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ztauby wrote: Thanks for posting. Does anyone have those pans that can comment on quality. Thanks
I have not seen these pans personally. However I did see the Tramontina Enamelled cast iron pot they had a few months back, and I thought it looked like garbage - poor quality on the enamel in particular, not evenly applied, and there was some pitting. I'm sure "these are fine" but I wouldn't waste my money on them personally. If you can afford something higher quality like Staub you should do that - you will have them for a lifetime.
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dragonflower77 wrote: Yup, you pay taxes on the original full price, then coupon is applied after the taxes, so not sure how they even get away with listing it the way they do.
No tax on cheese.
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dragonflower77 wrote: Yup, you pay taxes on the original full price, then coupon is applied after the taxes, so not sure how they even get away with listing it the way they do.
Coupon is before tax. Besides, there is no tax on cheese or any other grocery product.
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Good to know that is how Costco does it. I’ve never looked closely to calculate as I’m alway buying tons of items but those cash coupons are always applied after taxes on the full price when I check out online. I looked more into it and found this on the tax tips website about coupons. Apparently, if it’s not a manufacturer’s coupon, the vendor can choose how they apply the coupon - prior or after taxes.

https://www.taxtips.ca/gst/coupons.htm

GST/HST Treatment of Coupons, Manufacturers' Rebates, and Gift Certificates

Have you sometimes wondered why, when you buy an item which is on sale, you have to pay GST or HST on the original price? Many stores have in-store coupons that they apply, without the customer having to bring the coupon to the store themselves. Often, when a coupon is applied to reduce the price, the tax is charged on the full price before the coupon.

There are different types of coupons, and two different treatments for these coupons. Sometimes the GST or HST is charged on the selling price before the amount of the coupon is applied, and sometimes it is charged based on the net amount after the coupon is applied.

Reimbursable Coupons

These coupons are also called manufacturers coupons. The vendor accepting the coupon from a customer is entitled to be reimbursed by the manufacturer or another third party. When this type of coupon is used for a taxable purchase, the GST or HST is applied to the full price of the item, and then the value of the coupon is deducted. For instance, for the purchase of a taxable item with a price of $10 in Ontario, with a $3 coupon being accepted from the customer, the HST would be calculated as follows:

Price of item $10.00
HST @13% 1.30
Subtotal $11.30
Less coupon (3.00)
Net charge to customer $8.30

Non-reimbursable Coupons

These coupons are issued by the vendor, so the vendor is not being reimbursed by some other entity for the value of the coupon. The coupon may entitle the customer to a reduction of a fixed dollar amount or a percentage amount. With this type of coupon, the vendor can either

reduce the price of the item before calculating the GST or HST, so the tax charged is lower, or treat the coupons in the same manner as a reimbursable coupon, and charge the GST or HST on the full price of the item before deducting the coupon amount. If the coupon is not treated by the vendor as a reimbursable coupon, the following example shows how the HST would be calculated in Ontario, using an item priced at $10 and a $3 coupon:

Price of item $10.00
Less coupon (3.00)
Subtotal $7.00
HST @13% .91
Net charge to customer $7.91

vanpatrick81 wrote: I don't think so. It's fuil price - coupon = sub-total * tax = total price. Just looking at the receipt I have in front of me and that's how it's calculated.

I think what you're talking about is those "cash coupons" that they give you after spending $x. That's how they calculate things with those.
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Correct, no tax on cheese. Should have clarified coupons on non grocery item, but some groceries items do have taxes added to them like if you buy a tub of ice cream - no tax, but if you buy a box of individually packaged ice cream bars, you get taxed.
alpovs wrote: No tax on cheese.
sunnyinon wrote: Coupon is before tax. Besides, there is no tax on cheese or any other grocery product.
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dragonflower77 wrote: Good to know that is how Costco does it. I’ve never looked closely as I’m alway buying tons of items but those cash coupons are always applied after taxes on the full price when I check out online. I looked more into it and found this on the tax tips website about coupons. Apparently, if it’s not a manufacturer’s coupon, the vendor can choose how they apply the coupon - prior or after taxes.

https://www.taxtips.ca/gst/coupons.htm

GST/HST Treatment of Coupons, Manufacturers' Rebates, and Gift Certificates

Have you sometimes wondered why, when you buy an item which is on sale, you have to pay GST or HST on the original price? Many stores have in-store coupons that they apply, without the customer having to bring the coupon to the store themselves. Often, when a coupon is applied to reduce the price, the tax is charged on the full price before the coupon.

There are different types of coupons, and two different treatments for these coupons. Sometimes the GST or HST is charged on the selling price before the amount of the coupon is applied, and sometimes it is charged based on the net amount after the coupon is applied.

Reimbursable Coupons

These coupons are also called manufacturers coupons. The vendor accepting the coupon from a customer is entitled to be reimbursed by the manufacturer or another third party. When this type of coupon is used for a taxable purchase, the GST or HST is applied to the full price of the item, and then the value of the coupon is deducted. For instance, for the purchase of a taxable item with a price of $10 in Ontario, with a $3 coupon being accepted from the customer, the HST would be calculated as follows:

Price of item $10.00
HST @13% 1.30
Subtotal $11.30
Less coupon (3.00)
Net charge to customer $8.30

Non-reimbursable Coupons

These coupons are issued by the vendor, so the vendor is not being reimbursed by some other entity for the value of the coupon. The coupon may entitle the customer to a reduction of a fixed dollar amount or a percentage amount. With this type of coupon, the vendor can either

reduce the price of the item before calculating the GST or HST, so the tax charged is lower, or treat the coupons in the same manner as a reimbursable coupon, and charge the GST or HST on the full price of the item before deducting the coupon amount. If the coupon is not treated by the vendor as a reimbursable coupon, the following example shows how the HST would be calculated in Ontario, using an item priced at $10 and a $3 coupon:

Price of item $10.00
Less coupon (3.00)
Subtotal $7.00
HST @13% .91
Net charge to customer $7.91
so either way, we still pay thru our nose. LOL. good to know. tnx.
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that yardistry deal will be great for anyone looking to get that size of a gazebo on sale.
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Nav416 wrote: Damn it Costco, wallet not safe!
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Thanks for posting the coupons, haven’t got one yet
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darkhorz1 wrote: Any idea how's the Stanley hand truck? Do professional movers use it? Are there any additional features to look for?
S.O.B.!

Bought this is November at $80. Still a great price, but at $60, this is a steal!

The hand truck is okay. It's not heavy duty but will do the job for anything 150lbs or less.

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A for op effort, big F for food “sales”.

Real food on sale seems to be like the rotary phone - thing of the past.

Can’t blame Costco though….
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Looks like Rao's sauce is $2 higher than before. It was 9.99 when it on sale in the past.
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Just think of Costco "coupons" as really just being a Costco "flyer".
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Any opinions on the Sony 55” X85J? It’s $100 cheaper than Amazon/Visions/Bestbuy with the usual Costco benefits. Good reviews. Warm?
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secsbox wrote: Any opinions on the Sony 55” X85J? It’s $100 cheaper than Amazon/Visions/Bestbuy with the usual Costco benefits. Good reviews. Warm?
I have the 75" X85J and love it for movies.
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Interested in the Galanz mini fridge. Anyone have any of their products? Looking to get it for the kids play room/bar area.
Costco and I have a love/hate relationship.
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Just did a Costco run today and a bunch of items I got are coming onsale. Is the price adjustment period 2 weeks or 30 days? I can’t remember.
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addeal1987 wrote: Just did a Costco run today and a bunch of items I got are coming onsale. Is the price adjustment period 2 weeks or 30 days? I can’t remember.
30 days and need to be in stock.

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