The giveaway is now over. thank you to all who entered and congratulation to Andrew P.
Not sure what to get Mom for Mother’s Day this year? Why not consider giving her a gift card? Gift cards — particularly mobile or digital ones — are a great option for last-minute shoppers since they are easy to purchase, and redeem.
When you send your mother a New York Fries e-gift card worth a minimum of $25, you will receive a regular size poutine on your Fry Society Card. You must of course be a Fry Society member.
If you are not already a member, you can sign up for free. Your purchase of an e-gift card must have a delivery date of May the 10th in order to qualify for this offer.
Now go ahead, treat your mom to some fries at New York Fries for Mother’s Day. We won’t tell her that your fries were free.
You have 60 days to redeem your free poutine before the offer expires.
New York Fries addicted? I am too. That is why, one very lucky Canadian reader of mine is going to win a $25 e-gift card for themselves to New York Fries. It’s a quick contest though. You only have 5 days to get your entries in.
Mandatory entry: Tell us how you like to eat your New York Fries? I always have to add gravy to mine.
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- Tweet 3 times daily: Treat mom 2 @NewYorkFries for #MothersDay. Enter to #win a $25 GC from @Todayswomanco https://www.todays-woman.net/?p=34809
Open to Canadian residents 18 and over. Giveaway ends on May 9th at 1:00 pm EST.
About Fry Society
Fry Society is a deliciously easy, app-free, mobile loyalty, payment and e-gifting program. With Fry Society, New York Fries customers can use any smart phone as a digital wallet to pay for food and earn rewards. After 10 visits members can select any one item off the menu for free. Members can also pre-load their digital Fry Society card with money; becoming a Fry Society “Aficionado” which allows them to earn even more rewards (free fries on your birthday and opportunities to double points on select transactions).