Value Remains Important To Holiday Shoppers
Holiday shoppers searching for value will find plenty of options at Rite Aid with the Gift of Savings program, special +Up Rewards, Single Check Rebates and exclusive Video Values coupons this holiday season.
Gift of Savings, a successful program in past years, will give customers the opportunity to stuff their own stocking with savings. Customers can spend as little as $25 from Nov. 28-Dec. 24 and receive a $5 Rite Aid gift certificate. Shoppers can earn up to a $20 gift certificate when they spend more than $100.
The fourth-year program saw increased participation last year and continues to be popular, says Senior Vice President of Marketing John Learish. Customers receive their gift certificates by mail after submitting receipt information either online or via mail by the mid-January deadline.
Another popular Rite Aid value program has been +Up Rewards, which debuted in June and has proven to be a hit with customers. Shoppers will receive +Up Rewards on their receipts when they buy participating items, including certain holiday housewares, electronics, candy and snack products.
+Up coupons are to be redeemed during future purchases, which encourages return visits to Rite Aid even after the holiday shopping season concludes, Learish says.
Additional holiday value can be found through the Single Check Rebate program, which allows customers to redeem rebates on multiple items and conveniently receive the total amount of all rebates in one monthly check. More than 180 items will be featured in the November or December SCR programs.
Online shoppers can find value at the Rite Aid Online Store or through Rite Aid’s Video Values program, which saw monthly video viewership grow to 1 million for the first time in August. Throughout the holiday season, just as throughout the year, shoppers can use the Video Values website to receive special coupons for viewing product-driven videos.