Save-On-Foods launches special Facebook Power Offer

From now until Wednesday night, customers who spend $100 will earn an extra 5,000 More Rewards points.

Save-On-Foods has launched a one-time special “Power Offer” on Facebook for Lower Mainland customers.

“The storm had a big impact on everyone in the lower mainland. We had our stores impacted, thousands of team members impacted and hundreds of thousands of customers impacted.

I myself have personally been without power for more than 3 days. So we wanted to find a creative way to go the extra mile for our customers,” says Save-On-Foods president Darrell Jones.

From now until Wednesday night, customers who spend $100 will earn an extra 5,000 More Rewards points.

Points can be redeemed for free travel, merchandise and of course groceries, including staples like ground beef, milk, bread, eggs and butter, just to name a few examples.

Jones added: “While we can’t guarantee sunshine tomorrow, we can bring you a sweet Facebook deal with this amazing hot offer — and even more coming later this week.”

Lower mainland customers can find the offer on the Save-On-Foods Facebook page.

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