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[Real Canadian Superstore] Apple AirPods Gen 2 $149 get 25000 PC optimum points for every $100 spent on electronics March 24-30

Apple AirPods gen 2 with charging case

Thursday,
March 24 to
Wednesday,
March 30

Get 25,000 PC optimum points for every $100 spent on Home, Electronics, Toys,
Baby, Health & Beauty, Cosmetics, Joe Fresh" Apparel
and Pharmacy (excludes prescription drugs)
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Jan 8, 2020
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Does anyone have any experience with those Bolva TVs? The points would bring the 58" to $300 before taxes. Very tempting.
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Jan 8, 2019
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Is it possible to purchase these online or is it only in-store? No RCSS's in the area. Thank you.
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Sep 30, 2012
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sleepyhound wrote: Is it possible to purchase these online or is it only in-store? No RCSS's in the area. Thank you.
fine print says at any RCSS location.
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SamuelBrCan wrote: Does anyone have any experience with those Bolva TVs? The points would bring the 58" to $300 before taxes. Very tempting.
Not to knock it down but it will be a throw away TV if anything goes wrong after the first year. No parts support or will take lots of research to find the right parts and then cost more then half the price to repair.
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Jun 6, 2019
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shopper-X wrote:
Not to knock it down but it will be a throw away TV if anything goes wrong after the first year. No parts support or will take lots of research to find the right parts and then cost more then half the price to repair.
some credit cards double the warranty period.
so, you have at least 2 years of enjoyment.
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Jan 8, 2020
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shopper-X wrote: Not to knock it down but it will be a throw away TV if anything goes wrong after the first year. No parts support or will take lots of research to find the right parts and then cost more then half the price to repair.
Thanks, I think that I will pass.
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desstiny wrote: some credit cards double the warranty period.
so, you have at least 2 years of enjoyment.
That assumes there's a warranty of any kind to be had. Most of these low end appliances/electronics don't have 6 months worth of warranty replacement supplies let alone 2 years.
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