Spend $10.00 on Schneiders bacon at your participating grocery store and get a $5.00 gift card! That’s like getting half off your bacon purchase! Plus, with Schneiders bacon, you know you’re getting a quality product. So make sure to take advantage of this offer while it lasts!
All Canadians love Rebates, and this Spring Schneiders rebate is a Free Grocery Card When you spend $10.00 on Bacon in a Single Transaction.
Schneiders Rebate with Bacon
When you purchase $10.00 in Schneiders Bacon, you get a $5.00 Grocery Gift Card. All you need to do is upload a photo of your receipt.
Products to be Purchased
To qualify Schneiders Rebate, purchase $10.00 of Schneiders Bacon in a Single purchase from a participating Canadian retailer in Canada
Free Gift includes
- $5.00 Grocery Store Gift Card
How to Get Schneiders Rebate
: You must make purchases in a single transaction between March 24, 2022, and May 18, 2022 Bacon must upload all receipts before May 31, 2022
Schneiders Rebate Rules
- Open to Canadian Residents
- Excludes Quebec
- Limit of 5 rewards per person per household
- Your purchase must be in a single transaction.
The reward will be mailed 5-7 Weeks.
Schneiders’ story began in 1890. They’ve focused on quality products made to authentic, family recipes because that’s what their customers expected. They still do today.
1890: The JM Schneider house
J.M.’s first satisfied customers were his neighbours. He began selling sausages, made to his family’s recipes, out of his home on Courtland Ave.
1903: Horse-drawn delivery
Strong demand meant the whole family, including J.M.’s son Herbert (shown here), had to help deliver sausages to butchers and even customers’ houses.
1925: New plant opening: Courtland in Kitchener
Success allowed J.M. to expand operations into a brand new plant on Courtland Ave in Kitchener. The entire town was invited to the opening.
The 1950s: Schneiders products from 1950
As Schneiders grew, so did its product range. Recipes included pork, beef, veal, lamb and poultry – “For Every Meal of the Day,” as this ad stated.
1994: Olde Fashioned products
The “Olde Fashioned” line, including smoked turkey and ham, were made to J.M’s original recipes and were personally guaranteed by his grandson, Fred.
2013: Iconic Schneiders signage
A giant Schneiders sign has greeted motorists on their way into Kitchener since 1961. Rebuilt and digitized in 2013, it’s still “Famous for Quality.”
2016: A look at our trademark over the years
The logo has Old World roots. It evokes Schneider’s Pennsylvania Deutsch heritage and includes a Dutch girl in a bonnet showing wholesomeness.