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Dollarama now on Instacart, $10 off $20, check email/app

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[Dollarama] Dollarama now on Instacart, $10 off $20, check email/app

I'm in the North York area, Instacart Express user and got a notification and email that they've now added Dollarama to Instacart and they sent me a $10 off $20 offer as well. See attached image. Looks like it's a targeted offer. Terms and conditions:
*$10 CAD Off is valid through 9/15/2021 at 11:59PM PT and is valid only in Canada for one order of $20 CAD or more with Dollarama and purchased through Instacart.ca, while supplies last. Discount will be applied to the total purchase price for all non-alcohol products, and excludes taxes, service fees, special handling fees and/or other fees; offer cannot be applied to alcohol products. Deliveries subject to availability. In order to take advantage of this offer, customers must have a valid account on Instacart.ca with a valid form of accepted payment on file. Only one offer per household. Instacart reserves the right to modify or cancel this offer at any time. Offer may not be sold, copied, modified, transferred or used retroactively for prior purchases. Void where restricted or prohibited by law. Offer may not be combined with any other sale, promotion, discount, code, coupon, and/or offer. Offer has no cash value. Instacart is not a retailer or seller. Instacart may not be available in all zip or post codes.

In the app it notes that they're in-store prices which is pretty nice if you have Instacart Express already and want a quick order - even if you don't have the discount if you don't want to make the trip.
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Wonder what the markup of products is like ..
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Seriously, how lazy are we getting as a society? Convenience stores on uber eats, dollarama on instacart?

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Not gonna downvote as the OP is sharing a deal but wow...
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kr0zet wrote: Seriously, how lazy are we getting as a society? Convenience stores on uber eats, dollarama on Instacart

Not gonna downvote as the OP is sharing a deal but wow...
It's not about laziness. It's about COVID.
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kr0zet wrote: Seriously, how lazy are we getting as a society? Convenience stores on uber eats, dollarama on instacart?
Not gonna downvote as the OP is sharing a deal but wow...
Eh, some people are lazy, yes. But there are a lot of people that could use this, like people with disabilities. Don't be ignorant.
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muffin4life wrote: Wonder what the markup of products is like ..
Same prices as in store, not sure about added fees though
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kr0zet wrote: Seriously, how lazy are we getting as a society? Convenience stores on uber eats, dollarama on instacart?

Not gonna downvote as the OP is sharing a deal but wow...
You're starting to sound like me. Careful.

This is highly bigoted against... blah blah blah.

@Derek, this is quite useful for businesses as well.

Upvote for utility.

Thank you, sir.
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First thought: This is the dumbest thing ever.
Second thought: Wonder if they can find that Ring lamp from the other Dollarama thread. Can't find that anywhere...
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Maybe people are busy working or sick or cause of covid ? Who says there lazy
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Sep 22, 2020
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dude... a lot of old people are living in fear and actually need this service
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what happens if the dasher can't find one of the items? will it be canceled without charges or they will still charge me the service fee % of that product?
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Thatdealguy wrote: what happens if the dasher can't find one of the items? will it be canceled without charges or they will still charge me the service fee % of that product?
Should be the same as when you buy groceries with Instacart, cancelled without charges. You can text chat with the shopper as well for any items not listed as a specific request. I looked through, definitely a lot of missing items right now, probably still adding them.
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Thatdealguy wrote: what happens if the dasher can't find one of the items? will it be canceled without charges or they will still charge me the service fee % of that product?
I ordered from costco using Instacart the shopper was not able to fin the items he called me from store asking if I want substitute items. For couple of things i took it and some I cancelled no fees charged for cancelled it
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Derek wrote: Should be the same as when you buy groceries with Instacart, cancelled without charges. You can text chat with the shopper as well for any items not listed as a specific request. I looked through, definitely a lot of missing items right now, probably still adding them.
I am an instacart shopper. if an item isn't in stock, the item will either be refunded and you wont be charged or you will be given the option to select a replacement item by the shopper. you will still receive the rest of your order. you will still be charged the delivery fees. instacart doesn't get special access to anything, so if you're trying to find a hard to find item, the shopper wont likely be able to find it either.
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kr0zet wrote: Seriously, how lazy are we getting as a society? Convenience stores on uber eats, dollarama on instacart?

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Not gonna downvote as the OP is sharing a deal but wow...
What a weird thing to virtue signal about. Super narrow minded and out of touch. Surely you could have thought about it for a second instead of looking down on everyone else?
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Mlj223 wrote: What a weird thing to virtue signal about. Super narrow minded and out of touch. Surely you could have thought about it for a second instead of looking down on everyone else?
I don't think those rays of sunlight hit his basement window.
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Mlj223 wrote: What a weird thing to virtue signal about. Super narrow minded and out of touch. Surely you could have thought about it for a second instead of looking down on everyone else?
Nice to see your Facebook language degree coming in handy. If you think I'm grand standing you sadly missed the point, triggered as you are. :facepalm:
Jokerpersona wrote: I don't think those rays of sunlight hit his basement window.
LOL, As a home owner, yes my basement does get light. Is your bedroom in your parents house south facing so that you too can partake in some sunlight?
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kr0zet wrote: Nice to see your Facebook language degree coming in handy. If you think I'm grand standing you sadly missed the point, triggered as you are. :facepalm:
Try to say what you were saying without coming off like a douche (again)
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BinhP47170 wrote: dude... a lot of old people are living in fear and actually need this service
I highly doubt they are using instacart.

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