CareCredit Now Accepted at Rite Aid Stores
The card be used for prescriptions or general merchandise, as well as covering out-of-pocket expenses at RediClinics, which are located inside certain Rite Aid locations. Services at the clinic include health screenings and vaccinations.
Previously, CreditCare’s more than 10 million cardholders could use their cards at over 195,000 healthcare provides and health-focused retailers.
“We continually talk with our cardholder community about how we can make CareCredit more convenient and valuable in helping consumers prepare for and manage their health and wellness expenses,” said Dave Fasoli, executive vice president and CEO, CareCredit. “Broadening acceptance to Rite Aid stores is the latest step in our ongoing efforts to provide more ways for cardholders to use CareCredit for their pharmaceutical, health and personal care needs.”
Expanding to Rite Aid gives CareCredit cardholders more options for managing their health and personal care expenses.
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