The Best Reward Programs in Canada

Reward and loyalty programs come in all shapes and size in Canada. Here’s a better look at the best reward programs in Canada and what they have to offer…

Reward and loyalty programs come in all shapes and size in Canada; from ones that will help you save money on groceries, travel arrangements to cosmetics and movie tickets – the savings opportunity are truly endless. Here is a closer look at the best reward programs available in Canada:

Shoppers Drug Marts’ Optimum

Exclusive to only Shoppers Drug Mart, buyers receive 10 points for every dollar that is spent within the store (except: lottery tickets, tobacco products, transit tickets and passes, prescriptions & gift cards). Since their recent launch of their mobile app, buyers can also load exclusive coupons onto their optimum card that will entitle them to bonus points.


Air Miles

Since its launch back in 1992, Air Mile has been recognized as one of Canada’s most beloved loyalty programs that can transform your daily necessity purchases such as groceries and gas into things that are much more rewarding like dream vacations, electronics and a whole lot more! While the value of a point per dollar spent varies from different locations that accept Air Miles, you can find the full list of retailers and their point value here.


Cineplex Scene – The Movie Reward program

Cineplex’s Scene card is on the fast track to becoming one of the most popular loyalty programs in Canada. Movie lovers earn 100 points per movie ticket purchase and can redeem a free movie once they have accumulated 1,000 points – which, for a lot of movie-goers, is a terrific reward incentive. Now you can earn scene points from a huge and growing list of retailers and restaurants, to see complete list, head here.

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