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[Canadian Tire] Big Bonus Day - 20x (30x-40x with CT Mastercard) March 11 in store only

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On a regular day how much is CT money worth?
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Yeah but most of their prices are always at least 4% more than other big chain stores. Good deals always have very limited quantities. They have become a store that you would not want to buy from unless its on sale.
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sirxterminator wrote:
Mar 9th, 2017 2:54 am
Yeah but most of their prices are always at least 4% more than other big chain stores. Good deals always have very limited quantities. They have become a store that you would not want to buy from unless its on sale.
Even better :-)

We'll not only match any local competitor’s regular or advertised in-store retail price on an identical in-stock item, we’ll beat it by giving you an additional 10% of the lower price in Canadian Tire 'Money'.
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slava86 wrote:
Mar 8th, 2017 11:42 pm
Would be easier to just get the app on your phone. Look for it in the play/app store.
Yes it's free & detached from their Mastercard mess. I now exclusively fill up at their gas stations using the Canadian Tire gift cards that go on sale every 2-3 months + use the virtual card on the phone. The Canadian Tire money adds up quite fast that way and then you can pay with it for anything in the store - service included.
Will do. thanks for the info. no wonder last time the cashier asked me if I have that card. So even if we pay with credit card, we can still collect Cdn Tire Money if we have this card? in the past, you only get cdn tire money if you pay with cash. I gave up paying with cash, so now I pay everything there via credit card.
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ricedion wrote:
Mar 9th, 2017 9:02 am
Will do. thanks for the info. no wonder last time the cashier asked me if I have that card. So even if we pay with credit card, we can still collect Cdn Tire Money if we have this card? in the past, you only get cdn tire money if you pay with cash. I gave up paying with cash, so now I pay everything there via credit card.
Yes even if you use credit card to pay you still collect with the CT money.
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sirxterminator wrote:
Mar 9th, 2017 2:54 am
Yeah but most of their prices are always at least 4% more than other big chain stores. Good deals always have very limited quantities. They have become a store that you would not want to buy from unless its on sale.
CT "regular" prices are quite a tall tale. May as well be selling mattresses... I find them similar to SDM in that they have a 'generous' rewards program but really you are paying a premium for it on almost everything except for a few loss-leaders to try and entice you. Their return policy is among the worst, here in Vancouver least, so for that alone I avoid them for most purchases.
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ToolHound wrote:
Mar 9th, 2017 3:55 pm
CT "regular" prices are quite a tall tale. May as well be selling mattresses... I find them similar to SDM in that they have a 'generous' rewards program but really you are paying a premium for it on almost everything except for a few loss-leaders to try and entice you. Their return policy is among the worst, here in Vancouver least, so for that alone I avoid them for most purchases.
I stand this, even some of their "on sale" prices are inflate
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djredhat wrote:
Mar 9th, 2017 7:33 am
Even better :-)

We'll not only match any local competitor’s regular or advertised in-store retail price on an identical in-stock item, we’ll beat it by giving you an additional 10% of the lower price in Canadian Tire 'Money'.
A lot of Canadian Tires don't like to give you the additional 10% when things are on sale. Plus a lot of the customer service cashiers don't understand what "10% of the lower price" means.
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Mar 9th, 2017 3:55 pm
CT "regular" prices are quite a tall tale. May as well be selling mattresses... I find them similar to SDM in that they have a 'generous' rewards program but really you are paying a premium for it on almost everything except for a few loss-leaders to try and entice you. Their return policy is among the worst, here in Vancouver least, so for that alone I avoid them for most purchases.
+1

Candian Tire, Best Buy, The Bay have hilarious "regular prices". Mattress and luggages always make me chuckle.
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I have a really stupid question for all the guys saying Canadian Tire is overpriced compared to their competitors; who are their competitors that are cheaper? I am moving out soon and need to buy some basic tool stuff like socket sets, hammers, etc. so I want to know where to go.
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aquariaguy wrote:
Mar 9th, 2017 8:31 pm
A lot of Canadian Tires don't like to give you the additional 10% when things are on sale. Plus a lot of the customer service cashiers don't understand what "10% of the lower price" means.



+1

Candian Tire, Best Buy, The Bay have hilarious "regular prices". Mattress and luggages always make me chuckle.
Mattresses and luggage *chuckle* :)

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aquariaguy wrote:
Mar 9th, 2017 12:54 am
On a regular day how much is CT money worth?
0.4 cent/$1 spent = 0.4% = not much unless you have CT Option MC.
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djredhat wrote:
Mar 9th, 2017 7:33 am
Even better :-)

We'll not only match any local competitor’s regular or advertised in-store retail price on an identical in-stock item, we’ll beat it by giving you an additional 10% of the lower price in Canadian Tire 'Money'.
I clicked this thread to say the exact same thing! You can always find their products for even a few cents cheaper at other local big box stores, like Walmart. Have em price match to get 10% value back in CT money, then multiply by an additional 20? Seems like a good opportunity to go buy my yearly motorcycle oil and chain de-greaser, since I KNOW walmart has it for about a buck less per quart.
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