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[President's Choice] Holiday offer everyday until Christmas with PC ID/PC Optimum

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[President's Choice] Holiday offer everyday until Christmas with PC ID/PC Optimum

This offer is for only PC Optimum (or PC ID) users. You should have PC Optimum account to get this offer.

If you already have PC Optimum app installed then you just have to open it and click on 'Get your holiday offers'. Every day new offer will be revealed until 25th December
Alternatively, you can login to https://www.pcoptimum.ca/ with your user id and password and you can click on the day

Offer started today so today is 'Day 1'.
Offer is valid for one time use only. Click on 'view details' on everyday's offer to get detailed information.

Edit:
Daily offer is valid for 3 days. New offer opens at midnight.

Day 1 : Spend $15 on any size of PC batteries (AA, AAA...) and get 7500 points (which is worth $7.5) - 50% worth of money, Expires: Dec 5
Day 2: Get a new PC Financial Master card and new PC Money Account and earn up to 150,000 points (which is worth $150), , Expires: Dec 6
Day 3: Get 25000 (worth $25) points when you subscribe for PC insider membership, Expires Dec 7
Day 4: Get 1500 (worth $1.5) when you by PC Gold bar chocolate (90g or 100g), Expires Dec 8
Day 5: Get 100 points (Equivalent to 10% discount) for every $1 spent on select Ship-to-home toys, Expires Dec 9
Day 6: Get 50,000 points (Equivalent to $50 / 30% discount) when you spend $150 on shop.shoppersdrugmart.ca, Expires Dec 10
Day 7: Get 5,000 points (Equivalent to $5) when you buy PC or PC Blue Menu Goat Cheese Log (300g), Expires Dec 11
Day 8: Get 2000 points (Equal to $2) when you buy PC Butter Puff Pastry and PC Phyllo Pastry 450g or 454 g, Expires Dec 12
Day 9: Get 150,000 points (which is worth $150) when you get a new PC Financial Master card on your first purchase in participating store and new PC Money Account, Expires: Dec 13
Day 10: Get 25,000 points (which is worth $25) when you place first PC Express order of $125 or more, Use code: PCHOLIDAY, Expires: Dec 14
Day 11: Get 2500 points (which is worth $2.5) When you buy PC Chocolate Covered Nuts, Cranberries or Raisins (250g, 340g, 400g), Expires: Dec 15
Day 12: Get 40,000 points (which is worth $40) When you spend $125 or more in-store or online at wellwise.ca with code WELLWISE, , Expires: Dec 16
Day 13: (Today's offer) 15-Dec Get 25,000 points (which is worth $25) When you spend $50 or more at The Mobile Shop, Expires: Dec 17
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Last edited by chintan155 on Dec 15th, 2020 11:57 am, edited 21 times in total.
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Aug 12, 2006
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My app isn't getting this. Anyone else?
Newbie
Nov 30, 2016
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Its showing in my account

Day 2
150k (up to) points on new PC credit card
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mlkemac wrote: (...)
Day 2
150k (up to) points on new PC credit card
Actually, no gift there: it's the regular $100 for opening a new credit card and the regular $50 for opening a PC Money account.

Cheap Santa! Angry Face
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Aug 6, 2019
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Ottawa
Temporel wrote: Actually, no gift there: it's the regular $100 for opening a new credit card and the regular $50 for opening a PC Money account.

Cheap Santa! Angry Face
Yup he had to let go some of the elves to make this work.
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Apr 11, 2006
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Nothing to see yet. Just hit snooze until there's actually something good.
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Dec 18, 2008
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Its funny when I was a new PC Optimum customer I got a ton of good offers. Now I've been using the app every week the offers get worse and worse.
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Oct 24, 2010
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window shopper wrote: Its funny when I was a new PC Optimum customer I got a ton of good offers. Now I've been using the app every week the offers get worse and worse.
I've been noticing that if I use a lot of offers in a given week, the next week's offers are terrible. If I don't use any, or only one or two, for a couple weeks in a row, then I start seeing good offers again.
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Oct 24, 2010
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X24Secret wrote: Update your app.
Yes, requires an app update to see what OP sees.

Before updating I saw the offers just listed as normal offers with a short expiry, so they were still there. After updating, I see the Holiday Calendar.
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Sep 4, 2007
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I got offer 7500 pts for $15 spend on batteries...and I just happen to need C cell type ones. Does anyone know if Loblaws carries C type batteries?
THE CHILDREN ARE FINE!!!
Member
Jun 15, 2018
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Toronto
Day 2 is just their usual promo for the PC financial MC and money account...trash-tier holiday offer
Newbie
Jun 24, 2010
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I have a friend who got a PC Money account. After one month he was suddenly locked out. When I say 'locked out' I mean he had no access to his money. Customer service told him they could not reverse it and could not even tell him why he was locked out. They said they would need 10 business days to sort it out. Despite several calls, there was never a supervisor available.

Eventually they told him it was an IT issue and he would need to wait for a new card to be mailed. He had no access to his money for nearly a month! Months have passed and he still has not received his optimum points for sign up.

It took nearly 5 months and 7 e-mails for me to receive my optimum points for PC Financial credit card sign-up. Half the time their app doesn't work. I would not recommend the money account or the credit card. They don't have their act together.
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Nov 19, 2009
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Dynatos wrote: Yes, requires an app update to see what OP sees.

Before updating I saw the offers just listed as normal offers with a short expiry, so they were still there. After updating, I see the Holiday Calendar.
No luck here in iOS. I don't see it anywhere on the offer page. Updated to the latest one this morning.
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Mar 6, 2013
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Saint John, NB
I got an email from them telling me about this but I have reinstalled the app and tried logging in on my PC but still not getting the holiday offers.
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Aug 21, 2019
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Is Shoppers' "20x faster" the best offer other than the "redemption day" events?
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Niccus wrote: Is Shoppers' "20x faster" the best offer other than the "redemption day" events?
The best IMO is redeem X amount of points and get 40% back in points.
It's a rare personal offer: maybe a few times per year.
20 X the points (30%) is a good one.
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Nov 10, 2011
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LyGuy wrote: I got offer 7500 pts for $15 spend on batteries...and I just happen to need C cell type ones. Does anyone know if Loblaws carries C type batteries?
loblaws.ca. Pick your store. Search for "PC batteries". Figure out how many batteries you gotta buy to hit $15. Good luck.
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Temporel wrote: The best IMO is redeem X amount of points and get 40% back in points.
It's a rare personal offer: maybe a few times per year.
20 X the points (30%) is a good one.
The best is to use both - buy something when you get a 20x offer (most weeks) and then save the points for Mega Redemption type offers.

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