Save-On-Foods Online Shopping Launches in BC Interior, Okanagan [u]


Save-On-Food has announced the launch of online shopping pickup and delivery for their locations in the BC Interior and Okanagan. Customers can place orders on the web and via the grocery chain’s iOS app.

The company confirmed to iPhone in Canada stores in Kelowna (Lakeshore; Cooper; Kane), Prince George (Domano; Central; W. Austin; 15th Ave), and Vernon (27th St.; Highway 6) will now offer pickup or home delivery for groceries. Personal shoppers will even be able to load groceries into customer vehicles are designated pickup parking stalls.

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Four Save-On-Foods locations in Kamloops (Valleyview, Sahali, Westsyde and Lansdowne) will now offer pickup only, joining the Brocklehurst store, which launched online shopping back on June 2.

The pickup services is free, while the first home delivery is free too. After that, delivery charges start at $7.95.

In September, Save-On-Foods launched an updated iPhone app for iOS 11, decommissioning an older version. The new version requires a new account to be created, as the old More Rewards login credentials won’t work.

Update Nov. 14: Save-On-Foods has just revised the dates and prices of this launch:

  • November 17: Kelowna and Vernon and 4 more locations in Kamloops to debut grocery pick up
  • December 1: Kelowna, Kamloops and Vernon to debut home delivery. Prince George will debut online grocery pick up on this date.
  • Delivery charges start at $7.95, not $4.95 as earlier stated.


  • Kael

    I wonder if you still have to use the bad more card that you require to get any of the deals in the store. Otherwise the place is just overpriced. After years of using the card at the store (they were next to work) and for gas purchases I was able to get a free chip bag clamp. Yea me!

  • Olley

    do people really collect points and redeem them?? I’ve had my account since 05, and I have about 8k points, not sure what I can do with them :S

  • Kael

    You can get an item worth about $25. Not bad for over 10 years of saving.
    On PC Choice I have received over $120 in free groceries in just the past 3 years, and that’s groceries for two people.