Save-On-Foods will also be offering a $25 Gift Card in response to the whole bread price fixing fiasco. It is important to know that Save-On-Foods was not involved in the price fixing scheme. However, since customers could have been impacted with higher bread prices they too will be offering $25 gift cards to ease the burden.
The Save-On-Foods program will open on February 1, 2018. You can pre-register at https://www.morerewards.ca/25.
Loblaws admitted guilt to the bread price fixing scheme and has since been faced with a class action lawsuit. You can read more about the Loblaws $25 Gift Card program here.