A few days ago, a Chase Offer popped up on most of our credit cards for RiteAid. You’ll save 10% at RiteAid up to $4. This isn’t a lot of money, but this offer showed up on most of our Chase credit cards and RiteAid has a huge gift card selection, including Disney gift cards.
We waited to post about this offer because the terms of the offer specifically say that gift cards are excluded. However, in our experience, it typically work with in-store purchases anyway. So, we went ahead and tried it to see.
After three days we got the email confirming our purchase with the note that it will take 7-14 days to credit to our Chase Freedom account.
Maximize the Offer
Our RiteAid sells variable Disney gift cards. So, when we checked out, we put exactly $40 on the card (maximum savings is $4). Since we were testing it, we only did this with one card. Next time, we’ll do it with a few more cards to make it worth the trip.
If you’re new to Chase Offers, you can learn more HERE.
Chase Sapphire Preferred
Don’t have a Chase card? We recommend starting with the Chase Sapphire Preferred for its huge 60,000 point sign up bonus. You can transfer these points directly to travel partners like Southwest Airlines, JetBlue, United, Hyatt and more. It’s makes these points extremely flexible for saving on your next Disney vacation.
If you decide to apply, consider using our Chase Sapphire Preferred referral link. You get the same great deal, and we get some points for pointing you in the right direction.