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Hot! Starts Dec.8,Cadbury Dairy Milk $1.79 with No Frills PM + Get 4K PCO Points on $12 Spent on Cadbury and Other Items

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[Real Canadian Superstore] Hot! Starts Dec.8,Cadbury Dairy Milk $1.79 with No Frills PM + Get 4K PCO Points on $12 Spent on Cadbury and Other Items

No Frills has Dairy Milk 85g to 100g bars for $1.79. PM 4 bars x $1.79 for $7.16. Buy 2 x Oreo and/or Ritz $2.49 for $4.98. $12.14 spent and 4000 points back.

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After factoring the points, Dairy Milk works out to be around $1.20 per bar and Oreo/Ritz around $1.66.
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I did a similar deal last year but it also had Ch51 or something so it came out decent. Thanks OP.
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Buy Milka chocolate this isn’t the real deal
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I am not sure if RCSS will pricematch "member" price. I know I was refused in the past, unless policy has changed.
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Their Ad Match Policy says they won't PM on discounts obtained through loyalty programs.
*We’ll match prices if you show us a lower advertised price means that if a major supermarket competitor, advertises a lower price on any identical item we carry in store, show us the original print copy or official digital advertisement and we will sell you that item, up to a limit of four(4) units per item, at that same price but only during the effective dates of that competitor’s advertisement. See in-store for a list of current competitors we ad match against. Identical items are defined as same brand, item type (in the case of unbranded produce, meat and bakery), size and attributes and carried at this store location. We will not match competitor’s private label offers on non-identical items, “spend x get x”, “Free”, “Clearance”, discounts obtained through loyalty programs, or offers related to our third party operations (post office, gas bars, dry cleaners, etc.). We reserve the right to refuse to match a competitor’s item price if their advertising contains errors, typos or misprints or is subject to a correction notice. We reserve the right to identify the major supermarket competitor(s) for each Real Canadian Superstore location. The program will only apply if competitor’s advertising is complete with all relevant information including but not limited to size and price, effective dates, format/weight identified, and in the format specified as either in print or from an official digital source (such as the competitor’s online flyer or website). In no circumstances will the program apply to offers relating to our third-party operations or where prohibited by local, provincial or federal laws or regulations. Major supermarket competitors and geographical trade areas are determined solely by us and are based on a number of factors which can change from time to time. We reserve the right to cancel or change the terms of this program at any time.
[OP]
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StealthFinder wrote: I am not sure if RCSS will pricematch "member" price. I know I was refused in the past, unless policy has changed.
Cheap Cat wrote: Their Ad Match Policy says they won't PM on discounts obtained through loyalty programs.
Haven’t had issues PMing PCO member pricing. Have also PMed Metro app offers using the Flipp app flyer many times.
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EddySaver wrote: Haven’t had issues PMing PCO member pricing. Have also PMed Metro app offers using the Flipp app flyer many times.
Just because you got a cashier who did it doesn't mean it is allowed. Their policy clearly states they don't.
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Cheap Cat wrote: Just because you got a cashier who did it doesn't mean it is allowed. Their policy clearly states they don't.
PMed last week’s Metro app offer for Jordan’s cereal:

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PMed Metro app offer for Planters Cashews from three week’s ago:
EddySaver wrote: PMed 2 @ RCSS with zero issues.


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These are two examples. And no, I don’t have time to show you every single instance that they (many cashiers) allowed PMing these offers.
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MILTON
I bought one Cadbury chocolate for Halloween. There is hardly any cocoa in chocolate, it is all sugar and God knows what. Sad and disgusting.
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Today’s No Frills holiday offer is 5k points for every $12 spent on Cadbury
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Mar 2, 2012
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MILTON
Last time I bought Cadbury chocolate I took a bite and I spat it out. Never again. Cadbury chocolate is everything except the chocolate. I wonder what percentage of cacao is in there. Must be in low 10's.

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