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    Quote Originally Posted by cath007 View Post
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    3X bold ranch crackers @2,99$ minus 3x1,00$ coupons=1,99$ so good ( I taught they where 2,00$ but nope it was the cheez it crackers... ) still a ok price with coupons
    METRO(QC)
    Peppers red orange and yellow at 0,99$ lbs good in dips and in spaghetti
    Raspberries small containers 2 for 4$( i am craving those)
    Cobb salad @5,99$ minus 30% (-1,80$) will have that for dinner with lasagna
    PG provencal quiche @5,99$
    PG chicken pot pie because they where out of salmon pot pie grr @5,99$

    Pharmaprix (QC)
    Starbucks iced coffee x 4 @2,50$ each(love these as a treat)
    3 x gatorade pack @4,99$ each
    Pepsi 12 cans case @4,65$
    Kashis cereal bars @3,00$ minus 3x2,00$ coupons=1,00$ each one was 1,49$ after coupon
    2 kelloggs rice krispies fpcs @3,49$ each=0$
    2 kellogs special k blueberries cereals @6,39$ wow (so expensive at sdm) minus 2x fpc =0$ she took the full value
    i made 10 000 points with the promo of kelloggs and kashis 5 000 wub 10$ and points base but sadly no sdm text points offer
    1 will submit for a free snack coupon but now my account is logged so stupid so I wrothe to kelloggs
    submitted my rice krispies for ch51 and special k cereal too but no big hope
    I forgot the chocolate milk and eggs on special but the fridge is full so overhall a good shop
    The cashier entered the coupons as cash so I did not get all my points ..put an inquiry with chat and added up quickly the 5000 missing
    @cath007 the Kelloggís and Kashi deals for 5000/$10 or more spent . Its not for every $10.00 spent thatís why you didnít get the points . If the give it to you you are lucky. Entering the coupons as cash is a good thing at SDM in my opinion

    You need to do this deal in different transaction
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    In-store offer of 20x WUS $75 on beauty including skin care, cosmetics, etc.

    DD bought
    Olay Regenerist MAX 24 serum $41.19
    Olay UV moisturizing cream SPF 15, $9.29
    4 x Neutrogena hand cream, $5.99
    1 x Essence nail polish, $2.99
    Subtotal $77.43
    Total $89.02
    20x 23,100
    1000 pts for every $5 personal offer any Olay (10,000 points)
    10,000 points WUB $50 on Olay skin care in-store offer
    10,000 points WUB $50 on Olay P&G loadable offer
    Total points 53,100
    The total of the 2 Olays comes to $13.04 after tax and points

    We tried to test whether all of the above would trigger the 20x at the beauty counter. The beauty lady took a look at what we are buying and said in a snarky voice, "I can tell you right away nothing will qualify. You have to buy stuff within the Beauty Boutique like La Roche Posay."

    She won't even entertain us by trying to scan our stuff. So, we went to the regular cash and ask the same thing. The cashier said that the beauty lady would know which will qualify. We said she wasn't very helpful. The cashier scans everything and we asked to hit total and all the points showed up without scanning the PCO card.

    We got the last laugh because the beauty lady did not get her commission. That's what she gets for being a meanie bobeanie.
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    MY. SDM deal did not go as planned but I still happy with the out come.

    First my FPC for the glade was refused because itís not the same scent in the pic. The only had Lavender and the pic show a different scent . Manager even refused it because she said that the are not getting paid from P&G I was only using 1 coupon.Rant over

    Had a 10000/$30 spent
    4 PK Royale Paper towels $4.99x4=$19.96-$20.00=-0.04 (4x5 coupon from Promo)
    6 box Royale Facial tissue $0.88x6=$5.96-$4.00=$1.96 (4x1.00 tear pad cashier only allowed 4coupons)
    1 Bens Bistro$4.49-$4.49=0 ( coupon I got from the new Money saver)

    $1.96 + $3.37 (taxes)=$5.33-$10.80 Points for 10000/$30 spent and 800/$4 spent on Facial tissue)=-$5.47

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    Quote Originally Posted by couponmummy View Post
    Pharmaprix
    In-store offer of 20x WUS $75 on beauty including skin care, cosmetics, etc.

    DD bought
    Olay Regenerist MAX 24 serum $41.19
    Olay UV moisturizing cream SPF 15, $9.29
    4 x Neutrogena hand cream, $5.99
    1 x Essence nail polish, $2.99
    Subtotal $77.43
    Total $89.02
    20x 23,100
    1000 pts for every $5 personal offer any Olay (10,000 points)
    10,000 points WUB $50 on Olay skin care in-store offer
    10,000 points WUB $50 on Olay P&G loadable offer
    Total points 53,100
    The total of the 2 Olays comes to $13.04 after tax and points

    We tried to test whether all of the above would trigger the 20x at the beauty counter. The beauty lady took a look at what we are buying and said in a snarky voice, "I can tell you right away nothing will qualify. You have to buy stuff within the Beauty Boutique like La Roche Posay."

    She won't even entertain us by trying to scan our stuff. So, we went to the regular cash and ask the same thing. The cashier said that the beauty lady would know which will qualify. We said she wasn't very helpful. The cashier scans everything and we asked to hit total and all the points showed up without scanning the PCO card.

    We got the last laugh because the beauty lady did not get her commission. That's what she gets for being a meanie bobeanie.

    You did great. I did not realized that the beauty lady works for commission
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    Quote Originally Posted by flemeth View Post
    You did great. I did not realized that the beauty lady works for commission
    Google "shoppers beauty counter commission"

    "Cosmeticians are also paid commission, that can vary depending on the line, but which generally averages out to about 3%. A lot depends on the lines you sell, but more importantly, the volume of the department. Cosmeticians also attend schools, often on their own dime, to enhance their education."

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    Quote Originally Posted by couponmummy View Post
    Pharmaprix
    We tried to test whether all of the above would trigger the 20x at the beauty counter. The beauty lady took a look at what we are buying and said in a snarky voice, "I can tell you right away nothing will qualify. You have to buy stuff within the Beauty Boutique like La Roche Posay."
    She won't even entertain us by trying to scan our stuff. So, we went to the regular cash and ask the same thing. The cashier said that the beauty lady would know which will qualify. We said she wasn't very helpful. The cashier scans everything and we asked to hit total and all the points showed up without scanning the PCO card.
    We got the last laugh because the beauty lady did not get her commission. That's what she gets for being a meanie bobeanie.
    Nicely played!
    You did great, even though you had to endure a meanie bobeanie
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    Quote Originally Posted by couponmummy View Post
    Google "shoppers beauty counter commission"

    "Cosmeticians are also paid commission, that can vary depending on the line, but which generally averages out to about 3%. A lot depends on the lines you sell, but more importantly, the volume of the department. Cosmeticians also attend schools, often on their own dime, to enhance their education."
    Thank you @couponmummy for the info
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    Quote Originally Posted by flemeth View Post
    @cath007 the Kelloggís and Kashi deals for 5000/$10 or more spent . Its not for every $10.00 spent thatís why you didnít get the points . If the give it to you you are lucky. Entering the coupons as cash is a good thing at SDM in my opinion

    You need to do this deal in different transaction
    @flemeth : Oh ok thanks!!!! I will know for next time if a similar offer appear
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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 went to an event called in french ''the bouquinnistes'' it is in a place they are just book many novels the books-novels where 3$ and the pocket books where 2$ .The raised money will go to a charity for poor foundation.I found many books in french(I am french) like mary higgings clark,danielle steel,marc levy,kenn follet ....etc and the tag in the book was still there average of 30$ per book...so I paid 59$ for 20 books ,so I saved like 570$ lol...amazing....!!!! They where surprise book boxe for 25$ but no I want to know what I read..Looking forward to the next year event!!! But you have to know what witch author you want and have your time to search it is so desorganiszate...It was in a communauty center.
    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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    My RCSS was clearing out 2.75 KG bag of frozen mixed fruit for .94 cents with March and April 2023 Expiry dates. I grabbed 12. WOW what a deal. My DS is happy!
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    No Frills

    Quaker Cereal - Combined price matching Walmart flyer (Page 4, $1.97 ea) with 50 cent Save it Forward digital coupon (applied automatically at checkout) = $1.47 ea
    Also combined with Save it Forward offer of 2,000 pts for every $10 spent on Quaker instant oatmeal or cereal ...
    In store I saw a sign saying Get 2000 pts when you buy any two boxes of Quaker cereal or Capn Crunch but I didn't receive points at checkout so I'm waiting on a points inquiry.

    My No Frills allows price matching of up to 4 of each flavour so I bought Harvest Crunch 4 Original and 3 Canadian Maple to get a total spend of $10.29. I remember before shrinkflation, $1.88 for a 560g box of Original was best price I saw in flyers, which is equal to $1.59 for the current 475g box so I would've been happy with just paying $1.47 a box. The 2000 pts I already received and the potential 6000 pts from the points inquiry is a nice bonus.

    Strange I couldn't find any mention of 2000 pts for 2 boxes in the flyer yet there's a sign but the system doesn't grant the points.
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    Giant tiger
    (2) cottonelle 12 rolls =24 11.97 i paid 4.99 with vip membership
    (3) pillars ham 7.97 limit 3 havent seen it this cheap in awhile
    (2) manderin fruit cups set of 6 cups reg 2.17 on for 1.47 need to have the odd snack for when my granddaughter,s sleep over



    3 cents for using my own bag

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    A brag that surprised even me!!

    I visited our local Costco Business Centre this morning with a coworker, she had been there and thought I would really like it... AND I DID!!

    Picked up a few little things, and surprised what I got for $25...

    Costco Business:
    Buttermilk Frozen Chicken Breast (4kg!): $13.99 VS $13.98 for 907g @ RCSS
    Doritos (730g): $5.99 VS $3.28 for 220g @ RCSS
    Lactantia Purfilter Milk (4L): $3.95 VS $5.98 for Trutaste @ RCSS

    And those are all EVERYDAY prices, nothing was even on sale!

    It was so different from a regular Costco and has me thinking of maybe getting my own membership (or just go with my coworker again)

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    At RCSS:
    3 boxes of Froot Loops, 3 boxes Chocolate Frosted flakes, 3 boxes Apple Jacks-->earned 15000pts (instore offer)+ 1800pts (personal Froot Loops offer)
    Used one FPC, 2 X $1 peelies, 6 X $1 coupons. $2 from CO51- approved

    2 X Vim wipes (60ct) on sale/clearance for $0.98 each
    Tub of gummy candies on clearance for $0.94

    After points, coupons, cash back, only $0.32 for everything!
    Last edited by Laurabelle81; Wed, Sep 29th, 2021 at 10:18 AM.
    Drop referral code: 9zwoy for 1000 free pts

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    At Loblaws: 10 tubs logo yogurt at $2.49 each:
    500pts each from instore offer
    12000pts from "earn 6000pts for every $12 spent on Iogo" offer
    4800pts from personal offer
    used $2 worth of coupons (one identical coupon per purchase)
    total $1.1 (after points)
    Drop referral code: 9zwoy for 1000 free pts

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