Are any products excluded from the Plenti program at Rite Aid?
Plenti points can only be earned on select products at Rite Aid through either in-store offers that do not require activation or online offers that you activate. The products on which Plenti points can be earned are determined by Rite Aid and will change from time to time.
You cannot earn Plenti points at Rite Aid for: tax, shipping, tobacco products, alcohol, lottery tickets, licenses, money orders, money transfers, newspapers, stamps, other mail services, dairy products, prescription items and prescription co-pays paid for in whole or part by state or federal healthcare programs, prescriptions filled in New York or New Jersey, items distributed by Moran Foods or Save A Lot Food Stores and for items prohibited by law.
You cannot use Plenti points at Rite Aid for: tobacco products, alcohol, lottery tickets, licenses, money orders, money transfers, stamps, other mail services, prescriptions and prescription co-pays and for items prohibited by law.
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