Do you love to Shop at second-hand stores? Value Village has tons of stores across Canada. There are multiple things to be found, including a large selection of clothing for the whole family—also a vast range of homeware. Value Village Canada also has a Rewards program that will help with the savings.

Value Village Canada Rewards Program

The Value Village in Canada Rewards Program is Called ” Savers.” The rewards program is 100% free to get. Ask the cashier for a saver card.

Some of the perks of the Rewards Program

  • Special Discounts just for you ( held throughout the year)
  • Members will also receive exclusive coupon offers via email.
  • Get invited to Special Store Events.
  • Birthday Discount of 20% off

Get Started by Signing up for a Free Account 

How do you find out how many points you have?

You will need to stop by your local Value Village Store in Canada and ask the cashier to look up your points and rewards balance. Or you can look at your receipt for your points total.

Do Rewards club members need a card?
A card is not required for the Value Village Rewards Program. However, you can have the cashier look up your account by using your email address or phone number to sign up for your Super Savers Program.

Find a Value Village location near you.

The Exchange Policies

  • Must be within seven days of purchase with receipt and tag attached.
  • No cash refunds exchange only.
  • Clothing, accessories and small household items may be exchanged.

Value Village Accepts Donations Year Round

Value Village Canada accepts donations year-round.

What can you donate?

  • Clothing for everyone
  • Accessories: Hats, Mitts, Scarves, Ties, Nylons, Socks, Underwear, shoes, purses, wallets, bags, jewelry
  • Bed and Bath Towels, Sheets, Blankets, Pillows, Curtains, Tablecloths
  • Books  – Hardback and Paperback, Magazines
  • Videos, DVDs, Cds
  • Computer Software – not computers
  • Housewares – mugs, dishes, baskets, hand tools, pots, pans, silverware, glassware,
  • Small appliances such as toasters, blenders, coffee pots, lamps,
  • Sporting Equipment – golf clubs, balls, hockey equipment, exercise equipment
  • Toys, bikes
  • Garden tools

What do you shop for at Value Village?

I don’t shop much there, but there are many times for special dress-up occasions like Halloween or other dress-up parties. When my kids were little (under 4), I would stop at Value Village quite often to see their variety and buy brand-name outfits for the kids/babies for a fraction of the price.  I have heard many rumours that the prices are now high and not worth the stop to shop, but I haven’t looked around to evaluate.