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    Nevermind, I see it.
    Last edited by couponmummy; Fri, Aug 23rd, 2019 at 07:50 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by couponmummy View Post
    Hi @flemeth,
    I looked at the flyer posted by couponlady and I can't find it.
    Thanks for your help.
    @couponmommy I just take a look at the flyer and itís in the fine print right where the tide and Presil is advertised it says Downy or Gain beads 162g there is no pic for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by flemeth View Post
    @couponmommy I just take a look at the flyer and itís in the fine print right where the tide and Presil is advertised it says Downy or Gain beads 162g there is no pic for it
    Thanks, I see it now, LOL.
    Was looking and looking for it's own pic. Was not reading the fine print. I'm so blind, LOL.

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    Five packages of M&Ms (200 grams)

    $1.50 each x 5 - 10% employee discount = $6.75

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    Thanks very much to @2shopmom for posting about the Reese/Hershey/Oh Henry Mix at RCSS! I picked up 35 bags today and, by combining the sale price, a Click N Collect points offer and the CO51 rebate, it was an AMAZING deal! These are the larger 160g - 170g sizes.

    5 x 7 different varieties = 35 bags @ $1.50 each = $52.50 (plus tax)

    Click N Collect bonus offer for the month of August = 10,000 points = $10.00 value

    5 x 7 different varieties = 35 x $1.00 CO51 = $35.00
    bonus CO51 for purchasing 4 different varieties = $1.00

    $52.50 (paid) - $10.00 (points value) - $36.00 (CO51 rebates) = $6.50 = 19 cents per bag (plus tax)!

    A sweet, sweet deal!

    CO51 lists 7 different varieties and you can get a $1.00 rebate on 5 of each variety. The offer is only good if you purchase them at RCSS which worked out ideally with the sale price at RCSS! (These bags usually sell for about $3.99 each.)

    The Click N Collect offer is good for those who haven't used that option yet and gives you 10,000 bonus PCO points for every Click N Collect purchase worth $30.00 or more for the month of August.

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    At Zehrs:

    7 x Iogo Fruit Yogurt 500g @ $3.49 each = $24.43

    In-store points offer of 6,000 for every $12.00 spent on Iogo yogurt = 12,000 points = $12.00 value

    Digital points of 600 for every $3.00 spent = 4,800 = $4.80 value

    7 x $ .75 coupons (tear pad) = $5.25

    $24.43 (cost) - $12.00 (in-store points value) - $4.80 (digital points value) - $5.25 (coupons) = $2.38 total or 34 cents each!
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    my local costco has 2pk girl's tights on sale, reg. $9.99 minus $4 in store offer. I just bought 1 pair for my DD from walmart for $4 size 3T, the ones from costco are sizes S (4/5) to XL (i think 13/14). I believe the ones from costco are better material and cheaper.

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    Uhhhhhhhhhhh. After a horrible checkout after work today, I got my tax free deals! Not as good as I had planned, mainly thanks to the rudeness of the cashiers at my store + in part my mistake. And there is NO WAY IN HECK I AM GOING BACK TO CORRECT THEIR/MY MISTAKES! 4 coupons missed, 3 their fault, 1 my fault, totaling $3.75 more paid on my order.

    RCSS:
    Dove Soap Singles (60; not the 30 that a supervisor counted ): $107.40 - $47.40(10/$10) - $60.00(30 @ $3/2 Red.) = $0.00
    Dove 2pk Soap: $3.28 - PM(NF; $1.40 OFF) - $1.50(Coupon) - $1.50(CO51) = -$1.12
    Dove Mens Body Wash (3): $16.44 - PM(SDM; $7.47 OFF) - $6.00(3 @ $2) = $2.97/3
    Dove Womens Body Wash: $5.48 - PM(SDM; $2.49) - $1.50(CO51) - $1.00(CO51 Bonus) = $0.49 (Forgot my $1.50 here)
    Barilla Pasta (23): $23.00(SALE) - $15.00(20 @ $0.75; Supervisor AGAIN miscounted, only took of 20 instead of 23) = $8.00/23

    PLUS 14,400Pts for all the Dove

    Final in-store was $14.34, after the cashback and points, it comes to -$4.06, would've been less if it weren't for those mistakes on the supervisors/my part. Apparently I can't count out 60 bars of soap, after double counting as I always do. She counts 30, says I'm wrong, we recount and whatdayaknow! It comes out to 60 bars like I COUNTED!!!! And the Barilla coupon miscount too, all I can say is I've made another hater on the day crew (Wendy). Anne (the one who cashed me out) already hated me, and when she looked up to see my order after helping the person in front of me, the first words out of her mouth were "Oh my god".

    All I can say is I might talk directly to Mario (Manager) or Greg (Assistant Manager) about the rude behaviour of their front end staff. I know couponing like we do is a pain for any cashier, but that's no reason to take everything out on the customer. ESPECIALLY when EVERYTHING is going to Community Care, I may add that too If I talk with either Mario or Greg.

    On some better news, I will be getting cross-training and learning the register system (although I already know most of it). Mainly so I can cash out the night crew if they want to buy anything, but maybe I can take on day shifts from time to time if they need the help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnb56789 View Post
    Uhhhhhhhhhhh. After a horrible checkout after work today, I got my tax free deals! Not as good as I had planned, mainly thanks to the rudeness of the cashiers at my store + in part my mistake. And there is NO WAY IN HECK I AM GOING BACK TO CORRECT THEIR/MY MISTAKES! 4 coupons missed, 3 their fault, 1 my fault, totaling $3.75 more paid on my order.

    RCSS:
    Dove Soap Singles (60; not the 30 that a supervisor counted ): $107.40 - $47.40(10/$10) - $60.00(30 @ $3/2 Red.) = $0.00
    Dove 2pk Soap: $3.28 - PM(NF; $1.40 OFF) - $1.50(Coupon) - $1.50(CO51) = -$1.12
    Dove Mens Body Wash (3): $16.44 - PM(SDM; $7.47 OFF) - $6.00(3 @ $2) = $2.97/3
    Dove Womens Body Wash: $5.48 - PM(SDM; $2.49) - $1.50(CO51) - $1.00(CO51 Bonus) = $0.49 (Forgot my $1.50 here)
    Barilla Pasta (23): $23.00(SALE) - $15.00(20 @ $0.75; Supervisor AGAIN miscounted, only took of 20 instead of 23) = $8.00/23

    PLUS 14,400Pts for all the Dove

    Final in-store was $14.34, after the cashback and points, it comes to -$4.06, would've been less if it weren't for those mistakes on the supervisors/my part. Apparently I can't count out 60 bars of soap, after double counting as I always do. She counts 30, says I'm wrong, we recount and whatdayaknow! It comes out to 60 bars like I COUNTED!!!! And the Barilla coupon miscount too, all I can say is I've made another hater on the day crew (Wendy). Anne (the one who cashed me out) already hated me, and when she looked up to see my order after helping the person in front of me, the first words out of her mouth were "Oh my god".

    All I can say is I might talk directly to Mario (Manager) or Greg (Assistant Manager) about the rude behaviour of their front end staff. I know couponing like we do is a pain for any cashier, but that's no reason to take everything out on the customer. ESPECIALLY when EVERYTHING is going to Community Care, I may add that too If I talk with either Mario or Greg.

    On some better news, I will be getting cross-training and learning the register system (although I already know most of it). Mainly so I can cash out the night crew if they want to buy anything, but maybe I can take on day shifts from time to time if they need the help!
    That's not good! The past week I have had issues with cashiers too. Last week was at SDM grabbed 2 Secret deodorants that were on clearance for $2.11. Bought a few other things and had 2-$1 coupons. First, the cashier told me I couldn't use the coupons on them bc it was already a low price. Think she is newer at this store and I was already a bit hot & bothered so I bit my tongue. Then she proceeded to say it was one per purchase so she could use one coupon only. I tried explaining one per purchase means 1 per item bought, compared to one per customer. Got the usual arguement could only buy one. So I asked her to take the other deoderant off my bill and left it there lol.

    Yesterday was at No Frills went to one of my favorite cashiers. Had 10 Palmolive in my cart with 10 $1.50 wub 2 coupons. The cashier told me that she wasn't sure if she would be able to enter the coupons in, may need to ring them in separately. Again was explaining the one per purchase aspect. That head office has been down everyone's throats lately. Asked if I minded if she called the msgr to confirm. Msgr approved but the cashier sd she didn't want to get in trouble and needed to cover her butt(which I understand). That she was told she had to confirm these types of transactions with the msgr.

    Then somehow we got on the topic of fraud of Optimum points and she told me head office had told them in all instances points were stolen from people who used their smartphones in the store (or loaded their offers)especially in the app who were signed in and not logged out. Find this strange but ok..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetmomma View Post
    Then somehow we got on the topic of fraud of Optimum points and she told me head office had told them in all instances points were stolen from people who used their smartphones in the store (or loaded their offers)especially in the app who were signed in and not logged out. Find this strange but ok..
    I've seen multiple TV shows where a phone has been cloned by someone who's just in close proximity. IDK nearly enough about phone tech to say whether this is actually possible, but I also can't rule it out.

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    Superstore no tax day doesn't include laundry products...urgh!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurabelle81 View Post
    Superstore no tax day doesn't include laundry products...urgh!
    Didnít know that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arjon View Post
    I've seen multiple TV shows where a phone has been cloned by someone who's just in close proximity. IDK nearly enough about phone tech to say whether this is actually possible, but I also can't rule it out.
    Wow! Interesting.

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    My No Frills is one coupon per whole order and not on anything that is discounted. Grrrr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurabelle81 View Post
    Superstore no tax day doesn't include laundry products...urgh!
    The flyer lists specific no-tax categories and laundry doesn't seem to fit any of them. So I assume it's still taxable along with snack food, etc.

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