By American Express
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Plenti, the rewards program that lets you earn points at one place and use them at another, all with a single card.
Finally – no more points spread over dozens of programs that take forever to accumulate. No more jumble of rewards cards dangling from your keychain.
When lots of great brands unite under one rewards program, you win, with savings on gas, groceries and thousands of brand-name products for your family. Join for free, and start saving with AT&T, participating Exxon, Macy’s, participating Mobil, participating Chili’s, Winn-Dixie, Bi-Lo, Harveys, Rite Aid and more.
HOW PLENTI WORKS
- Earn Plenti points on the things you buy every day at Plenti partners.
- Boost your Plenti points balance with special weekly offers.
- Save at checkout when you use your Plenti points at certain Plenti partners including Macy’s, Rite Aid, participating Exxon and Mobil stations.
- 1,000 Plenti points are worth at least $10 in savings at certain Plenti partners.
- Pay for purchases using any form accepted by the merchant, such as cash, credit card or debit card.
- Locate nearby Plenti partners and browse their offers.
- Access the digital Plenti card to use at checkout.
- View points balance and transaction history.
- Manage app preferences. Access Plenti FAQs and contact the Plenti service team.
If you started sign-up at a Plenti partner, you must finish signing-up online or in the app. Once fully signed up, you’ll be able to access the full range of Plenti benefits, including unlocking great offers and using Plenti points for savings at checkout
What's New in Version 3.3.0
Thanks for the positive feedback on our recent App updates! In this version, we’ve made minor improvements and fixed some bugs.
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When Plenti was introduced the program seemed stellar via its marketing program, stores and more. Rite-Aid wasn’t my go-to choice of the shop-in-a-box retail/pharmacy stores. However, I make the change to utilize the Plenti program. I also changed fuel stations - moving to Exxon - for points. Well, uh, the results haven’t exactly popped the points my way.
First, the local Rite-Aid is not so great for customer service. Too many people with negative attitudes, words and energy. (“Excuse me, miss, where are ______ located? I’ve looked down isles,” were my words. “Uh, let me GET UP. I’ll be there a in few minutes,” she said with a sour aftertaste manner.) So, “oh hell to the no!” is what I heard. Needless to say, I took my business back to whence it came.
Next, Exxon isn’t the best fuel for my car’s engine; I tried all grades. Went back to Shell.
The Plenti points program could be so much better. I don’t have time to click on programs to be included for a time-period. I’m already in the program. The Plenti points program should work for me; not the other way around. If you’ve used Plenti you know what I’m talking about. You have to click to get certain points for certain dates and blah bluh blah....
American Express may consider revamping its Plenti creation. So many other points programs have popped up (Fuel Rewards is one and awesome) and eating away at Plenti. What the opposite of plenty? I’m sure you’ll get the answer.
I am very disappointed at the amount I have to spend to even get $1 worth of rewards with this Plenti card! The stores I usually shop at all the time changed to this discount/point card and I have found I am spending more money with little reward savings! The biggest disappointment was Winn Dixie! So instead of doing all my grocery shopping between them and Walgreens, I am going to split my grocery costs/purchased at another chain store! This means I will be spending thousands of dollars less at Winn Dixie in the coming year because not only has the change of reward card to this one made a noticeable difference in MY overall costs, their prices have increased and they changed their name brand items to a different company that is poorer quality. Too bad because I truly liked/knew the employees at this store for years. However, my family’s budget comes first!
I have been using Plenti since it first started. I used to be able to get points from AT&T, however they do not do that anymore. I really do love getting points.. etc, however there are not too many opportunities to get them. I do not shop at Rite-Aid much, I do go to Exxon, once in a while, and sometimes go participating restaurants to use my linked card. There are a few that do not apply to me, since I do not have some of the stores offering, in the West Coast. You would think they would partner with major retailers, or even places like Trader Joe’s or somewhere. I just do not get to add many points on, and kind of a bummer. I am grateful for the points I do get.. just wish more.
- Category: Shopping
- Updated: Oct 23, 2017
- Version: 3.3.0
- Size: 60.8 MB
- Languages: English, German, Italian, Spanish
- Seller: American Express
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.