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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkNova View Post
    I found the degree coupons at Pharmaprix 3 weeks ago.
    I usually find coupons at Maxi and Pharmaprix, sometimes even Jean Coutu.
    Thanks

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    Jean coutu has the Poise liners on sale for $3.99 and there is a $2.00 coupon out there, so this is a fantastic deal. I like these better than always, carefree etc. They have the light ones and longer ones. I bought a few.
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    At No frills:
    Shreddies Brown sugar and Granola cereal x 4 (PM'd Walmart $1.97)
    $4.5 back from CO51 + 2000pts for spending over $6 on this cereal.

    Hellmans salad dressing x2 (PM'd freshco $2.99): $1 hang tag coupons x2+ CO51 $4

    Combined with italpasta x 3, Armstrong shredded cheese x2 (PM'd sobeys $3.97, CO51 $2.5)
    5000 pts text offer
    Last edited by Laurabelle81; Fri, Sep 18th, 2020 at 09:46 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thatdone View Post
    RCSS Yesterday

    8 x Kashi (Pm 2.97 each) - 1.00 x 8 (1.00 instant discount at cash) - 12.00 (1500 points each WUB Kashi peanut free bars) - 4.00 (CO51) - 7.50 (7500 points WUS 15,00 on Kellogg's products) = 7.74 for me (- tax)
    It took a couple of phone calls and emails with pics attached of the offers to get them to approve the Kellogg's deal of 7500 points WUS 15.00 on Kashi because the ad says Kellogg's and not Kashi until I pointed out to them that Kellogg's is the parent company to Kashi and are probably trying to push that product as well
    @Thatdone I am happy that I got credited with the 7500 points after a phone call also . With the inquiry that I sent in I keep having the response that the Kashi was not the correct product the pic also did not help so . Yesterday I made the phone call and was told by the rep that I should have gotten the points . Rep asked that I waited until he got the correct code from headquarters and it will take a day or 2 . Got an email this morning that it was adjusted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flemeth View Post
    @Thatdone I am happy that I got credited with the 7500 points after a phone call also . With the inquiry that I sent in I keep having the response that the Kashi was not the correct product the pic also did not help so . Yesterday I made the phone call and was told by the rep that I should have gotten the points . Rep asked that I waited until he got the correct code from headquarters and it will take a day or 2 . Got an email this morning that it was adjusted.
    @flemeth I am glad to hear you got your points as well
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    at shoppers today
    spent $74.29 and used my points and only paid 6.29-1.00 back from checkout51for birthday sweet=5.29

    A few deals i got
    (4) dove shampoo and conditioner 2.88-buy 2 save 1.00 cpn i just found today=2.38 each
    eggs 1.99
    (1) pkg of muffins 3.99-1.00 checkout51for my birthday treat week =2.99
    butter 2.99
    (2) pkg of 6 pkg kleenex 4.99 as i havent seen it 3.99 in ages and thought i better stock up for cold season
    plus a few other items

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    Plus $2.00 x 3 on Dove men care body wash on checkout 51
    $1.00 back on other dove products was on checkout 51
    Last edited by dagney; Sat, Sep 19th, 2020 at 01:32 PM.
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    Hi All fellow Smartcanuckers, sad news I heard Walmart will stop price matching in October. Not sure how many of you will feel the loss as I will. I do 95% of my shopping there and it pretty much all price matching. As a single mom who has to pay for all expense the price matching helped me to save. With the information I get here, coupons and price matching I am able to help the youth shelter as well sometimes. I'm thinking we should start a petition and send to Walmart head office what do you all think. Thanks everyone and sorry i didn't know where to post this.
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    Best deal is in the eye of the shopper I did an SDM shop and earned 15K+ points which is $15+ but to me this one is my best deal even though I only earned $5 in loyalty points (a little late posting this, this was last week).

    At Metro grocery (in QC) I had and used the following offers:
    150 pts for every $30 spent
    50 pts wus $15 or more
    35 pts wub Irresistibles Potato chips
    125 pts wub any Irresistibles product
    125 pts wub a Sunrise tofu product
    100 pts wub a fresh head of cauliflower (flyer offer)

    All the offers were stackable.

    I spent ≈ $32, including taxes
    I used ≈ $20 in coupons
    My oop ≈ $12
    Earned ≈ $5 in loyalty points
    ($ amounts rounded off)

    Between getting offers for items I actually buy, and all the coupons I was able to use, getting all the items on sale that I paid for (vs those I used FPCs for, which were regular price except for one), and being able to do a shop entirely for food (including several organic products) - I really got a thrill out of doing this shop And the $5 in loyalty points is the cherry on the top
    Last edited by Silk; Sat, Sep 19th, 2020 at 08:58 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by savabuck View Post
    Hi All fellow Smartcanuckers, sad news I heard Walmart will stop price matching in October. Not sure how many of you will feel the loss as I will. I do 95% of my shopping there and it pretty much all price matching. As a single mom who has to pay for all expense the price matching helped me to save. With the information I get here, coupons and price matching I am able to help the youth shelter as well sometimes. I'm thinking we should start a petition and send to Walmart head office what do you all think. Thanks everyone and sorry i didn't know where to post this.
    Yes. Sad.
    https://forum.smartcanucks.ca/440320...r-15th-canada/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silk View Post
    Best deal is in the eye of the shopper I did an SDM shop and earned 15K+ points which is $15+ but to me this one is my best deal even though I only earned $5 in loyalty points (a little late posting this, this was last week).

    At Metro grocery (in QC) I had and used the following offers:
    150 pts for every $30 spent
    50 pts wus $15 or more
    35 pts wub Irresistibles Potato chips
    125 pts wub any Irresistibles product
    125 pts wub a Sunrise tofu product
    100 pts wub a fresh head of cauliflower (flyer offer)

    All the offers were stackable.

    I spent ≈ $32, including taxes
    I used ≈ $20 in coupons
    My oop ≈ $12
    Earned ≈ $5 in loyalty points
    ($ amounts rounded off)

    Between getting offers for items I actually buy, and all the coupons I was able to use, getting all the items on sale that I paid for (vs those I used FPCs for, which were regular price except for one), and being able to do a shop entirely for food (including several organic products) - I really got a thrill out of doing this shop And the $5 in loyalty points is the cherry on the top
    Nice Air Miles deals
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    Quote Originally Posted by savabuck View Post
    Hi All fellow Smartcanuckers, sad news I heard Walmart will stop price matching in October. Not sure how many of you will feel the loss as I will. I do 95% of my shopping there and it pretty much all price matching. As a single mom who has to pay for all expense the price matching helped me to save. With the information I get here, coupons and price matching I am able to help the youth shelter as well sometimes. I'm thinking we should start a petition and send to Walmart head office what do you all think. Thanks everyone and sorry i didn't know where to post this.
    It is a horrible thing, I personally don't shop at Walmart too much anymore, mainly since I get my collegue discount at RCSS and price match everything there. But with this massive change in the grocery landscape, I just hope nothing worse comes from this (I.E. Loblaw stopping price matching). With the price matching and couponing I do at RCSS for myself, my family, and friends, I save probably close to $10,000 every year ($500+/mo for my Whitby friend, about $100-$150/mo for myself, and $150-$200/mo for my family).... Price Matching being a major part of couponing, and couponing being a major part of who I am as a person!
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    @Shaw Girl - in QC the Metro loyalty program is not Air Miles but something called metro&moi points But yes, I loved those deals - thanks


    Quote Originally Posted by Shwa Girl View Post
    Nice Air Miles deals
    Quote Originally Posted by Silk View Post
    Best deal is in the eye of the shopper I did an SDM shop and earned 15K+ points which is $15+ but to me this one is my best deal even though I only earned $5 in loyalty points (a little late posting this, this was last week).

    At Metro grocery (in QC) I had and used the following offers:
    150 pts for every $30 spent
    50 pts wus $15 or more
    35 pts wub Irresistibles Potato chips
    125 pts wub any Irresistibles product
    125 pts wub a Sunrise tofu product
    100 pts wub a fresh head of cauliflower (flyer offer)

    All the offers were stackable.

    I spent ≈ $32, including taxes
    I used ≈ $20 in coupons
    My oop ≈ $12
    Earned ≈ $5 in loyalty points
    ($ amounts rounded off)

    Between getting offers for items I actually buy, and all the coupons I was able to use, getting all the items on sale that I paid for (vs those I used FPCs for, which were regular price except for one), and being able to do a shop entirely for food (including several organic products) - I really got a thrill out of doing this shop And the $5 in loyalty points is the cherry on the top
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    I got a new pair of safety shoes from Marks for $33.80. It was on clearance for $39.88 minus extra 25% off this weekend. I lucked out finding my size on clearance.
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    Bought:
    Del Monte canned peach slices, reg. $2.99, clearance $0.94
    Del Monte canned peach halves, reg. $2.99, clearance $0.94
    PC Blue Menu apple juice blend or apple juice with fibre, 2 L, clearance $0.94
    PC original pasta sauce or mushroom pasta sauce, white cap, clearance $0.94

    Saw:
    Coffee Crisp chocolate bars, various kinds, reg. $1.00, clearance $0.44
    Kit Kat chocolate bars, various kinds, reg. $1.00, clearance $0.44
    Aero white gold chocolate bars, reg. $1.00, clearance $0.44
    Kinder Bueno chocolate bars, reg. $1.25, clearance $0.44
    Evian water, 1.5 L, reg. $2.79, clearance $0.94
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