Purchase these participating products in store or online at Riteaid.com and you’ll get a reward code (worth 50 credits) for every $50 that you spend. You need to provide your Wellness+ card number to get the reward codes.
Spend $250 total (it doesn’t have to be in shot) and you’ll get 5 reward codes. Every time you reach another $50 threshold a reward code will print on your receipt. If you spend $100 in one transaction then 2 codes will print, if you spend $250 then 5 codes will print, etc. Online orders also qualify and the amount you spend online will combine together with in-store purchases to reach the thresholds. There’s a limit of 5 codes per person.
With 5 reward codes for example you can choose from:
-2 night camping/cabin reservation
-7 night RCI time-share resort
-2 night Hyatt Premier Certificates
You can select 1 of the level 5 reward code prizes per household.
I don’t know much about the cabin or time-share offers, they may be great. But I do know about the Hyatt premier certificate level award that they are giving out. Hyatt used to sell Premier certificates to the public for $189 per night, so theoretically that’s a $378 value. Though it can be worth much more (or less) than that depending on the hotel you redeem at.
I wrote all about Hyatt Stay certificates on DDF several years ago before they stopped selling them to the public.
Now Rite Aid’s terms of actually claiming the free nights is incredibly awkward. You can find them here.
In short, you need to select your reward choice online by 02/24 which will provide you with a registration form.
You must send in that form with a copy of your provide photo ID by 03/03.
You’ll then be emailed an online booking form that must be completed by 03/22 where you must select where you want to stay.
The stay must be at least 4 weeks in advance but not more than 365 days in advance.
Now here’s the really odd part, they ask that you select 3 different Hyatt hotels and 3 different dates.
The only good reason that they would ask for that is because Hyatt stay certificates are capacity controlled.
Luckily there’s a trick to check if your desired dates are available.
First locate the hotel where you want to stay that will accept Premier certificates.
Say you want to stay in the Hyatt Place Secaucus, located just 6 miles from Times Square, from 06/07-06/09.
Just go to Hyatt.com and search for Secaucus but expand the special rates section and in the special offer code section type in: HSPRN2
Then click through for the Hyatt Place Secaucus and you’ll see that they will accept Premier certificates that night:
The paid rate for each of those nights is $299+tax=$687.70.
Not a bad value for buying $250 worth of everyday stuff from Rite Aid!
If there is no availability for your dates you’ll get an error message like this:
So what will happen if you only submit the form with 1 desired hotel and set of dates? Good question. It would probably be fine if your dates do have availability but personally I’d just submit choices #2 and #3 as hotels that I know won’t have availability thanks to the code above
Hint: The Hyatt Place Cleveland and the Hyatt Place Canton both seem to have terrible availability
Post what items you’ll be buying online or in-store to hit the $250 if you decide to go for this!