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ShopRite Stores Team Up with Chase on New Credit Cards

by Peter Andrew
ShopRite Stores Team Up with Chase on New Credit Cards

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Wakefern Food Corporation, which operates ShopRite and PriceRite stores throughout New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Delaware, this week launched the ShopRite Rite-Rewards MasterCard, as well as private label credit cards for use only at ShopRite and PriceRite stores. In addition to being credit cards, all the cards will double as ShopRite PricePlus membership savings cards, with cardmembers’ PricePlus membership numbers printed on the back. All the cards will be issued by Chase and include Chase’s contactless “blink” technology that allows for purchasing with just a tap of the card on a special reader.

The ShopRite Rite-Rewards MasterCard will offer three points per dollar spent on ShopRite branded products, two points per dollar spent on all other products purchased at ShopRite, and one point per dollar spent anywhere else. Points can be used for ShopRite gift cards, cash, gift cards from other retailers, and other rewards.

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