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    Quote Originally Posted by missmaggs View Post
    Ok I think I might officially have a problem.... spent $42 on toilet paper today. Couldn't say no!!!

    13 x $3.77 for 12 double rolls of cashmere envirocare toilet paper (@FreshCo) minus
    13 x $1.00 off coupons

    After taxes and coupons $42.38 or $0.28 a roll for my favorite brand.



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    Thanks for the reminder, I saw the flyer, then I forgot about it. I'm going to pick some up before my coupons expire!
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    Was able to score Cadbury/ christie deal
    (4) Cadbury cookie boxes for teachers$9.99 each for homeroom teachers
    (4) Cadbury tray Chocoate$4.99( pmed freshco) for teachers
    (4) Cadbury 4 pack$3.99( pmed Loblaws)( 16 kids in elder son's class including him)
    (2) pirate cookies$1.88 each ($1 from checkout)
    (24) .99 Christie snack and go packs( for younger son's class room)
    Total paid around $103.xx + tax $4.xx ( equals to 400 points on $4 multipack personal offer)
    Redeemed $50 in points and got back $50 in PC points.
    Paid $57 Approximately and Christmas shopping for kids school is done.They were happy
    Didn't use much brain,just got like that and pretty Happy.


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    Last edited by morningrose; Mon, Dec 19th, 2016 at 03:50 PM.

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    Food Basics

    Assorted Club House baking extracts $1.99 - $1 = $.99
    Club House spice grinder e.g., Lemon & Pepper $2.29 - $2 = $1.29

    Canadian Tire

    Duracell AA 8 $7.49 - $5 (mailout) = $2.49
    Sunlight dishwashing soap, 950ml $1.79 - $.50 (flyer) = $1.29

    These are in the flyer as a % off so you can't price match - or can you? The prices are online...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lecale View Post
    Food Basics

    Assorted Club House baking extracts $1.99 - $1 = $.99
    Club House spice grinder e.g., Lemon & Pepper $2.29 - $2 = $1.29

    Canadian Tire

    Duracell AA 8 $7.49 - $5 (mailout) = $2.49
    Sunlight dishwashing soap, 950ml $1.79 - $.50 (flyer) = $1.29

    These are in the flyer as a % off so you can't price match - or can you? The prices are online...
    Think I tried to reason a percentage off PM once, but at least RCSS is a no. Online prices they may actually PM (at least from the policy posted at my RCSS), it states the following; "The competitor's advertisement, whether printed or digital", which you could argue if they are advertising a specific price for a product online, they may PM, but I know my RCSS would never PM Canadian Tire (at least now with their newish policy)
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    Had a credit from Beyond the Rack that was expirying, ordered a pair of Textile by Elizabeth and James jeans, figuring I'd sell them if they didn't fit.
    Got them today, they fit like a glove and I got a pair of $300 plus contemporary designer jeans for $14.xx.
    Also found a $95.00 Fossil wallet at Winners for $39.99, not sure if I'm going to keep it(think it might be too big for the bag I want it for but it's so pretty I don't want to return it).
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    2 sonicare electric toothbrushes. At rcss used rain check for $29.99 -$20 coupons = $9.99. Thanks to knitting nurse for the raok for the coupons she sent me!

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    Thanks for all the "tutorials" on how to keep money in our pockets, while putting food or gifts on our Christmas tables!

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    wasn't sure where to post this....Tek Savvy sent me an email and starting Jan 1st my monthly internet costs are going down!? uh huh!! I know? Down!! by 3 bucks,( not a ton but better than Bell every 6 months they tack on an increase for tv and phone ) then today I got a phone call and our auto insurance is decreasing by a whopping 22 bucks a month!! Is it Christmas or what?

    Woo hoo!!

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    Danone yogurt, $0.99/650 g, exp. Jan 19/17
    organic cream cheese, $1.00, exp. Dec. 30
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    $10.99 Boursin Cheese for 2 150 g cheese pucks at COSTCO. Saved about $6.

    $6.49 for 3 750 ml bottles of Sparkling Juice at COSTCO. Saved $1.50.

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    Extra Lean beef for $2.18 LB!!

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    Little deals, little deals...

    SDM

    Bick's sliced beets 750ml, 2/$5, - 2 X $.50 Bicks any (hang tag) - $.75 CO51 = 2/$3.25

    Zehrs/Loblaws

    Dare Realfruit Berries 160g 2/$3.50 - 2 X $1.00 (tearpad) = 2/$1.50


    And I got SCOP on Del Monte Guava juice 1L and Dion dried cilantro leaves 6g...lol I have gotten over $110 in SCOP there this year because they are so bad about their pricing. Still SCOPing strong!

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    Managed to get out and score this neat deal at Superstore:
    7 boxes of Christie Triscuit crackers @1.33 each (PMed Loblaws)....$2.00 claimed on CO51
    2 boxes of Dad's @1.99 each (RCSS) ......$1.00 claimed on CO51
    2 boxes of Fudgee-o @1.88 each (RCSS).....$1.00 CO51
    2 boxes of Maple Leaf cookie @1.88 (RCSS) ....$1.00 CO51

    Total spent $20.75.....PCpoints 10000 +2000 (personal Triscuit offer) +600 in store bonus for Dad's , $5.00 cash back

    7 boxes of crackers and 6 boxes of cookies for $3.15
    Please use my referral orange key code 47245085S1 for opening new Tangerine account and I will split the $50 bonus with you

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.carrot&hl=en JOIN CARROT REWARDS using my referral invite code dipikag5521

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    I zipped into Cineplex to pick up a $50 gift card so that I would get the coupons - both will be gifts (shhhh!). (Zipped would be a stretch!) I crept along with 80 thousand other people around the parking lot - but I was actually quite lucky. I did 2 financial interactions with machines and spent a great deal of money on the Scanning machine at Staples only to find that I didn't really have to do that at all. (How did this turn into a rant?) Ignore the past 2 sentences!

    I am using up Christmas wrap/bags/tissue/tags/cards - that I have purchased in former years and re-organized into usable containers when we moved this summer.

    4 more sleeps!
    Here's to all you great SC'ers
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    ^avoncallingu, is there a promo when you purchase a $50 Cineplex gc?

    2 Bicks 3.47 @ WM less .50 coupons less .75 checkout51, Five Roses flour 10 kg, $7.97.
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