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    Quote Originally Posted by SmartConsumer View Post
    It's ok but not the best. Ideally, you would want to use one of these:

    1. Spend $100, get 2000 points
    2. Spend $175, get 5000 points
    3. Spend $200, get 5000 points

    Some week they won't have the 2000 or 5000 points offers. I either try not to purchase much during these weeks unless there is a good sale. If you plan on purchasing more than $85 during a bad week, do your shop in separate transactions and use the $50/500 first and then $35/375 second.

    Here is a breakdown of how much points are worth:

    375 = $0.68
    500 = $0.91
    2000 = $3.64
    5000 = $9.09
    thanks for the info!!
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    Added a few more
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    Updated with a few more.

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    Would it be possible to delete the coupons that have expired? That way I don't get too excited when I see a possible stack, but then learn the coupon is expired! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by hijinx25 View Post
    Would it be possible to delete the coupons that have expired? That way I don't get too excited when I see a possible stack, but then learn the coupon is expired! LOL
    I made all coupons that are expired red. Of course, I may not update every day so one should still check the date before using.
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    I'm a points saver too. Last year I bought the Ipod Touch for a gift as well.


    Quote Originally Posted by MDellen View Post
    I've been a SOF regular shopper for 10+ years, in my experience they have the big $200/5000 points event approximately every two to three months. This doesn't include the coupon mailers they have been sending out lately. I'm a points saver, and here's why: Every once in a while they have an excellent promotion for spending your points. Several years ago when the Ipod Nano was that tiny little square with a screen, they were giving one for redeeming 16-19000 points (can't remember exact amount) The product was around $160 in stores I believe. They were excellent little presents for Christmas. Also we have redeemed 50000 for an Ipod Touch, another present, and 29000 for a Tassimo when they were first coming out and sold out everywhere. Last year I think they were giving iPads for around 119000 points. They also occasionally clear out items but you have to randomly check the website for those.

    Aside from those 'specials', I have always found the better deals to be the $20 Purdy's card, 8000 points (great just before Christmas for those oops forgot a gift times) and the 29000 points for $100 Jim Pattison Toyota (other dealers as well).

    If you're big into collecting points, the flyer as well as tags in store advertise bonus points for buying certain products.
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    Couldn't agree with you guys more, just stared to really build and save my points in the last 7 months and I'm 20000 points from a round trip ticket to Hawaii. We have a wedding there next year. Goal is to get two tickets. Loving more rewards.
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    I use my points for Gift Cards to use as stocking stuffers every Christmas. Great for teen nd adult stockings.
    So many coupons....so little time!

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    I wish you could buy GCs with PC points. That would be awesome too!

    I always get the movie passes - make for great teacher gifts, too!
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    A few more to add.....


    Seasnax Roasted Seaweed Snack 15g, Save $1 (Sept 15th - 17th)
    http://ofgserver.com/weeklyemails/sh...wk37_lunch.pdf


    Dare Bear Paws Cookies 315 to 360g, B1G1 Free (Sept 13th - 19th)
    http://ofgserver.com/weeklyemails/sh...peanutfree.pdf


    Dempster’s Garden Vegetable Bread, Save $1.50 (Sept 20th - 26th)
    http://ofgserver.com/weeklyemails/sh...ter_coupon.pdf


    Imperial Margarine
    (1.36 kg) & earn 250 points (Sept 20th - 26th)
    http://ofgserver.com/weeklyemails/sh...ial_coupon.pdf


    Enfamil A+ Ready to Feed Formula 18 x 237 mL, Save $10 (Sept 21st -26th)
    http://ofgserver.com/weeklyemails/sh...38_newmoms.pdf


    Western Family Low Calorie Cranberry Cocktail, B1G1 Free (Sept 23rd - 25th)
    http://ofgserver.com/weeklyemails/sh...thwellness.pdf


    Conte’s Pierogies. Also Ravioli, Gluten Free, 340.2g. Save $2 (Sept 24th - 26th)
    http://ofgserver.com/weeklyemails/sh...glutenfree.pdf
    Last edited by Autumn7; Sun, Sep 15th, 2013 at 02:35 AM.
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    Not sure on the price of the garden veg bread....On Friday I plan on pm shoppers (2.99 until Friday) and stack with $1.50 websaver coupon

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