Manage your prescriptions, shop for your whole health needs, earn Rite Aid Rewards points and convert to BonusCash for more savings. The Rite Aid Pharmacy app is here to help you not just get healthy, but get thriving!
● From your prescription history, by scanning your prescription barcode, or entering in your prescription number
● Create and manage prescription reminders
● Receive notifications when your prescription is due for a refill
● Add and manage family member prescriptions all in one place
● Easily transfer your prescriptions to any Rite Aid Pharmacy
RITE AID REWARDS
● Convert your Rite Aid Rewards points to BonusCash
● Track your points balance
● View your BonusCash transaction history
● Browse, search, scan for, and clip Load2Card coupons
● Save your Rite Aid Rewards Account to your Apple Wallet
● Browse and shop thousands of your favorite products and have them shipped to your front door
● Locate the Rite Aid store nearest to you
● View store and pharmacy information and services
● Select your store for future reference
● Browse the weekly circular for your area
Based on your feedback, we squashed bugs and enhanced features to improve your app experience. Thanks for being a Rite Aid customer!
Ratings and Reviews
Good app, some issues
Use this app for coupons, shopping & mostly prescription management. One thing I really think you should consider is when you use the app to submit a refill request for a prescription it still shows up under “ready to refill” until it’s been filled. This confuses me (and I’m young with only 2 prescriptions filled monthly!) because if my prescription isn’t ready in a reasonable time I question whether the request went through or not, or even if I thought I sent the request but forgot. It should say “refill requested” or “awaiting refill” as soon as it’s sent to the pharmacy. This way you know for sure it was sent and the pharmacy is maybe just busy. Regardless, it should not still show up under refills if it’s been requested.
I am finding this site and Rite Aid, difficult to maneuver. I appreciate shortages in staffing, but it is still difficult. I have been trying to get my meds delivered for days. I received one notice they attempted delivery, but there was no one home ( two people were home) I was told three times the meds were delivered, only to discover they were still at the store. I had a Door Dasher there to pick them up, and they were told that they had been delivered. They have not. In the next few days I was told delivery was impossible over the weekend. I sent a friend to pick up my meds and they refused to release them. I changed to Rite Aide, because my insurance company insisted. It’s been 5 days and I still do not have my medication. Today I am told they don’t even have my prescription, it’s at another location. The other location said they don’t have my insurance information. I am getting no where fast. I don’t understand how they can tell me they tried to deliver it last week, but now it does not even exist. Long story short I sent a friend to pick up the meds, not only did they have them, they have had them since 1/27. I have gone 5 days without medication, simply because no one answering the phone, could be bothered to check and see if the prescription was ready. Trust me I try to be sympathetic to the plight of the situation. But a lot of this difficulty seems to stem from no one just taking a moment to listen to me and see if what I said was true. Thank you.
Developer Response ,
We are terribly sorry to hear this. Please know that we take situations like this seriously. Please contact our Customer Care department by Twitter DM, Facebook PM, phone at 1-800-RITEAID (1-800-748-3243), or by visiting https://www.riteaid.com/customer-support/contact-us so we can work on this directly with you. Again, our apologies for your frustration.
You need to do better
In the spring of 2020 the Kmart in Walnutport Pennsylvania shut its doors permanently, its pharmacy patients (myself included) were transferred to the Rite Aid store in the same town. Since that time almost every interaction I have had with the pharmacy department at the Walnutport Rite Aid has been wrought with problems. The medication isn’t in stock, the directions concerning the medications in my rite aid file aren’t followed, the automated text alert says it’s filled only to find upon arrival that it has not been. The medication in question is Zubsolv which is an opioid addiction management drug. The circumstances surrounding my having to take this drug stem from injuries I received in Iraq, but it seems that the pharmacist at this particular store has no time for we addicts trying to fix our lives. I have exhausted all other options in trying to resolve this with this email being the last. I will be speaking to an attorney as I feel I’ve been discriminated against for simply trying to do the right thing and not abuse any medications. Should there be no legal recourse for me I will take to social media. I’m not writing this to demand anything of your corporation I’m simply informing you of what’s going to happen with the hopes that next time your staff will reserve judgment.
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