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[Safeway] Lava Hot! Blue Diamond Almond Breeze 1.89L 2 for $0.72 (after airmiles and coupon)

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  • Jun 17th, 2017 6:31 pm
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[Safeway] Lava Hot! Blue Diamond Almond Breeze 1.89L 2 for $0.72 (after airmiles and coupon)

Blue Diamond Almond Breeze 1.89L is on sale at Safeway for $3.99 each.
Buy 2 to get 50 Airmiles, which is equivalent to another $5.26 off.
In addition, they put coupons on the fridge door which is another $1 off/each.

Therefore, total price for two will be 3.99*2 - 2(coupon) -5.26(AM) = 0.72.

Check the receipt I attached.

Enjoy :)
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prairies
I wouldn't consider the 50 AM into your discount. I would say you paid $2.99 per item. So you spent $5.98 and earned 50 AM.
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Jan 5, 2016
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Edmonton, AB
Great deal for air miles cash users. Will be redeeming at Safeway/Sobeys liquor store for free drinks there.
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Oct 8, 2015
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I used to hate Safeway as well but lately I found that they have great promos at times. Save-On-Foods is always the priciest in my region.
RiCHC3 wrote:
Jun 17th, 2017 2:14 pm
Hate Safeway, but love a deal.
Wonder how far you could stack it since I only buy frozen chicken breasts there any ways on sale.
[OP]
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Why not? AM cash can be used for gas station, groceries, giftcard.... It's not worse than PC points.
The only drawback is that the miles come in several weeks after the each purchase.
marcfar wrote:
Jun 17th, 2017 12:35 pm
I wouldn't consider the 50 AM into your discount. I would say you paid $2.99 per item. So you spent $5.98 and earned 50 AM.
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Are 50 air miles really worth $5.26 now? Last time I looked into the blue Air Miles program was years ago, but it seemed like you needed a zillion miles to go anywhere.
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naticom wrote:
Jun 17th, 2017 2:54 pm
Why not? AM cash can be used for gas station, groceries, giftcard.... It's not worse than PC points.
The only drawback is that the miles come in several weeks after the each purchase.
They may be similar to PC points, but again it's not a discount. It's bonus points which could be used for cash value. This may be viewed as a good promo for those who collect AM.
A discount is generally considered a reduction in the price paid. You paid $5.98 and you got bonus of xxx in a different currency. But your still out of pocket $5.98 actual cash (or credit).

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