Rite Aid Sweepstakes
MAY RITE AID BEAUTY EXTRAVAGANZA 2015 SWEEPSTAKES.
|ENTRY PERIOD ||RANDOM DRAWING |
May 3- May 10, 2015
May 12, 2015
May 11-May 17, 2015
May 19, 2015
May 17-May 24, 2015
May 27, 2015
May 25-May 30, 2015
June 2, 2015
4 Grand Prizes: A Sponsor-specified prize (ARV: $250 each). Limit one (1) prize per person. Prizes are non-transferable and not redeemable for cash and no substitution is allowed except by Sponsor who reserves the right to substitute any prize with a prize of comparable or greater value if applicable prize is unavailable.
How to Enter: Shortly after the start of each Entry Period, Sponsor (as defined below) will post a challenge (“Challenge”) on Twitter or Instagram. There are two (2) ways to enter the Sweepstakes during the Sweepstakes Period:
For full official rules click here.
Sweepstakes No Longer accepting entries:
RITE AID & MAYBELLINE’S 100 YEARS INSTAGRAM SWEEPSTAKES
|Entry Period ||Random Drawing |
May 1 – May 8, 2015
May 9, 2015
Grand Prize (1) will be awarded, consisting of Two (2) Tickets to the Maybelline 100 Years Birthday Bash in New York City, NY. Grand Prize only includes tickets. Any costs for travel to the event and/or accommodations will be the sole responsibility of the Grand Prize Winner.
To enter the contest, you will need to complete an entry by submitting a photo by using the hashtags #RAcelebratesMNY100 and #Entry and by tagging @riteaid on Instagram, through the Instagram application. The photo must be a picture of you (“Selfie”) (blowing a kiss to Maybelline to wish her a happy birthday) to be eligible. You must have your Instagram account made public. Limit of one (1) Entry per person, per Instagram account throughout the Promotion Period.
On or about May 9, 2015, the Sponsor, Rite Aid, will conduct a random drawing from all eligible Sweepstakes Entries and select One (1) Potential Grand Prize winner. Odds of winning the Grand Prize is based on the total number of eligible Sweepstakes Entries received during the Promotion Period.
For full official rules click here.
Beware of scams that use the Rite Aid name.
There are criminals who send unsolicited emails and make phone calls fraudulently pretending to be reputable companies such as Rite Aid. Scams may mention prizes, such as cash, associated with Rite Aid or Rite Aid programs such as the wellness+ loyalty program and Wellness Rewards.
The message may claim that you or someone you know has won money as part of Wellness Rewards or a Lottery program. There is no Rite Aid Lottery, and any message of this kind is designed to engage you in a communication with cybercriminals who are intent on victimizing you to gain money.
You might be asked to pay a sum of money in advance in order to receive the fictitious prize. The request for this upfront payment may be tied to claims that it will cover costs such as tax fees, courier services, United Nations clearance checks, and attorney fees, among others. Do not send any money. Not only will you not get it back, but the scammer may contact you in the future and try to extort you for more money before you can collect your prize.
These scammers are professionals and can be very clever and manipulative. The claims can sometimes appear believable on the surface because they mention well-known companies to build your trust.
Rite Aid will occasionally run sweepstakes and promotions, but never under any circumstances will we require winners to submit payment of any kind in order to receive their prize or reward. Any legitimate sweepstakes or promotion that Rite Aid sponsors will be listed on our website https://www.riteaid.com or in our stores.
If you are contacted by anyone by phone or email claiming that you have won a prize from Rite Aid, please visit this Sweepstakes webpage on our site to confirm those claims.