MORE Rewards Coupons for use at Save on Foods – up to...

MORE Rewards Coupons for use at Save on Foods – up to 1100 Bonus Rewards Points

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Here are the current More Rewards Coupons for use at Save On Foods Stores.

These coupons can be printed or Show it on your phone.

  • Earn 375 More Rewards Points When you spend $35
  • Earn 500 More Rewards Points When you spend $50
  • Earn 1100 More Rewards Points When you spend $100
  • Earn 500 More Rewards Points When you fill your prescription at the pharmacy
    • Expires March 30, 2017 – Print Coupon Here Valid at Alberta & Saskatchewan locations only

 

If you don’t have a printer, you can download the Mobile App to show the coupons on your phone.

The app has more coupons, that are not available for printing.

Save on Foods stores are found in Western Canada: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.

See above for expiry dates.

 

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What are MORE Rewards?

When you become a More Rewards Member you will be able to show your card at participating stores to gain points when you make a purchase. You will also have access to member only coupons like these above.

There are two ways to redeem your points:

  1. At customer service desk at PriceSmart Foods, Overwaitea Foods, Coopers Foods, and Save On Foods
  2. Online at http://www.morerewards.ca/catalogue

Please note; More Rewards points will expire if your card has not been used in the past 18 months.

Got Points?

Redeem them for great products here. 

There are a number of online and retail participating partners. Some of them include those mentioned above as well as;

General Paint, Alamo, and over 500 retail locations.

Grocery Store Locations that Accept More Rewards

Save On Foods: Find weekly specials, member-only offers, and great prices. Also as a Pharmacy where you can gain valuable information on many things. Drop in and see a knowledgeable Pharmacist today. From health advice to prescription refills, they are there to meet all your needs.

Coopers Foods have been around since 1957 in the British Columbia area. This store is considered a “neighborhood grocery store” by many

PriceSmart Foods: Check out their weekly specials here.

Overwaitea Foods: The first store opened in British Columbia in 1915. The specialize in low prices and great products.

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