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Does anyone know if they cap your switch discount @20%? I heard some stores won't give you a full 20% off rather $50 max.
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SodaStats wrote:
Apr 15th, 2019 9:11 am
Does anyone know if they cap your switch discount @20%? I heard some stores won't give you a full 20% off rather $50 max.
Not sure what you mean by capping the discount at 20% and I've never heard of them not fulfilling the 20% off but for a switch the discount is applied after tax so it should come up to $343.
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xViLLn wrote:
Apr 15th, 2019 9:20 am
Not sure what you mean by capping the discount at 20% and I've never heard of them not fulfilling the 20% off but for a switch the discount is applied after tax so it should come up to $343.
The discount is applied before tax. I’ve purchased several consoles on F&F days, Switch, PS4 and XBox. Always 20% discount then tax.
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Frank510 wrote:
Apr 15th, 2019 9:49 am
The discount is applied before tax. I’ve purchased several consoles on F&F days, Switch, PS4 and XBox. Always 20% discount then tax.
Well regardless it still comes up to the same price pretty much.
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Does anyone know if the 20% works on baby formula? I know it's not on the exclusion list.

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SodaStats wrote:
Apr 15th, 2019 9:11 am
Does anyone know if they cap your switch discount @20%? I heard some stores won't give you a full 20% off rather $50 max.
That's the Senior's Day 20%$ off where there's "supposed" to be a cap of $50 - not the F&F 20% Days.
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SodaStats wrote:
Apr 15th, 2019 9:11 am
Does anyone know if they cap your switch discount @20%? I heard some stores won't give you a full 20% off rather $50 max.
$50 max at fairview mall
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Yes it does, used it on baby formula on previous promo
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Could anyone provide the math for 20x points and 15x points for a product that is $300. I have no idea how these points work sorry
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dankup wrote:
Apr 15th, 2019 11:52 am
Could anyone provide the math for 20x points and 15x points for a product that is $300. I have no idea how these points work sorry
300 x 15 x 20 = your points on 20x
300 x 15 x 15 = your points on 15x

If you are getting 20% off on friends and family and the item was $300.. It will be

300 x 0.2 = $240 then you do points

240 x 15 x 20 = 72,000
240 x 15 x 15 = 54,000 points

There are no points on the taxes, only calculated on the before tax value.
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As someone who worked for a commercial distributor for the last 10 years, that's how these things work.

You know all the giant yellow papers with the manuals that tell you to stop and call the manufacturer number if you have problems or are missing parts? That's what you do. Yes it sucks you can't use your shiny new console, toaster or vibrator, but it's not Shopper's fault you got lemon or any other vendor for that matter.
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Pauly Boy wrote:
Apr 15th, 2019 11:59 am
As someone who worked for a commercial distributor for the last 10 years, that's how these things work.

You know all the giant yellow papers with the manuals that tell you to stop and call the manufacturer number if you have problems or are missing parts? That's what you do. Yes it sucks you can't use your shiny new console, toaster or vibrator, but it's not Shopper's fault you got lemon or any other vendor for that matter.
It's not their fault, but most retailers act as an intermediary with returns in the name of convenience and customer service. It's definitely the exception rather than the rule to not offer returns if a product is DOA.
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junglemage666 wrote:
Apr 15th, 2019 11:57 am
300 x 15 x 20 = your points on 20x
300 x 15 x 15 = your points on 15x

If you are getting 20% off on friends and family and the item was $300.. It will be

300 x 0.2 = $240 then you do points

240 x 15 x 20 = 72,000
240 x 15 x 15 = 54,000 points

There are no points on the taxes, only calculated on the before tax value.
So the current coupon is 20% off. 300x0.2= $240 item

$240x15x15 is the offer I have = 54,000 points which is $54

Total cost is $240-$54= $186?

Plus tax
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junglemage666 wrote:
Apr 15th, 2019 11:57 am
300 x 15 x 20 = your points on 20x
300 x 15 x 15 = your points on 15x

If you are getting 20% off on friends and family and the item was $300.. It will be

300 x 0.2 = $240 then you do points

240 x 15 x 20 = 72,000
240 x 15 x 15 = 54,000 points

There are no points on the taxes, only calculated on the before tax value.
Does the 15x and 20x stack on this? (PS4 : 379$ x 15 (Points) x 20 (Offer) x15 (Offer) = $ in Points Stacks up?
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sRPlay1989 wrote:
Apr 15th, 2019 1:44 pm
Does the 15x and 20x stack on this? (PS4 : 379$ x 15 (Points) x 20 (Offer) x15 (Offer) = $ in Points Stacks up?
Nope, only 1 multiplier offer stacks. Whatever is better will apply.

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