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[Costco] Get $25 OFF a purchase of $100 or more on Costco.ca when you pay with Masterpass (ENDS DEC. 9)

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Paulmolive wrote:
Oct 11th, 2017 10:23 pm
I had the exact same problem. On the bottom right corner of the masterpass window, it was set to EN US. I set it to EN CAN and it worked after.
Thank you! I was going around in circles till I read your post : )
Aug 29, 2017
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Oct 11th, 2017 9:00 pm
Completely agree! and I am still cautious and sceptical at some. Remember if its too good to be true... it is!

But what I do like is that we can see members activity and their past posts.

I would never buy from someone with 1 post.

Either way, I just thought I would highlight this with Christmas/ Black Friday / Cyber Monday coming up and gift cards being popular office gifts.

Also BIG shoutout to trystee and their hard work posting gift card discounts weekly (https://forums.redflagdeals.com/various ... 17-2108968)

Sometimes I buy a gift card for date night (say for the keg) when I see they are on sale 20% off. but then life happens and can't make it out. Next week, when they are not on sale anymore I'm happy to sell the same $100 for $80 to one of our fellow members for no loss to me, and a $20 savings to them.

But again... people can be sketchy so you have to look for trusted, active, and honest members
For sure, it's definitely considerably lower risk when buying from someone who's been here for awhile and has a good reputation! But yeah I do feel your pain... been trying to sell some Frank and Oak gift cards locally for awhile now with no interest lol. I think another part of the problem is connecting with the stores customer base. A Costco gift card is a whole lot easier to sell since it's so versatile (buy food, electronics, clothes, household items, appliances, etc.) than a gift card for a very particular place (i.e. particular restaurant, clothes store).
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just got 3 jugs of 0w20 castro edge total 96 bucks after tax. Thats a good deal :)
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Dec 9, 2009
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Bought a nice wedding ring for $107 and got the $25 discount. Sweet deal! And protected by Costco return policy
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TracyWater wrote:
Oct 12th, 2017 1:58 am
Looking at the Panasonic KX-TG153M corded phone with 3 headsets. Currently it's $145. Best buy is selling it at $109.

https://www.costco.ca/Panasonic%c2%ae-K ... 02607.html
https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/pa ... 91253.aspx

Anyway to ask Costco price match it? It will make it total $84 after $25 coupon.
BestBuy is refurbished so I don't think it's fair to price match anyway
Apr 17, 2009
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I just try to bought playstation network cards and the order got cancelled within seconds...
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Thatdealguy wrote:
Oct 11th, 2017 6:37 pm
Isn't that considered as a fraud ?

For example: if you bought a new TV to watch the Super Bowl and then return it after the game, it's still considered as a fraud. I saw it on The news before and they have a special term for that.
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Has anyone tried with getting steelie wheels?
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Is it me or did Costco remove the gift cards? I can't find any Amazon, Best Buy, etc.
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Thanks, OP.
Bought an XBone, and got $25 off.
I have tried Masterpass in the past, but the interface between it and the Canadian Tire Options MasterCard was, to say the least, kludgy.

If my local Costco ever installs a gas bar, I'll be switching to the Capital One card, pronto.
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carmaster wrote:
Oct 11th, 2017 8:59 pm
I have a MBNA Master Card and Capital One Master Card. Will it work? So Master Pass is just the online quick pass service that works if you have a Master Card?
Yes, exactly. You can use any MasterCard; it doesn't have to be a Costco issued MasterCard. The point of this promotion is to get people to sign up to MasterPass. Whether it's "quicker" is questionable.

In the past, when I've run into online sites that required MasterPass to pay via credit card, I usually just said, "Screw it", and used PayPal/MasterCard instead. I think someone at MasterCard finally clued in, or at least, convinced Costco it was a good thing.
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Want to buy something for $99.99...what's everyone buying for fillers? The lowest priced items are around $20-$30..


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