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    Almost Free chicken drumstick at RCSS after PM and points. This morning
    PM with T&T for $0.99 Lb. I had the Poultry offer so took advantage of this deal. Got 4 of the large family trays. The chicken was $14.53 after discount. I received 12400 in Points so it cost me $2.13 for the 4 trays. No freezer space so it went straight to the Food Bank.

    Will redo this deal on my DH card tomorrow and donate the chicken again. Canít pass up this awesome deal

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    @flemeth I love how much you donate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shwa Girl View Post
    flyer advertised buy 2 Villagio hot dog buns or burger buns, get 1800 Optimum points ($1.80)
    2 x $3 packs of buns=$6
    50% off pink sticker price = $3.00
    earned $1.80 in points, so $0.60 per pack (better than the dollar store)
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    Quote Originally Posted by wendymac View Post
    @flemeth I love how much you donate.
    Thank you @wendymac My younger DD did her volunteer hours for high school at the Food Bank and she got me involved.
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    At Metro, several tubs of Natrel Lactose Free ice cream for $1.74 each. Regular was $4.49, but was marked down by 50% off and used $.50 tearpad coupons. These purchases contributed towards my $25 purchase to earn 25 Air Miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkonby View Post
    A small brag but a brag nonetheless and SCOP to boot!
    Was at Metro this morning as I needed my 35% whipping cream for my Espresso, nothing else compares and the higher fat content creams have NO carbs! woo hoo.
    So the sign listed the 473 ml cartons $3.49 ea. I bought 3 ( begrudgingly )
    Once back home was when I noticed they ran through at $4.69 ea. Bummer

    Went right back, close enough to justify the gas. The sign was checked by CS, she pointed out though the sale had ended May 30th. I never even thought to check expiry date of sign when I was buying.
    No matter, they honoured 1 of them at a full refund with SCOP and charged me $3.49 a piece for the other 2.
    Bottom line is I got 3 of these for just under $7.00 ( paying just $2.33 each ) for the creamiest coffee companion.
    Just an update here:
    Today at Metro ( the same location ) had the same 473 ml. 35% whipping cream on for $1.99 each!
    Woo hoo for me......yep, I grabbed 4 more .






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    At RCSS the were clearing out lots of Laundry detergents. Tide, PC and Gain Brands at various prices.
    I got myself 6 bottles of the Tide Simply for $0.94 each

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    In-store clearout at Loblaws yesterday evening, approx. 18 pounds of boneless skinless chicken breasts that had first been marked down to $4.39 a kilo, then stickered for quick sale at another 50% off, so $1 a pound. It would have been the cherry on top if I hadn't already used both my fresh poultry offers, not that I'm complaining.

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    I shopped with the "p's" in mind today: points and price-matching.

    At RCSS:

    11 x Dare Bear Paws @ $1.88 each (PM'd Food Basics) = $20.68

    in-store points (4,000 for every $10.00) = 8,000 = $8.00 value
    digital points (200 for every $1.00) = 4,000 = $4.00 value

    $20.68 (paid) - $8.00 (in-store points value) - $4.00 (digital points value) = $8.68 total (or 79 cents per box)
    Last edited by lotsasavings; Thu, Jun 6th, 2019 at 08:05 PM.

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    Again, at RCSS:

    4 x Kraft Singles 410g @ $2.50 each (PM'd Zehrs) = $10.00
    plus
    5 x Kraft Salad Dressing 475mL @ $2.00 each (PM'd Walmart) = $10.00
    for a total of $20.00

    in-store points (10,000 for every $20.00) = 10,000 = $10.00 value

    $20.00 (paid) - $10.00 (in-store points value) = $10.00 total (works out to $1.25 per Kraft Singles and $1.00 per Kraft Dressing)
    Last edited by lotsasavings; Thu, Jun 6th, 2019 at 08:22 PM.

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    RCSS, again, where the 29g Tic Tacs mints (variety of flavours) and 29g Tic Tacs gum (variety of flavours) are all on sale for $1.00 (regular $1.78):

    16 x Tic Tacs 29g @ $1.00 each = $16.00 (plus tax)

    in-store points (3,000 for every $8.00) = 6,000 = $6.00 value
    digital points (200 for every $1.00) = 3,000 = $3.20 value

    $16.00 (paid) - $6.00 (in-store points value) - $3.20 (digital points value) = $6.80 total (or 43 cents per package of Tic Tacs)
    Last edited by lotsasavings; Thu, Jun 6th, 2019 at 08:24 PM.

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    And one last RCSS post:

    4 x Old El Paso Stand 'n Stuff Taco Dinner Kits @ $2.88 each (PM'd Food Basics) = $11.52
    in-store points (3,000 for every $10.00) = 3,000 = $3.00 value
    $11.52 (paid) - $3.00 (in-store points value) = $8.52 total (or $2.13 per dinner kit)

    And a couple of just plain old good deals:

    Gold Fish Crackers on sale @ $1.68 with an in-store points offer of 500, works out to $1.18 per package - I stocked up on the 6 individual bags per package for summer outings

    Tim Horton's Coffee 300g bag on sale @ $5.98 - there is currently a tear-pad coupon that gives you a FREE Tim Horton's 340mL bottle of Iced Coffee or Iced Capp when you purchase any T. H. at home product (these are normally $2.98 each) - I'm stocked up on ground coffee and bottled iced coffees for a summer treat!

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    Was at RCSS tonight and the are clearing out there Aero and Caramilk for $0.24 there was a shopping cart full . Only took 10 bars

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    Quote Originally Posted by flemeth View Post
    Was at RCSS tonight and the are clearing out there Aero and Caramilk for $0.24 there was a shopping cart full . Only took 10 bars
    Make sure you redeem your receipt on checkout 51! They still have the aero offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkos_29 View Post
    Make sure you redeem your receipt on checkout 51! They still have the aero offer.
    Thank you I bought the Caramilk not the Aero
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