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[Real Canadian Superstore] The Mobile Shop: iPhone 6s for less than $15

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[Real Canadian Superstore] The Mobile Shop: iPhone 6s for less than $15

TMS in RCSS is offering 300000 pc points (300 dollars worth) for Koodo's I Phone 6s.
Phone tab is $240+ activation $35 + tax@13% becomes 311 dollars.
My final price will be less than 15 dollars.
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Is this one of those ones you can cancel the next day or so?
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grantz wrote:
Jan 6th, 2019 10:19 pm
Is this one of those ones you can cancel the next day or so?
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I believe BestBuy has similar deal.
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I think points are worth a lot more than dollars because of Super Spend Your Points days. Best Buy also only has prepaid visas in $150 denominations that cost $6.95 each.
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Diafel wrote:
Jan 6th, 2019 11:14 pm
I think points are worth a lot more than dollars because of Super Spend Your Points days. Best Buy also only has prepaid visas in $150 denominations that cost $6.95 each.
So one is make believe and another can be used as cash... what exactly is the advantage to points?
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kvkraju wrote:
Jan 6th, 2019 10:18 pm
TMS in RCSS is offering 300000 pc points (300 dollars worth) for Koodo's I Phone 6s.
Phone tab is $240+ activation $35 + tax@13% becomes 311 dollars.
My final price will be less than 15 dollars.
Beware, TMS salespeople have told some that their PC Points will be clawed back if they cancel within 90 days, which makes this deal much less hot than the equivalent one at Wal-mart / Best Buy (where you can get prepaid Visa gift cards which cannot be clawed back).
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Diafel wrote:
Jan 6th, 2019 11:14 pm
I think points are worth a lot more than dollars because of Super Spend Your Points days. Best Buy also only has prepaid visas in $150 denominations that cost $6.95 each.
You can use the 150 anywhere including Loblaws locations with bonus points available.
danascully wrote:
Jan 7th, 2019 2:03 am
So one is make believe and another can be used as cash... what exactly is the advantage to points?
Maybe you are being obtuse itentionally. Points are as good as cash within Loblaws ecosystem. You buy the exact same things with the exact same exchange rate as dollars.

Canadian government promises a dollar can be used in trade to buy stuff and it has a value beyond it's paper / digital format
Visa promises they will provide 1 dollar for every dollar of CREDIT on their cards
Loblaws promises they will provide 1 dollar exchange for every 1000 points.

1000 points is equal to 1$. If you buy enough items at loblaws then there literally is no value difference between cash, visa card, and PC points.
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Zeeman wrote:
Jan 7th, 2019 2:09 am
Beware, TMS salespeople have told some that their PC Points will be clawed back if they cancel within 90 days, which makes this deal much less hot than the equivalent one at Wal-mart / Best Buy (where you can get prepaid Visa gift cards which cannot be clawed back).
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wow, i can't imagine using iphone 6 still, isnt it smallAF and slow now? 4 gens ago! might be worth it if it was a 7plus
#notflipping
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mikka2017 wrote:
Jan 7th, 2019 7:06 am
wow, i can't imagine using iphone 6 still, isnt it smallAF and slow now? 4 gens ago! might be worth it if it was a 7plus
#notflipping
Agreed, most iPhones are a mess to work with after current gen because of Apple's tendency to cripple them. That's why I stick to Android, and in this case, Samsung. Not to knock the appeal of current gen iPhones, price aside.
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mikka2017 wrote:
Jan 7th, 2019 7:06 am
wow, i can't imagine using iphone 6 still, isnt it smallAF and slow now? 4 gens ago! might be worth it if it was a 7plus
#notflipping
If not gaming on it, works just fine. I use one myslelf and i find the size just right. I findr the pocketability of the 6s suits me just fine. Again, other than games, most apps really dont use much of the cpu/ram.
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6s is the same size as the 8.

Personally i feel the iphone plus size phones are for woman who carry purses.

Dont really understand what people do on phones that needs such a massive screen. But then again i’m still part of the SE masterrace (basocally the 6s brain im the smaller 5 shell).

My wife has an x and the only thing to envy is her camera quality.
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redflagdealsguy wrote:
Jan 7th, 2019 7:11 am
Agreed, most iPhones are a mess to work with after current gen because of Apple's tendency to cripple them. That's why I stick to Android, and in this case, Samsung. Not to knock the appeal of current gen iPhones, price aside.
While I despise Apple, I have to say from my experience supporting my wife's Apple stuff that they are actually very useable for several generations. She's still using an iPhone SE (same size as 5 but with 6 internals) and aside from taking advantage of the $35 battery replacement, the phone still runs quite nicely. I was a big believer in Android but ever since getting my Pixel 3 I have to say I'm losing a lot of faith in Google.

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