Visa is offering a new incentive where if you spend $50 on groceries, you’ll get a $10 credit back on your Visa card.
It’s available in Manitoba only and is an indirect jab at Walmart for no longer accepting Visa at all its locations in the province.
How does it work? You’ll have to enroll your Visa credit card by November 30, 2016 at http://visa.ca/Manitoba. You card will not be charged and you only have to enroll so they can make sure you qualify for the $10 credit.
Once you’ve spent $50 or more using your enrolled Visa at a Grocery Store in Manitoba, you’ll get an email confirmation that your $10 credit is being processed.
Visa Debit cards are excluded. Once enrollment is confirmed, you must make a qualifying purchase within 15 days of enrollment. Grocery Stores include physical retail locations that sell a full line of food products and are identified in the Visa Systems by Merchant Category 5411. Excludes: convenience stores and specialty stores that sell a limited selection of food. Offer may exclude purchases on prescription drugs, alcohol, tobacco, lottery tickets and postage. Limit 1 per card. Accounts must be open and in good standing during offer and redemption periods. [VISA]