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Family Size Christie Cookies $0.99 - Metro App Oct 29- Nov 4 Ontario

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[Metro] Family Size Christie Cookies $0.99 - Metro App Oct 29- Nov 4 Ontario

Metro App will have Christie Cookies in Family Pack sizes for $0.99 starting Oct 29th.
Not sure if there are any limits.
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Last edited by colonelsmoke on Oct 27th, 2020 12:40 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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colonelsmoke wrote: Metro App will have Christie Cookies in Family Pack sizes for $0.99 starting Oct 29th.
Not sure if there are any limits.

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Likely the same as the past offers have been... It is LIMIT ONE per AM/My Metro account, at least if they are all the same type... Not sure if it would work if you got different types of Christie Crackers/Cookies (I.E. Each pack going down to $0.99)
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Please put ON only because in QC we dont have this
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So scan the app in store and it will ring as 0.99?
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Mondelez needs to keep their Mexican cookies in Mexico.

I wouldn't buy these, I rather support local when possible.

But thank you OP, upvoted because it's a good deal.
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SuperPaulette wrote: Mondelez needs to keep their Mexican cookies in Mexico.

I wouldn't buy these, I rather support local when possible.

But thank you OP, upvoted because it's a good deal.
You know the Mondelez factory (formerly Christie) is in North York on O’Conner and Bermondsey and they moved the factory outlet store right across the street has been like this for years even before Mondelez bought them out.
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markopas wrote: You know the Mondelez factory (formerly Christie) is in North York on O’Conner and Bermondsey and they moved the factory outlet store right across the street has been like this for years even before Mondelez bought them out.
Not the same story for the Montreal location.
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zyngasweater wrote: So scan the app in store and it will ring as 0.99?
1. Download the app
2. Log in to your Metro account which is tied with your AirMiles card #
3. Load the coupon(s) you desire
4. Checkout with your Airmiles number. No need to show Metro app at all
5. You should see the price adjusted at the till before paying.
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markopas wrote: You know the Mondelez factory (formerly Christie) is in North York on O’Conner and Bermondsey and they moved the factory outlet store right across the street has been like this for years even before Mondelez bought them out.
Ahhh good memories visiting that location. Buying in bulk is the way to go :)
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6060842 wrote: Not worth installing an app and allowing data to be harvested for a bag of kiddie cookies .
There is a new deal each week, and since they can limit it so effectively by tying it to Air Miles membership, there should be some good loss leader/at cost deals going forward. So think big picture. Obviously not worth driving far for it, but if you have a Metro near other places you frequent, it's decent. As for the app, it only wants location. You can just turn it off. The only thing they'll learn about me is that I buy one item that's deeply discounted when I fancy it...
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6060842 wrote: Not worth installing an app and allowing data to be harvested for a bag of kiddie cookies .
There has been great loss leader deals in the past weeks already:
Last week: Paper towels (metro-bounty-paper-towels-4-6-pack-2-99-2406039/)
This week: Bacon (metro-schneiders-bacon-375g-1-99-metro- ... 8-2411610/)
Next week: Cookies

They seem to be replacing the not too popular Tuesday Flash Sale with this. Hopefully the deals will continue.
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6060842 wrote: Not worth installing an app and allowing data to be harvested for a bag of kiddie cookies .
Just using your air miles card gives them the info they want to look at purchase tendencies. I logged into the metro app last week and it told me I could get 2 cases of Barqs for $9. Clearly targeted since it's the pop I drink out of all the Coca-Cola products. And was also a lie since Barqs is nowhere to be found these days.
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DragonRider wrote: 1. Download the app
2. Log in to your Metro account which is tied with your AirMiles card #
3. Load the coupon(s) you desire
4. Checkout with your Airmiles number. No need to show Metro app at all
5. You should see the price adjusted at the till before paying.
Nofrills on Thursday then.
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zyngasweater wrote: Nofrills on Thursday then.
Depending on cashier, app exclusive deal may not get honoured for price matching, especially when selected types are not clearly listed.
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6060842 wrote: Not worth installing an app and allowing data to be harvested for a bag of kiddie cookies .
your data is already being harvested. why not save some money while you're at it?
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ExtraHoardernaire wrote: your data is already being harvested. why not save some money while you're at it?
Agreed. People who are afraid their data is being tracked should never own a phone or get on the internet.
Might as well stay in the 80s.
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I'm going to try price match this at NoFrills by using a screenshot of flyer. The ad doesn't specify weight but that yellow triangle on corner of package says "family size"
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