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[No Frills] Ontario: 15k bonus PC Optimum pts with $100 purchase Feb 1-3

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[No Frills] Ontario: 15k bonus PC Optimum pts with $100 purchase Feb 1-3

No Frills Ontario is offering a bonus of 15000 PC Optimum points on any purchase totaling $100 or more this Thursday, Feb 1st to Sat, Feb 3. Not sure if offer is available in western provinces.
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Don't forget to check/bring your other flyers for price match opportunities
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GiOBoY wrote: Does buying gift cards count?..

(I'm thinking Canadian Tire / Amazon / Petro Canada / Esso)
gift cards, tobacco, alcohol, lottery tickets, etc-- all the usual suspects--- are excluded
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Also, oddly, Geraldton, Kenora and Thunder Bay locations are excluded from this offer
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Forgive my laziness: How much is 15k pts worth with the new points program?
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Ducky wrote: $15
I've got 96k points in my optimum account. Does this mean they'll be worth 95$ instead of the usual 170$?
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MontrealParis wrote: I've got 96k points in my optimum account. Does this mean they'll be worth 95$ instead of the usual 170$?
https://www.pcoptimum.ca/
Per the PC Optimum calculator, 96,000 Optimum points gets converted to about $170 in PC Optimum points as of Feburary 1st (i.e., the value of points you have today is preserved when it gets moved over to PC Optimum points instead)
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does't seem that hot , its hard to spend 100$? well im comparing it to the old sdm where u get 18500 for 75 lol
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mikka2017 wrote: does't seem that hot , its hard to spend 100$? well im comparing it to the old sdm where u get 18500 for 75 lol
15% cash back on groceries is very hot. Especially considering No Frills accepts price matches and you can choose to buy staples and low margin items.
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SkiLLz wrote: 15% cash back on groceries is very hot. Especially considering No Frills accepts price matches and you can choose to buy staples and low margin items.
Ya.. good deal for sure.

I need a lot of stuff for my super bowl party so timing is very good also!
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mikka2017 wrote: does't seem that hot , its hard to spend 100$? well im comparing it to the old sdm where u get 18500 for 75 lol
Agreed. I've had a few personal offers when spending $75 and can't seem to get there.

The reason, meal planning. When you know in advance what you're going to cook the the week, you end up buy much less groceries.
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Dont recall the last time I spent over 100$ at No Frills... Maybe Costco.
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Pretty hot when you also stack with the promo of spend $20 in Pepsi and Frito Lays products and getting 6K points back
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Anomaly_X wrote: Pretty hot when you also stack with the promo of spend $20 in Pepsi and Frito Lays products and getting 6K points back
Isn't that promo for Shoppers Drug Mart only?
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Ummm both are posted in the No Frill's flyer....last page on the flyer that starts tomorrow
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I have a bunch of PC Points. Can I use 100,000 PC Points to pay for $100 worth of groceries and still get the 15,000 points back?
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Loblaws/Superstore/Independent (ON) is doing this as well. Spend $150 and get 20K PC Optimum.
Provigo/Maxi (QC) is running the same deal as No Frills.

All are the same dates.

Sweetness for free points!

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