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[Circle K] Send Thank You's - free CK item

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Send Thank You's - free CK item

Retailer:
Circle K
From Circle K -

We want to send Little Thank Yous to you and the other hard working heroes who are keeping our communities going.

We are so grateful for all that you do.

Send a little Thank You to hard working heros. Whether it may be a nurse, doctor, daycare provider, truck delivery driver, mail man, TTC driver etc.

Here is the direct link:

https://circlekthanks.ca

Add your phone number or anyone who is working out there to help support the community. You will get a a text with the link to redeem, much like the previous CK contests.

You get to choose from a polar pop, Froster, coffee, CK brand chips, peanuts or a water. 5 minute timer when you redeem in front of a cashier.

This offer is for a limited time.

Fine print:
Open to anyone within Canada. Offer must be redeemed at Circle K, Couche-Tard, or Mac’s Convenience Stores in Canada. Customers must have a mobile phone number with access to the internet in order to redeem coupons in-store.
Last edited by crayola1 on Jun 21st, 2020 1:13 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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[OP]
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Should I delete this thread?
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crayola1 wrote: Should I delete this thread?
I don't see why that is a different thread, that coupon book isn't available in all of Canada while this is.
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This offer from the same company that had a publicity offer of drinks for front line health workers which turned out to be fake!
It's NOT FREE when you have to pay for it!
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WMPCOT wrote: I don't see why that is a different thread, that coupon book isn't available in all of Canada while this is.
By the way ... If I am not mistaken the book(s) in that other thread were possibly reported to work in excluded provinces in those books' terms and conditions.
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sahands334 wrote: This offer from the same company that had a publicity offer of drinks for front line health workers which turned out to be fake!
This offer / this coupon book ... will either work or won't ... time will show.

I am not driving as often as before by circle k nowadays ... so who knows if I'll even make it there before coupons' expiry, which I believe (it was mentioned in the other thread) is on April 24.
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Just as I thought ..... ^ :)

Is one able to use more than one coupon per day in this book though?
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Darkman wrote: Just as I thought ..... ^ :)

Is one able to use more than one coupon per day in this book though?
You only get to choose one item, not all.
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Darkman wrote: Per day, you mean?
No, one item. My coupon book said to choose one of the items.

After I redeemed the chips, all coupons went to offer limit reached.

Maybe your coupons are different than mine.
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nice expiry dates this time 2 weeks :D thanks OP!
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Balduno wrote: No, one item. My coupon book said to choose one of the items.

After I redeemed the chips, all coupons went to offer limit reached.

Maybe your coupons are different than mine.
Maybe they meant "per day" without mentioning it ... -- just check back with that book again ... the next day or in a day or two ... to double-check. :)
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Darkman wrote: Maybe they meant "per day" without mentioning it ... -- just check back with that book again ... the next day or in a day or two ... to double-check. :)
This is what it currently shows.
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Balduno wrote: This is what it currently shows.
Oh ... I see ... Strange seeing that, considering their history of offers.
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Darkman wrote: Oh ... I see ... Strange seeing that, considering their history of offers.
It does say choose one on the coupon page. At least that’s what it shows for me.

History doesn’t often mean much. Companies can change their policies/rules regularly, moreso in today’s world.
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Balduno wrote: It does say choose one on the coupon page. At least that’s what it shows for me.

History doesn’t often mean much. Companies can change their policies/rules regularly, moreso in today’s world.
That's what I meant ....
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Darkman wrote: That's what I meant ....
I’m not sure what you mean.

For me, if the wording is choose one, then it means only one and not all.

The wording on the other coupon books is not the same.
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Balduno wrote: I’m not sure what you mean.

For me, if the wording is choose one, then it means only one and not all.

The wording on the other coupon books is not the same.
That's what I meant :)

Was hard to believe they went that way ... but whatever ... They are in charge after all :)

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