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Winn-Dixie 3X Plenti Rewards on purchases thru 7/25

by Tabitha @ Saving Toward A Better Life on July 20, 2017 · 0 comments

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It’s a great week to get your groceries from Winn-Dixie! 

Earn 3X Plenti Points on your entire purchase now thru July 25th!

Plus, there will be plenty (ha!  get it?) of bonus Plenti Points offers to earn in store!  Just look for blue tags!

**Update your Winn-Dixie Rewards account to start earning and using Plenti points!  Go to WinnDixie.com and click “log-in with Plenti” at the top right corner.  If you have a Plenti account already all you have to do is log-in to link your Winn-Dixie account.  If you don’t have a Plenti account yet it will walk you through the simple sign up process!**

What is Plenti?

If you are a Rite Aid shopper you should already be familiar because Rite-Aid switched to Plenti a couple years back.

When you shop at Winn-Dixie, you’ll be able to earn Plenti points. These Plenti points can be saved up and are valid for at least two years  and can be used at Winn-Dixie and other Plenti partners. Once you’ve earned 200 points, you’ll be able to start redeeming your points.  (Each Plenti Point is worth $.01).

You can also earn Plenti points when doing doing transactions and purchases at AT&T, Exxon and Mobil, Macy’s, Nationwide, Rite Aid, and more. Then you can use those points for savings at certain partners including not just Rite Aid but also Exxon/Mobil, and Macy’s.

What does that mean for current Winn-Dixie shoppers?

Your Winn-Dixie/Plenti Rewards card will still get you the sale price at Winn-Dixie, bonus offers on select items each week and savings at Exxon/Mobil gas stations.  PLUS:

  • use your Plenti points earned at the checkout at Winn-Dixie!
  • earn points on purchases at Exxon-Mobil that can be spent at Winn-Dixie!
  • points last for 2 years

 

 

What do you think?  I’m really kind of excited about the change!

 

 

 

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