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[Loblaws] Diapers 10,000 PC Optimum Points for every $50

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[Loblaws] Diapers 10,000 PC Optimum Points for every $50

Starting tomorrow get 10,000 optimum points for every $50 spent on either Pampers or Huggies diapers and training pants. Good for stocking up for people who are PC insiders as they are removing the diaper & formula discount October 8.
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Mar 30, 2018
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PC insider wont get points on diapers after oct 8th?
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Jul 9, 2020
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Yes they are changing the program unfortunately.
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Nov 4, 2013
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New insider subscriptions prior to Oct 8th still won't have the diaper & formula discount right?
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May 5, 2017
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contactgreg wrote: New insider subscriptions prior to Oct 8th still won't have the diaper & formula discount right?
Seems like so. That basically kills the deal. No point of buying from Loblaws anyone
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Jul 22, 2019
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srz5095 wrote: PC insider wont get points on diapers after oct 8th?
Yup.

Loblaws is effectively killing PC Insider program. There's literally no incentive to sign up for it.
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simplypop wrote: Yup.

Loblaws is effectively killing PC Insider program. There's literally no incentive to sign up for it.
Not exactly, they are removing the 20% on diapers, but they are also adding 10% across all PC products. So instead of 20% off huggies example, you would get 10% for PC diapers and 10% off ALL PC products which right now you don't get anything apart from the standard PC Points. If you're a regular shopper at PC stores - no frills, superstore, fortinos, etc. - that extra 10% actually would amount to a lot if you're buying PC products and especially if your kids are getting older and don't need diapers.
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neospice wrote: Not exactly, they are removing the 20% on diapers, but they are also adding 10% across all PC products. So instead of 20% off huggies example, you would get 10% for PC diapers and 10% off ALL PC products which right now you don't get anything apart from the standard PC Points. If you're a regular shopper at PC stores - no frills, superstore, fortinos, etc. - that extra 10% actually would amount to a lot if you're buying PC products and especially if your kids are getting older and don't need diapers.


Lol bought pc diapers only once and that was it. Never again. On the other hand 10% on pc products is not bad at all .
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neospice wrote: Not exactly, they are removing the 20% on diapers, but they are also adding 10% across all PC products. So instead of 20% off huggies example, you would get 10% for PC diapers and 10% off ALL PC products which right now you don't get anything apart from the standard PC Points. If you're a regular shopper at PC stores - no frills, superstore, fortinos, etc. - that extra 10% actually would amount to a lot if you're buying PC products and especially if your kids are getting older and don't need diapers.
Wow just checked the site since you mentioned these changes.

They also removed 20% off pc organics and 20% pc black label. Removed 15x the points on shoppers and reduced 20% back from joe fresh to 10%... looks like a pretty weak program now.
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Jun 25, 2020
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Am glad I did not renew this year. The only missing advantage is free PC express and free shipping at beauty online / JF. Walmart grocery pickup is free above $50 anyway.
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simplypop wrote: Yup.

Loblaws is effectively killing PC Insider program. There's literally no incentive to sign up for it.
A lot of us signed up just for the grocery pickup.

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