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bossini wrote:
Nov 18th, 2016 9:27 am
Ocean's Pole & Line Solid or Flaked White Albacore Tuna is on sale at the RCS for $1.00. CO51 has cashback of $1.50!
Didn't see it on the shelf in Calgary. But good if you can find it.
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bossini wrote:
Nov 18th, 2016 9:27 am
Ocean's Pole & Line Solid or Flaked White Albacore Tuna is on sale at the RCS for $1.00. CO51 has cashback of $1.50!
was getting ready to PM at FreshCo lol but they dont carry this brand
only rcss and wm
is it free :cheesygri
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Use Coupgon for free Mini-Wheats (up to $5.25) this week, and then submit the receipt for $0.75 back on CO51.
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pinkcarbonx wrote:
Nov 25th, 2016 5:33 pm
Use Coupgon for free Mini-Wheats (up to $5.25) this week, and then submit the receipt for $0.75 back on CO51.
Actually it is for up to $6.49. Here it is the trick to get more value than just the free cereal. The app will show $6.49 after scanning the CODE. Most cashier won't check the actual price of the cereal. So they will enter $6.49 credit on your transaction even though the actual price charge for your cereal is less. If the only item for your bill is the cereal, then the cash register will show a negative total for your bill. Then the cashier will have to call a supervisor over to fix the problem and the supervisor will check the actual price for your cereal and only enter the actual price, instead of $6.49 shown in your app as the credit on your bill and get a total of $0 balance. You should buy something else for your transaction to make up the difference between $6.49(the max. value on your app) and the actual price for your cereal to get more free stuff. I.e. my store has only the small box cereal for $3.98, I will get something else for at least $2.51 so the total for my transaction is at least $6.49. When your Coupgon app shows $6.49 for the cereal deal, then cashier will enter $6.49 credit for the cereal, then you will get another $2.51 for free, instead of just $3.98.
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a_1_a wrote:
Nov 26th, 2016 7:34 pm
Actually it is for up to $6.49. Here it is the trick to get more value than just the free cereal. The app will show $6.49 after scanning the CODE. Most cashier won't check the actual price of the cereal. So they will enter $6.49 credit on your transaction even though the actual price charge for your cereal is less. If the only item for your bill is the cereal, then the cash register will show a negative total for your bill. Then the cashier will have to call a supervisor over to fix the problem and the supervisor will check the actual price for your cereal and only enter the actual price, instead of $6.49 shown in your app as the credit on your bill and get a total of $0 balance. You should buy something else for your transaction to make up the difference between $6.49(the max. value on your app) and the actual price for your cereal to get more free stuff. I.e. my store has only the small box cereal for $3.98, I will get something else for at least $2.51 so the total for my transaction is at least $6.49. When your Coupgon app shows $6.49 for the cereal deal, then cashier will enter $6.49 credit for the cereal, then you will get another $2.51 for free, instead of just $3.98.
Guess it depends on the store/cashier. At RCSS/Wal;mart they would always call manager to look at the coupon since its "minus" and manager will correct it. They'll never allow you to buy other items using the extra money from the coupon lol
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a_1_a wrote:
Nov 26th, 2016 7:34 pm
Actually it is for up to $6.49. Here it is the trick to get more value than just the free cereal. The app will show $6.49 after scanning the CODE. Most cashier won't check the actual price of the cereal. So they will enter $6.49 credit on your transaction even though the actual price charge for your cereal is less. If the only item for your bill is the cereal, then the cash register will show a negative total for your bill. Then the cashier will have to call a supervisor over to fix the problem and the supervisor will check the actual price for your cereal and only enter the actual price, instead of $6.49 shown in your app as the credit on your bill and get a total of $0 balance. You should buy something else for your transaction to make up the difference between $6.49(the max. value on your app) and the actual price for your cereal to get more free stuff. I.e. my store has only the small box cereal for $3.98, I will get something else for at least $2.51 so the total for my transaction is at least $6.49. When your Coupgon app shows $6.49 for the cereal deal, then cashier will enter $6.49 credit for the cereal, then you will get another $2.51 for free, instead of just $3.98.
Most of the times, the cashier just puts the actual cost of the cereal as a refund.
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foodyforlife wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2016 9:53 pm
Guess it depends on the store/cashier. At RCSS/Wal;mart they would always call manager to look at the coupon since its "minus" and manager will correct it. They'll never allow you to buy other items using the extra money from the coupon lol
It's too bad they have to make it such a hassle (ie. calling a supervisor) just to redeem a free coupon that their parent company decided to participate in.
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CO51 has Crispix Krispies cereal $4 off. The cheapest I can find for this cereal is $4.94 at Walmart for a net cost of $0.94.

Does anyone know of a cheaper price, particularly in BC?
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minimalist wrote:
Dec 9th, 2016 12:35 pm
CO51 has Crispix Krispies cereal $4 off. The cheapest I can find for this cereal is $4.94 at Walmart for a net cost of $0.94.

Does anyone know of a cheaper price, particularly in BC?
It's $2.99 at Sobeys in Ontario...do you have Sobeys?
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lecale wrote:
Dec 9th, 2016 3:34 pm
It's $2.99 at Sobeys in Ontario...do you have Sobeys?
It's also $2.98 at RCSS in Ontario
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those Chip Ahoy Thins cookies are 1.99 at my freshco co51 has 1.50 cash back on them and there are two kinds each with limit of 3!

making them only .50 each /got 6 packs for $3

I think the rice krispies cereal is on at loblaws too 3.99? according to Flip app
is it free :cheesygri
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Just bought it today at RCSS in Richmond BC for $3.94 :)
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There's also a CO51 rebate for Sunlight dishwashing pods - up to $6 rebate any size or variety except for trial bags (10 count)

I bought the 20 count bag at Walmart for $4.99 - made a buck :)
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Buy 2: POT OF GOLD Chocolates
Earn $1.50 Cash Back
200 g - 283 g, any variety. Items must appear on the same receipt. Must spend $4.25 or more per item.

SDM has them for $4.49; Walmart $4.48
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501 wrote:
Dec 9th, 2016 9:25 pm
those Chip Ahoy Thins cookies are 1.99 at my freshco co51 has 1.50 cash back on them and there are two kinds each with limit of 3!

making them only .50 each /got 6 packs for $3

I think the rice krispies cereal is on at loblaws too 3.99? according to Flip app
Has anyone seen these Chips Ahoy thins at any PC Points establishments in GTA ? They dropped a buy $20+ Christies products and get 10K points offer for me. The 16th Ave NoFrills didn't carry the new thins.
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