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Save a little on your next trip to the grocery store, as Loblaws is currently giving away free $25.00 gift cards to their customers!

A few weeks ago, news broke that Loblaws participated in an industry-wide bread price-fixing scheme that caused customers to pay extra for the staple food between 2002 and 2015. In an attempt to right this wrong, Loblaws is offering $25.00 gift cards to any customers who may have been affected by the scheme. In order to claim your free gift card, simply head online and enter your personal information to receive your card in the mail.

Here are a few important things to note before signing up for your gift card:

  • No receipt/ proof of purchase is required to get a card. You must simply acknowledge that you purchased an eligible brand at a Loblaw-owned store between January 1, 2002 and March 1, 2015.
  • Eligible brands include Dempster's, Country Harvest, D'Italiano, No Name, Old Mill, Wonder Bread, and more -- you can view the full list here.
  • You must currently be over the age of majority in your province.
  • Signing up to receive this gift card does not mean you are waiving your right to participate in a future class-action suit against Loblaws, however by taking this gift card, you are agreeing to get $25.00 less in compensation from any future lawsuit.

Once you've signed up and entered your personal information, you'll receive a registration ID for future use. Allow between 6-12 weeks for delivery of your gift card. Click here to read the full terms and conditions.

Click here to register for your $25.00 Loblaws gift card.

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    • Loblaw discovered that Canadians were overcharged for the cost of some packaged bread products in our stores and other grocery stores across Canada. In response, we're offering eligible customers a $25 Loblaw Card, which can be used to purchase items sold in our grocery stores across Canada.

      Registration for the Loblaw Card Program will open on January 8, 2018. Please check back then.

      In the meantime, you can also provide your email address to receive a notice once registration has opened.

      mod edit: link to pre-register https://loblawcard.ca/
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    • is there a TL;DR for eligibility?
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    • Is this legit? What's "eligible" customers?
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    • VertigoM wrote:
      Dec 19th, 2017 5:02 pm
      Is this legit? What's "eligible" customers?
      Probably for those who have bought bread from loblaws within the past month or so, which I have done. Worth giving it a shot.
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    • blackbirdman wrote:
      Dec 19th, 2017 5:04 pm
      Probably for those who have bought bread from loblaws within the past month or so, which I have done. Worth giving it a shot.
      A month only? It's gotta be longer than that... Loblaw just admitted to price fixing bread for the past 14 years.....
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    • Repost, posted in Freebies already.
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    • Lols; subscribed thread
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    • always makes me weary when companies create a separate domain instead of using their existing domain and forwarding it elsewhere.

      how do i know this is legit loblaw website... loblaw.ca/card would've worked.
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    • 150 people viewing the thread lol
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    • actng wrote:
      Dec 19th, 2017 5:07 pm
      always makes me weary when companies create a separate domain instead of using their existing domain and forwarding it elsewhere.

      how do i know this is legit loblaw website... loblaw.ca/card would've worked.
      Exactly how i felt, although chrome is saying it is a "secure" website.... not sure if i want @2Riskit hahaha 😝
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    • yeah they trying to be proactive so hopefully a class action lawsuit as they really owe hundreds to thousands to many that are loyal to their high prices which is not me except when free money as we all go to frills, loblaws, zehs, superstore or some form of weston and bakeries in last few decades :)
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    • Lol work blocks the site as "SPAM"
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    • leeoku wrote:
      Dec 19th, 2017 4:47 pm
      Wonder if there will be a class action lawsuit like all the LCD, ram etc.
      Perhaps not since Loblaws self-reported and apparently will voluntarily compensate customers. From TFA:
      When first discovering this anti-competitive behavior in March of 2015, Loblaw and George Weston immediately reported it to the bureau and subsequently cooperated fully with it, the companies said.

      They said they have taken actions to address the role in industry-wide price fixing of bread. What is more, Loblaw is offering customers $25 Loblaw gift card for purchases across Canada.
      Added: See also this RFD thread [Loblaws] loblaws offering $25 gift card for price fixing bread prices
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    • Note this website is not registered by Loblaw Companies.
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    • "Oops, we just discovered that we've been overcharging the public, our bad." It's not a discovery, it's an admission of wrong doing. The PR spin here is amazing.
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    • Im not suprise that they are caught price fixing, after being named as one of the Canadian companies evading taxes by using tax haven abroad. Shame on them, corporate greed exposed.
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