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    Quote Originally Posted by operabob View Post
    Rumour has it Save-On is bringing back price matching soon in the face of Wally World's & Tar- Jeh's policies.

    All of my near by Save-Ons do price match. So if yours hasn't done so yet, I am pretty positive they would.
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    Quote Originally Posted by operabob View Post
    Good question Live. As we know the best way to make sure your points are awarded when shelves are empty on Airmiles specials is to use "Pre Pay" rather than a rain check where you have to go to CS and get the points entered in a book and someone manually enters them later.

    I'm wondering if Save-On allows pre-pay like Safeway does.

    That way if there are not enough items on the shelves or in store you can take an item to a cashier and prepay for the others and get the points immediately, for example,

    Take 1 Carnation to the cashier but pay for 6. You'd get 2 x 2,000 pts. immediately and get a receipt to pick up the other 5 later.

    It might not be an issue at Save-On as, based on my one experience, it seems points can be entered manually at the cash register. Airmiles at Safeway can't be entered this way.

    you are right, they enter them manually, so technically they can do it...
    but, doubt if they allow Pre-Pay... have to check...

    I got 6 cans today... and last 4x Gap options gift cards from Staples sale / 4x$50 ones for total $160/
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    Quote Originally Posted by coley3 View Post
    So much to learn. I have just over 30,000 points sitting there. Haven't shopped at Save-on since the stacking stopped. Looks like I will be following this thread for deals now.
    when did save on stop the stacking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hijinx25 View Post
    Hold the phone! What do you mean Safeways have been converted to Save Ons? Have I been living under a rock??? When did this happen??
    you don't happen to know what other store are going to save on do you? i wish we could have a save on here.
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    What does ROTFLMAO stand for? Can't figure out the last 4 letters.


    Quote Originally Posted by operabob View Post
    Tommy,

    ROTFLMAO!!!!!!!

    Not to worry, I'll still be keeping the Safeway thread going. I want that millionth hit!!!!!!!!!!! And BOO better take notice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sitb View Post
    when did save on stop the stacking?
    Last fall... well, at least in my area...
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    ROTFLMAO!

    Rolling On The Floor Laughing My A$$ Off!
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    Woohoo! My SOF had oodles of carnation canned milk. Bought 24 and 6 crisco shortening and made 20,000 pts. I'm set for the year (again--last year carnation came on for $1 and there was those glorious $1 coupons that came out.) Also picked up 3 more Danone yogurt so I can mail in the upc's for a $5 MIR. Looks like I have to check out the SOF every week. There are deals to be had--you just have to be a good sleuth to find them (or be friends with the right people ).

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    Double on the B3G2,000 Invalid coupon again!
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    Bought another 3 Milk today.

    Coupon "Invalid" again.

    Cashier keyed in 2,000

    Got 4,000
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    Found out tonight that you can't redeem your points at the till like you can at RCSS. They have occasional specials which the till will and the cashier will ask you if you want to take advantage of it and redeem some points. They also have certain basic items, like butter, bread, potatoes I think which you can redeem points for anytime I believe. So in taking advantage of the carnation milk for example, yes you will earn 2000 pts this week wub 3 cans, but you still must pay the OOP amount.
    But that means I can save the points for something fun--like a flight someone warm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lavender Lady View Post
    Found out tonight that you can't redeem your points at the till like you can at RCSS. They have occasional specials which the till will and the cashier will ask you if you want to take advantage of it and redeem some points. They also have certain basic items, like butter, bread, potatoes I think which you can redeem points for anytime I believe. So in taking advantage of the carnation milk for example, yes you will earn 2000 pts this week wub 3 cans, but you still must pay the OOP amount.
    But that means I can save the points for something fun--like a flight someone warm
    Throughout the store they post grocery items that can be free or reduced with points - usually not a great deal however they can be useful in certain situations - I love to redeem for ground beef when using the old El Paso kit coupons, acts as a FPC.

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    I'll most likely make use of the ferry and hotel offers. Higher value points and I know with the hotels I'll get a cash receipt I can claim as a business expense. (Yes, I've cleared it with my accountant. )
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    Should get next week's flyer in tomorrow's community paper.
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    April 4 - 10:

    B$100G$10 gift card or 4,000pts (Apr. 5 - 10 only)

    There are also B$100G2,000pts. & B$200G5,000pts. bar coded coupons. Whether these can be combined with the B$100G$10 or 4,000pts. offer is anyone's guess.

    I'll use an average of $2/1,000 pts (yes, I know some of you use lower but some of the GCs are above $2 so this is just to give a general idea of possibilities. The first number is the price in the flyer. Second number is the price after factoring in the value of the points)

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    Buy any 5 General Mills cereals Get 3,000 (Go for the free movies)

    4.99/3.79

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    Buy any 4 General Mills products (see list) G2,000

    Source yogurt 2.67/1.67 (Subtract $1.00 from the price of any of the other eligible products to determine the effective prices)
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