Discounted Gift Cards at Rite Aid; Vanilla Visas, Xbox, Darden & More


Discounted Gift Cards at Rite Aid

Discounted Gift Cards at Rite Aid; Vanilla Visas, Xbox, Darden & More

Rite Aid has a few offers for discounts on gift cards that comes in the form of Plenti points.

The Offers

  • Earn 600 Plenti points (worth $6.00) when you buy 2 Vanilla Visa Gift Cards $20-$200
  • Earn 500 Plenti points (worth $5.00) when you buy $25 of these items.
    • Xbox Gift Cards
    • Charming Charlie Gift Cards
    • DSW Gift Cards
  • Earn 800 Plenti points (worth $8.00) when you buy $50 of these items.
    • Darden Gift Cards
    • StubHub Gift Cards

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Key Terms

  • Valid November 05, 2017 – November 11, 2017
  • Limit 2 offers per customer.


These are some decent discounts for personal use. You’re limited to only two offers per account and these are small denominations. The Visa Gift card deal is not really interesting  since you need to purchase two $200 VGCs to get $6 back, which doesn’t even cover the activation fee.

If you have an Amex Old Blue Cash card you could also get an extra 5% back on pharmacy purchases.

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  1. I’ve the Amex old Blue for Business (got in when the offer was 2x MR on all purchases in the first year + 30% bonus at the end of the first year), and in addition 1x bonus MR on Rite Aid purchases. So total of 3.3x MR.

    Doing the Vanilla Visa offer:
    4x $200 VGC = $800 + $27.80 = $827.80

    I’ll get back:
    1200 Plenti points = $12
    2732 MR points = however much you value them but certainly more than $15.80

    Planning to hold the cards till my folks come from overseas, then give it to them to spend.

  2. Last time I was at Rite Aid and tried to be a VGC with a credit card, the answer was no. Is this local policy? Corporate policy?


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