What is BC Bucks?
BC Bucks is the Scrip (gift card) program that earns revenue for Butler Catholic School by receiving a percentage back from every purchase. These percentages range from 1.5% to 18%. Butler Catholic School will then split the rebates you have earned by 50% once you have met your contract obligations. This translates into tuition assistance rebates of up to $600 for your purchases from July through April! Any tuition rebates you receive will then be deducted from your final tuition payment in May.
There are two types of gift cards that are available for purchase – Immediate Fill and Mail Order. Immediate Fill refers to gift cards that are available in the school office. These type of cards are typically local retailers, such as Giant Eagle, Butler Farm Market, McDonalds, Wendy’s, Eat-N-Park, just to name a few. Mail Order gift cards are ordered through Great Lakes Scrip Company, which offers just about anything imaginable. Some examples of Mail Order gift cards are Lowe’s, Home Depot, Sears, Boscov’s, Kohl’s, BP, Sheetz, Sunoco…the possibilities are endless.
How do I get started?
Getting started in the BC Bucks program is easy. Simply complete a New Family request form and submit to the office. The BC Bucks coordinator will then establish a user name and password for you. You can also have friends and family purchase BC Bucks on your behalf. Simply have them complete a New Family request form and have them note that the rebate will go to you. BCS Family Sign Up Form
How do I order?
You may place your orders online from Great Lakes Scrip Center at www.shopwithscrip.com. Once you have received your user name and password, you are ready to begin ordering. Don’t want to order online? No problem…simply complete either an Immediate Fill or a Mail Order ordering sheet. Or you may stop by the school office to place your order Monday through Friday from 9 – 11 am, as well as Friday mornings 7:30 – 8:00 am. In addition, we also offer a Standing Order program, which will allow cards to be automatically ordered and filled for you on a recurring basis that you determine.
Payment is required at the time the order is placed. Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted. Online orders can also be paid by using Presto-Pay, which is a secure payment option.
If NOT using the online Presto-Pay Option, payments must be submitted for processing prior to orders being released. Download Payment Form
Also on the Shop With Scrip website is SCRIPNOW!™, the quickest way to purchase scrip for you or a friend. You can order for yourself or send an eGift in seconds for various retailers. ScripNow! can be delivered and used in minutes simply by using PrestoPay, or pay by check and the items will be released by your coordinator.
When do I order?
Immediate Fill orders are filled in the school office Monday through Friday from 9 – 11 AM. Mail Orders are due online or in the office by Monday at 11 AM. You may send in your orders and payment through your child’s backpack in an envelope marked ‘BC Bucks’ for your convenience. Occasionally there are weeks where no mail orders will be placed due to holiday scheduling or Great Lakes Scrip Company closures. Notifications will be sent out in advance of any scheduling changes.
When will I receive my order?
There are a couple of ways to receive your scrip cards. You may have your orders sent home with your child via their backpack. Or, you can pick up your orders in the office at your convenience anytime during regular office hours. Immediate Fill orders will be available the same day you order. Mail Order received by the Monday 11 AM deadline will be available by Friday of that same week. The schedule might vary during holiday weeks, so if you have any questions about a particular week, please check with the office.
Who do I contact?
For additional information regarding BC Bucks or for help to get started, please contact the BC Bucks Coordinator at email@example.com or call the school office at 724-285-4276.
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