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[No Frills] Tide (13 Pods/1.18L Liquid) or Bounce Sheets (60s) $1.47 After Coupon at No Frills (West)

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[No Frills] Tide (13 Pods/1.18L Liquid) or Bounce Sheets (60s) $1.47 After Coupon at No Frills (West)

The B.C. No Frills has 13-count Tide Pods, 1.18L Tide Liquid and 60-count Bounce Dryer Sheets on for $2.97 this week.

Use the coupon at P&G for $3 for two: https://www.pgeveryday.ca/offers

Get each for $1.47 when the dust clears. There's also a $1-off coupon there too. And the $1-off coupon is also at Smart Source.
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Literally drove out right when I saw this! Thank you. I spent $3.70 in total for two Tide Simples. You get 26 Tide Pod Simples if you buy two 13 packs, but I went the more price-efficient route and bought two 25-load liquid detergent bottles. This'll go well with when I do laundry with non-clothing items that don't need the full power of Tide Pods (e.g. clothes, mop heads, microfiber cloths).
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tomtomtom wrote: Thanks OP.

Pod sucks. The packets always stuck on the rubber gaskets on my front loader. Will stick with liquid.
I never even thought of getting those until I got a sample or something. I found that the value seemed better. Like more one-pod loads than I got with the liquid. I always wash in cold water and find I have to use more liquid than they say.
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Tummers wrote: Literally drove out right when I saw this! Thank you. I spent $3.70 in total for two Tide Simples. You get 26 Tide Pod Simples if you buy two 13 packs, but I went the more price-efficient route and bought two 25-load liquid detergent bottles. This'll go well with when I do laundry with non-clothing items that don't need the full power of Tide Pods (e.g. clothes, mop heads, microfiber cloths).
I'm glad you had no problems. Sometimes cashiers can be weird about printable coupons. It can get annoying.
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I'll try free oxyclean first, mentioned in other thread. Most cashiers where I go price match food basics.
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TheHans wrote: Sometimes cashiers can be weird about printable coupons. It can get annoying.
You may get $1-off mfg coupon at Walmart.
Check the ailse at the entrance or at front of detergent sheves, where they have the Tide in cardboard boxes, there are tons of coupon booklets attached. Expiry is July 31 though.
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maverikbc wrote: I'll try free oxyclean first, mentioned in other thread. Most cashiers where I go price match food basics.
Great offer, but Food Basics is only in Ontario I think.
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oahu wrote: You may get $1-off mfg coupon at Walmart.
Check the ailse at the entrance or at front of detergent sheves, where they have the Tide in cardboard boxes, there are tons of coupon booklets attached. Expiry is July 31 though.
Did you try to price match this at Wal-Mart? And is that coupon just for Wal-Mart or can it be used at any other store? The $3 for two is still better, but a $1 manufacturer's coupon is great as a backup, just in case a store won't accept the printable one.
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TheHans wrote: Great offer, but Food Basics is only in Ontario I think.
Two of the rcss I frequent, most cashiers price match nationwide. Apparently their system allow to enter any competitors nationwide. When they ask me which store the flyer is from, I sometimes say the name of a not well known but local store.
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