Scene+: The Merger of Scotia Rewards and SCENE Explained
Short and sweet The SCENE and Scotia Bonus Points programs will be combined to form the Scene program on December 13, 2021. Launch of Scene has been delayed; new date to be announced (November 25, 2021). By the end of the year 2021, it will have occurred. Ahead of schedule,
Launch of Scene has been delayed; new date to be announced (November 25, 2021). By the end of the year 2021, it will have occurred. Ahead of schedule, the date has been moved to November 22, 2021
Change effective December 13, 2021; see 3 December 2021 update for details.
Founded by Scotiabank and Cineplex, "Scene" It's worth noting that while Cineplex runs the SCENE program, Scotiabank is in charge of the Scotia Rewards program. When combined, their existing loyalty programs will become Scene.
The good news is that point values and totals won't change. With this new program, you can accumulate Scene points toward and spend them on:
- Purchases for a Trip
- everywhere you shop
- , Financial Institutions, and Related Services
The SCENE website and mobile app will be down from December 4 to December 12, 2021. You can still accumulate points during this time. Then, SCENE will become law on December 13, 2021.
You can convert your Scotia Bonus Points and SCENE Points to SCENE at a rate of 1:1.
Your SCENE membership number and login information have not changed. They can keep using their current plastic card, or switch to the digital version in the SCENE app.
Customers who are not SCENE members but who have Scotia Rewards will have a separate account set up for them. By the end of 2021, SCENE members will receive electronic versions of the membership cards.
For now, SCENE members can use their points to buy food at participating restaurants like Swiss Chalet and Harvey's. shopping for movies at Cineplex theaters and other forms of entertainment
SCENE points can be used for a wider variety of purposes going forward. As long as the member keeps a Scene-eligible Scotiabank product, the points never expire. The Scene account points will expire after 24 months of inactivity once this product is discontinued.
From the perspective of a former SCENE participant, here is how the incentives have changed:
Your points can be redeemed for travel expenses such as airfare, hotel stays, and rental cars.
You can spend with 500 points at any of the above establishments.
A movie ticket can be purchased for anywhere from 1,250 to 2,000 points, depending on whether it's for general admission, 3D, UltraAVX, IMAX, premium seating, a D-Box, or a VIP screening.
Spend 500 points on concessions at Cineplex and get to spend there.
Buy digital movies for $1 when you redeem 100 points at the Cineplex Store.
You can spend $1,000 in Rec Room merchandise for just $10 if you redeem 1,000 points.
Use 500 points to get to spend at Playdium.
The following Scotiabank debit card accounts will earn Scene points for purchases:
None of the others will count toward the Scene total.
When using a debit card, the point system will remain unchanged. When using an eligible debit card at Cineplex, you'll earn 1 Scene point for every spent.
Members who were accumulating points in an account that no longer does so will need to switch to one of the four aforementioned accounts.
Credit cards themselves will remain unchanged; only the points' naming will be modified.
Neither the physical card nor the accumulation ratio will be altered as a result of these modifications. On December 13, 2021, Scotia Bonus Points will be exchanged for Scene Points at a rate of 1: 1.
The pay scale will not change.
Here are the top two deals available right now:
Rewards for completing scenes include:
- The Cineplex Experience: Movie Tickets, Concessions, and Dinner
- dinners at participating eateries
- vacation with the help of "Scene Travel Service" and "Redeem Points for Travel,"
- Commodities from Apple and Best Buy
- gift cards, prepaid cards, and other forms of electronic currency,
- The "Redeem for Credit" button will apply your points to your Scotiabank card.
The consolidation of these two initiatives into one seems like a step in the right direction.
The value of points has not decreased, and there are now more ways to use them and earn new ones.
The SCENE and Scotia Bonus Points programs have merged to form the new SCENE program. Travel, Apple Store and Best Buy catalogues, and more, are still available through the Scotia Rewards program.
As of November 22, 2021, Scene points can be earned on all previously Scotia Rewards-eligible products. All previously created points will be transferred to Scene at their current values.
On November 22, 2021, the Scene Rewards program will officially launch.
While these updates are being made, the SCENE and Scotia Rewards programs will be unavailable for point redemption from November 15 to November 22. Between these times, most ways to redeem points will be unavailable. During this time, you might also face delays or interruptions in other services. During this time of transition, we appreciate your patience as we make enhancements to our rewards program.
Your Scene membership account will not be updated with the accrued points until November 22, 2021, even though you will continue to earn points on all qualifying purchases during this time.
And remember this:
From November 18-21, SCENE members will not be able to earn or redeem SCENE points at partner restaurants Swiss Chalet, Harvey's, East Side Marios, Montana's, Kelseys, Bier Markt, Fionn MacCools, D'Arcy McGee's, Paddy Flaherty's, and Tir nan Og.
In addition, from November 10 through November 22, you won't be able to purchase anything from the Best Buy or Apply catalogues.
On November 22, 2021, if you're already a member of SCENE, your SCENE points and/or Scotia Rewards points will be converted into Scene credits. If you have a total of 100 SCENE or Scotia Bonus points, for instance, 100 Scene points will be added to your Scene account. Your membership ID and password will remain the same.
On November 22, 2021, if you aren't already a member of SCENE, you will be added as a member and given an account. When you open a Scene account, your Scotia Bonus Points will be moved there immediately. If you have 100 Scotia Bonus Points, for instance, that amount will be converted into 100 Scene points and deposited into your new Scene account. Beginning November 22, 2021, your Scene account number will change.
Your SCENE and/or Scotia Rewards points will remain in your Scene account even if you close the credit card that earned them.
Our new Scene program includes a third-party travel service provider, Scene Travel, where members can earn and redeem points toward future travel. Book your hotel stays and car rentals through Scene Travel and earn three times as many points for each dollar spent.
When you book a hotel or car rental through Scene Travel, you can use your points to save $1 on the stay or rental.
Yes, the Scene app's "Use Points to Travel" feature will still allow you to apply your points toward future trips.
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