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    asparagus reg 3.97 on for 1.97 at giant tiger today
    2 lb bag of lemons 3.97-1.00 vip tiger club=2.97
    small size four girls t-shirt 2.00 for my granddaughter

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    (2) cobblehill 500 piece puzzles 2.99 each -a coupon spend 5.00 save 2.00=$4.70

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    got 2 free A&W coffee today through their test program calls "sipscription"

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    stewing veal, reg. $10.28, 50% off sticker so $5.14
    plus PC Optimum personal offer for fresh veal, so earned 1000 points or $1.00 off
    final price $4.14

    (2) Free from turkey drumsticks, 50% off

    (2) Earth's Own almond milk with coconut, reg. $3.99 for 1.89 L, sale $3.49, 50% off sticker so $1.75
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    I stocked up on Oasis Good Morning smooties because it is 2$ per bottle cheaper than IGA ..iga is so expensive
    dont know if it is the reg price I hope so
    2,48$ instead of 4,99$ at iga lol
    The goal is to live day by day not to much thinking hahaha !!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cath007 View Post
    I stocked up on Oasis Good Morning smooties because it is 2$ per bottle cheaper than IGA ..iga is so expensive
    dont know if it is the reg price I hope so
    2,48$ instead of 4,99$ at iga lol
    Fwiw, if you drink smoothies regularly, making your own can be worth considering. If you have a blender, homemade are fairly quick and easy to make, and also cost much less per serving, plus you don't have to add chemicals to allow for shipping time and shelf life. Since you can adjust your recipes to your palate, they are likely to taste better too.

    Even if you have to buy a blender, it will pay for itself pretty quickly since the cost for ingredients to make the same amount as the $2.49 bottle will probably be less than half, and quite a bit less when bought on decent deals.
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    4 kilos of Chicken Languettes for $14

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arjon View Post
    Fwiw, if you drink smoothies regularly, making your own can be worth considering. If you have a blender, homemade are fairly quick and easy to make, and also cost much less per serving, plus you don't have to add chemicals to allow for shipping time and shelf life. Since you can adjust your recipes to your palate, they are likely to taste better too.

    Even if you have to buy a blender, it will pay for itself pretty quickly since the cost for ingredients to make the same amount as the $2.49 bottle will probably be less than half, and quite a bit less when bought on decent deals.
    Yes I have a blender and hand blender but they dont work well...but yes something to considerate for sure!Thanks for your post!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SnowFlakey View Post
    4 kilos of Chicken Languettes for $14
    wtg!!!
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    The goal is to live day by day not to much thinking hahaha !!!!
    I love to save money!!! Frugal life hahaah !!!

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    I LOVE the small tins of flavoured tunas - they can go on sale for $1.07 or so - was in Walmart yesterday and their generic in on a Rollback at $.50 - loaded up!!

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    At No Frills: 4 pints of grape tomatoes pm'd Food basics @$1.88 each, earned 4000pts (flyer offer) + 1400pts (personal offer)
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    cath007 the languettes were from the Olymel outlet in St-Hyacinthe. The same kind of languette you would get at St-Hubert BBQ.
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    $1 sandwich meat from Flashfood. For DS's lunch. I have freezed it and it works perfect!! He doesn't complain at all.
    Put with a $1 loaf of fresh bread and my DS is happy! And so is mama. Sandwich meat is expensive!!

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    @SnowFlakey Is that the regular price at the outlet?
    Last edited by immac2947; Wed, Mar 3rd, 2021 at 03:02 PM.
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    In Quebec Pharmaprix, we don't get points for medication like Tylenol or points for products that contain active ingredients like Clean&Clear. (We make a trip to Ontario for that).

    A couple of weeks ago, I did a 20x at Pharmaprix and bought Hydrasense NetiRinse for my DD on recommendation from her doctor. It scanned wrong at the cash and I asked for a SCOP of $10 off. I was refused saying that it was found in the medication aisle. From past experience, I don't get x points when I buy antacid, but the Hydrasense still qualified as part of my 20x.

    I sent a points inquiry to Loblaws HQ and explained what happened.

    Today, they credited my PCO account with 10,000 points.

    Yay me, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frugalbigmama View Post
    $1 sandwich meat from Flashfood. For DS's lunch. I have freezed it and it works perfect!! He doesn't complain at all.
    Put with a $1 loaf of fresh bread and my DS is happy! And so is mama. Sandwich meat is expensive!!
    Quite impressive, as I seem to find deli meat normally priced around $13-14 / lb. Bravo.
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