As you remember, last year Food Basics decided to reward their customers into 2017 by fulfilling the wishes of select customers who shared what they would do with extra money if they won free groceries for a year. Your response was amazing! So many of you shared your videos answering the question. I was very touched by everyone’s wishes and how thankful the winners were. It was pure happiness and even tears were flowing. The prizes ranged from a travel gift card and new luggage to hockey lessons and even a honeymoon! It was such a wonderful experience.
I Want it All Event is Back #FoodBasics150
Well, I have a good news for you. Once again, Food Basics will show how much they care about their customers. Yes! This year, the I Want it All event is back and it is even bigger than ever. To celebrate Canada’s 150th Food Basics wants to give their customers across Ontario the chance to win 150% off their receipt to spend on that extra little something they really want. With their history for giving and rewarding their customers, who knows, they might even grant a few additional wishes! Isn’t that exciting?
There is so much to celebrate and be thankful for this year. At Food Basics, you can shop smart by purchasing products that are always fresh, always in-stock and always at a great price – without compromising. Having access to quality, fresh food is one of the many ways we can truly Have It All. I surely want it all and I am sure you do too! Don’t wait another minute head down to Food Basics and enter your receipt at foodbasics.ca/iwantitall for a chance to have your receipt taken care of, with an additional 50% sent to you by cheque. Draws will be made at the end of each day, from Monday to Friday between June 8 and July 5. All entries submitted will stay in the draw until the end of the contest. Once entered, make sure to keep an eye on your inbox. All winners will be contacted by email. Don’t forget to share with us on social media how you would spend your winning cash with the hashtag #FoodBasics150. Good luck!
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Food Basics. All opinions are mine.