PC Optimum Points
Back in February 2018 – launched the new Presidents Choice Optimum loyalty Program – a few changes had happened from previous years.
Points Cards are now accepted at Loblaw Stores, Shoppers Drug Mart and
Now Esso ( MOBIL) gas stations.
With the new card you are now able to earn and redeem points at a lot of stores both in-store and online:
Registering for the PC Optimum Points Card
Simply visit any store that accepts the card, or you can visit online and register:
Stores: Esso Gas Stations, Mobil gas stations, Shoppers Drug Mart, Loblaws grocery stores ( Real Canadian Superstore, No Frills, Extra foods, Dominion, Maxi, Fortinos, Provigo, and more)
Or Visit PC Optimum points to get started. I
Registering for the new program online is simple.
How to Earn PC Optimum Points
Shoppers Drug Mart – Watch for special points deals ( same as old program) or watch the app to get special deals for yourself. Earn 15 points on almost every dollar you spend at Shoppers Drug Mart and Pharmaprix.
Grocery Stores ( Loblaw umbrella stores) You’ll get special offers based on your previous shopping trips where you can earn points on what you normally purchase.
Esso: earn 10 points per litre and per $1 spent on eligible convenience and car wash purchases.
PC Financial Mastercard holders earn points on every purchase made at Loblaw and Shoppers Drug Mart stores.
Redeeming your PC Optimum Points
Every 10,000 points are like $10 worth of free stuff. So if you have 50,000 points that Equal to $50.00 ( Minimum of 10,000 pc points needed and a Maximum of 500,000 points redemption)
Restrictions: points can’t be redeemed for tobacco, alcohol, lottery tickets, passport photos,
Watch for Redemption Days at Shoppers Drug Mart as they will still have specials
Simply let the cashier know your redeeming points at your local store of choice.
PC New Offers on Thursdays
Your offers are updated every Thursday, but check back regularly for new offers Your offers will automatically be loaded when you log into your PC Optimum account via the web or app.