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    Quote Originally Posted by Shwa Girl View Post
    @savabuck , thanks. Tell me the gave you a calendar
    Nothing but a huge bill everytime I go! ☹
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    You don't know dh! He eats grapes every day. We'll share a few, but they'll disappear pretty quick.
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    Way to go. What does one do with 18 pounds of green grapes? Donate!

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    Pretty good shop at Shoppers today.
    Picked up some vitamin D3.
    Total cost $19.98.
    In store offer - 2000 points WUB2.
    Personal offer carried forward for a couple of weeks - 1200 points per 6$.
    Points back 5600 points ==> 28% savings with points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shwa Girl View Post
    Yes! You CAN save money at a car dealership:
    Dealership oil change $49.99
    Dealership points used $20.00
    Out of pocket $29.99, just like Mr Lube

    But wait, there's more
    Read five magazines for free, Nov. 2019 to Jan. 2020, value ~$35.00
    Free green tea, value $1.00
    Free cinnamon bun, value $1.00
    Free fruit, banana, value $0.25
    Free TV show while you wait
    Free WiFi, with a dealership coupon for 10% next service

    Free car wash, value ~$6
    Yes, you can save money at a car dealership, like a Shwa Girl
    I have to get my oil done soon. I go to Canadian Tire (yes, I have heard horror stories from others, but my experiences aren't bad there)... This next one should cost me nothing. I will get a coupon from my Dad for a $33.33 package deal, then use some of the CT Money we have burning a hole in our pocket (Over $300 worth). So that'll help the budget just a little...

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    Sobeys black Friday deals I spent $89.70 and got 182 miles from personal and in flyer offers .
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    Deals at SDM yesterday:
    .50 cents Quaker oatmeal
    .50 cents Life cereal
    .99 cents Kellogg's Frosted fllakes

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    shoppers

    Time to stock up on (4)royale velour toilet paper as I was down to 2 pkgs in my stockpile 12' double 4.99-1.00 cpn =3.99
    (2)pirate cookies 1.99=3.98-800 points=3.18 or 1.59 each
    (2)no name butter 3.49=6.98-800 points=3.09 each

    I noticed butter is never 2.99 or even 3.29 any more the no name so it has gone up in price .

    Then bulk store spent $16-2.00 cpn=$14.82 and they changed that coupon from 3.00 down to 2.00-ahhh life and all its increasing costs good thing there is coupons and points offers

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    I was just leaving Loblaws with an empty cart when I saw an employee with a very full cart going to the Flash Food area. I waited a bit but nothing happened so I left. About half an hour later a few things popped up and even though my mom told me to stop buying meat because she has lots from my prior shopping, I got:
    1 breaded veal cutlet 94 cents, regular $4.90
    2 x Greenfield Natural smoked ham .54 and .94. The regular price is $11.49!!
    1 x ground beef $11.78 x 50% = $5.89 This was at Loblaws, not Flash Food

    Oh and the other thing that was awesome for a lucky person, they had huge steaks for .94 each! Someone bought them all, according to the woman who worked there! There had to be 20 or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Molly View Post
    I was just leaving Loblaws with an empty cart when I saw an employee with a very full cart going to the Flash Food area. I waited a bit but nothing happened so I left. About half an hour later a few things popped up and even though my mom told me to stop buying meat because she has lots from my prior shopping, I got:
    1 breaded veal cutlet 94 cents, regular $4.90
    2 x Greenfield Natural smoked ham .54 and .94. The regular price is $11.49!!
    1 x ground beef $11.78 x 50% = $5.89 This was at Loblaws, not Flash Food

    Oh and the other thing that was awesome for a lucky person, they had huge steaks for .94 each! Someone bought them all, according to the woman who worked there! There had to be 20 or so.
    Awesome deals on meats. Our stores only mark down the meats at 50%.
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    Mine used to but lately they've been marking down by more. No complaints here! I think that's how it should be.

    Sent from my SM-G950W using Tapatalk
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    PC oatmeal cookies, reg. $2.99, clearance $1.94, 50% off sticker price, $0.97
    In the aisle, there were other PC cookies with the 50% off sticker and other cookie brands with the 50% off sticker.
    Maybe they will be at your Loblaws/Zehrs/Independent
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    finally made it to value village 50% off day, not a big shop but a decent one: 1 pair of DKNY jeans and 1 pair of Carter's pants brand new for my toddler girl and 1 pair of shoes for baby girl, total came to $4.45

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    at pluto today (gently used store)

    I got a taylor swift -incredible things cologne reg $72.00 new i paid $12.00 -love the scent

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    11 x multi packs of Excel gum 2.97 each = 32.67 (+ tax) - 22000 points = 10.67 (+tax) not bad for 44 individual packs for gum
    Last edited by Thatdone; Fri, Mar 6th, 2020 at 01:41 PM.

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    Thanks to Caddle and to Quaker my wife donated 2 large boxes of their products today.

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