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storesurvey.riteaid.com | Take Survey To Win $1,000 or $100 Prize

Storesurvey.riteaid.com

storesurvey.riteaid.com

Rite Aid was founded by Alex Grass in 1962 with its first-ever store in Pennsylvania. It’s the most prominent drug-store on the US East coast and the third biggest in the entire US.

Many people do not know that Walgreens tried to buy out Rite Aid in 2015 for $9.6 billion, but was stopped by the US government with an anti-trust law.

Rite Aid offers its customers a survey so they can get feedback they use to improve the overall experience, and in return customers get a chance to be entered in the sweepstakes for cash prizes.

Survey Prizes

The grand prize is $1,000 check, one of which is awarded each ~ one month survey period

The first prize is a $100 check, ten of which are awarded each ~ one month survey period

Survey Details

Grand Prize$1,000 Check
First Prize$100 Check
Entry TypeOnline or Mail-in
Online Entry Limit3X / month
Mail-In Entry LimitUnlimited Entries
Purchase Needed To Enter?No

Rite Aid Survey Dates

Rite Aid Survey DatesSurvey DatesSurvey DatesMail-In DatesWinner Drawing Date:
Start:End:Received By:on or around
12:00:00 AM CT on11:59:59 PM CT
13/4/183/31/184/7/184/13/18
24/1/184/28/185/5/185/11/18
34/29/186/2/186/9/186/15/18
46/3/186/30/187/7/187/13/18
57/1/187/28/188/4/188/10/18
67/29/189/1/189/8/189/14/18
79/2/189/29/1810/6/1810/12/18
89/30/1810/27/1811/3/1811/9/18
910/28/1812/1/1812/8/1812/14/18
1012/2/1812/29/181/5/191/11/19
1112/30/181/26/192/2/192/8/19
121/27/193/2/193/9/193/15/19

How To Take The Rite Aid Survey

There is no need to make a purchase to enter the survey, however you must enter online if you made a purchase and use your receipt to enter. To enter without a purchase, use the mail-in option.

How To Enter Online

  1. Make a purchase at a Rite-Aid store and save your receipt
  2. Go online to the Rite Aid online survey page and fill out the online customer experience survey

Congrats, you’re entered!

You can only do the online entry a max of 3 times a month however

How To Enter By Mail

  1. Write your full name, address, your age and phone # on a postcard
  2. First-class mail the postcard to:
    Rite Aid “Voice of the Customer” Sweepstakes, PO Box 16440, Rochester, NY 14616

    You may enter an unlimited # of times per month via this method, just be aware you may only enter once per postcard. This means if you want to enter by postcard 4 times a month, you would need to fill out and send 4 separate post cards.

Survey Homepage

Here’s what the homepage looks like:

storesurvey.riteaid.com homepage

Survey Rules

  • No purchase is needed to enter
  • Not available for Florida residents
  • Not available for anyone affiliated with Rite Aid including employees and employee family members
  • Max 3 online entries/ month but unlimited mail-in entries allowed

For the complete survey rules, see the following link

How To Request a Winner’s List

April 12th to March 15th 2019 you may request a winners list by writing to the following address: Rite Aid “Voice of the Customer” Sweepstakes Winners List, PO Box 16350, Rochester, NY 14616

Contact Rite Aid

Phone: 1 (800) 748-3243

Online contact form + live chat

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10 thoughts on “storesurvey.riteaid.com | Take Survey To Win $1,000 or $100 Prize

  1. http://www.glsp.org/ well I mad a visit this day and the 6/26/2018 purchase being sold .. were beginning to ring up 75% off. Well .. ever heard the saying.. treat everything as a blessing?? Well it looked as if I was shoplifting lol. That’s how good the deals are here at
    rite aid . I guess a few of the sales associates caught wind of the deals I began racking up.. and became bothered. Lol well these deals became my blessings.. I was able to save. And get more than expected.. ……… one made a grunting noise as she walked out by my way… to my shock .. lol my friends were visiting the same day. Overheard sales associate gossips . Acussing me.. lol I I informed them of there sales. Treat others….. well I also overheard some of the same ones giving advice and being very inquisitive of other customers and fellow workers.. maybe take some of that advice perhaps and make better work ethics.? Just a suggestion. No offense… I’m just enjoying these deals.
    Lol livv

  2. I tried to enter into this contest or do this survey it said i have already use up all my entries. Which is a lie i just did it today. I dont know if it is because the store is going out of business or what but that dont have nothing to do with me. I feel that if we the customers cant participate in the game then the receipts should tell us that or even the employee or have a sign posted in the store saying so. Thanks for your time.

  3. Getting to the survey is impossible. Each time that I go there I get a” page timed out” message. Today I bought two packages of intertdental picks. I told the young man cashier that they were marked “buy on and get the second 50% off.” Now that I am home I realize that I was charged $5.49 each. No 50% off of the second.
    Register #3; Transaction #802617; Cashier #110874518. I was overcharged $5.49 plus $0.32 tax. NOT GOOD!

  4. I have visited my local Rite Aid store a few times recently located at 11321 National Blvd in L.A. and was treated very badly and wondered why my favorite drugstore would hire and then maintain their employment. I had another unfortunate experience with an employee working at their pharmacy who seemed to me either he was just new to that type of work or he thought it was acceptable to come accross as argumentative because I have Extra Help with my Humana drug coverage. He insisted that I couldnt have both for my co-pay and it began there. I was dismayed when I called later to inform the pharmacy that there was an error with my medication and I recognized his voice. Come on Rite Aid! Tell me it isnt going to be your standard for employment. Thank you…I think…

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