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    RCSS .99 for 10lb bag of carrots. $1.29 for 10LB bag of onions. Shared the onions with a few people since we won't use them all in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frugalmom View Post
    Walked into Zehrs this morning for some groceries after just returning last night from our son's destination wedding in Mexico. Picked up a box of Mr. Christie Arrowroots. I run a home daycare and our 11 year old foster child loves them! Upon looking at my receipt the instore offer of 2000 points became 4000. Regular price is 4.29. I was willing to pay 2.29 and they ended up at 29 cents!! I bought another 9 boxes. Go Go Go!!!!!
    Thank you @frugalmom ! I thought the points may have been corrected by now so I bought one this morning and the 2 x 2,000 points still came up so I went back and got 8 more boxes! I really appreciate how SC members share their deals so that others can benefit from them, too!

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    Today at RCSS . I had a PCO offer for 1000 PCO Points for Hunts Heirloom tomatoes. Limit 2
    I PM with Sobeys for $1.25 used the $1.00 coupons for wub2 Hunts/Alymer product so after Points I made $0.50 ( got 2 )

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    No Frills reduced Lou's pea meal bacon to $1 lb cause expires December 14th bought 6 packages. Usual sale prices ranges from $1.88 to $2 so it was worth stocking up - slice & freeze. Anyone have good holiday appetizer recipes for pea meal bacon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krrosell View Post
    I found my save $4 on any chapmans icecream this weekend! I ordered it last january and lost it somewhere, moved and found it! I went to Fortinos and got a some icecream and popsicles for my kiddos- $2.99 each -4 is $2.36 after tax glad i found it before it expired.
    did u use the coupon on popsickles? I was told no...had to be ice cream. friggin metro.

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    I went to winners looking for sweater for hubby....ended up buying MYSELF some essential oils & eye syrum.

    cant believe how hard it is to find a turtleneck sweater. one without a front zipper or buttons, guess I could get a few cheapies from Walmart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lotsasavings View Post
    Thank you @frugalmom ! I thought the points may have been corrected by now so I bought one this morning and the 2 x 2,000 points still came up so I went back and got 8 more boxes! I really appreciate how SC members share their deals so that others can benefit from them, too!
    I got about a dozen boxes as well yesterday. Will try again today. Fingers crossed! lol

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    I bought 2 beautiful pork roasts (free from PC brand) for $2 LB on the weekend and received 200 PC Pts per $1. Love it when I can get points on a good deal!

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    We rented a car in the US through Costco travel. The price was dropped by $40 so we rebooked. Today, the price for the rental was dropped another $81 so we cancelled the old booking and got a cheaper price.
    Costco membership is $60. Just made my member ship pay for itself

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    went to Walmart and price matched a few deals -had to do a return , I got
    astro 12 yogurt p.m to freshco 2.99-1.50 cpn=1.49
    robin hood flour 2.5 p.m food basics 3.88-40 no expiry cpn =3.48
    Palmolive dish soap 1.98-1.00 cpn=.98
    starbucks coffee 8.97-3.00 cpn=5.98
    laughing cow cheese p.m metro 2.97-1.00 cpn=1.97

    stuck to my list so that is a brag in itelf
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    yes, it does say any chapmans products... got a thing of vanilla ice cream and a thing of popsicles
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    Great deals - check out CO 51, you may qualify for a flour rebate

    Quote Originally Posted by coupon girl View Post
    went to Walmart and price matched a few deals -had to do a return , I got
    astro 12 yogurt p.m to freshco 2.99-1.50 cpn=1.49
    robin hood flour 2.5 p.m food basics 3.88-40 no expiry cpn =3.48
    Palmolive dish soap 1.98-1.00 cpn=.98
    starbucks coffee 8.97-3.00 cpn=5.98
    laughing cow cheese p.m metro 2.97-1.00 cpn=1.97

    stuck to my list so that is a brag in itelf
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    nope no flour rebate on checkout51 for me -everybody gets different offers sometimes

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    My local Atlantic Superstore is really great, I always let them know when I am placing a large order for the food bank, this was my 2nd large can order in two weeks, last time the manager came out and helped me load everything into my car (my last food bank can order had 200 cans).

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    Quote Originally Posted by gyhcr View Post
    Superstore click and collect, 125 cans of no name vegetables × $.80 = $100-$20 promo code, plus earned 600 pco pts per can (personal offer) (75,000 pts), click and collect fee waved (for PCINSIDERS), PAID WITH 80,000 PTS, earned back 75,000, 125 cans for 5,000 pts ($5)!! Gave my mom 10 cans, rest are going to the food bank.
    What a great deal! I can't wait till that one comes up for me again. I really didn't take full advantage of it last time the way I should have.

    I wasn't sure what they would consider as "no name vegetables".

    Could anyone tell me specifically which veggies they've purchased on this deal without hassle or having to do a points inquiry?

    Last time I got peas and wax beans of course, and corn and mushrooms, but was wondering about things like olives, creamed corn, etc. And what about no name canned tomatoes?

    I'm feeding a big crew on a tiny budget, and it would be amazing if I could use that deal to lay in a good stock of veggies to keep us till gardening season.


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