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    Resto Pizz pizza 5,88$ -2,00$ off coupon ned I had for a long time!!!
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    So... I went out to do another larger purchase of cereal for the food bank for Monday, and that one shop restored a little more faith in humanity for me...

    Metro:
    Kelloggs Cereals (Various; 15 boxes): $44.85(SALE) - $30.00(15 @ $2 Cpn) = $14.85/15
    Post Timbit Cereals (Various; 20 boxes): $59.80(SALE) - $10.00(10 @ $1 WUB2 Cpn) = $49.80/20

    Total at the register was $64.65.

    Now, behind me in line was a gentleman and his brother (I assume), I had to get overrides for the coupons, and was talking with the cashier and supervisor letting them know I was purchasing for the food bank. The gentleman made a little joke before that about all the cereal. But when it came time to pay for it, I was ready to tap my Mastercard, but just as I went to reach over, the man behind me in line tapped his debit card and PAID the $64.65 for ALL the cereal! I was gobsmacked, it took me a minute to realize what actually happened, and here I am a bubbling mess trying to get the words out to thank him for that. And I later found out in the parking lot.... He WASN'T even local, he was from Alberta!! So that made my day yesterday, and it just means I can get even more with the funding I have to help even more people in need...

    So that little bit restored a little more faith in humanity for me. And I know that this is something I will not forget!

    So a total of 35 boxes to the food bank for $0.00 cost!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnb56789 View Post
    So... I went out to do another larger purchase of cereal for the food bank for Monday, and that one shop restored a little more faith in humanity for me...

    Metro:
    Kelloggs Cereals (Various; 15 boxes): $44.85(SALE) - $30.00(15 @ $2 Cpn) = $14.85/15
    Post Timbit Cereals (Various; 20 boxes): $59.80(SALE) - $10.00(10 @ $1 WUB2 Cpn) = $49.80/20

    Total at the register was $64.65.

    Now, behind me in line was a gentleman and his brother (I assume), I had to get overrides for the coupons, and was talking with the cashier and supervisor letting them know I was purchasing for the food bank. The gentleman made a little joke before that about all the cereal. But when it came time to pay for it, I was ready to tap my Mastercard, but just as I went to reach over, the man behind me in line tapped his debit card and PAID the $64.65 for ALL the cereal! I was gobsmacked, it took me a minute to realize what actually happened, and here I am a bubbling mess trying to get the words out to thank him for that. And I later found out in the parking lot.... He WASN'T even local, he was from Alberta!! So that made my day yesterday, and it just means I can get even more with the funding I have to help even more people in need...

    So that little bit restored a little more faith in humanity for me. And I know that this is something I will not forget!

    So a total of 35 boxes to the food bank for $0.00 cost!
    @johnb56789 that was very nice of the gentleman to pay for the cereals for the food bank . The are still lots of generous people out there who are willing to help others.

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    thats wonderful John!

    You are truly an amazing person and the gentleman in line is amazing!!

    Quote Originally Posted by johnb56789 View Post
    So... I went out to do another larger purchase of cereal for the food bank for Monday, and that one shop restored a little more faith in humanity for me...

    Metro:
    Kelloggs Cereals (Various; 15 boxes): $44.85(SALE) - $30.00(15 @ $2 Cpn) = $14.85/15
    Post Timbit Cereals (Various; 20 boxes): $59.80(SALE) - $10.00(10 @ $1 WUB2 Cpn) = $49.80/20

    Total at the register was $64.65.

    Now, behind me in line was a gentleman and his brother (I assume), I had to get overrides for the coupons, and was talking with the cashier and supervisor letting them know I was purchasing for the food bank. The gentleman made a little joke before that about all the cereal. But when it came time to pay for it, I was ready to tap my Mastercard, but just as I went to reach over, the man behind me in line tapped his debit card and PAID the $64.65 for ALL the cereal! I was gobsmacked, it took me a minute to realize what actually happened, and here I am a bubbling mess trying to get the words out to thank him for that. And I later found out in the parking lot.... He WASN'T even local, he was from Alberta!! So that made my day yesterday, and it just means I can get even more with the funding I have to help even more people in need...

    So that little bit restored a little more faith in humanity for me. And I know that this is something I will not forget!

    So a total of 35 boxes to the food bank for $0.00 cost!
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    Food basics

    4 x Black Diamond cheese slices 4.99 - 1.50 (digital deal) - 2.00 (CO51) = 1.49 each
    They tried to enter the 2.00 printable coupon but their system did not allow them to because of the digital deal
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    at shoppers
    purex 3.99-1.00 checkout51=2.99
    (2) irish spring body wash 3.99-3.00 checkout51 when uou buy 2=$2.50 each

    bed bath and beyond
    6 beautifull tea towels reg 25.00 on for 12.50-20% off coupon=10.00 may put a few in as gifts for daughter-in-law and daughter for xmas.
    reduced mr.meyers dryer sheets 80 (missing one or 2) $2.99

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    A great reminder of the truest spirit of charity - giving money (or time or other valuable resources) in return for nothing beyond simply knowing one has helped others.

    Quote Originally Posted by johnb56789 View Post
    So... I went out to do another larger purchase of cereal for the food bank for Monday, and that one shop restored a little more faith in humanity for me...

    Metro:
    Kelloggs Cereals (Various; 15 boxes): $44.85(SALE) - $30.00(15 @ $2 Cpn) = $14.85/15
    Post Timbit Cereals (Various; 20 boxes): $59.80(SALE) - $10.00(10 @ $1 WUB2 Cpn) = $49.80/20

    Total at the register was $64.65.

    Now, behind me in line was a gentleman and his brother (I assume), I had to get overrides for the coupons, and was talking with the cashier and supervisor letting them know I was purchasing for the food bank. The gentleman made a little joke before that about all the cereal. But when it came time to pay for it, I was ready to tap my Mastercard, but just as I went to reach over, the man behind me in line tapped his debit card and PAID the $64.65 for ALL the cereal! I was gobsmacked, it took me a minute to realize what actually happened, and here I am a bubbling mess trying to get the words out to thank him for that. And I later found out in the parking lot.... He WASN'T even local, he was from Alberta!! So that made my day yesterday, and it just means I can get even more with the funding I have to help even more people in need...

    So that little bit restored a little more faith in humanity for me. And I know that this is something I will not forget!

    So a total of 35 boxes to the food bank for $0.00 cost!
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnb56789 View Post
    So... I went out to do another larger purchase of cereal for the food bank for Monday, and that one shop restored a little more faith in humanity for me...

    Metro:
    Kelloggs Cereals (Various; 15 boxes): $44.85(SALE) - $30.00(15 @ $2 Cpn) = $14.85/15
    Post Timbit Cereals (Various; 20 boxes): $59.80(SALE) - $10.00(10 @ $1 WUB2 Cpn) = $49.80/20

    Total at the register was $64.65.

    Now, behind me in line was a gentleman and his brother (I assume), I had to get overrides for the coupons, and was talking with the cashier and supervisor letting them know I was purchasing for the food bank. The gentleman made a little joke before that about all the cereal. But when it came time to pay for it, I was ready to tap my Mastercard, but just as I went to reach over, the man behind me in line tapped his debit card and PAID the $64.65 for ALL the cereal! I was gobsmacked, it took me a minute to realize what actually happened, and here I am a bubbling mess trying to get the words out to thank him for that. And I later found out in the parking lot.... He WASN'T even local, he was from Alberta!! So that made my day yesterday, and it just means I can get even more with the funding I have to help even more people in need...

    So that little bit restored a little more faith in humanity for me. And I know that this is something I will not forget!

    So a total of 35 boxes to the food bank for $0.00 cost!
    Really nice random act of kindness (RAOK)
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    Quote Originally Posted by coupon girl View Post
    at shoppers
    purex 3.99-1.00 checkout51=2.99
    (2) irish spring body wash 3.99-3.00 checkout51 when uou buy 2=$2.50 each

    bed bath and beyond
    6 beautifull tea towels reg 25.00 on for 12.50-20% off coupon=10.00 may put a few in as gifts for daughter-in-law and daughter for xmas.
    reduced mr.meyers dryer sheets 80 (missing one or 2) $2.99
    nice deals
    Bed Bath and Beyond in the US is closing 56 stores. You may be able to get more deals soon.
    Bed Bath & Beyond releases list of 56 stores it plans to close (msn.com)
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    @johnb56789 you are not the only one blubbering, when I read what that generous man did, I could feel my eyes welling up with happy tears! This is one of those good news stories, we need more of them.






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    At No frills: bought 15 Sabra Hummus Snackers-Roasted Garlic or Roasted Red Pepper flavour $2.49+ tax each, earned back 2500 pts on each from special personal Sabra product offer. (points also given for Guacamole snackers, according to posts I've seen)
    Points from my cumualative spend $75 offer will cover the tax.
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    Regarding food basics app offers: How many items can you use the offer for ? I used the app for the first time on 2 BD cheese slices and got discount on the first one( I thought itís only one product, correct me if Iím wrong) and I still see the offer on the app as available, thanks .
    Last edited by apple pie; Sun, Sep 18th, 2022 at 01:40 PM.
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    the flyer on the black diamond says "Limit one per customer, per transaction". I think you can only use it on one black diamond and it's done. does it say used in your app?
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    Quote Originally Posted by apple pie View Post
    Regarding food basics app offers: How many items can you use the offer for ? I used the app for the first time on 2 BD cheese slices and got discount on the first one( I thought itís only one product, correct me if Iím wrong) and I still see the offer on the app as available, thanks .

    You can use it one at a time (once per transacttion) I normally take two at a time and ask the cashier to do two transactions for them The offer resets after each use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquaria View Post
    the flyer on the black diamond says "Limit one per customer, per transaction". I think you can only use it on one black diamond and it's done. does it say used in your app?
    No itís available (coupon added)unlike the metro app which marks it as used
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