As I mentioned last month, Rite Aid is making some changes to their current Wellness program for 2012 (read more about this here). In addition, Rite Aid is introducing a new coupon management tool called Load2Card.
Load2Card allows members to save, manage and redeem Rite Aid and manufacturer coupons available throughout the internet via their wellness+ card. Every week, members will have the opportunity to load an average of more than $100 in savings directly to their wellness+ card. The coupon savings will automatically be deducted from applicable purchases when customers scan their wellness+ card at checkout.
Here’s what you need to do to enroll in this new program…
* Head over here to sign up, activate or login to Load2Card through your wellness+ account
* Once you sign in to you Wellness account, you will be directed to several pages of coupons (these will be a combination of manufacturer’s coupons and coupons for Rite Aid products). To add a coupon to your wellness+ card, click the “clip” button. The coupon will automatically be added to your card within minutes for you to redeem at Rite Aid.
* To redeem your coupons, scan your wellness+ card at checkout. The register will automatically recognize if you’ve loaded coupons for the items you’re buying…and print the savings right on your receipt.
* Click here for more information
Please note that I have not made any trips to Rite Aid today to personally test this new program; however, I am assuming that the register will not allow you to use both a paper manufacturer’s coupon AND an identical coupon loaded onto your Wellness card for the purchase of one product. As most of you already know, you can only use one manufacturer’s coupon per item purchased.
If you have a had chance to take advantage of this program at your local Rite Aid today, let me know what you think!
(Thanks, Coupon Verve!)