I love loyalty points, and I am a member of every rewards program for the stores where I shop, including PC Plus (which is for Loblaws branded stores). It’s hard for me to fathom when people tell me they haven’t joined loyalty reward programs which could benefit them.
I recently dropped off coupons with some local folks who share them with their social circle. We got talking about saving money and they told me that they don’t use PC Plus; even though they are dedicated shoppers at No Frills and Real Canadian Superstore. They didn’t think it was worth their time and decided not to bother.
If you shop there, I ask why not become a member? It’s free to join, it’s simple to use (you don’t even need to carry a card, if you use the app) and the points add up which you can redeem for FREE groceries! That’s a win-win in my books for sure.
How does the PC Plus program work?
- Join PC Plus, it’s free
- Go shopping, buy the things you normally do
- PC Plus will send you personalized offers based on your purchases
- Load your personalized point offers each week
- Scan your PC Plus® rewards card or the app during checkout to earn points on the qualifying items you purchase
- Accumulate 20,000 points to get a $20 discount off your bill and in increments of 10,000 ($10) thereafter
- Redeem your points when checking out towards free groceries
Get the PC Plus app:
Get the PC Plus card:
And as always PC Financial card holders will continue to earn points using their credit cards; PC Debit Card holders will continue to earn points until November 1, 2017.
I will admit that when the program first launched, I had a hard time earning any PC Plus points. Unfortunately, I was neglecting to add my weekly offers; so naturally there were no points to be earned from my regular purchases. I would only earn points from advertised in-store offers. Now that’s all straight and I’m earning every time I shop.
Are you earning points towards free groceries with the PC Plus program?
Photo Credit: Loblaws
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