Shopper’s Drug Mart Optimum Card

WHO: Shopper’s Drug Mart

WHAT: Optimum Card

COST: Free

HOW IT WORKS: Earn valuable Shoppers Optimum Points with almost every purchase*. In some regions, you can even earn points on prescriptions**.

-Get 10 points when you spend $1.

-Get 100 points when you spend $10.

-Get 500 points when you spend $50.

-Get 1,000 points when you spend $100.

WHY WE LIKE IT: It’s easier to collect points than you think…

-Shop during their 20x the points events and earn thousands of points in just one visit. For example, if you spend $50 on almost anything ?in-store, you don’t just get 500 points, you get 10,000 points. Do that 4 times, and you can save up to $75 off. Once you get up to 75,000 points, you can save up to $150 off!

-Earn Shoppers Optimum Bonus Points® on specially marked items in-store every day.

-Get in on special points events throughout the year like 20x the points on cosmetics, 10x the points on Life Brand® and exclusive products, and 10x the points on health products like vitamins.

-Watch for special points redemption opportunities where you can redeem a certain amount and redeem for more $ value than they list on the chart.

LEARN MORE AT: http://www1.shoppersdrugmart.ca/en/Shoppers-Optimum.aspx

*Shoppers Optimum Points are awarded based on net (purchase price less discounts) pre-tax purchases. Shoppers Optimum Points are not awarded and may not be redeemed on cigarettes and tobacco (where sold), gifts with purchase, bus tickets, passes, pre-paid phone cards, electronic gift cards, lottery tickets, lifeEXPERIENCE packages, products purchased in the post office, delivery charges (where applicable), bottle deposits/returns (where accepted), bill payments (where accepted) or charitable donations. The collection of points for prescription purchases may vary by province and is governed by provincial governments, provincial regulatory authorities and third party insurance plans. Discount applies to the full purchase price (excluding taxes). Shoppers Optimum Points cannot be redeemed on prescription drugs and products that contain codeine.

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