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[Loblaws] HOT - PC Insiders Annual Membership $49.50 (50% off)

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Jan 9, 2013
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White City

[Loblaws] HOT - PC Insiders Annual Membership $49.50 (50% off)

Promo code can be found in email titled "Exclusive offer! Save 50% off a PC Insiders annual membership.".

Some people have had success with promo code 2EOAP5.

Benefits:

20% back in PC Optimum points on select brands (Diapers is the key one for us. Similar to like Amazon Prime's 20% off subscriptions)

Get free shipping and grocery pickup on select services

Annual subscribers receive a $99 PC Travel credit toward your next getaway
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Last edited by Petford on Dec 16th, 2018 11:48 am, edited 3 times in total.
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Oct 4, 2016
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i was reading this over yesterday and it sounds like a good deal..
but one of the deal breakers i noticed was.. you only get 20% off selected brands.. joe fresh and PC ORGANICS are two of them for example...

im not sure if id get the benefit limiting myself to pc organic stuff which usually has a mark up..

if im wrong and theres also regular PC items then please correct me !
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Apr 12, 2013
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BC
Thanks OP, tried but 'code does not exist'. Will look out for an email.
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Jan 2, 2013
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Mississauga
promo code worked for me - 55$ with taxes in. Thanks OP!
Newbie
Mar 29, 2007
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Thanks OP. Been a regular PC Points user for years. Worth the $55 to try it for a year and see if it's worth while.
Member
Dec 6, 2008
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Do u know if existing subscribers can get this deal somehow. I just subscribed for $99 couple of weeks back!
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Nov 21, 2011
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Need to spend $260 (5 X $52) per annum on qualified products to get your money's worth., that's about $5 a week. If you are a big joe fresh buyer this could easily be done. Note that you get either 20% in points or the in-store offer, whichever is higher, so it does not stack on in-store offers.
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flopticalcube wrote:
Dec 16th, 2018 12:31 pm
Need to spend $260 (5 X $52) per annum on qualified products to get your money's worth., that's about $5 a week. If you are a big joe fresh buyer this could easily be done. Note that you get either 20% in points or the in-store offer, whichever is higher, so it does not stack on in-store offers.
The free pick up should also be factored in. For us that's the biggest feature.
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Nov 21, 2011
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keyser-soze wrote:
Dec 16th, 2018 12:34 pm
The free pick up should also be factored in. For us that's the biggest feature.
Never used that feature, how much is it?
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May 18, 2007
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Toronto
Until Loblaw seriously ups their game this ain't the least bit 'hot'. Which is why they're deep discounting just a week after broadly launching it.

I seriously think it must have been Galen Weston's wife that came up with the concept - kinda like Melina Gates infamous "Clippy". This thing should have died in an early brain storming session!!

Here's an idea: how 'bout dedicated express lane, free paper bags, one free grocery delivery per month and bonus points on everything you buy - not just on horribly overpriced organic food!?! That could be worth paying for... but there's very little appeal in what they're currently offering!
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flopticalcube wrote:
Dec 16th, 2018 12:38 pm
Never used that feature, how much is it?

$5 per pick up for peak time. So we will easily use it 12 time through the year.

Wife puts in order and I pick it on my way home from work. Or she goes to get it and doesnt have to drag two kids under age of 3 in the store.

But ti be honest the real benefit is not buying random stuff while walking around the store. Lol. That easily save us $10 per visit
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canada_dry wrote:
Dec 16th, 2018 12:39 pm
Until Loblaw seriously ups their game this ain't the least bit 'hot'. Which is why they're deep discounting just a week after broadly launching it.

I seriously think it must have been Galen Weston's wife that came up with the concept - kinda like Melina Gates infamous "Clippy". This thing should have died in an early brain storming session!!

Here's an idea: how 'bout dedicated express lane, free paper bags, one free grocery delivery per month and bonus points on everything you buy - not just on horribly overpriced organic food!?! That could be worth paying for... but there's very little appeal in what they're currently offering!
For us we will use more then 12 pickups easily through the year. So its def hot for us.
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Aug 29, 2017
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I would like to use the pick up but I don't trust we would get the freshest items when they pick. Shopping at my Loblaws store, expiry dates on things like bread, cold cuts, etc can range usually from the next day or two to 1-2 weeks so when shopping I'm always needing to look at tags to get the freshest. I suspect if I do online I will get the items about to expire and not the freshest.
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Dec 24, 2011
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toronto
After applying the code i still see yearly subscription fee as $99 does it come down in the final step?

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