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    See it now. Says excludes Western provinces.

    Too bad!
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    I will be buying 3 salad dressings to get the free pie and cool whip, probably on Mon and then again on Thurs......my 14 yr old LOVES pumpkin pie!!!!!!

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    I think I'll be doing the salad dressing, pie deal as well. Seems like a great deal to me.

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    Time to grind some beans and make a cup of coffee! Then I will look at the safeway flyer and run away for the day!
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    I did post it under the matchups but here it is here too so you don't have to scroll
    Safeway West
    (Sorry it is late! Safeway likes to hold out on putting the eflyer up and i don't get mine through canada post until monday or tuesday when the sale is almost over. I am not sure what safeway is paying canada post for but i am pretty sure it isn't to get a flyer to people well after sales are over (many miss the 3 day sales completely and just do their shopping at walmart instead around here.))


    There is a coupon spend $100 get 100 airmiles (that is a 10.50 value)
    ^^please remember the 100 is after all coupons and discounts!


    Grade A turkey .99lb wub50 in store including the turkey. <<If you have the $5 SUTP you can spend $55 and pay 50


    3 day sale
    lucerne ice cream 2 for $5
    red seedless grapes 1.49lb
    Extra lean ground beef $2.99lb
    herbal essences hair care B1G1


    Regular sales
    Yams .49lb
    Coke or Pepsi soft drinks 12 pack 3 for $10
    Stove top B1G1 NPG <npg is no price given!
    Green giant veggies 2 for 4
    Lays chips 4 for $11
    Axe body wash 2.99
    pumpkin pie 2.99
    Christie crackers 2 for $4
    B3 participating kraft products and get a free pumpkin pie and cool whip topping
    Mr Clean magic erasers 2.99 buy 3 get 30 airmiles minus any P&G coupons < great buy
    Gillette or secret antiperspirant 2.99 P&G coupons?
    Clear hair care 3.99 - $2 coupons
    celery .79 each
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    Does anyone know which Weber vitamin products are included in the airmiles promo this week?
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    I can't find the webber deal anywhere but here... airmiles doesn't have it listed
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    The flyer indicates select varieties and sizes.
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    Best Western gc's are back up, (and where are all my air miles)

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    I might do this. I donate to a charity that wants vitamins and they include them in the hampers at Christmas time.

    I checked the Webber Vitamins. There's two vitamins (a Vitamin D and maybe a B6) that are between $4.40 per bottle and $5

    So buy 4 bottles x $4.40 = $17.60
    Collect 100 airmiles for 4 = $10.50

    Repeat 5x * 17.60 = $88 plus tax
    Purchase some other items for $12 to donate to get to $100 to get 100 airmiles bonus for spending $100

    Out of Pocket Expenses:

    Total Cost $108.80
    - ( Value of aiir miles earned 5*$10.50 = $52.50 + $10.50 (spend $100) = $62.50 )
    = $45.30

    Donate Vitamins to a Charity

    Tax credit is approximately 45% (once you donate the $250 minimum amount). Rate varies a bit by province.
    At 45% you would receive a ~$48.96 credit for taxes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giving-Small View Post
    I might do this. I donate to a charity that wants vitamins and they include them in the hampers at Christmas time.

    I checked the Webber Vitamins. There's two vitamins (a Vitamin D and maybe a B6) that are between $4.40 per bottle and $5

    So buy 4 bottles x $4.40 = $17.60
    Collect 100 airmiles for 4 = $10.50

    Repeat 5x * 17.60 = $88 plus tax
    Purchase some other items for $12 to donate to get to $100 to get 100 airmiles bonus for spending $100

    Out of Pocket Expenses:

    Total Cost $108.80
    - ( Value of aiir miles earned 5*$10.50 = $52.50 + $10.50 (spend $100) = $62.50 )
    = $45.30. Math is wrong. It should be $46.3.

    Donate Vitamins to a Charity

    Tax credit is approximately 45% (once you donate the $250 minimum amount). Rate varies a bit by province.
    At 45% you would receive a ~$48.96 credit for taxes.
    You don't get tax credit for the taxes you paid. So you only get tax credit on the cost of the goods($100*.45%=$45). So you don't get paid to shop because $108.8(total cost) - $62.5(AM value) - $45(tax credit value) = $1.3 loss.
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    That being said, if you can donate $100 worth of stuff, and only be out of pocket by $1.30, you're doing pretty good in my books.

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    You don't get tax credit for the taxes you paid. So you only get tax credit on the cost of the goods($100*.45%=$45). So you don't get paid to shop because $108.8(total cost) - $62.5(AM value) - $45(tax credit value) = $1.3 loss.
    My food bank gives me a tax deductible receipt for the total amount of the cash receipt.
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    If you work hard you can reduce your income up to 20% with donations. That can lower your income tax bracket... if it doesn't you make well over 100K a year and it still helps you...almost 50% of your donation value would come back as a income tax refund. That is pretty amazing... you get to help people and not pay for it and get a tax break too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekysaver View Post
    If you work hard you can reduce your income up to 20% with donations. That can lower your income tax bracket... if it doesn't you make well over 100K a year and it still helps you...almost 50% of your donation value would come back as a income tax refund. That is pretty amazing... you get to help people and not pay for it and get a tax break too.
    Donation is tax credit, not a deduction. Tax credit doesn't lower your income tax bracket. It lowers your tax payable. Only tax deduction can lower your income tax bracket like RRSP deduction.

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