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[Loblaws] Kicking Horse Coffee - $9.99 per 454gr + YMMV get 4,000 PC Points

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[Loblaws] Kicking Horse Coffee - $9.99 per 454gr + YMMV get 4,000 PC Points

This is the best deal they've had on Kicking Horse, in a while (was selling for 2 for $25.99 the other week). I bought it in-store, but I see it's on their site as well.
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Is this all roasts?

An even better deal than Amazon at the moment
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aviator_13 wrote:
May 1st, 2017 9:22 am
Is this all roasts?

An even better deal than Amazon at the moment
From OP's link it seems like they have Med and Dark roasts only in both whole bean and ground options. Supplies probably vary by store though.
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Amazon is 11.99 - $2 coupon, so basically same price.
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May 1st, 2017 10:22 am
Amazon is 11.99 - $2 coupon, so basically same price.
Only see coupon on Hola and Three sisters whole bean. Nothing else
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I saw just about every roasts in whole bean there are at this $9.99 price in my local store in Kanata. Check the Organic section (and not the coffee section), that's where they keep the majority of the KH coffee.

On Loblaws's web site, all their roasts are on sale. The offer is also available at Independent Grocer and Provigo.
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weird how this was extremely popular when amazon did it and you couldn't even check the best before dates, but now it's in a brick in mortar in most neighbourhoods for the same price and nobody cares.
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quazy wrote:
May 1st, 2017 1:04 pm
weird how this was extremely popular when amazon did it and you couldn't even check the best before dates, but now it's in a brick in mortar in most neighbourhoods for the same price and nobody cares.
+1
People prefer to have the coffee delivered to their house without stepping foot into a store maybe? Not me, I'd rather go into a BM to see the merchandise first unless it's not an option or too far or out of the way. When you go into a B&M store, you get to choose the BB date to try getting the latest roasted coffee :-)
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quazy wrote:
May 1st, 2017 1:04 pm
weird how this was extremely popular when amazon did it and you couldn't even check the best before dates, but now it's in a brick in mortar in most neighbourhoods for the same price and nobody cares.
maybe it's just me :)
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@junkmail2002

yes i have always bought it at the grocery store whenever it goes $10-12/lb. amazon delivering it for $10 was a nice novelty but nicer to just get it in person really.
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Which variety would you guys recommend?
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I just bought 2 bags of the sisters kind (haven't tested but I don't like the smell). Was surprised when I scanned my PC plus card that I got 4000 points (worth $4) for spending 10 on the coffee. Went back and got another.

In short, this deal is hot as it is actually $6 per pound of coffee when you consider the $4 of points you get with each bag.
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May 1st, 2017 9:22 pm
I just bought 2 bags of the sisters kind (haven't tested but I don't like the smell). Was surprised when I scanned my PC plus card that I got 4000 points (worth $4) for spending 10 on the coffee. Went back and got another.

In short, this deal is hot as it is actually $6 per pound of coffee when you consider the $4 of points you get with each bag.
thanks for that! I've updated the description.
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4000 pts worth $4, so the coffee just $9.99-$4 =6.99/lbs, best deal ever!
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Anyone else have the 4000 pts promo available on their PC account? I'm only seeing 1200 pts.
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