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Rite Aid Sweepstakes

RITE AID SPRING BEAUTY EXTRAVAGANZA

Weekly Entry Period Random Drawing Challenge

March 1 – March 8, 2015

March 9, 2015

Hello, spring cleaning!

March 9- March 15, 2015

March 15, 2015

New you, new products!

March 16 – March 22, 2015

March 22, 2015

Let’s get glam!

March 23 – March 29, 2015

March 29, 2015

The one tried and true for you!

One (1) Weekly Prize (4-one per week): A Sponsor-specified Beauty Product Box 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.

There are two ways to enter the contest.

1. Enter Via Twitter:

Each Weekly Entry Period, you may enter on Twitter.com by uploading an original photo or video of your original beauty look that relates to that Weekly Entry Period’s Challenge (“Tweet or Entry”). Tweet must include #RiteAidNewYouSweeps to be eligible. If uploading your Entry via Twitter, your Entry must be uploaded in accordance with the Twitter Terms of Use, available at https://twitter.com/tos. You must be a @RiteAid follower and have your account settings set to “unprotected” or “public”. You must have a Twitter account to enter via Twitter. If you do not have a Twitter account, visit www.Twitter.com to create one for free.

2. Enter Via Instagram:

Each Weekly Entry Period, you may enter on your web-enabled mobile device via the Instagram application by uploading an original photo or video of your original beauty look that relates to that Weekly Entry Period’s Challenge (“Entry”). Entry must include #RiteAidNewYouSweeps in the caption to be eligible. If uploading your Entry via Instagram, your Entry must be uploaded in accordance with the Instagram Terms of Use, available at http://instagram.com/about/legal/terms/. You must be a @RiteAid follower on Instagram and have your account privacy settings set to “Off”. You must have an Instagram account to enter via Instagram. If you do not have an Instagram account or to download the Instagram application, visit www.Instagram.com.

For full official rules visit riteaid.com/beauty

Sweepstakes No Longer accepting entries:

RITE AID "VOICE OF THE CUSTOMER" SWEEPSTAKES

Entry Period Random Drawing

January 25 — February 28, 2015

March 10, 2015

No purchase or payment of any kind is necessary to enter or to win. A purchase will not increase your chances of winning. Open to legal residents of the United States who are 18 years of age and older as of the date of entry. Void in FL and where prohibited.

One (1) Grand Prize and ten (10) First Prizes will be available to be won each Survey Period during the Sweepstakes. One (1) Grand Prize, consisting of $1,000 cash to be awarded in the form of a check. Ten (10) First Prizes, each consisting of $100 cash to be awarded in the form of a check.

There are two ways to enter the Sweepstakes:

1. Enter Online:
Access the survey entry page via the website printed on selected Rite Aid cash register receipts, respond to the Rite Aid customer survey questions you will be asked, and provide all information requested, including the survey code printed on the receipt. Online entries must be received by Sponsor by 11:59 PM CT on the last day of an Entry Period to be entered in the Sweepstakes and to be eligible for the random drawing applicable to that Entry Period.

2. Enter By Mail:
Hand print your name, complete address, age and phone number on a postcard and mail it via first-class mail to: Rite Aid “Voice of the Customer” Sweepstakes, PO Box 16440, Rochester, NY 14616. Mail-in entries must be postmarked by close of an Entry Period and received by Sponsor no later than the Mail Received By date in the official rules. There is a limit of three store and three pharmacy online surveys and sweepstakes entries per household per month. There is no limit to the number of times you may enter by mail. However each online entry must have a different survey code and each mail-in entry must be mailed on a separate post card. For purposes of clarification, as printed receipts will only be generated following a customer experience, all no-purchase entries must be completed via mail as opposed to online

Click here for Rite Aid Voice of the Customer official rules .


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.