SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (FNS) -- Customers at Price Chopper Supermarkets here will not be able to earn rebates based on their charges to the chain's co-branded credit card after Dec. 31. The cards themselves will expire Jan. 31, 1998. The program, which began in September 1995, offered cardholders 2% rebates on purchases, allowing them to earn up to $500 per year. Rebates were good at Price Chopper stores only. The retailer had circulated a total of 15,000 Price Chopper Visa cards, 12,500 of ...

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