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[Amazon.ca] Nintendo Switch $399.99 with $30 gift card

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[Amazon.ca] Nintendo Switch $399.99 with $30 gift card

Not much of a deal but it's a free $30 amazon gift card
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Mar 22, 2016
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I'm pretty sure a regular 20% off sale at SDM will save you more money, even before you start stacking other coupons. Also, Switches were going for under $250 after tax a few weeks ago. Cold.
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windrixx wrote: I'm pretty sure a regular 20% off sale at SDM will save you more money, even before you start stacking other coupons. Also, Switches were going for under $250 after tax a few weeks ago. Cold.
250 for a switch, where and when?
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Mar 22, 2016
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JRGUINNESS wrote: 250 for a switch, where and when?
Time machine and all, but SDM BF had $125 GC and let you stack 10k points per $50 spent as the Optimum offer. If the cashier didn't know how to enter the GC on the receipt, you got 80k points on top of a $125 GC, and have to pay $452 (13% HST) up-front. $452-125-80 = $247
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Oct 1, 2018
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windrixx wrote: Time machine and all, but SDM BF had $125 GC and let you stack 10k points per $50 spent as the Optimum offer. If the cashier didn't know how to enter the GC on the receipt, you got 80k points on top of a $125 GC, and have to pay $452 (13% HST) up-front. $452-125-80 = $247
Definitely missed this :(
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Actually the return was potentially even better.

If the cashier made a mistake entering the coupon you got those 10k points / $50 spent on the GC "spend" as well.

I had purchased 2x switches in one transaction and received a total of 225,000 points + $250 in GC!
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windrixx wrote: Time machine and all, but SDM BF had $125 GC and let you stack 10k points per $50 spent as the Optimum offer. If the cashier didn't know how to enter the GC on the receipt, you got 80k points on top of a $125 GC, and have to pay $452 (13% HST) up-front. $452-125-80 = $247
Their system does it for them so they could never enter it incorrectly. I've done tons of transactions like that at SDM and it's always automatic
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Mar 22, 2016
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User381785 wrote: Their system does it for them so they could never enter it incorrectly. I've done tons of transactions like that at SDM and it's always automatic
I got the 10k/$50 on the full $400 actually, as I wound up buying a 2nd one and returning it against the 1st one which I used the wrong offer on, and the cashier for the refund didn't bother to touch the gift card. But like you said, generally the system should remove the $125 from the amount eligible for offers.

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