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Thread: RCSS deals and CT’s SCOP!

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    I rarely go shopping this past few months because of my hectic schedule, but when I do, I make sure that I apply the golden rules of being a smartcanucker.
    1st stop Canadian Tire:

    I was checking for an oven cleaner, but they’re out on the shelves. On my way out I spotted the body brush with handle in 2.59 sign. It rang 4.59 SCOP!! The cashier didn’t mention about the SCOP, but I did asked her.Name:  BA70C996-7664-44F1-A922-2E41D3A1D286.jpg
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    2nd stop pick up Click and collect order at RCSS:

    My bill was 251.82. I bought a turkey which happened to be their promo for the week.
    Used the in-store coupon for turkey for spending $250 before tax. The lady was telling me that I should be spending $280 to get it for free but their coupon states that “the amount $30 will be deducted... “ (please see attachment). We end up meeting the Front end Manager, and I was right! Technically I just have to spend $220 before tax and the turkey is $30 , that makes $250.
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    My bill went down to 221.82 after the turkey coupon. I used manufacturers coupon amounting to $26.55. Breakdown as follows:

    Free glucerna $12.57
    Pediasure 6 x $2 total of $12
    Free lunchmate $1.98

    OOP 195.27.

    I got a free turkey, free lunchmate, free glucerna and got 22,600 points, still claiming for additional 5,600 .. So far so good
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    Last edited by dzjhow; Sat, Mar 17th, 2018 at 03:58 AM.


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    Nice shop and freebies to boot!
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    great brag
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    I forgot to tell that $83.94 of my bill went to my toddlers staples which is 6 packs of pediasure and 2 cans of enfagrow.

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    nice deals way to go

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    Quote Originally Posted by dzjhow View Post
    I rarely go shopping this past few months because of my hectic schedule, but when I do, I make sure that I apply the golden rules of being a smartcanucker.
    1st stop Canadian Tire:

    I was checking for an oven cleaner, but they’re out on the shelves. On my way out I spotted the body brush with handle in 2.59 sign. It rang 4.59 SCOP!! The cashier didn’t mention about the SCOP, but I did asked her.Name:  BA70C996-7664-44F1-A922-2E41D3A1D286.jpg
Views: 676
Size:  318.3 KB

    2nd stop pick up Click and collect order at RCSS:

    My bill was 251.82. I bought a turkey which happened to be their promo for the week.
    Used the in-store coupon for turkey for spending $250 before tax. The lady was telling me that I should be spending $280 to get it for free but their coupon states that “the amount $30 will be deducted... “ (please see attachment). We end up meeting the Front end Manager, and I was right! Technically I just have to spend $220 before tax and the turkey is $30 , that makes $250.
    Name:  0279D9B0-D62F-4429-B8ED-D1E9B6A1F582.jpg
Views: 645
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    My bill went down to 221.82 after the turkey coupon. I used manufacturers coupon amounting to $26.55. Breakdown as follows:

    Free glucerna $12.57
    Pediasure 6 x $2 total of $12
    Free lunchmate $1.98

    OOP 195.27.

    I got a free turkey, free lunchmate, free glucerna and got 22,600 points, still claiming for additional 5,600 .. So far so good
    I didn't know about this at RCSS until one of the members of staff told me. It applied to all products where you have to spend a certain amount. The only time it doesn't apply is if the deal is extra points!
    For every friend who opens a Tangerine Account with a $100 deposit using ORANGE KEY:44683723S1 www.tangerine.ca we both get $50!
    Get Swagbucks for doing surveys, searching etc ... redeem points for GCs. If you join, please use my referral link http://www.swagbucks.com/refer/colsgirl.

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