Loblaw hopes to make things right by offering consumers a $25 gift card after admitting to authorities that the company took part in an industry-wide bread price-fixing scheme spanning a period of 14 years.
Consumer in Canada will be able to register for the $25 cards beginning Friday, January 8, 2018. However, Loblaw is already collecting email addresses to notify consumers when official registration begins.
“We will only use your email address to notify you that registration has opened and not for Loblaw customer marketing or any other purpose, unless you have already given us your consent to do so,” the Loblaw Card Program website states.
If you’re interested in receiving a $25 Loblaw Card, here’s what you need to do to redeem the offer:
- Visit LoblawCard.ca and enter your email address to be notified when registration opens
- Once you receive notification to register, simply follow the instructions when they arrive in your inbox
Just be aware that in order to participate you have to be the of age of majority in your province, and you’ll also have to declare that you purchased certain packaged bread products at one of the brand’s eligible stores before March 1, 2015.
Once registration opens, you’ll only have until May 8, 2018 to make your claim for a gift card.
Also take note that this goodwill offer is not limited to one per household. Every eligible Canadian can register for a $25 gift card.
The cards can be used to purchase items sold in the brand’s grocery stores across Canada.
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