Hmmm, yeah, someone else has told me that they saw the No Frills card getting lower offers than their family and when they hit the Loblaws a few times with it and deleted some of the lowball offers, they had much better offers by the end of 3 weeks.minimalist wrote: ↑Sep 26th, 2017 6:50 pmIs it a general rule that is you mostly spend at No Frills your offers will tend to be 10% whereas RCSS would be 20%?
I observed that my mom tends to get mostly 10% offers and she does most of her shopping at No Frills.
I mostly shop at RCSS and mostly get 20% offers. Sometimes we get exactly the same produce offers and she gets 10% while I get 20%.
However I know for sure that number of times you scan your card counts for better offers, as one store printed cue cards for the cashiers to tell customers exactly that. That's official advice.
I wonder if my friend started getting better offers on his card because the No Frills + Loblaws trips together bumped up his visit frequency, and not just that he started shopping at Loblaws.
Maybe your mom shops a bit less frequently than you?