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[No Frills] 3,000 PC Points for every $30 on Almost anything in store (YMMV)

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[No Frills] 3,000 PC Points for every $30 on Almost anything in store (YMMV)

Just checked my PC Optimum app and came across this. This is the first time i am getting an offer like this for No Frills, usually it is for Shoppers Drug Mart. But it is welcome and i Understand it is YMMV. i am a little confused though as it says both "total store spend" and "in a single transaction" in the offer terms (see attached photos)
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Apr 25, 2017
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Richmond Hill
That's your personal offer. Huge YMMV.
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Kitchener
> "total store spend" and "in a single transaction" in the offer terms

just means you can only use the offer once and get 3000 pts per 30$ spent
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ablok wrote:
Feb 1st, 2019 4:04 pm
> "total store spend" and "in a single transaction" in the offer terms

just means you can only use the offer once and get 3000 pts per 30$ spent
What i was wondering is if it means "spend 30 bucks on a single product and get 3k points" or "spend 30 bucks total in store and get 3k points"
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RobbieL3164 wrote:
Feb 1st, 2019 4:04 pm
That's your personal offer. Huge YMMV.
I understand it is personal. the reason i posted is so others could check their own PC optimum app and see if they got the same offer.
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Feb 9, 2016
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This is personal offer, I got 7500 points for $75 spending
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Gangsta101 wrote:
Feb 1st, 2019 4:16 pm
What i was wondering is if it means "spend 30 bucks on a single product and get 3k points" or "spend 30 bucks total in store and get 3k points"
It means 3000 points for every $30 spent, combined, after coupons, etc.. net cost, so if you buy $90 worth of stuff, you get 9000 points...
The first rule of RFD is, you do not talk about RFD.

The second rule of RFD is, you DO NOT talk about RFD.
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Toronto
Got offer 7,500 for $25 on pepsi also. Would it stack with 3000 for $30 from no frills?
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Toronto, ON
Smh. I got 20x the points on milk...

I don't even drink milk.
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jackass_ca wrote:
Feb 1st, 2019 4:26 pm
It means 3000 points for every $30 spent, combined, after coupons, etc.. net cost, so if you buy $90 worth of stuff, you get 9000 points...
Thanks for clearing this up. here is me on my way to use the $110 PC gift card i got for christmas. Stock up on everything for the next year. LOL
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Oct 11, 2018
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Toronto
Very YMMV I guess, mine is 7500 pts for $25 spent on drinks like Pepsi, Tropicana etc
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This is just your own personal offer. Some people get them all the time, others get them occasionally. It comes down to your shopping habits.

I have received ones for RCSS as well.

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