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[Michaels] Michael's 50% off one item in store only exclusion apply

Used this coupon in store and was able to get a new whiteboard for the house https://canada.michaels.com/en/black-fr ... 15868.html.

Cahsier also told me there is a survey on the receipt for 25 percent off and is stackable on your next purchase, and maybe buy something small and come back to stack the 50 with the 25
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In4mer514 wrote: Used this coupon in store and was able to get a new whiteboard for the house https://canada.michaels.com/en/black-fr ... 15868.html.

Cahsier also told me there is a survey on the receipt for 25 percent off and is stackable on your next purchase, and maybe buy something small and come back to stack the 50 with the 25
Not sure if this is stackable?
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‘Excludes everyday value’

I just got caught by this on a 40% off. I had 3 separate things between myself and friends I was shopping with get labelled as ‘Everyday Value’ (craft kits, more crafts and picture frames).

I went and found the same stuff online for less with free shipping.

Micheals can shove their pricing scheme up their _.
Last edited by Seagull21 on Dec 15th, 2019 7:14 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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I think I saw same size white board at dollarama for 4 dollars.
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DavidG88021 wrote: I think I saw same size white board at dollarama for 4 dollars.
Stop lol I am going tonight to check
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They've always had this on their site. It changes to 40% off every once in a while.
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They have that coupon, literally almost everyday.
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yes they constantly have a coupon on the website. usually better towards the weekend. up to 60% sometimes.
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Wait for 55% or 60% off. It's very good to use these coupons on the more expensive art supplies. I used it on a Sakura Koi watercolour set that ended up cheaper than if I got it on Amazon.
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Used to be able to use it on the mason jars. Not anymore :(
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yao416 wrote: Used to be able to use it on the mason jars. Not anymore :(
My above point about 'Everyday Value' proven. It's BS.
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Michaels had 55% off yesterday. I think they have these promos pretty often. 40% off one item is standard.
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This store is like Canadian tire no point in buying anything unless it is at least 50% off
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These coupons are quite common. If you sign up for their emailing list you will get these coupons emailed to you.
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anyone know if we can use this 50% off on clearance items like the Christmas trees?
Let the hoarding begin.....
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I've bought E6000 Glue with the coupon before. There's a smaller tube which is Everyday Value, but the bigger one is not Everyday Value. Great stuff IMO as it holds really strong and it works on a variety of materials. Get the clear (vs white/black) as it's more versatile.

https://www.michaels.com/e6000-craft-ad ... 92536.html

This glue is uniquely formulated to meet high-performance needs—think heavy materials like wood, metal and concrete. It’s also excellent for crafts, working with an array of mediums, including fabric, glass, fiberglass, ceramics, leather, rubber, vinyl and many plastics.

Details:
3.7 fl. oz. (109.4 ml)
Washer/dryer safe
Paintable
Photo safe
Dries clear
Withstands heat up to 150 °F/66 °C




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gr8dlr wrote: EDIT: Went to the store and found out they now list all of the sizes of this glue as Everyday Value so you can't use the coupon on it.



I've bought E6000 Glue with the coupon before. There's a smaller tube which is Everyday Value, but the bigger one is not Everyday Value. Great stuff IMO as it holds really strong and it works on a variety of materials. Get the clear (vs white/black) as it's more versatile.

https://www.michaels.com/e6000-craft-ad ... 92536.html

This glue is uniquely formulated to meet high-performance needs—think heavy materials like wood, metal and concrete. It’s also excellent for crafts, working with an array of mediums, including fabric, glass, fiberglass, ceramics, leather, rubber, vinyl and many plastics.

Details:
3.7 fl. oz. (109.4 ml)
Washer/dryer safe
Paintable
Photo safe
Dries clear
Withstands heat up to 150 °F/66 °C




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gr8dlr wrote: EDIT: Went to the store and found out they now list all of the sizes of this glue as Everyday Value so you can't use the coupon on it.
Yep, with their new 'everyday value' pricing scheme it renders these coupons pretty worthless as over 75% of the stuff in the store is in that 'category'.

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