Earn Loyalty Rewards At These Canadian Restaurants

Who doesn’t love getting a little something extra when making purchases? I am pretty much a loyalty card fanatic and try to sign up for (all) the loyalty reward programs at the businesses where I spend my money.

There are quite a few Canadian restaurants which give back to their customers in the form of loyalty rewards and discounts. I’ve compiled a list of the restaurants and the rewards they offer their patrons, as a quick reference guide.

Earn loyalty rewards or save money when you eat at these Canadian restaurants:

  • A&W: offers regular printable and mobile coupons via email
  • Bier Markt: participates in the Scene loyalty rewards program and offers Scene coupons
  • Boston Pizza: exclusive savings offers when you sign up with My BP and periodically offers a discount Kids Card where kids eat free when accompanied by an adult
  • Dairy Queen: offers newsletter subscriber coupons for Blizzard Fan Club members throughout the year, on your birthday and newsletter anniversary date
  • D’Arcy McGee’s: participates in the Scene loyalty rewards program and offers Scene coupons
  • East Side Marios: participates in the Scene loyalty rewards program and offers Scene coupons
  • Extreme Pita: offers the BonApp loyalty rewards card which allows you to earn points then save on purchases
  • Fionn MacCool’s: participates in the Scene loyalty rewards program and offers Scene coupons
  • Harvey’s: participates in the Scene loyalty rewards program and offers periodic printable/mobile coupons, coupons via unaddressed admail and Scene coupons
  • Kelsey’s: sign up for the newsletter and get a free sweet treat, plus they participate in the Scene loyalty rewards program and offers Scene coupons
  • McDonald’s: offers a free coffee loyalty card with stickers on hot beverage cups, periodic coupons, and savings through the My McD’s iOS app or MyMcD’s Google Play app
  • Milestones: participates in the Scene loyalty rewards program and offers Scene coupons
  • Montana’s: sign up for newsletters for a free starter, plus participates in the Scene loyalty rewards program and offers Scene coupons
  • Mr. Sub: offers the BonApp loyalty rewards card which allows you to earn points then save on future purchases
  • Mucho Burrito: offers a loyalty reward program MTY Rewards which allows you to earn points then save on future purchases
  • New York Fries: exclusive reward offers for Fry Society members plus offers for social media fans
  • Orange Julius: offers newsletter subscriber coupons for Orange Julius League members throughout the year, on your birthday and newsletter anniversary date
  • Panera Bread: offers personalized rewards for members of the MyPanera rewards program
  • Pizza Pizza: offers the Club 11-11 loyalty rewards program which can get you free food
  • Red Lobster: offers periodic money saving coupons in coupon inserts and exclusive offers through the Fresh Catch Club
  • Second Cup: has a rewards program with offers upon registration, on your anniversary, and more surprise offers tailored just for you.
  • Starbucks: offers the Starbucks Rewards programs with lots of exclusive offers for cardholders
  • Subway: offers periodic money saving coupons via unaddressed ad mail, plus a birthday offer if you sign up for Subway news updates
  • Swiss Chalet: participates in the Scene loyalty rewards program, offers Scene coupons and periodic coupons via unaddressed admail
  • Tim Hortons: the Tim Hortons CIBC Double Double Visa free weekend offers, free birthday coffee and other perks

In addition to the regular perks offered, some companies may even offer a freebie or discounted offer for your birthday; and sometimes each year on the anniversary date of joining their newsletter. Plus make sure you connect with your favourite restaurants on their social media pages for exclusive fan offers.

Join your favourite rewards programs before your next meal away from home because membership does have it’s benefits.

Bon appetite!

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