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Uber eats / Netflix gift card 10K PC points for every $100

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msjoanna wrote: Same here - was charged tax as well.
I believe that they charge tax, and then when you use the balance for a purchase on the Uber app, you aren't charged tax.
I will tell my grandchildren about the deal I got on an HP Touchpad at the Bank street staples thanks to rfding.
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fightbriz wrote: Should either of these cards have tax? Or is $100 you pay $100?
only tax on Netflix
Uber card, no tax
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May 25, 2009
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It seems like you could use points towards purchasing the cards? Or is it that you can, but you just won't get the 10k?
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Jul 20, 2010
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If I buy one $500 card, will I get 50k points, or does it have to be separate 5 x $100 cards?
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Keigotw wrote: Most No Frills accept Mastercard

my local No Frills now accepts Visa too ( not sure if all location do that now)
As all NF are independent, it depends on the location. One will take Visa and another gives me need to be over $50 BS...
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fightbriz wrote: It seems like you could use points towards purchasing the cards? Or is it that you can, but you just won't get the 10k?
Wouldn't risk it as you may not be getting the points
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muffin4life wrote: Wouldn't risk it as you may not be getting the points
I wonder if points can be used towards gift cards at all, ignoring the 10k bonus
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fightbriz wrote: I wonder if points can be used towards gift cards at all, ignoring the 10k bonus
No, PC optimum points can't redeem for gift cards

https://www.pcoptimum.ca/company-policy ... conditions
7. Earning and Redemption Exclusions
PC Optimum points cannot be earned or redeemed for any of the following: (i) the purchase of tobacco, lottery tickets, or alcohol, (ii) deposits (e.g., a water bottle deposit, as it is not a purchase), (iii) gift cards, prepaid card products and wireless or long distance phone cards, (iv) transit tickets and passes, event tickets and post office transactions; (v) passport photos, (vi) cash back, (vii) gifts with purchases, (viii) delivery charges (where applicable), (ix) purchases made through non-participating licensed merchants located within or adjacent to Participating Stores or Program Participants, (x) any other products or services that may not legally be offered in connection with the Program, including pharmacy-related transactions in certain provinces (see below for more information about pharmacy-related transactions), or (xi) any other products or services that we may specify from time to time or where prohibited by law. The Program may permit you from time to time to earn or redeem PC Optimum points in certain jurisdictions for some of the products and services listed above on a time-limited, promotional basis or otherwise, where permitted by law.
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This is actually a decent offer, especially if you have the Scotia Momentum Visa Infinite Card which you can earn 4% on "groceries" at NoFrills. So with the 10k points, worth at least $10 dollars (potentially more with redemption bonus), you are talking about at least 14% discounts or more.
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Sep 13, 2007
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My No Frills only had $60 Netflix cards tonight.....I'm going to grab $100 worth of cards from another retailer and take them to/activate at NoFrills. SDM had "choose the amount"cards in July.
Last edited by Kfox on Aug 27th, 2021 12:39 am, edited 1 time in total.
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fightbriz wrote: I wonder if points can be used towards gift cards at all, ignoring the 10k bonus
No need to wonder. At one point, it was allowed but they closed that long ago when there was a crap load of PC points hacks/ fraud. The system knows not to deduct your points from the GC purchases if you had a mix purchase of stuff and GCs

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Oct 1, 2012
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Where do you see this promo? Flyer or App. YMMV? ON? I don’t see this on neither
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No worry. See this promo on the flyers for the next week
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Kfox wrote: My No Frills only had $60 Netflix cards tonight.....I'm going to grab $100 worth of cards from another retailer and take them to/activate at NoFrills. SDM had "choose the amount"cards in July.
Is that technically stealing or just douche?
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canucks4life wrote:
Is that technically stealing or just douche?
Douche would be advertising 10k points on $100 spend then only stocking $60 cards
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Jul 18, 2004
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Just got $200 Netflix. No tax.
20,000 shown on receipt and already in account

And another store: $500 in $50 Uber cards.
50,000 points
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pandachan88 wrote: In Ontario
Just got $200 Netflix. No tax.
20,000 shown on receipt and already in account

And another store: $500 in $50 Uber cards.
50,000 points
If I buy one $500 card, will I get 50k points, or does it have to be separate 5 x $100 cards?

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