Update 10/16/20: More people have been targeted, this time with an expiry date of December 3, 2020.
Update 10/1/20: More people have been targeted, this time with an expiry date of November 19, 2020.
Update 9/2/20: There’s a Rite Aid BankAmeriDeal with an expiry date of October 6, 2020. The details are the same as the Chase Offer other than the expiry date – 10% back on up to $60 of spend.
Update 7/28/20: Although there’s a gift card exclusion in the terms, the statement credit is apparently triggered by gift card purchases. h/t Go Savor LA
Update 7/27/20: This offer has been targeted at some other cards and has an expiry date of September 10, 2020.
Update 6/11/20: This targeted offer is back and has an expiry date of July 30, 2020.
- Earn a 10% statement credit at Rite Aid with targeted Chase Offer/BankAmeriDeal.
- Expires June 4, 2020.
- Maximum $6 back.
- Offer valid one time only.
- Offer not valid on prescription purchases, tobacco, alcohol, lottery, gift cards, cigarettes, licenses, money orders, money transfers, prepaid cards, stamps, or other mail services.
Tips & Ideas
Rite Aid Chase Offers usually have a limit of $4 back, so it’s nice to see this one with a higher limit of $6 back. The downside is that the terms exclude gift cards and prepaid cards. I’ve never gotten around to using one of these Rite Aid offers, so I’m not sure if they enforce those exclusions or not. Update: A reader has confirmed that gift card purchases do work.
I had this offer on my Chase debit card rather than any of my credit cards with them.