AT&T has announced that they will no longer be part of the Plenti Rewards Program. That means that you won’t be able to earn Plenti points for paying your bill or redeem Plenti points towards your bill after the end of October of this year.
Here’s what the notice says:
We want to let you know that AT&T will no longer participate in Plenti after March 31, 2019.
Until then, you can continue to: • Earn Plenti points from AT&T on eligible monthly wireless/TV/Internet services • Earn Plenti points from AT&T on eligible purchases at AT&T company-owned stores and on att.com • Earn Plenti points on AT&T promotional offers available on Plenti.com • Use Plenti points for savings on eligible purchases and wireless bills at AT&T company-owned stores. Learn more at att.com/plenti. After October 31, your Plenti membership will remain active and you will still be able to take advantage of great offers with other Plenti partners. Plenti points can be used for savings at participating Rite Aid pharmacies, Exxon and Mobil gas stations, Macy’s department stores, Chili’s restaurants & Winn-Dixie, BI-LO and Harveys supermarkets. Visit Plenti.com to learn more.
While we’re ending our participation in the Plenti program, we wanted to make sure you know that as an AT&T customer, you’re already enrolled in AT&T THANKS®-a program with exclusive entertainment and experiences just for you. Treat a friend to a movie with Ticket Twosdays, enjoy music offers and take advantage of time-saving services. The list goes on. Visit att.com/attthanks to explore your Gold membership benefits.
This surely makes it harder to redeem Plenti points, since there was already very limited options. Plenti points are worth 1 cent each and now tthe best redeeming options are Rite Aid, Exxon/Mobil, Winn Dixie, Macy’s and more.