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3,000 MORE rewards points w/ ANY purchase (YMMV)

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[Save On Foods] 3,000 MORE rewards points w/ ANY purchase (YMMV)

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Mine was 3,000 but it might be different based on previous membership usage.
Maybe just buy a bag for 3 cents?
Last edited by BestOffer on Oct 7th, 2020 7:18 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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I got free 1000 points, heh
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I found the coupon from their app. Thanks op
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3000 for me and another spend $50 and get 1000 points

Thanks OP
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3000 for me - says in fine print you have to shop there and buy at least something by October 21st in order to actually get them?

"points will be automatically applied to your account when you load the offer and shop on or before October 21, 2020..."

But then it says no purchase necessary...
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3k, thanks BestOffer.

What do you guys think is the best redemption?
Block of cheese ($8ish) was like 2000 the other day.
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jmons20 wrote: 3000 for me - says in fine print you have to shop there and buy at least something by October 21st in order to actually get them?

"points will be automatically applied to your account when you load the offer and shop on or before October 21, 2020..."

But then it says no purchase necessary...
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Those statements completely contradict one another. They said that I need to shop, but purchase is not necessary. Does that mean I need to at least go to browse in the store? I'm very confused -- and a confused mind does not buy.
Why settle for MSRP when you can wait and get it at a lower price? 😉
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More rewards are giving free 3,000 points.
Need to load the offer going here before Oct 21: myoffers.saveonfoods.com
Then, shop anything before Oct 21 to get 3,000 points.
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RiCHC3 wrote: 3k, thanks BestOffer.

What do you guys think is the best redemption?
Block of cheese ($8ish) was like 2000 the other day.
I don't know if I can quote a 3rd party website here, but you can search in Google "best redemption value for More Rewards program miles" or something like that.
Generally, it's redemption for Canucks tickets ($0.58 cents per point), redemption for travel through More Rewards (over $0.40 cents per point), redemption for BC Ferry rides ($0.23 cents per point). I think generally using the miles to get goods in store isn't the best value, but there are exceptions like the block of cheese (promo specific).
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i guess i will go in to get a bag for 3 cents Face With Tears Of Joy
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1000, better than nothing, thanks OP
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Got the 3000 points offer. The points value for this rewards program is terrible and everything at SOF is overpriced. The only time I ever go is when there are hot deals in the my offers. They had 2x 113g Dove soap bars for 99 cents combined with $1 off coupons a while back which was a steal deal.
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only have the 1

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BestOffer wrote: i guess i will go in to get a bag for 3 cents Face With Tears Of Joy
What a deal, bags are 5 cents where I shop, haha.

My offer was 1000 pts.
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adaniel wrote: I don't know if I can quote a 3rd party website here, but you can search in Google "best redemption value for More Rewards program miles" or something like that.
Generally, it's redemption for Canucks tickets ($0.58 cents per point), redemption for travel through More Rewards (over $0.40 cents per point), redemption for BC Ferry rides ($0.23 cents per point). I think generally using the miles to get goods in store isn't the best value, but there are exceptions like the block of cheese (promo specific).
Agree with this. Although I've had very very lousy experiences with more rewards travel so I would not recommend it. Because of this the points aren't really worth much to me.

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