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[RCCS (West?)] Pepsi 10¢/can After PC Points and Super Bowl

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Pepsi 10¢/can After PC Points and Super Bowl

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RCCS (West?)
RCSS (at least in the west), is giving 6000 points (i.e., $6.00 of points) with purchase of $20 of Pepsi/Frito-Lay products.

They also have 15 packs of Pepsi for $6.85.

Pepsi has a promotion to get $20 of coupons for Pepsi/Frito-Lay products with purchase of $20 of Pepsi/Frito-Lay products.

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Even if one discounts the coupons by 50%, that is a $10 value.

So today I bought three 15 packs (45 cans) for $20.55.

Minus $6.00 in points equals $14.55.

Minus $20 in coupons. If you value the coupons at only $10, that brings the price for 45 cans to $4.55. Or 10¢/can.

I value the coupons at about 75%, so I figure I made a slight profit on the purchase.
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For GTA'ers

It's $3.49 for a case of 12 at Shoppers Drug Mart. The case of 12 has a coupon for $2.00 off your next case of 12 purchase. And Shoppers Drug Mart has the 6000 points for spending $20 on Tostitos products. So you can get 72 cans for $20 with $6 in future points and ~$20 worth of future coupons too.
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I bought the $20 price matching Tostitos bags at $1.50 at Loblaws, Doritos for $1.74 at Walmart, and only a few Pepsi drinks. This was done at No Frills, so that also got me 1/5 of the way to $15 in points for $100 spend.
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beachlover wrote: I bought the $20 price matching Tostitos bags at $1.50 at Loblaws, Doritos for $1.74 at Walmart, and only a few Pepsi drinks. This was done at No Frills, so that also got me 1/5 of the way to $15 in points for $100 spend.
Ditto. I ended up with a trunk full of junk for practically nothing. Laughing all the way to weight watchers.
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Tilter wrote: For GTA'ers

It's $3.49 for a case of 12 at Shoppers Drug Mart. The case of 12 has a coupon for $2.00 off your next case of 12 purchase. And Shoppers Drug Mart has the 6000 points for spending $20 on Tostitos products. So you can get 72 cans for $20 with $6 in future points and ~$20 worth of future coupons too.
Volume wise, 710ml plastic bottle = 2 x 355ml aluminum cans. So, 6-pack = 12 cans. 6-packs at $2.29 Sat-Sun only. Just need 9 x 6-packs to hit $20.

Of course, 355ml cans have many advantages: keep your sugar intake in-check (esp kids), more portable, not losing fizzles if not opened, and faster to chill in refrigerators.
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the safeway black Friday sale was basically free pepsi in the west, surprised more people weren't talking about it.

it was 6 pack mini cans, for 2.50 each, buy 4 get 75 airmiles. 95 airmiles is 10$ off, plus there was spend 100 get 100 airmiles.
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rocking23nf wrote: the safeway black Friday sale was basically free pepsi in the west, surprised more people weren't talking about it.

it was 6 pack mini cans, for 2.50 each, buy 4 get 75 airmiles. 95 airmiles is 10$ off, plus there was spend 100 get 100 airmiles.
Definitely radio silence on that one. I was surprised too. I bought 8 packs for $20 (Pepsi & club soda), paid with 190 air miles, received 150 air miles back, and submitted my receipt for the Pepsi Super Bowl promo.

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