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[Loblaws] $15 off $50 online grocery code - new customer only

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[Loblaws] $15 off $50 online grocery code - new customer only

Get $15 off $50 online Grocery Code - new customers only

August 2nd - 26th

use code: FRESHSAVINGS

$3 service charge - input code at checkout when entering payment information

Can be used for RCSS, Loblaws and Zehrs
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finpudding wrote:
Aug 2nd, 2017 9:39 am
Mark. Maybe register a new account ?
you can probably create multiple accounts and use the coupon over and over...
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Or you could do online groceries via Walmart, which is already 30% cheaper for the same stuff + they have at least $10 off coupons every month and dropped their $3 service fee.
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slava86 wrote:
Aug 2nd, 2017 10:27 am
Or you could do online groceries via Walmart, which is already 30% cheaper for the same stuff + they have at least $10 off coupons every month and dropped their $3 service fee.
Yes, I would prefer Walmart. Lots of people live downtown with no car, Loblaws is easier access for them.
Plus - lots of people hooked on the PC Points...
Last edited by blues45 on Aug 2nd, 2017 10:32 am, edited 1 time in total.
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is it just me or is the website sketchy?

When I add 1 sirloin burger to my cart, it correctly shows the sale price of $8.98. However, if I add 2 burgers to my cart, it jumps back to its regular price of $12.
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blues45 wrote:
Aug 2nd, 2017 10:32 am
Yes, I would prefer Walmart. Lots of people live downtown with no car, Loblaws is easier access for them.
Plus - lots of people hooked on the PC Points...
Walmart is better. My wife's friend works at Walmart Head office and she says they try to pick you all the best stuff
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rich24 wrote:
Aug 2nd, 2017 10:55 am
Walmart is better. My wife's friend works at Walmart Head office and she says they try to pick you all the best stuff
Yeah, not come my experience. Both walmarts in town gave me rotten veg and almost expired meat when I ordered. YMMV but I won't be ordering anything fresh from walmart online again anytime soon. OH, and they have no idea what the difference between regular lettuce and romaine is apparently. Swapped three times..
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rich24 wrote:
Aug 2nd, 2017 10:55 am
Walmart is better. My wife's friend works at Walmart Head office and she says they try to pick you all the best stuff
I'd second that. I've had a total of 12 Walmart orders so far and only once I had 1 tomato that had a tiny little rotten part which I've cut out without problems.

Also Walmart pick up customer service is great. I once forgot a bag in my trunk and thought the guy who carried my groceries didn't bring it to me. I called the customer service and they refunded me no questions asked. I found the bag in my trunk a week later and felt bad.
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Also, RCSS not part of their online ordering unless I am missing something.
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Fraggle wrote:
Aug 2nd, 2017 11:36 am
Yeah, not come my experience. Both walmarts in town gave me rotten veg and almost expired meat when I ordered. YMMV but I won't be ordering anything fresh from walmart online again anytime soon. OH, and they have no idea what the difference between regular lettuce and romaine is apparently. Swapped three times..
The odd time I'd get an item with a short expiry but otherwise Walmart has been great for me and I've used it a lot. Getting a refund on those items was also as easy as shooting them an email. Loblaws is good too but as already mentioned it is more expensive and for me it's less convenient to get to. I'll probably try to place an order using this code since there are a bunch of PC products I like.
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blues45 wrote:
Aug 2nd, 2017 10:32 am
Yes, I would prefer Walmart. Lots of people live downtown with no car, Loblaws is easier access for them.
Plus - lots of people hooked on the PC Points...
We both know that 'easier' = more expensive in capitalism, you pay for convenience.
PC points is just another rewards program that isn't transferable to other stores. Cash back on some credit cards is better.
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Fraggle wrote:
Aug 2nd, 2017 11:45 am
Also, RCSS not part of their online ordering unless I am missing something.
I'm sure it's coming, all big chains will have to do it to stay competitive.
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slava86 wrote:
Aug 2nd, 2017 10:27 am
Or you could do online groceries via Walmart, which is already 30% cheaper for the same stuff + they have at least $10 off coupons every month and dropped their $3 service fee.
Do you mean Walmart have dropped the 3$ service fee on the pickup ?
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slava86 wrote:
Aug 2nd, 2017 11:50 am
We both know that 'easier' = more expensive in capitalism, you pay for convenience.
PC points is just another rewards program that isn't transferable to other stores. Cash back on some credit cards is better.
PC Points plus cash back on credit cards, that's how you collect.

100% Loblaws is more expensive, but when I was living downtown, walking to Loblaws vs taking the subway to a Walmart was a convenience I was willing to pay.

These days, I normally just hit up Costco most of the time
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