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[Loblaws/Provigo] Downy Unstopables/Gain Fireworks with coupons, points offer, CO51 - final price for 10 bttles in ONT is 0.09, 0.89 in QC

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Downy Unstopables/Gain Fireworks with coupons, points offer, CO51 - final price for 10 bttles in ONT is 0.09, 0.89 in QC

Price:
3.99
Retailer:
Loblaws/Provigo
In the Loblaws and Provigo flyer on the front page, in the fine print of the Tide/Downy bottle, it also includes Downy Unstopables and Gain Fireworks 162g
5 Downy Unstopables, 3.99, used 5 x $2 coupons from smartsource/P&G, 5000 points earned (5x1000 points), 5x$2 CO51
5 Gain Fireworks, 3.99, used 5 x $2 coupons, 5x$2 CO51
OOP $25.89
Received 5000 points
Claimed 5 x $2 for Downy Unstopables ($10)
Claimed 5 x $2 for Gain Fireworks ($10)
After coupons, points, and CO51, total price is 89 cents
Did this on 2 PCO cards 2 CO51 accounts, OOP for 20 bottles is $1.78
Receipts are already approved and ready to cash out at $20.

In Ontario, taxes are lower so your final price for 10 bottles is 9 cents.

I think my math is correct, so please correct me if I wrong.

I did the Downy at Provigo in Montreal, and price matched the Gain at RCSS with Loblaws flyer in Ontario.

So my actual final price for 10 bottles is 48 cents, 20 bottles was 97 cents.

If you only buy the Downy Unstopables, you will make a profit.
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Jun 8, 2011
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i did this deal on with Downy only on Saturday when RCSS was having no tax day :) Money Maker!
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bwabwa wrote: i did this deal on with Downy only on Saturday when RCSS was having no tax day :) Money Maker!
I did the Gain on Saturday at RCSS and I got charged tax, at least I got 2% less tax.
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Jun 8, 2011
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activjust80 wrote: Aren't we limited to one coupon?
Depends on the store. Unless the coupon says "limit on per customer", most stores take multiple coupons
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Jun 8, 2011
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couponmummy1 wrote: I did the Gain on Saturday at RCSS and I got charged tax, at least I got 2% less tax.
Anything to save on tax is always nice! :)
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Popping in to say that the offers are limited.
I did the Downy early Saturday morning, came home and uploaded our receipts.

Then at RCSS, uploaded receipts for the Gain from the store since they have free wifi instead of driving all the way home.
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Jan 6, 2013
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Can anyone share a capture of the coupon from smartsource if they have it? Having issues printing coupon, ignoring my default printer.
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masterdealio wrote: Can anyone share a capture of the coupon from smartsource if they have it? Having issues printing coupon, ignoring my default printer.
You cant show a picture to get 2.00 off you have to print it
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Oct 26, 2010
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damn WM only carries the 285g

is there a way to print more than 2 coupons on smart source?
keeps saying ive already printed
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NavieM wrote: damn WM only carries the 285g

is there a way to print more than 2 coupons on smart source?
keeps saying ive already printed
Use VPN, and sign up with a disposable email: 10minutemail.com.
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Jan 6, 2013
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Mamabearrina wrote: You cant show a picture to get 2.00 off you have to print it
I am aware... I'm asking if anyone can share the coupon here as an image as the FDF files are giving me more trouble that I care to work through.
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masterdealio wrote: I am aware... I'm asking if anyone can share the coupon here as an image as the FDF files are giving me more trouble that I care to work through.
If you go through P&G, you can download as a pdf.
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do you guys actually use this stuff or are you buying because it's a money maker?

I don't mind buying and donating to a shelter but would be awkward to get asked what to do with that stuff as it doesn't clean clothes, only makes it smell better.
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Oct 7, 2007
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I love an excellent deal BUT does anyone find the smell of both of these products to be over the top? My neighbour uses this stuff and when they run their dryer I can't actually go outside because the smell is so intense. I am not the kind of person who is against smells or perfumes but some of these laundry products are bordering on a level of intensity that makes me wonder if people are able to actually wear their clothes after washing without going crazy from the smell.
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To get the 5x1,000 points. Do I have to buy 1 reload 1, buy 1 reload 1 etc? or if did you buy 5 on one receipt and get 5,000 points?
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JayTee1 wrote: To get the 5x1,000 points. Do I have to buy 1 reload 1, buy 1 reload 1 etc? or if did you buy 5 on one receipt and get 5,000 points?
Buy them all in one receipt.
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crayola1 wrote: do you guys actually use this stuff or are you buying because it's a money maker?

I don't mind buying and donating to a shelter but would be awkward to get asked what to do with that stuff as it doesn't clean clothes, only makes it smell better.
My daughter loves these stuff. She's building her stockpile for when she moves out.
I personally hate the smell. I find them overpowering. I don't use these.

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