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    @coupon girl those pears sound delicious....what a terrific price!

    I was at Sobeys buying our Xmas bird....bought 2 of them as I was on a mission to reach the $100.00 get 100 AM offer.
    Then at Metro I did my last STB offer ( this one makes 8 ) and earned some mega miles for very little spent!

    Spent $12.81 OOP earned 76 total AM!!
    Redeemed the 95 AM to earn 50 AM, then a digital offer of spend $20.00 get 10 AM, then 4 other digital offers
    1 tray cat food @.99 ( 3 AM ), Irresistible brand black beans @$1.29 ( 6 AM ), Unico tom. paste @.79 ( 3 AM ) and 1( yeah ONE, lol ) fresh carrot @.70 ( 3 AM)

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    At RCSS:

    34 x Tilda Rice @ $2.00 each = $68.00

    Digital/personal PC Optimum offer of 2,000 per package of Tilda Rice = 68,000 points = $68.00 value

    I earned back as much as I spent! These are great for the Food Bank!
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    At RCSS:

    Frozen Butterball Turkey (about 16 pounds) @ $32.87 - $13.93 (PM'd Sobeys' $1.44 lb.) = $18.94

    Personal/digital offer of 200 PCO points/$1.00 = 6,600 points = $6.60 value

    $18.94 - $6.60 = $12.34 or about 75 cents per pound!

    Love how the points offer of fresh poultry applies to frozen turkeys!

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    At No Frills

    24 x cans No Name Green Beans @ $ .77

    Digital/personal PCO offer of 600 points per can of No Name vegetables = $ .60 value

    Worked out to 17 cents per can!

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    And, at Metro, did my final (8th for insurance purposes) Shop the Block offer:

    4 x 1 lb. Lactancia Butter @ $2.99 each = $11.96

    Redeemed 95 Air Miles ($10 value)

    Earned back 50 Air Miles ($5.25 value)

    $10.00 - $5.25 = $4.75 points value difference

    Paid balance of $1.96 . . . factor in the $4.75 . . . and it means that 4 lbs. of Lactancia Butter works out to $6.71 or $1.68 per lb.

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    At RCSS. chicken drumsticks for .99LB. Spent $16.00 on chicken received back 3200 pts and redeemed for the chicken and other stuff so free

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    Did you get the points right away?
    I had to call customer service to get the points.

    Quote Originally Posted by lotsasavings View Post
    At RCSS:

    34 x Tilda Rice @ $2.00 each = $68.00

    Digital/personal PC Optimum offer of 2,000 per package of Tilda Rice = 68,000 points = $68.00 value

    I earned back as much as I spent! These are great for the Food Bank!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lotsasavings View Post
    24 x cans No Name Green Beans @ $ .77

    Digital/personal PCO offer of 600 points per can of No Name vegetables = $ .60 value

    Worked out to 17 cents per can!
    I've been taking advantage of this offer at Superstore for a couple months, now (I get the 600 pts/unit offer every other week). I find it crazy that they haven't adjusted the offer to 200pts/$1 yet...

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    Nearly free Dove products at Shoppers drug mart, after coupons, cash back app and points: Bought one foaming body wash and one body polish for $9.99 each. 3000pts in store bonus, 3600 digital points (600pts per $3), ~855pts for using PC Elite MC, $2 tear pad for polish, $2 hanging coupon for foam wash, $2 back on each with CO51, plus $6 bonus when you claim two offers
    Drop referral code: 9zwoy for 1000 free pts

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    I've bought canned tomatoes, mushrooms, creamed corn, plus all the regular veggies corn, beans, peas etc with no issues receiving points.

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    I needed dog food and had $4 Kibbles and Bits coupon in my purse. At Loblaws, I bought large bag that was signed at $9.99 (over 6 kg), but it scanned for $15.00 so I got it for free...decided to still use coupon so added another bag at 9.99 - $4.00 so total was $6.00 then I noticed on my bill I got 4000 points. So...basically $2.00 for two huge dog food bags. Merry Christmas doggies.
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    ya never know what you'll find on a reduced produce rack these days.
    Sometimes it is shameful the rotted offerings that are bagged up....bletch! PASS!
    However, at Coppa's market yesterday I spent just $4.00 and brought home 4 trays. One tray held 2 gigantic Spanish onions on it, ( small cantaloupe sized ) the other 3 trays had 2 monstrous sized Portabella mushroom caps in each!
    I already sliced through one of the caps to make 2 large flat circles and sauteed them up with my dinner last night and also chopped both onions up and tossed all of it into the pressure cooker with steaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shahmahmood View Post
    Did you get the points right away?
    I had to call customer service to get the points.
    Yes, I did a points inquiry for these and received the 68,000 points within 24 hours. I'm always careful with these big points offers to ensure that I pay for them rather than redeem points for them. That way, I'm guaranteed to get the points since I did everything the offer states. (I don't want to redeem and then be told I didn't "purchase" them so I can't earn the points.)
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    There is a four dollar offer on checkout 51 ..for kibbles and bites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blythwood View Post
    I needed dog food and had $4 Kibbles and Bits coupon in my purse. At Loblaws, I bought large bag that was signed at $9.99 (over 6 kg), but it scanned for $15.00 so I got it for free...decided to still use coupon so added another bag at 9.99 - $4.00 so total was $6.00 then I noticed on my bill I got 4000 points. So...basically $2.00 for two huge dog food bags. Merry Christmas doggies.
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    Thanks. I do the same thing.
    First I pay with credit/debit/cash and then submit for the points inquiry.
    Otherwise, they would say that I am required to spend money not the points in order to avail the points offer.

    Quote Originally Posted by lotsasavings View Post
    Yes, I did a points inquiry for these and received the 68,000 points within 24 hours. I'm always careful with these big points offers to ensure that I pay for them rather than redeem points for them. That way, I'm guaranteed to get the points since I did everything the offer states. (I don't want to redeem and then be told I didn't "purchase" them so I can't earn the points.)
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