• 05/11/2020

Win Your Purchases Downtown

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Montreal centre-ville

Montreal centre-ville

The business development corporation Montréal centre-ville (SDC in French), with the support of the borough of Ville-Marie, is launching the “Win Your Purchases” contest on November 2 to support and encourage businesses and restaurants downtown. With this competition, there is a 1 in 10 chance of winning your purchases! So, what are you waiting for?

1 in 10 chance of winning your purchases, no less!


To participate in the game, it’s really easy!

  • Have in hand a valid receipt for your purchases made downtown during the contest period (starting November 2). Go to gagne-tes-achats.montrealcentreville.ca/en
  • Fill out the form, upload your invoice to the platform and play the game! If you get all 3 dollar signs, then you’ve won!

In addition, each receipt entitles you to a new participation, so don’t hesitate and pass your receipts on to us! A new receipt is a new chance in 10 of winning your purchases! And you will know the result instantly!

One more reason to shop downtown!

By playing “Win Your Purchases”, you could have the chance to win the value of your purchases in the form of a virtual or physical gift card issued by downtown businesses and restaurants. The amount of the gift card can go up to $250!

Would you like to get to know the different shops and restaurants where you can go shopping? Consult the map of downtown Montreal, you can’t go wrong! Please note that some downtown services are excluded. To find out about them click here!

We also invite you to consult the rules of “Win Your Purchases” contest if you ever have any questions! It’s this way

Win your purchases and contribute to a cause

For Montréal centre-ville, mental health is an important cause to support. Therefore, the downtown Montréal SDC is committed to donating 1% of purchases made downtown, as part of the Win Your Purchases campaign, to the Fondation Jeunes en Tête.

The Fondation Jeunes en Tête is working to prevent psychological distress in young people aged 11 to 18. Montréal center-ville is proud to be involved with the foundation to help it in this mission.

To find out more about the Fondation Jeunes en Tête:

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