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Colgate 95 ml for $ 0.38

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[Real Canadian Superstore] Colgate 95 ml for $ 0.38

Price match with walmart flyer at RCSS
Get 500 pco points...
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Why did your title say 38 cent and not 88
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89lilangel wrote: Why did your title say 38 cent and not 88
500 points is 50 cents
*wink*
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Also, if you don’t want to pricematch at RCSS with Walmart, just buy the Colgate toothpaste at RCSS for .98 and if you have the PC Optimum card they automatically give you 500 points worth .50, so effectively it costs you .98-.50=.48. Not quite as good a deal but still very worthwhile. Thanks OP.
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fyi I bought 16 and didnt get the points, started a point inquiry and still havent got the points..
Got that FIDO account!
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This offer should stack if I'm not mistaken
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Not gonna criticize, but I can actually see RFDers going to RCSS and filling up a shopping cart with toothpaste and applying seven coupons to only pay like $3 total for 87 boxes.
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danfromwaterloo wrote: Not gonna criticize, but I can actually see RFDers going to RCSS and filling up a shopping cart with toothpaste and applying seven coupons to only pay like $3 total for 87 boxes.
hey this sounds interesting what coupon is this?
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d1gdug wrote: hey this sounds interesting what coupon is this?
He's exaggerating, making a joke about the Extreme Couponers show on TV from about 10 to 15 years ago.

We don't allow stacking coupons in Canada because hot deals are illegal under the Trudeau government.

For some reason, almost all Canadian retailers don't accept stacking, whereas it's commonplace in America.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: He's exaggerating, making a joke about the Extreme Couponers show on TV from about 10 to 15 years ago.

We don't allow stacking coupons in Canada because hot deals are illegal under the Trudeau government.

For some reason, almost all Canadian retailers don't accept stacking, whereas it's commonplace in America.
Wasn't even making a joke about Extreme Couponers. I was taking a direct dig at RFDers and their ability to find crazy deals for stupid little things and go beyond stupid on buying them. There was a deal a few years ago about how you could buy cereal that had a free movie ticket inside it, and there was a coupon to make the price of the cereal like $0.88 and there were pictures of RFDers buying a literal skid of Lucky Charms.
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Thanks OP. I picked up 5 for 88 cents each and got 3300 (5*500+800) points back!
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I thought you can only price match up to 4 quantity for any one product? Unless you go back multiple times at different times and different cashiers.
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Was able to price match 6 (cashier in good mood) and also received the 800 points as per my personal offer. The 800 points I had to send an inquiry. Thanks OP.
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Bought a couple of Colgate tubes and they were very watery. I changed brands.

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