More Rewards Pile up the Points – Earn up to 20,000 bonus points for collecting at multiple partners until April 8

More Rewards big promotion called Pile up the Points has returned until April 8. Last seen in August of 2019 this is the More Rewards equivalent of AIR MILES’ Mega Miles (which was officially postponed today) The promotion awards bonus More Rewards points when you shop or collect points from multiple More Rewards partners. Bonuses are awarded as follows:

  • Shop at 3 Partners 2,000 Points
  • Shop at 4 Partners 5,000 Points
  • Shop at 5 Partners 20,000 Points

These are the participating partners:

  • Save-On-Foods, Urban Fare, PriceSmart Foods (Count as 1 partner)
  • Petro-CanadaTM
  • Panago Pizza
  • Jim Pattison Auto Group 
  • Speedy Glass
  • Accent Inns
  • Coast Hotels 
  • Vancouver Attractions 
  • Vancouver Hino 
  • Oxygen Yoga and Fitness
  • More Rewards Insurance (receive a quote or purchase)
  • More Rewards Travel (valid only for cash purchases)

 Couple of notes for the promotion this time round. First, their three grocery store brands only count as one partner, last time they were all separate partners. Second, given the current situation in our country and globally it will probably be tough to get to 5 partners. Easiest by far is to shop at one of their grocery stores and spend at least $1 (Save-On even has home delivery), get gas or make a purchase at Petro-Canada (make sure your Petro-Points account is linked to your More Rewards account and spend at least $20) and also get a quote for More Rewards Insurance. There’s 3 partners for 2,000 points. Order some pizza from Panago (min $20 spend) and you have four partners for 5,000 points. The remainder of the partners may be tougher to achieve unless you need a rock chip or something fixed on your car as I’m sure many of you won’t be going to yoga classes or travelling by April 8.

I know this promotion launched just over a week ago before a lot of the most recent developments here in Canada but am actually glad it is still available. Right now many Canadians will be taking a look at how they can stretch their finances further during this time of uncertainty and one way is the ability to use points for everyday purchases. More Rewards points can be used at Save-On-Foods, Urban Fare and PriceSmart Foods to help bring down the price of your groceries. In reality, 2,000 or 5,000 points isn’t a lot in this program but every little bit helps.

Learn more about Pile up the Points here.

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