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    at sobeys
    Olympic organic yogurt expires may2/19 5.49-50%-.75 cpn-1.25 checkout51=.74 cents
    gain liquid laundry soap and gain fabric softner 4.00-1.00 checkout51=3.00 plus 8 airmiles
    pkg of 4 pear soap dove on sale 4.00 -20% personal offer=3.20
    vourtman peanut butter wafer cookies on clearance for 1.25

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    Friday night saw organic Triscuit crackers at SDM with 3.00 managers stickers. They were ringing in at 5.29 so I walked out. The next day at our other SDM (when going to redeem) I noticed these crackers were now priced at 2.99. You bet I went back to the first store to get them free........all six boxes. The cashier kept telling me that they couldn't give them to me. (grumpy like) She says, "I've worked here for 3 years and have never seen this happen" In the end she asked me if there were anymore on the shelf. This won't always happen though as its hit and miss.
    Open an account with Tangerine (ING) using my ORANGE KEY...29564343S1. When you open an account and deposit 100.00 you and I will both receive $25.00. Wait that's not all.....I will also send you 15.00 worth of coupons from your wishlist as a way of saying thanks.

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    Not sure where to post this but I received this email a while ago from pc financial

    Hi Mark G,

    As a special thank you to our PC Financial Mastercard® customers, we are giving you a freePC Insiders membership for one year. Members get 200 PC Optimum points for every $1 spent on purchases ofPC® Organics, Joe FreshTM, and all brands of baby diapers and formula. Members also get free grocery pickup at PC ExpressTM. Sign up today to score extra points, skip fees, and much more!
    I will do the free year to see if i will ever use it
    Last edited by Thatdone; Mon, Apr 29th, 2019 at 02:54 PM.

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    hi. not sure where to post this, hoping to get some help, I posted earlier I bought the Ninja Supra 1200w kitchen system, and after looking on line at reviews, I now have mixed feelings. Does any one here has this blender/food processer and have used it for a while? Please share, I don't want to start using it and find out after a while it's not good. I have 14 days to return. I've saved and waited so long to get this and if its as bad as some people has posted, I would rather return and save more for a better more reliable one. Thank you all.
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    on the clearance rack at fortinos

    2 broccoli on a foam tray 1.49 (froze one and cut up the other )
    1 tray of red potatoes 1.99(good for the 2 of us as I don't always want a big 10 pound bag )

    with the rising cost of veggies I always look on the clearance rack .Oh and I asked the cashier why is celery so expensive 4.99-5.99 she said it is due to carbon tax .

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    @savabuck . I have a Vitamix, yes pricey but what a machine! Absolutely love it. Worth the cost.
    Quote Originally Posted by savabuck View Post
    hi. not sure where to post this, hoping to get some help, I posted earlier I bought the Ninja Supra 1200w kitchen system, and after looking on line at reviews, I now have mixed feelings. Does any one here has this blender/food processer and have used it for a while? Please share, I don't want to start using it and find out after a while it's not good. I have 14 days to return. I've saved and waited so long to get this and if its as bad as some people has posted, I would rather return and save more for a better more reliable one. Thank you all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coupon girl View Post
    on the clearance rack at fortinos

    2 broccoli on a foam tray 1.49 (froze one and cut up the other )
    1 tray of red potatoes 1.99(good for the 2 of us as I don't always want a big 10 pound bag )

    with the rising cost of veggies I always look on the clearance rack .Oh and I asked the cashier why is celery so expensive 4.99-5.99 she said it is due to carbon tax .
    I get the No Name frozen veggies (peppers, onions, celery) at No Frills for $2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lavender Lady View Post
    @savabuck. I have a Vitamix, yes pricey but what a machine! Absolutely love it. Worth the cost.
    I also have a vitamix, it is at least 30 years old, all stainless. Well worth the money

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    Took advantage of Loblaws' Iogo yogurt flyer offer
    Bought 9 boxes of yogurt tubes ($2.5) and 6 packs of yogurt drinks ($3.0)=$40.5
    After 20,000pt (flyer) + 7800(personal offer)
    Worked out to $0.85 each item...perfect for my family with two little kids
    Drop referral code: 9zwoy for 1000 free pts

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    I also took advantage of the points offers, in my case @ Zehrs:

    12 of the 6 x 236mL Tropicana original orange juice @ $2.99 each = $35.88
    5 of the 1.75L Tropicana original orange juice @ $2.99 each = $14.95
    10 of the 4-pack Iogo Protein yogurt @ $3.00 each = $30.00

    for a total of $80.83

    earned back 40,000 points (10,000 for every $20.00 spent) + 6,000 points (600 for every $3.00 spent) = 46,000 points

    works out to:
    $1.50 for each 6-pack or 1.75L Tropicana original orange juice
    $ .90 for each 4-pack of Iogo Protein yogurt
    Last edited by lotsasavings; Thu, May 2nd, 2019 at 10:36 PM.
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    I also bought pizza @ Zehrs, to go with all that orange juice and yogurt:

    7 x Delissio Stuffed Crust Pizza @ $5.99 each = $41.93

    earned 16,000 points (4,000 for every $10.00 spent)

    works out to $3.70 per pizza

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    And, also at Zehrs:

    16 x Palmolive dish detergent @ $2.50 each = $40.00

    used 8 x $1.50 WUB2 coupons = $12.00

    earned 20,000 points (10,000 for every $20.00 spent on Palmolive/Colgate/etc.)

    $40.00 - $12.00 (coupons) - $20.00 (points value) = $8.00 for 16 large bottles of Palmolive = 50 cents each (plus tax)

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    Quote Originally Posted by lotsasavings View Post
    And, also at Zehrs:

    16 x Palmolive dish detergent @ $2.50 each = $40.00

    used 8 x $1.50 WUB2 coupons = $12.00

    earned 20,000 points (10,000 for every $20.00 spent on Palmolive/Colgate/etc.)

    $40.00 - $12.00 (coupons) - $20.00 (points value) = $8.00 for 16 large bottles of Palmolive = 50 cents each (plus tax)
    I shall copy your shop plus it should be a little cheaper for me because I have a personal offer that should stack nicely. Thank you for pointing it out.

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    No Frill batteries 2.00 - 1.5 wyb 2 - 1.00 CO 51 = 50 cent batter packages

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    I picked up 4 packs of non split wings at RCSS today. PM T and T at 1.98 a pound

    RCSS on sale price would of been 54.86 so with the price match worked out to be 27.56 and then my digital offer of 200 for every dollar worked out the be 16.36
    Not sure why I was awarded 56 x 200 points instead of 54 x 200

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