A couple of days ago, I wrote to y0u all about Loblaw offering customers a $25 dollar gift card to customers as a part of a settlement related to the its role in fixing the prices of bread between 2002 and 2015. If you are interested in finding out more about how to claim your $25 Loblaws Gift Card, check out me post here: https://cocowest.ca/free-25-loblaw-card/
A couple of hours ago, Save-On Foods has decided to offer its own $25 Gift Card. You will need to have an active More Rewards Card before December 31, 2017, be of the age of majority and have purchased bread from Save-On Foods in the past 14 years. All you need to enter is your name and E-mail!
As part of this offer, it says:
Dear valued Save-On-Foods customers,
I’m writing to you because we’re deeply concerned about what’s happened with the bread price-fixing issue that was going on in Canada by certain competitors and suppliers. It is important for you to know that we at Save-On-Foods had no knowledge of, nor were we involved in, this illegal activity.
One of our competitors who has admitted guilt is providing a $25 shopping incentive to their customers. We know that you, as our valued More Rewards customer, could have been impacted with higher bread prices. So we’re making it easy for you to receive our own $25 offer, through our More Rewards program. We in turn, will seek compensation from the bread suppliers involved, in due course. You can use this $25 in our stores, and at the same time, you will be signed up for even more great offers and information. And in keeping with our commitment to supporting those less fortunate, we’ll be giving you the option to re-direct this $25 to your local food bank.
You have a right to choose how you spend your grocery shopping dollars. On behalf of our 18,000 local team members, we thank you for choosing us.
Click here to see the Costco West Sales Items for January 8-14, 2018 for BC, Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
*** One thing to keep in mind when reading this blog is that sales items in the meat and produce section are store dependent – the manager sets the sales for these items. For that reason, the chicken sales that you see this week (and last) may not be available at your store. Also, any items on the blog that end in ‘.97’ means the item is on a clearance. These ‘.97’ items are also store dependent. If you are interested in one of these products you can check with customer service to see if any of the items is available at a nearby store! If you purchased the product previously and it has gone on sale, if you bring in the original receipt and you have purchased the product withing 30 days (or longer, depending on the employee), Costco will refund you the difference!
Use these posts to make the best use of your Costco Card! I have done all the hard work for you and have a weekly listings of all the Costco Sales Items and flyers. Costco does not publish these Costco sales items; the only way to find out what is on sale is to walk the whole store! Come back every Monday to find out what is on sale for the week. The sales may vary slightly by store, but are generally pretty consistent between Western Canada. If there is something you really want, please make sure to double check the expiry date as some of the Costco sales items have been known to end mid-week.
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