bought for cheaper elsewhere is an investment, though...



#5 CrepeNuts  

Posted 08 August 2020 - 04:57 PM

The better deal is the 10% cash back for Rite Aid purchases when you use your Chase credit card. Get that $20 PSN, Xbox, eShop card for $18 with no extra effort. You have to activate it in your “current offers” section, but you don’t have to come back to the store to buy a bag of M&M’s with your space-bucks.