Wendy’s Rewards Loyalty Program Launches in Canada
Fast-food chain Wendy’s announced on Monday it has launched its loyalty program Wendy’s Rewards in Canada.
According to Wendy’s in an email to iPhone in Canada, the company said, “starting today fans can start earning points and unlocking rewards to redeem for their favourite mouth-watering menu items by downloading the Wendy’s Rewards Loyalty Program on the app!”.
Those looking to get started can sign up for Wendy’s Rewards by email, or by logging in with a Facebook or Google account.
The Wendy’s Rewards program offers members 10 points for every $1 spent on food and drinks. Points can be earned through mobile orders for pickup or delivery via the Wendy’s app or website. Customers can also scan their QR code for in-person dining at restaurants at the counter.
Uber Eats, Skip the Dishes and DoorDash orders do not qualify for Wendy’s Rewards.
Points can be redeemed for free Wendy’s food, coupons and more, says the company. The Wendy’s app now gains a ‘Rewards’ tab along the bottom where you can redeem your rewards and see your current offers. Below are the Reward items and points required to get free food.
Redeem 250 Points for 1 of the following:
- Small Frosty
- Jr. Bacon Cheeseburger (JBC)
- Small Fry
- Jr. Cheeseburger Deluxe
- Small Seasoned Breakfast Potatoes
Redeem 350 Points for 1 of the following:
- Small Chili
- Biscuit Sandwich
- Small Frostyccino
Redeem 450 Points for 1 of the following:
- Double JBC
- Small Poutine
- Croissant Sandwich
Redeem 650 Points for 1 of the following:
- Son of Baconator
- Dave’s Single
- Kids’ Meal
- Breakfast Baconator
- Spicy/Grilled/Class Chicken Sandwich
Redeem 850 Points for 1 of the following:
- Bacon Deluxe (single)
- Chicken Strips
- Dave’s Double
Redeem 1300 Points for 1 of the following:
- Fresh Made Salad
- Breakfast Baconator Combo
“Wendy’s has the best fans, and we are excited to reward them by bringing the Wendy’s loyalty program to Canada,” said Liz Geraghty, Chief Marketing Officer, International, The Wendy’s Company, in an issued statement. “Who wouldn’t want to be rewarded for enjoying Wendy’s favourites like the Frosty, Jr. Bacon Cheeseburger, and Breakfast Baconator?”
According to Wendy’s some restaurants have a Canadian greenhouse-grown lettuce shortage at the moment. As long as the company’s spicy chicken remains in stock, then all is good in the world.
Wendy’s says if you forget to scan your QR code in-restaurant, with your receipt they can add your points manually by contacting them online within 24 hours.