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[Real Canadian Superstore] Superstore No Tax [ON] April 23-29 and [BC][AB][SK][MB][YT] April 24 -30

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[Real Canadian Superstore] Superstore No Tax [ON] April 23-29 and [BC][AB][SK][MB][YT] April 24 -30

Superstore in BC, Yukon, Manitoba, Saskatchewan will have no Tax on April 24-30 and save double GST in Alberta.

Ontario will be April 23-29

Areas noted: Home, Electronics, Toys, Joe Fresh, Floral, Lawn and Garden.


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Superstore in BC, Yukon, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Ontario will have no Tax on April 25-26 and save double GST in Alberta.

Areas noted: Home, Electronics, Toys, Joe Fresh, Floral, Lawn and Garden.

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About time to load on Pampers.
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I'm guessing this is in store only right?
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Piklishi wrote: About time to load on Pampers.

Will baby items are part of tax exemption?
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Piklishi wrote: About time to load on Pampers.
I don't think Diapers are included, or ever have been? Usually it's home stuff, so basically same china junk that canadian tire sells.
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simplypop wrote: I don't think Diapers are included, or ever have been? Usually it's home stuff, so basically same china junk that canadian tire sells.
Usually it is with No Tax events.
Sucks that it's not this time, probably need to be careful of people who will hoard on diapers and wipes.
Either way. Perfect to load up even on Garden items because that's where a lot of people will be doing at home during this period of time of social distancing.
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Can't imagine the lineup to try to get in.
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simplypop wrote: I don't think Diapers are included, or ever have been? Usually it's home stuff, so basically same china junk that canadian tire sells.
The last 2 times I was able to go at SS on no tax day, diapers were included. Where does it say what's excluded, the link doesn't work.
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skwan wrote: Usually it is with No Tax events.
Sucks that it's not this time, probably need to be careful of people who will hoard on diapers and wipes.
Either way. Perfect to load up even on Garden items because that's where a lot of people will be doing at home during this period of time of social distancing.
Oh my bad. I wonder if I got the no tax hmm. Too bad superstore doesn't have garden stuff for curbside pick up :/

On a side note has anyone had PC express customer relations reply to your email? I had some rotten oranges for curbside pick up and no one helped.
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Am I crazy or shouldn't they have delayed this? Stores are already more packed than usual and this is just incentivizing people to all come on these two days. What a terrible idea.
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ClarkZuckerberg wrote: Am I crazy or shouldn't they have delayed this? Stores are already more packed than usual and this is just incentivizing people to all come on these two days. What a terrible idea.

Unfortunately, it's still a business in the end that needs to compete.
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Correct me if I'm wrong but pay only gst in Ontario for diapers. Not worth lining up for an hour to save $5
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ClarkZuckerberg wrote: Am I crazy or shouldn't they have delayed this? Stores are already more packed than usual and this is just incentivizing people to all come on these two days. What a terrible idea.
Our local store has been very good with the number of ppl they let in at a time. Also very clear markings outside sheds people should line up.
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stcv3 wrote: Correct me if I'm wrong but pay only gst in Ontario for diapers. Not worth lining up for an hour to save $5
I think that's why this time they decided not to ok it baby items as the category for No Tax
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Sucks the superstore near me has covid
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They need the lineups because 90% of the customers in the store will congregate on the meat/dairy section.
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Anyone know of a way to get a sneak peak on next week’s flyer? I have an order placed for Friday, but can only change the order until Tuesday. at midnight. I am a bargain shopper to the core, but also have an immune compromised family member, so pick up is our best option at the moment.
I have saved PC offers that are in my order, but would love to save some money on this order.

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