Update 5/6/21: Offer is back. hat tip to reader az
Update 12/3/20: Offer is back with 10%, up to $6, through (??). Hat tip to reader Jo
Update 10/18/20: There is now another version of this offer but with a 12/03/20 end date.
Update 10/11/20: Deal is back and valid until 11/19/20. Hat tip to GC Galore
Update 9/2/20: Deal showing again, this time end date is 10/6/20. Hat tip to GC Galore
Update 7/28/20: Another deal with end date 9/10/20. Hat tip to GC Galore
Update 7/19/20: Deal is back; for some it’s 10%, up to $6; for others it’s 5% back, up to $3. Expires 8/26/20. Hat tip to readers Gerald and Roman
Update 6/30/20: Deal has been extended through 7/10/20. Hat tip to reader Gerald
Update 4/20/20: Deal is back and valid until 6/4/20. Maximum discount is now $6. Hat tip to GC Galore
Update 1/20/20: Deal is back and valid until 1/30/20. Hat tip to GC Galore
Update 12/10/19: Deal is back and valid until 1/6/20. Hat tip to DDG
Update 10/16/19: Deal is back and valid until 11/25. Hat tip to @Chase-ing UR points
Update 9/2/19: Offer is back, expires 10/15/19.
Update 7/18/19: Offer is showing again for some. Expires 8/31/19.
Update 6/8/19: Offer is showing again for some. Expiration this time is July 16th.
Check your Chase Offer or Bank Amerideals for the following offer:
- Get 10% back at Rite Aid, max $4.
- Others might see: get 5% back at Rite Aid, max $2.
A number of banks use the same back end for these offers. This includes: Chase, Bank of America, Regions Bank, Suntrust Bank, BBVA, BB&T, PNC, Columbia Bank, Beneficial Bank, and Christian Community CU. You can read this post for more information.
The Fine Print
- Offer expires 5/31/19.
- Offer not valid on prescription purchases, tobacco, alcohol, lottery, gift cards, cigarettes, licenses, money orders, money transfers, prepaid cards, stamps, or other mail services.
- Offer valid one time only.
Reader KurtBiz sent in the 10%/$4 deal on Chase Offers, and I see the 5%/$2 deal in my Bank Amerideals. Small little savings if you use Rite Aid. They sell many gift cards as well for places like Amazon and Target; the fine print excludes those, but it’s likely to work anyway.