PA-based Rite Aid says nearly 4,600 stores of the Company’s nationwide will begin accepting mobile payments, including Apple Pay and Google Wallet, starting Saturday, August 15. The Company will also accept Google’s forthcoming Android Pay. Additionally, all Rite Aid stores will also accept tap and pay credit and debit cards.
Investing in mobile technologies is just one piece of Rite Aid’s evolving digital strategy and the Company says it will continue to explore, test and implement innovative technologies that will help us to better serve our valued customers.
The Company is also a major participant in the new Plenti Rewards program.
Rite Aid is one of the nation’s top drugstore chains with nearly 4,600 stores in 31 states and the District of Columbia and fiscal 2015 annual revenues of $26.5 billion.
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