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Apple Airpods Pro $299.00, get free $75 shoppers gift card

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[Shoppers Drug Mart] Apple Airpods Pro $299.00, get free $75 shoppers gift card

Get a free $75 shoppers gift card when you buy AirPods for $299. Cheapest deal as of now. Combining it with other PC optimum offers makes it a sweet deal

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Put that these are AirPods Pro in the title and post
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Keep in mind it's final sale with shoppers. Imo better to get them from Costco or amazon for $250. You also aren't stuck with a shoppers GC.
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Dec 2, 2020
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I got 30% back in points this weekend as well, does it stack?
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Aug 30, 2016
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$225 sounds off because you're not factoring in tax. Costco has these for $249

249 + 15% tax = 286
300 + 15% tax = 345 - 75 = 270

Didn't factor in cashback but it would be negligible with the $50 difference. At 2% cashback it's $1

Saving $15 and stuck with a $75 gift card. Can the $75 card be used for other gift cards?

Barely a warm deal IMO. Still worth it if you were planning to buy I guess.
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Nov 21, 2011
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Getting a $75 gift card after the fact doesn't bring them down to $225... I hate this sort of math
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I believe Amazon is one of the few places that actually takes returns on headphones as well. Maybe Costco but I'm not 100% sure.

I liked the sound on these but I could just never do in-ear headphones. After about 45 minutes, it starts hurting my ears so I ended up returning these.
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Dec 12, 2018
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WeimarRepublic wrote: I got 30% back in points this weekend as well, does it stack?
With no limit? I only got a 20,000 points on purchase of $60 or more. Didn’t think they’d give anyone a 20x this weekend. Anyone know if doing the household join and then separate again trick resets your shoppers offer?
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JuniorMint wrote: I believe Amazon is one of the few places that actually takes returns on headphones as well. Maybe Costco but I'm not 100% sure.
If people can return even milk and apples at Costco, I don't see why can't head/earphones be returned there
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CertainSomeone wrote: If people can return even milk and apples at Costco, I don't see why can't head/earphones be returned there
$3 vs $300
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Costco has it for cheaper....
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Rick2D wrote: $225 sounds off because you're not factoring in tax. Costco has these for $249

249 + 15% tax = 286
300 + 15% tax = 345 - 75 = 270

Didn't factor in cashback but it would be negligible with the $50 difference. At 2% cashback it's $1

Saving $15 and stuck with a $75 gift card. Can the $75 card be used for other gift cards?

Barely a warm deal IMO. Still worth it if you were planning to buy I guess.
Not everyone in the country pays 15% tax.

The deal is great if coupled with another PC Optimum offer. Especially if you have 40% back in points or earn 20x points.
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Dec 18, 2020
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Still like to buy from Costco because of return policy and more chances to get the difference back if they reduced the price within a month or so.
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clseea wrote: Getting a $75 gift card after the fact doesn't bring them down to $225... I hate this sort of math
Yes most of the stores have caught on that our brains love to double count discounts. People apply the discount (in their heads) to both the current purchase that earns the points, and the future purchase when they redeem them. So most of the loyalty programs reward points towards a future purchase these days instead of % off current purchase.
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cheaper_than_cheap wrote: Yes most of the stores have caught on that our brains love to double count discounts. People apply the discount (in their heads) to both the current purchase that earns the points, and the future purchase when they redeem them. So most of the loyalty programs reward points towards a future purchase these days instead of % off current purchase.
For sure... plus people in general are just horrible at math
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WeimarRepublic wrote: I got 30% back in points this weekend as well, does it stack?
Doesn’t the sale for these AirPods start on the 28th? Where do you get 30% back in pts or 20x pts for this weekend?

Also, how is 20x pts = 30% pts back anyway?
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So how much after the rebates?
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r3ddrag0nx wrote:
Also, how is 20x pts = 30% pts back anyway?
1x pts = 1.5% back
20x pts = 30% back
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xanta wrote: So how much after the rebates?
They're $299 plus tax. There's no rebate that gives you money back in your pocket (unless there's some sort of highly personalized YMMV offer).
Unless you're redeeming points, any promotion offered applies to future purchases.
You're still out of pocket $299 plus tax for the actual AirPods

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