This may be moved, but I thought it was a hot deal. This week only Rite Aid is giving a $10 +Up Reward for the purchase of a Home Improvement Gift Card redeemable at Lowes and Home Depot. Limit 2 +Up offers per household.
Where's the offer? Didn't see it in their handout for the week. Thanks!
posted: Jun. 13, 2012 @ 10:21p
sweet. time to stack with the Bosch deal's going on
posted: Jun. 13, 2012 @ 10:33p
posted: Jun. 13, 2012 @ 10:42p
What is an up reward?
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posted: Jun. 13, 2012 @ 10:58p
FYI. It's not a rebate, so AR isn't the right designation. A +up reward is similar to a Walgreens Register Reward or a CVS Extrabuck. You take your +up and you go back and spend it on stuff the next time you're at Rite Aid. Excludes money orders, stamps, blah blah. You can, however, go buy other stuff that spits out +ups, and they will roll.
Rite Aid Wellness+ card required.
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posted: Jun. 14, 2012 @ 7:22a
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centrifuge41 said: FYI. It's not a rebate, so AR isn't the right designation. A +up reward is similar to a Walgreens Register Reward or a CVS Extrabuck. You take your +up and you go back and spend it on stuff the next time you're at Rite Aid. Excludes money orders, stamps, blah blah. You can, however, go buy other stuff that spits out +ups, and they will roll.
Rite Aid Wellness+ card required.
The Rite Aid $10 +UP reward you get from this deal will expire on 7/1/12. Basically you pay $50 for the $50 gift card but you get an +UP reward that you can use to buy almost anything at Rite Aid (through 7/1/12) unless you roll your +UPs by buying another item that generates +UPs next week or the following week.
This particular gift card offer is good through this Saturday (through today - Thursday - if you are living in So Cal).
Also, since these stores sell gift cards, you can buy other stores gift cards at Lowes or Home Depot or Sears. For example, yesterday I went into Lowes and used one of these $50 Home Improvement gift cards to buy a $50 Staples gift card.
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posted: Jun. 14, 2012 @ 9:27a
not as hot as the $40 cash for $50 Lowes card at Michaels last week.
you can't really stock up on these unless you have a ton of things to buy at rite aid
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