Key to the City is a loyalty savings program that allows a cardholder to save money by simply showing his card at any of the participating merchants. These savings are unlimited! You may redeem savings at any merchant as many times as you like, there are no limits to the amount of times you may use your saving card.
Your Key to the City card can unlock a wealth of savings for you in any of our markets. Your card is valid wherever there are participating “Key to the City” merchants. We are continuously opening new markets, so you will be able to enjoy savings in many cities throughout Canada and the United States.
With the Key to the City card there is no need for coupons to redeem your savings. All of our merchants and their discounts are listed on our website for easy access. Typical discounts include 2 for 1 offers, 10% to 50% off purchases and services, any many other valuable savings!
Also, new this year, registered cardholders are able to purchase exclusive “Deal Buys” on our website. Save additional money by buying gift cards at 50% off!
New merchants are added each week to the Key to the City program. That’s new merchants in dining, shopping, services and more! You can gain immediate access to additional savings opportunities the second they are added. There’s no waiting for a new book or directory to be printed!! As well, if you sign up on our mailing/update list with your e-mail address, we will let you know whenever we add new merchants to the program – you’ll never miss an opportunity to save again!
The Key to the City card is a premium plastic card that fits easily into your wallet, pocket or purse. There are no books or bulky guides to carry around (or forget)! As an added feature, your Key to the City card comes with 3 pieces to it – one card size and two handy key fobs. Just separate these pieces and you can share them with family members. Each person who possesses a “key” is eligible to receive the same savings, at any merchant, at any time.
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