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    Quote Originally Posted by coupon girl View Post
    at the bay

    ladies underwear 4.98 on clearance
    non binding socks 8.00 on for 5.60
    saved 15% as I am a senior =10.16-10.00 in points =I paid .15 cents
    I thought they stopped Seniors Day.

    So is it the first Tuesday of every month for 15%?

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkonby View Post
    Today at Sobeys in Ajax ( South ) they had a sale on whole chickens!! Grabbed 5 whole birds, each of them came to just under and just over $4.00! A whole bird, amazing. ( and they were plump! ) The BB date was Dec 14th. Already cooked one up in the Air Fryer, skin all crispy, insides fall apart tender.
    The freezer(s) here are just too filled to have grabbed any more of them....lol
    Remember when we had the ice storm in 2013? I had bought 2 chickens for my mom, around $3 each. Then our power went out and I remember her being so worried about those plump, cheap chickens going to waste! Fortunately I was able to put them in someone else's freezer and they were saved!

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    Yes 1st Tuesday for seniors at the Bay
    Last edited by immac2947; Fri, Dec 13th, 2019 at 12:53 PM.

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    I am a bit " giddy ".......overjoyed and thrilled too.
    Online I had been searching for a Chia pet thing. I wanted the Bob Ross one but the prices were ridiculous, many of the sellers not offering Free shipping on orders over $35.00

    Also I was a little Johnny come lately getting some more Amaryllis kits ( bulb with soil/pot ) started, we only had the 3 from last year, and DH wanted a few more. I did search when i was out and about on different days to no avail.

    The boxed kits were sold out everywhere I had looked ( CT, Lowes, WM, ) OR they only had a few of the Paper White ones, and priced at nearly $10.00.

    So, this morning I made my way to a small Home Hardware out Ajax way, and snagged FOUR Amaryllis kits at just $5.00 apiece. Each one a different variety of flower AND lo and behold they had ONE lonely Chia Pet kit for just $20.00....it's no Bob Ross but just as funny and pretty large. It's the guy from Duck Dynasty, so it's the beard that grows the grassy hair!

    Simple gag gifts...I love 'em!


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    I received my fpcs from Save for the Nescafe coffee pods yesterday and redemed them today as well as submitting to CO51 for the dollar back each and they were already approved

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    i redeemed my nescafe pods 9.99=free coupon
    compliments fabric softner at sobeys 4.00-25%=3.00
    large mini wheats on sale 4.99-1.00 cpn=3.99 plus 8 airmiles -personal offer saved 22.49 in coupons today
    keifer yogurt 3.00 free cpn=free

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    Schneiders bacon at Fortinos was 6.99 a package with 2000 PCO on each pack and the buy 2 get 1 free coupons was beside the display. I also had the PCO personal offer for bacon. Bought 6 packages spent 28. And earned 16000. It was the thick cut 500 gram packages.
    Friends don't let real friends pay full price.

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    Like the bacon, Fortinos also has 700g Schneiders Ham on sale for $6.99 with 2,000 PCO points for each.

    I bought 9, using 3 x B2G1 FREE coupons and earning 9 x 2,000 points. It worked out to $2.66 for each 700g ham. (These regularly sell for $12.99 each.)

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    Fortinos also has their large 1 kg Farmer's Market fruit pies on sale for $5.99 with a bonus 1,000 PCO points each.

    I had a digital points offer of 800 points for every $4.00 spent on Farmer's Market sweet pies.

    Since you can choose from pre-baked or unbaked pies, I stocked up on the unbaked cherry pies and apple pies. These are great since you can keep them in the freezer and bake them whenever you need them.

    After factoring in the points values, my pies worked out to $3.79 each . . . an amazing deal, especially with the holidays coming up!

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    At RCSS:

    Franco American canned gravy is $ .68 with an in-store bonus 250 PCO points.

    I had a digital offer of 200 points for every $1.00 spent on Franco American canned gravy.

    I stocked up for both family use and donations.

    For each can, it works out to $ .68 - $ .25 (in-store points value) - $ .13 (digital points value on $ .68) = $ .30 per can

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    Quote Originally Posted by lotsasavings View Post
    Zehrs/Loblaws has a 2-day points offer on family-size Kellogg's cereal: 5,000 points ($5 value) for every $10 spent. I bought:

    21 x boxes of Raisin Bran @ $4.99 each = $104.79

    earned 50,000 in-store points (10 x 5,000) = $50.00 value

    earned 21,000 digital points = $21.00 value

    used 21 x $1.00 coupons = $21.00 (these were right in front of the cereal)

    submitted photo of receipt for the $5.00 Kellogg's pre-paid credit card promo

    $104.79 - $50.00 (in-store points value) - $21.00 (digital points value) - $21.00 (coupons) - $5.00 (Kellogg's promo) = $7.79

    $7.79 for 21 x family-size boxes of Raisin Bran = 37 cents per box!

    These will all be going to the local food bank.
    Thanks to those who shared, after I posted this brag a while back, that you could get 5 x $5.00 Kellogg's pre-paid Visa cards from one receipt!

    I did receive all 5 Visa cards but they are a bit of a nuisance to use. Since each card is pre-loaded with $5.00, any time you want to use one, you have to ensure that you are at or below $5.00 when you swipe the card. If your total purchase is over $5.00 and you swipe the card, it will be declined since you've gone over the limit loaded onto the card. You can pay the amount over $5.00 first by cash and then swipe your card for the remaining $5.00 owing.

    That was too much of a hassle so, today, I went to Walmart and purchased 5 x $5.00 Walmart gift cards in 5 separate transactions. Now I can spend the gift cards at Walmart in any way I want, individually or in combination, for a total of $25.00. Plus there is no expiry date on gift cards. So much better than trying to figure out the best way to spend the Kellogg's $5.00 pre-paid Visa cards!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lotsasavings View Post
    At RCSS:

    Franco American canned gravy is $ .68 with an in-store bonus 250 PCO points.

    I had a digital offer of 200 points for every $1.00 spent on Franco American canned gravy.

    I stocked up for both family use and donations.

    For each can, it works out to $ .68 - $ .25 (in-store points value) - $ .13 (digital points value on $ .68) = $ .30 per can
    I had the same digital offer, unfortunately my store had a limit of 4 combined, over limit price was ridiculous, can't recall exactly but it was over $1.50. Only a few poutines in my future

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    at mission thrift store, 2 pairs of jeans at $3- each. Not that i need MORE jeans....lol

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    Just pay taxes on the After coupons and CH51 RCSS has the Oxi clean 680g powder for $3.00-$2.00 (coupon) =$1.00-$1.00(CH51 rebate limit up to3)=0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Pink View Post
    OOOPS I was so distracted I didn't see your win also.. CONGRATS!!!!!!!
    Congrats to you both! What a great lottery win!

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