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    Quote Originally Posted by ClipClap View Post
    With the Freshco Flyer, I price matched .97¢ Carnation Evaporated Milk and then used .50¢ WUB2 coupon !
    One of the hardest coupon to find . @ClipClap

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anna Michele View Post
    Check your clearance section I cleared mine out 1.97 each one has an in store bonus of 1500 points each plus use a personal offer of 20x. There was no indication of the points I didn't realize until after I purchased a couple bottles then went back to the spend

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    thank you so much for posting. my store had them on for 1.00 each for the smaller bottles and 2.00 for the larger 1s. each came with 1500 pts plus i had 600 for every 3$ spent on garnier plus 20$ when u spend 60$. ended up with 2 free boxes of coffee and 4$ over what i spent back in points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClipClap View Post
    With the Freshco Flyer, I price matched .97¢ Carnation Evaporated Milk and then used .50¢ WUB2 coupon !
    Thank you for sharing, where did you find the carnation coupon, haven't seen them in years, remembered years back use to be able to get the milk for free with coupon.

    Also can anyone share where they found the 1.50 cashmere coupon can really use some the way we use toilet paper.
    TIA
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    Quote Originally Posted by savabuck View Post
    Thank you for sharing, where did you find the carnation coupon, haven't seen them in years, remembered years back use to be able to get the milk for free with coupon.

    Also can anyone share where they found the 1.50 cashmere coupon can really use some the way we use toilet paper.
    TIA
    Cashmere coupons were at Loblaws a few days ago

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    [QUOTE=savabuck;7030229]Thank you for sharing, where did you find the carnation coupon, haven't seen them in years, remembered years back use to be able to get the milk for free with coupon.

    I found the cashmere at RCSS and people are posting that the carnation coupon can be found at RCSS, Metro and FoodBasic I am yet to find one

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    Quote Originally Posted by ottawa View Post
    thank you so much for posting. my store had them on for 1.00 each for the smaller bottles and 2.00 for the larger 1s. each came with 1500 pts plus i had 600 for every 3$ spent on garnier plus 20$ when u spend 60$. ended up with 2 free boxes of coffee and 4$ over what i spent back in points.

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    Kingston and Midland had them for $2 and Kingston and McCowan $2.49 so I didnt bother. This is in Scarborough.

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    Almost free chicken after points and PM
    PM at RCSS with T&T 4 family tray of chicken drumstick for $0.88 Lb. was hoping to also PM chicken breast but none in stock
    It came up to $12.10 -$11.20 (PCO points for 200/$1.00 on chicken)=$0.90 for the chicken . Points was calculated on the original price of the chicken.

    My DH card also have this offer so will do this deal either Monday or Tuesday and take those to the local Food Bank in my area

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    Quote Originally Posted by flemeth View Post
    Almost free chicken after points and PM
    PM at RCSS with T&T 4 family tray of chicken drumstick for $0.88 Lb. was hoping to also PM chicken breast but none in stock
    It came up to $12.10 -$11.20 (PCO points for 200/$1.00 on chicken)=$0.90 for the chicken . Points was calculated on the original price of the chicken.

    My DH card also have this offer so will do this deal either Monday or Tuesday and take those to the local Food Bank in my area
    @flemeth
    Can you break down your receipt?
    What was the original RCSS price? What was the price match price (sticker)?
    How many points did you get for 200/$1?
    What was your final price?

    I'm still trying to understand how this works. I really want to try this.
    Thanks

    BTW, great shop.
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    Maxi
    2 x Cap'n Crunch, $2.48, used 2 x $1 coupons, claimed 2 x $1.25, 1 x $2.50 = $5
    Profit $2.04
    2 x Life cereal, $2.48, claimed 2 x $1.25, 1 x $2.50 = $5
    Profit .04
    2 x Quaker Instant, $1.74, price match Super C, used 2 x $1 coupons
    0.74 each, waiting for Caddle offer to appear

    Pharmaprix
    4 x International Delight, 2/$3, used 4 x $1 coupons
    OOP $2
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    Quote Originally Posted by couponmummy View Post
    @flemeth
    Can you break down your receipt?
    What was the original RCSS price? What was the price match price (sticker)?
    How many points did you get for 200/$1?
    What was your final price?

    I'm still trying to understand how this works. I really want to try this.
    Thanks

    BTW, great shop.
    @couponmummy I am not sure if I remember correct but RCSS price for the chicken was over $8.00 KG
    The total for the 4 Family tray of chicken according to my receipt is $54.95. The PM discount total for the 4 trays is $42.85 I received 11200 in points =$11.20
    $54.95-42.85=$12.10 -$11.20=$0.90

    So after I factoring in The points my OP is $0.90 . Hope this helps

    If you have any other questions just ask me
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    Quote Originally Posted by flemeth View Post
    @couponmummy I am not sure if I remember correct but RCSS price for the chicken was over $8.00 KG
    The total for the 4 Family tray of chicken according to my receipt is $54.95. The PM discount total for the 4 trays is $42.85 I received 11200 in points =$11.20
    $54.95-42.85=$12.10 -$11.20=$0.90

    So after I factoring in The points my OP is $0.90 . Hope this helps

    If you have any other questions just ask me
    @flemeth
    I understand how price matching works for regular items.
    Let's say Maxi sells a bag of Lays for $3 and Super C sells for $2. I can price match at Maxi and get it for $2, same price as Super C. Or I can buy it at Super C for $2.

    For your chicken,
    RCSS sells for $54.95, T&T sells for $42.85, if I price match at RCSS, shouldn't I pay $42.85? Or I can go to T&T and buy it for $42.85
    My point is, when you price match, you should pay the same price as the competitor's.

    I am so amazed that this is possible and can't wait to try it.

    Thanks @flemeth for being so informative. You rock!

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    Quote Originally Posted by couponmummy View Post
    @flemeth
    I understand how price matching works for regular items.
    Let's say Maxi sells a bag of Lays for $3 and Super C sells for $2. I can price match at Maxi and get it for $2, same price as Super C. Or I can buy it at Super C for $2.

    For your chicken,
    RCSS sells for $54.95, T&T sells for $42.85, if I price match at RCSS, shouldn't I pay $42.85? Or I can go to T&T and buy it for $42.85
    My point is, when you price match, you should pay the same price as the competitor's.

    I am so amazed that this is possible and can't wait to try it.

    Thanks @flemeth for being so informative. You rock!
    The chicken I bought would actually cost $12.10 at T&T because there chicken was $0.88Lb. But buying at RCSS versus T&T . The PCO points is calculated on RCSS price and the discount is like a coupon . @couponmummy . Hoping some else can explain this better than I do
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    Quote Originally Posted by savabuck View Post
    Thank you for sharing, where did you find the carnation coupon, haven't seen them in years, remembered years back use to be able to get the milk for free with coupon.
    TIA
    At RCSS

    Quote Originally Posted by flemeth View Post
    One of the hardest coupon to find . @ClipClap
    Maybe they will re-fill the tear-pad holder ?
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    [QUOTE=flemeth;7030235]
    Quote Originally Posted by savabuck View Post
    Thank you for sharing, where did you find the carnation coupon, haven't seen them in years, remembered years back use to be able to get the milk for free with coupon.

    I found the cashmere at RCSS and people are posting that the carnation coupon can be found at RCSS, Metro and FoodBasic I am yet to find one

    Thank you @flemeth for always replying. The RCSS is 45 minutes from me and I was there yesterday, the coupon board is gone, and in the aisle looks like they are all gone and I didn't go in the aisle since I didn't know they had carnation coupon, I was in a rush was helping my sister do her groceries and had 3 more stores to go to...if anyone has extras I would love a trade...thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by couponmummy View Post
    @flemeth
    I understand how price matching works for regular items.
    Let's say Maxi sells a bag of Lays for $3 and Super C sells for $2. I can price match at Maxi and get it for $2, same price as Super C. Or I can buy it at Super C for $2.

    For your chicken,
    RCSS sells for $54.95, T&T sells for $42.85, if I price match at RCSS, shouldn't I pay $42.85? Or I can go to T&T and buy it for $42.85
    My point is, when you price match, you should pay the same price as the competitor's.

    I am so amazed that this is possible and can't wait to try it.

    Thanks @flemeth for being so informative. You rock!
    There is just something regarding meat price matching (Assuming you are price matching at Maxi VS. RCSS), if it is the same as No Frills (our version of Maxi), the meat price matching DOES NOT WORK THE SAME AS RCSS!

    At RCSS, you get a sticker from the meat counter that acts as a coupon for the meat. So if the pack is $20, and you are price matching it down to $10, you would get a "coupon" for $10 off the $20 price. But at No Frills, they simply reweight and resticker the item (at least that is how they did it the last time I went there)... So with the same $20 example, instead of a "coupon" to bring the meat down from $20 to $10, they would simply reweigh the meat at the price match price and put a new sticker on showing the price is $10 instead of $20.

    Hope that helps too.
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