Rite Aid Shopping Scenario for Beginners 7/16 – 7/22

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Here is your Rite Aid Shopping Scenario for Beginners for the weekly ad running 7/16 through 7/22/17. Rite Aid has a new loyalty program. It is called Plenti and you get $1 to spend at Rite Aid (or another participating retailer) for every 100 points earned. If you did last week’s transaction, then you have 1100 Plenti Points to start the week ($11 value.)

Want to view our full list of matchups for the 7/16 – 7/22 Rite Aid weekly ad? You can view them here.

Shopping later in the week? Make sure you check our Rite Aid Category for the latest updates on this sale.

Note: Sometimes we list multiple transactions for Rite Aid that require trips over multiple days so you can roll your points earned from one transaction to the next. If it is inconvenient to visit your Rite Aid more than once per week, you may just want to combine these transactions. You will pay more out of pocket, but that’s not too bad since you will need to have more points handy for future trips if you are only going once per week.

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Comments

  1. Elizabeth says

    Can this be split up into two transactions on two different days using the $4/2 coupon?

    • I don’t have a Rite Aid near me, but is there anything in the ad about needing to purchase everything in a single transaction to get the points?