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Gift Card Discussion Thread (2021)

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This thread will be the place to discuss all things Gift Cards (except Deals and Discounts, which will remain in the megathread) and will be updated as it develops.
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Thread Summary
HOT DEALS ... GC Thread for 2021: various-retailers-gift-card-deals-disco ... 1-2435654/
HOT DEALS ... GC Thread for 2020 = various-retailers-gift-card-deals-disco ... 0-2344941/
(Cuz sometimes folks want to look back for past history of GC Offers 😎 )
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GC Policies/Notes/Tips/Lists:

  • Air Canada:
    • My only concern about using AC GC's is the lack of insurance. ie. my credit card (and most credit cards) have some type of travel insurance such as Trip Interruption, Trip Cancellation, Trip Medical etc. Using these GCs, you would forfeit the insurance...so be aware of that.
      (Thanks @bubboteaboy - post #229)
  • Air Miles:
    • As of April 5, 2017, AIR MILES Cash Miles can no longer be used to redeem for gift cards, prepaid credit cards or other similar items. HOWEVER, some people have been offered to redeem AIR MILES Cash Miles to pay for their GC's and the transactions went through. Therefore, for now, it appears that the system does not deny Cash Miles points redemption for GC's and any denial is by the retailers' employees' enforcement of the Air Miles policy. YMMV.
  • Apple App Store & iTunes:
    • Apple's App Store & iTunes gift cards can be used for the following services:
      • Apple Arcade
      • Apple Music
      • Apple TV
      • Crave
      • DAZN
      • Disney+
      • Google Drive
      • iCloud storage
      • In-app purchases
      • Netflix (grandfathered)
      • Spotify (grandfathered)
  • Canadian Tire:
    • A Canadian Tire GC CANNOT be used to purchase a non-Canadian Tire GC.
    • Canadian Tire CTFS Options Mastercard users do NOT receive 4x cashback on GC purchases.
  • eBay (giftcardstore):
    • Once you receive your gift card(s), you will need to activate them. Activation requires 3 things: (1) your last name, (2) the last 6 numbers from the scratch-off PIN, and (3) the phone number assigned to your eBay's shipping address.
  • Google Play:
    • A list of retailers that sell Google Play gift cards can be found here.
  • Happy Cards:
    • Happy cards are prepaid cards redeemable at specific retailers (possibly for other GCs at those retailers - thanks @UltraSSJD, @ml88888888, @chemicalxv and @azhang24)
    • Card categories are as follows:
      • Happy Teen - Cineplex / Sephora / TOPSHOP & TOPMAN / Sport Chek / Indigo / Ardene / Golf Town
      • Happy Student - Sephora / New York Fries / Staples / Roots / American Eagle / Designer Shoe Warehouse / The Shoe Company
      • Happy Kid - Indigo / The Children’s Place / Mastermind Toys / Sport Chek / East Side Mario’s / Kernels Popcorn
      • Happy Home - PetSmart / Bed, Bath & Beyond / Hudson’s Bay / The Home Depot
      • Happy Him - Cabela’s / Hudson’s Bay / TOPSHOP & TOPMAN / Golf Town / Indigo
      • Happy Her - Hudson’s Bay / Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH / Indigo / Kernels Popcorn / Sport Chek / Milestones / Davids Tea / Roots
      • Happy Dining Ontario - Boston Pizza / Earl’s / Lone Star Texas Grill / Red Lobster / St Louis Bar & Grill
      • Happy To Say Thanks - Hudson’s Bay / Boston Pizza / Staples / Indigo / Sport Chek / Footlocker
      • Happy Dining West - Earls / Joey Restaurants / Mr Mikes / Ricky’s All Day Grill / Fatburger
      • Happy Custom - Golf Town / H&M / Hudson’s Bay / Cineplex / Davids Tea
      • Happy Active - Cabela’s / Golf Town / Sport Chek / Running Room
    • These cards are available for purchase at:
      • Canadian Tire
      • Co-op
      • Loblaws / No Frills / RCSS / Shoppers Drug Mart / Valu-Mart / Your Independent Grocer / Zehrs / Atlantic Superstore
      • Metro
      • Rexall
      • Safeway / Sobeys
      • Save On Foods
      • Staples
      • giftcards.ca
  • Loblaw Companies:
    • PC Optimum Points cannot be redeemed for gift cards, pre-paid cards, and wireless or long-distance phone cards per their Terms & Conditions.
  • Rakuten GC Shop:
    • Maxi - can be used at other Loblaw Co Ltd banners, such as Provigo, Loblaws, RCSS, No Frills, etc. (excludes Shoppers Drug Mart and Pharmaprix)
    • FreshCo - can be used at other Empire Co Ltd banners, such as Sobeys, Foodland, Lawtons Safeway, IGA, Thrifty Foods and Needs
  • Sephora:
    • Sephora gift cards can be used in-store as well as online per their online FAQ's (go to Where can I use my Gift Cards and eGift Cards?).
  • Shoppers Drug Mart/Pharmaprix:
    • Purchasing a non-SDM/Pharmaprix gift card with a SDM/Pharmaprix gift card is very YMMV. Store policy does not allow it but, since each store is independently owned by Associate-Owners, they may allow it.
    • Generally, gift cards can be purchased by credit cards but some Associate-Owners do not allow it.
    • Gift card availability can be found here - Shoppers Drug Mart / Pharmaprix
  • Service Inspired Restaurants (SIR Corp):
    • Abbey's Bakehouse
    • Canyon Creek
    • Duke’s Refresher + Bar
    • Jack Astor's Bar and Grill
    • Loose Moose
    • REDs
    • Scaddabush
  • Ultimate Dining Card:
    • Bier Markt
    • East Side Marios
    • Elephant & Castle
    • Fionn MacCool's/D'Arcy McGee's
    • Harvey's
    • Kelsey's Original Roadhouse
    • Landing Restaurant Group
    • Milestones
    • Montana's
    • New York Fries
    • Original Joe's Restaurant & Bar
    • Pickle Barrel
    • State & Main Kitchen & Bar
    • Swiss Chalet
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Check Your Gift Card Balance:

  • Atmosphere : Call 1-855-496-2866 and press Option 1
  • Boston Pizza : https://www.buyatab.com/custom/bostonpizza/balancecheck/
  • Cabela's : https://www.cabelas.ca/giftcards/checkbalance
  • Canadian Tire : Call 1-800-387-8803, Option 3
  • Kernels Popcorn : https://kernels.checkyourcardbalance.com/en/login
  • Foot Locker : https://www.footlocker.ca/en/giftcards/checkbalance.html
  • La Cage : https://club.cage.ca/en/gift-cards
  • Mark's : https://www.marks.com/#giftCardBalance
  • Metro (ON/QC) : https://www.metro.ca/en/gift-card
  • Pharmaprix (QC) : http://www.shoppersdrugmart.ca/GiftcardApps/en_CA_PQ/giftcard.do or call 1-800-974-5399 if unavailable
  • Save On Foods : https://www.saveonfoods.com/gift-card-balance/
  • Shoppers Drug Mart : http://www.shoppersdrugmart.ca/GiftcardApps/en_CA/giftcard.do or call 1-800-974-5399 if unavailable
  • Sport Chek : Call 1-877-977-2435 and press Option 1
  • St-Hubert : https://st-hubert.checkyourcardbalance.com/en/login
  • The Keg : https://www.kegsteakhouse.com/en/gift-cards
  • Ultimate Dining Card : https://theultimatediningcard.ca/udc/check-balance/

Please Note: For website links, click the retailer or copy and paste the link.
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Gift Card Online Use Limits:

  • Air Canada (Source: post #225, (thanks @mountaingrl)):
    Since Air Canada has switched to Amadeus for its ticketing system, you can use up to 2 gift cards for your ticket purchase PLUS a credit card. You won't find this anywhere in their T & Cs but I have done it a few times. You can also pay with Paypal now (but not in conjunction with gift cards).
  • Atmosphere (Source: https://www.atmosphere.ca/help-desk/gif ... cards.html):
    Maximum of 2 eCards/Gift Cards can be redeemed online in one transaction.
  • Canadian Tire (Source: https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/gift-cards.html):
    At this time, Canadian Tire gift cards cannot be redeemed for online purchases.
  • Hudson's Bay (Source: https://support.thebay.com/s/article/Ho ... -gift-card):
    To redeem a gift card online, enter the gift card number (located on the back of your card under the bar code) as well as the four-digit pin number (located on the back of your card in the silver scratch box) in the appropriate fields during checkout. You may use up to two gift cards to pay for a purchase. When using a gift card online, you must also provide a credit or debit card number in case the balance on the gift card(s) isn’t enough to cover the entire purchase amount. Your credit card will only be charged for the remaining balance when this is the case.
  • Mark's (Source: https://www.marks.com/en/help-desk/cust ... d-faq.html):
    A maximum of 2 Gift Cards (physical Gift Cards or eGift Cards) can be redeemed online in one transaction.
  • Sport Chek (Source: https://www.sportchek.ca/help-desk/gift ... -faqs.html):
    Maximum of 2 eCards/Gift Cards can be redeemed online in one transaction.
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Ok, a place for chit chat ... I get it
(Sometimes the other thread ... which you also host, and is BTW ... AWESOME ... it just gets bogged down with this type of stuff)

I like how you have the two linked
And there’s now a “presence” here in this FORUM

Some RFDers hang out in HOT DEALS primarily
Others, hang out in the FORUMS primarily

So having 2 threads prob makes sense
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My personal list of Go To GCs when I find deals ... gotta be a deal / promo in order to buy
(Places we buy often from in our Household )

Loblaws Group
SDM
Sobey’s Group
Metro Inc
Farm Boy
IGA Quebec
Jean Coutu
Apple iTunes (soon to sadly be no more)
Chapters / Indigo
Shell
Cdn Tire
Costco
The Bay
LCBO
Various Restaurant Cards (like Ultimate = Recipe Unlimited / Cara Foods Group)
Various Kids Clothing Stores (like The Gap, Childrens Place, Carter’s / OshKosh, etc )

Covers the basics ... Groceries, Pharmacies, Gas, Booze, Entertainment, General Merchandise, GrandKids, and a bit of Dining Out

At any one time, SO & I usually have at least one in our wallets
Fall to Christmas when we do more “annual shopping” and see more deals ... prob 3 to 5 each

Lol, of course the key to playing the GC game is like everything else ... STRATEGIC SHOPPING
Buy them on sale / discount / promo
And then use the “cash” on them wisely as well
If you can spend them on goods that is also on sale / discount / promo
Then you’ve made your money work doubly hard for you
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Pretty common "hack" but I use my CIBC Dividend Infinite Visa card, which gives 4% cashback on gas and groceries, to buy giftcards to places where I regularly do shopping at or have plans to shop at. Planning and self discipline to use giftcards responsibly are key.

My grocery store, Superstore, sells a surprisingly a wide range of gift cards. Some stores they offer in which I regularly buy giftcards for include Amazon, Bestbuy, Canadian Tire, Home Depot, and Sports Check. They also sell lots of restaurants giftcards that range from the Keg to Subway, but my Simplii Visa card already offers 4% on restaurants, so I don't buy giftcards for restaurants.

Yes, 4% isn't much, but it's a good starting point.
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Dixienormous wrote: Pretty common "hack" but I use my CIBC Dividend Infinite Visa card, which gives 4% cashback on gas and groceries, to buy giftcards to places where I regularly do shopping at or have plans to shop at. Planning and self discipline to use giftcards responsibly are key.

My grocery store, Superstore, sells a surprisingly a wide range of gift cards. Some stores they offer in which I regularly buy giftcards for include Amazon, Bestbuy, Canadian Tire, Home Depot, and Sports Check. They also sell lots of restaurants giftcards that range from the Keg to Subway, but my Simplii Visa card already offers 4% on restaurants, so I don't buy giftcards for restaurants.

Yes, 4% isn't much, but it's a good starting point.
Using the Superstore as your primary source, I hope you also browse their online flyers weekly to see if they have promos on any of your often used cards ... they often do

Like buy a $ 50 SportChek Card, and get 5000 in PCO Points ... that’s another $ 5 in your pocket you can spend on groceries at the RCSS or any other PCO Partner (Loblaws Group, SDM etc)

We try to always STACK benefits on our GC buying ... so CC perks with Card Discounts / Promos
Be it Cashback, Miles or Points
So our primary GC sources have been ... Loblaws Group Stores, SDM, Sobey’s,
And Costco (warehouse is better than online price wise ... and warehouse also carries some local places)
Used to also be Shell & Rexall ... but not so much lately ... Shell has fewer AirMiles Offers On GCs
And Rexall left that program entirely

I hear about most of the GC deals here on RFD, usually here in the various Loyalty threads
Or in the RFD Gift Card Megathread = various-retailers-gift-card-deals-disco ... 0-2344941/
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Someone from Moola ("Ewan") has entered the Expired Hot Deals thread and mentioned that the gift cards sold out, the promotion is on until Sept. 22 and they will be restocking so hold tight. So, give Moola another chance in the days and weeks to come, all should be fine.
The Moola rep is answering questions in the expired thread.
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Dixienormous wrote: Pretty common "hack" but I use my CIBC Dividend Infinite Visa card, which gives 4% cashback on gas and groceries, to buy giftcards to places where I regularly do shopping at or have plans to shop at. Planning and self discipline to use giftcards responsibly are key.

My grocery store, Superstore, sells a surprisingly a wide range of gift cards. Some stores they offer in which I regularly buy giftcards for include Amazon, Bestbuy, Canadian Tire, Home Depot, and Sports Check. They also sell lots of restaurants giftcards that range from the Keg to Subway, but my Simplii Visa card already offers 4% on restaurants, so I don't buy giftcards for restaurants.

Yes, 4% isn't much, but it's a good starting point.
This is pretty much my way of life. I agree, an easy way to get "something for nothing" IMO
Scotia Momentum Visa, 4% on grocery.
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The best gift card deals come out during Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Christmas / Boxing Day, so don't forget to save your pennies for the end of the year!
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DaVibe wrote: The best gift card deals come out during Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Christmas / Boxing Day, so don't forget to save your pennies for the end of the year!
Yup ...

And a lot of them STACK with other opportunities

So GC on sale at Retailer XYZ, but you still get to stack it with your CC Perks & Loyalty Perks (like PCO Points / AirMiles)
Be it a “Thanksgiving Promo” (Cdn or American version of the holiday)
Or AirMiles annual Shop The Block BIG BONUS Event

Exactly why I always end the year / begin the next with a nice stack of Grocery Store Cards (Loblaws Group / Sobey’s Group ... sometimes Metro or IGA Quebec)
So much so ... that between them and redeeming PCO Points we save all year
I don’t have to pay out for Groceries all thru the Holidays into January
Which is awesome ... cuz it’s when food prices are at their highest
And you need more than usual
Plus money is also its tightest for most folks planning for, and getting thru Christmas ...
and the coldest darkest days of Winter (aka the January Deep Freeze)

So any financial relief is definitely a welcome BIG DEAL
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(Grabbed from the deal thread)
denhammer wrote: During the week of July 24th Shoppers had a promotion when you buy a $50 Olg.ca gift card you receive 10000 points.

In the past when I bought 4 separate cards in separate transactions I always received 10000 points per gift card.

This time I received 18000 points total which is a strange number, and when I spoke with them yesterday I received a response saying that the offer is only valid once. however I know least twice before it has been per transaction times. Foes anyone else have any experience with the Olg.ca promotion from Shoppers Drug Mart from last month in the week of July 24th? Did you receive the expected points?

Their reply is below:
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Thank you for contacting PC Optimum Member Care.

First and foremost, we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. We are more than willing to assist.

We have reviewed your account and we have seen that four transaction was made and in each transaction OLG gift cards were purchased. 

We are only allowed to use an offer once, unless the offer states it is a continuity offer. 

Since, four separate transaction were made, the points for only one transaction would be added to your PC Optimum account as we are unable to combine transaction to qualify for offers.

18,000 points have already been added to your PC Optimum account as of August 14th. 
I didn't participate in THIS one but I've participated in previous ones. Shoppers terms don't state "for each" like their Loblaws / RCSS stores do, which is my personal nightmare because THEY HAVE BEEN giving out the points for each transaction you make, regardless of it saying it or not. It sounds like you got caught by Shoppers deciding to turn to their own policy on this one, where it likely did not say "for each transaction" and rather just said, "Spend $50, get 10,000 points" which they could describe as a one-time promotion regardless of how many times you participate.

It's incredibly frustrating because they do this every single time they have a gift card promotion, they use the wrong terms. Then, when it turns into this he-said, she-said scenario, we are on the losing side. Meanwhile, they've been rewarding the points all along.
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denhammer wrote: During the week of July 24th Shoppers had a promotion when you buy a $50 Olg.ca gift card you receive 10000 points.

In the past when I bought 4 separate cards in separate transactions I always received 10000 points per gift card.

This time I received 18000 points total which is a strange number, and when I spoke with them yesterday I received a response saying that the offer is only valid once. however I know least twice before it has been per transaction times. Foes anyone else have any experience with the Olg.ca promotion from Shoppers Drug Mart from last month in the week of July 24th? Did you receive the expected points?

Their reply is below:
........
Thank you for contacting PC Optimum Member Care.

First and foremost, we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. We are more than willing to assist.

We have reviewed your account and we have seen that four transaction was made and in each transaction OLG gift cards were purchased. 

We are only allowed to use an offer once, unless the offer states it is a continuity offer. 

Since, four separate transaction were made, the points for only one transaction would be added to your PC Optimum account as we are unable to combine transaction to qualify for offers.

18,000 points have already been added to your PC Optimum account as of August 14th. 
DaVibe wrote: (Grabbed from the deal thread)


I didn't participate in THIS one but I've participated in previous ones. Shoppers terms don't state "for each" like their Loblaws / RCSS stores do, which is my personal nightmare because THEY HAVE BEEN giving out the points for each transaction you make, regardless of it saying it or not. It sounds like you got caught by Shoppers deciding to turn to their own policy on this one, where it likely did not say "for each transaction" and rather just said, "Spend $50, get 10,000 points" which they could describe as a one-time promotion regardless of how many times you participate.

It's incredibly frustrating because they do this every single time they have a gift card promotion, they use the wrong terms. Then, when it turns into this he-said, she-said scenario, we are on the losing side. Meanwhile, they've been rewarding the points all along.
This

If an Offer is in the flyer or on the floor (ie Store Deal / Managers Special) ... then it’s a case of you can buy as many times as you like, and get the points each time ... UNLESS there’s signage restricting purchase amounts (like 1 Only ... Max 2) ... or some indication in the flyer with the fine print T&Cs *

PCO Personal Offers are one & done ... then they disappear from your PCO Account / App. So if you want 4 of something, gotta buy them all on your first & only qualifying transaction

When it comes to SDM ... it’s always a case of YMMV

They are all over the map when it comes to rules, and how THEY CHOOSE to apply, or not apply points offers

All that said ...

Not a fan of the OLG GCs ... they are far too limiting

Only useable at Lottery Retailers
Not useable for online lottery Tkts (WTF ... they don’t even take their own GC )
But ... useable online to play other games

Soooo not worth the bother IMO

* BRB ... gone to look for the SDM flyer offering the OLG GC promo

OK from SDM Flyer ... July 18th to 24th, Bottom of Pg 3 where the OLG GC Offer appears:
** Spend $ 50 on OLG Gift Cards before applicable taxes, and after redemptions and all coupons & discounts are deducted in a single transaction at any Participating store location, and you will earn the points indicated. No adjustments on previous purchases. Product availability may vary by store. While supplies last. We reserve the right to limit quantities. We are not obligated to award points based on errors or misprints. No cash value. Minimum redemption 10,000 points. No rain checks. Cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. Gift Cards cannot be used to purchase additional gift cards. Offer is subject to change or termination at any time without notice. No refunds on gift card purchases. Points cannot be redeemed on the purchase of lottery tickets or additional OLG gift cards. Please play responsibly. See Instore or visit pcoptimum.ca for full terms, conditions and redemption restrictions. Offer valid only until July 24, 2020. Please allow up to approximately 2-4 weeks for points to be posted to your valid PC Optimum Account.
So there you have it ... they can restrict quantities ... change the terms & conditions etc.
Clearly they are covered here ... and you are SOL
Agree it SUCKS though
My BEST ADVICE ... next time you see a good flyer offer, read the fine print
And if it doesn’t say one time use only ...
just make several separate purchases / trips to the store while the offer is on
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PointsHubby wrote: This

If an Offer is in the flyer or on the floor (ie Store Deal / Managers Special) ... then it’s a case of you can buy as many times as you like, and get the points each time ... UNLESS there’s signage restricting purchase amounts (like 1 Only ... Max 2) ... or some indication in the flyer with the fine print T&Cs *

PCO Personal Offers are one & done ... then they disappear from your PCO Account / App. So if you want 4 of something, gotta buy them all on your first & only qualifying transaction

When it comes to SDM ... it’s always a case of YMMV

They are all over the map when it comes to rules, and how THEY CHOOSE to apply, or not apply points offers

All that said ...

Not a fan of the OLG GCs ... they are far too limiting

Only useable at Lottery Retailers
Not useable for online lottery Tkts (WTF ... they don’t even take their own GC )
But ... useable online to play other games

Soooo not worth the bother IMO

* BRB ... gone to look for the SDM flyer offering the OLG GC promo
I love the OLG gift cards because I'm saving money on lottery, which you could never do before (maybe CC cashback or store reward points) but yes, not many retailers know about them so they can be a pain. The process is step-by-step on the OLG terminal, it's surprising though how many staff are stuck in their box and can't learn anything new. Once you find a store that can use it, you stick with them. That's what I've been doing currently.
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DaVibe wrote: I love the OLG gift cards because I'm saving money on lottery, which you could never do before (maybe CC cashback or store reward points) but yes, not many retailers know about them so they can be a pain. The process is step-by-step on the OLG terminal, it's surprising though how many staff are stuck in their box and can't learn anything new. Once you find a store that can use it, you stick with them. That's what I've been doing currently.
Ya I see the benefit (cheaper)
Just not worth the bother / hassle for me
Sucks you cannot use them for online lottery
That’s how we buy most of our Tkts now ...
just got used to doing so cuz of Covid
Liked it, and am sticking with it for now
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Esso gc from moola didn’t work when I let the cashier scan it?
Anyone know why? I know you gotta call moola for a different card number if you want to add to speed pass. I thought if you use in store it was ok?
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Pharmer wrote: Esso gc from moola didn’t work when I let the cashier scan it?
Anyone know why? I know you gotta call moola for a different card number if you want to add to speed pass. I thought if you use in store it was ok?
The one purchased during their BTS sale worked fine for me in app and in store. I didn't have to ask them to send me different card numbers this time. Worked like a charm.
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Thanks @DaVibe for this thread link.

For others, here was my question and here is answer.

One needs to go back to GC megathread if want to see the screenshot posted by @eahmed

mzmoney wrote: ↑
Got the Keg one ... no branding header so am guessing can purchase at Loblaws banner stores OR SDM?

eahmed wrote:
Yeah I think any loblaws or SDM would suffice as it doesn't specify.

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