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    At real canadian superstore
    Used the print coupon buy 1 country harvest bread get herb and garlic bread free.
    2 breads for $5.50
    - $3.29 (that was full price of the bread instead of half)
    - 800 points, personal offer wub countryside harvest bread
    - 900 points personal offer wub bread

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    Costco is clearing out items to bring in winter coats, winter boots and Christmas items.
    So, we did some Christmas in September shopping
    Dove Men + Care Extra Fresh, 16 bars, $9.97
    Even clearance priced online for the Dove, $12.97
    https://www.costco.ca/dove-men-%2b-c...100974642.html

    Tilley men's leather slippers, was $29.97, clearance, $14.97

    Hawaiian Tropic sun screen, 3 pack, was $19.99, clearance $9.97 and second markdown, $6.97
    expiry Nov 2025
    Costco

    Swiss chocolate bars, clearance, $1.00
    short expiry= 1 week
    National Geographic hard cover book, clearance $1.00
    Some prices going up to $2.00+ from $1.50, but these clearance items were right at the entrance
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    I heard that if one want good clearance deals, one should go to Costco right at opening time where Costco have carts with clearance prices as you enter the store. Is that true? I work full time hours so going to Costco on a weekday right at opening time does not work for me unless I take a vacation day.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shwa Girl View Post
    Costco is clearing out items to bring in winter coats, winter boots and Christmas items.
    So, we did some Christmas in September shopping
    Dove Men + Care Extra Fresh, 16 bars, $9.97
    Even clearance priced online for the Dove, $12.97
    https://www.costco.ca/dove-men-%2b-c...100974642.html

    Tilley men's leather slippers, was $29.97, clearance, $14.97

    Hawaiian Tropic sun screen, 3 pack, was $19.99, clearance $9.97 and second markdown, $6.97
    expiry Nov 2025
    Costco

    Swiss chocolate bars, clearance, $1.00
    short expiry= 1 week
    National Geographic hard cover book, clearance $1.00
    Some prices going up to $2.00+ from $1.50, but these clearance items were right at the entrance
    Dollar Tree
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    Quote Originally Posted by Purdee View Post
    I heard that if one want good clearance deals, one should go to Costco right at opening time where Costco have carts with clearance prices as you enter the store. Is that true? I work full time hours so going to Costco on a weekday right at opening time does not work for me unless I take a vacation day.
    Thanks for the reminder. Yes, we check that area. Recently, it's not been great. Seasonal change over, with lots of clearance ending in .97, staff have not been able to remove from the aisle.
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    At RCCS

    3◊ pringles 156g, pm Freshco $2.49
    - .50 from save it forward ◊3
    - $1.50 tear pad coupon from a while back◊3


    2◊ Kelloggs nutrigrain bar $2.99
    -$1.00, it said bogo $ off, not sure what that was
    - $1.00 websaver wallet
    + 3000 points wus $10 on pringles, eggo, nutrigrain, ricekrispies, poptarts and cheezit
    Last edited by Teats; Tue, Sep 5th, 2023 at 10:22 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teats View Post
    At RCCS

    3◊ pringles 156g, pm Freshco $2.49
    - .50 from save it forward ◊3
    - $1.50 tear pad coupon from a while back◊3


    2◊ Kelloggs nutrigrain bar $2.99
    -$1.00, it said bogo $ off, not sure what that was
    - $1.00 websaver wallet
    + 3000 points wus $10 on pringles, eggo, nutrigrain, ricekrispies, poptarts and cheezit
    Nicely played.
    So was the Pringles, $0.50 OOP or free?
    So was the Nutrigrain a $3 money maker?
    Thanks
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    Scop- At Food Basics large canister of bread crumbs. On an end section with the big sign that said $2.49.
    Rang in at $4.49. She tried to tell me she could give it to me for $2.49 since there was many items in that section. I asked for SCOP since it was the only item without its own sign so one would assume it was the large price sign ($2.49)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shwa Girl View Post
    Nicely played.
    So was the Pringles, $0.50 OOP or free?
    So was the Nutrigrain a $3 money maker?
    Thanks

    Pringles $.50 each
    Nutrigrain 2.99◊2=5.98
    - $1.00 (think this is the save it forward.50 ◊2), I think the price is supposed to be $2.99 with the .50 already off but it was 2.99 -.50
    - 1◊ $1.00 on websaver wallet
    -3000 points for the $10 spend so the way I calculated it it was .50 each for nutrigrain bar

    There might be coupons out there too but I did not have them.
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    There is a new Unilever coupon for BOGO Axe Body Spray 113g. I printed one coupon and saw that the expiry date is 7 days from the date of printing. So, I looked at the Fl!pp app and saw that Walmart had them for $3.88, sale ending Sept 6th.

    Talk about "starting the car!". I hauled my butt over there so fast! I was able to get 8 Axe for $15.52 before taxes ($1.94 each)...WOOHOO!!!

    Teenage DS and DH are now set for a while.

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    At Sobeys

    12 large cans of Del Monte Peaches @$4 each, earned 2000pts (1000/6 cans)
    2 Kraft Salad Dressing @ 2 for $5, earned a surprise 300pts
    -$5 from scanned welcome offer barcode($5 off WUS $40 or more)
    -$5 receipt coupon(from last week: $5 off WUS $50 or more)

    Redeemed 1000pts, will receive 200pts from bonus redemption offer (awarded at a later date)

    After coupons/points my $53 bill is reduced to $18 or $1.28 per item
    Last edited by Laurabelle81; Thu, Sep 7th, 2023 at 10:31 AM.
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    Nice deal.

    Was 300 points for Kraft salad dressing shown on price tag or just your personal/digital offer?

    Quote Originally Posted by Laurabelle81 View Post
    At Sobeys

    12 large cans of Del Monte Peaches @$4 each, earned 2000pts (1000/6 cans)
    2 Kraft Salad Dressing @ 2 for $5, earned a surprise 300pts
    -$5 from scanned welcome offer barcode($5 off WUS $40 or more)
    -$5 receipt coupon(from last week: $5 off WUS $50 or more)

    Redeemed 1000pts, will receive 200pts from bonus redemption offer (awarded at a later date)

    After coupons/points my $53 bill is reduced to $18 or $1.28 per item
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    The new price tags weren't up when I went this morning...so I'd be interested to know that too.
    I double checked my personal offers...it was not from that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurabelle81 View Post
    The new price tags weren't up when I went this morning...so I'd be interested to know that too.
    I double checked my personal offers...it was not from that.
    Thanks for your info.

    At least it is good sign for me as I still have some $2 off 2 kraft dressing coupon making them free after all. I guess I need to be in store to find out.
    Last edited by paylessgetmore; Thu, Sep 7th, 2023 at 12:32 PM.
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    I don't remember a better deal on EVOO in a long time: At NF, no name 750 ml for $5.99 with 2000 points. It's not "the good stuff", but IMO it's fine for recipes that use small amounts, like risotto which I make once or twice a month. Sadly, it has also been some time since there was a really good deal on any brand in the next higher quality level, so I'll have to keep watching for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arjon View Post
    I don't remember a better deal on EVOO in a long time: At NF, no name 750 ml for $5.99 with 2000 points. It's not "the good stuff", but IMO it's fine for recipes that use small amounts, like risotto which I make once or twice a month. Sadly, it has also been some time since there was a really good deal on any brand in the next higher quality level, so I'll have to keep watching for that.
    @Arjon you and I thought the same, I can live with non virgin olive oil for that price. Bought 3 bottles, got the 6000 points BUT don't they look so small?
    We're used to buying the 3L Canola and 2 L of extra virgin, so by comparison the NN ones looked like a baby size. ha ha
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