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[Shoppers Drug Mart] Get 10,000 Points when you spend $40 or more at Shoppers

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[Shoppers Drug Mart] Get 10,000 Points when you spend $40 or more at Shoppers

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Get mobile exclusive deals and alerts from Shoppers Drug Mart. Sign up today and get 10,000 bonus points on your next purchase of $40 or more!** Text OFFERS to 736898 now*!

*By texting the advertised keyword to the short code, you agree to receive ongoing promotional text messages from Shoppers Drug Mart. To opt out at any time, text the word ‘STOP’ to 736898. For help, text the word ‘HELP’ to 736898. Standard message and data rates may apply. For additional support you can call 1-866-727-6468. SMS terms & privacy policy: http://bit.ly/2gzJjf3.

+Offer valid on the purchase total of eligible products, in a single transaction, using a valid PC Optimum card after discounts and redemptions and before taxes. Maximum 10,000 points per offer regardless of total dollar spent on transaction. Excludes purchase of tobacco, lottery tickets, alcohol, gift cards, all prepaid card, transit/event tickets, post office transactions, Shoppers Home Health Care and Wellwise locations, passport photos, cash back, delivery charges, all purchases made through non-participating 3rd party operations and any other products that may not legally be offered in connection with the Program, are provincially regulated (including pharmacy-related transactions) or as we determine from time to time. Offer applies to photofinishing services that are picked up and paid for on the day of the offer only. This offer cannot be combined with department or total store offers. Customers will automatically receive the best of the available offers should they qualify. We reserve the right to cancel/change the offer at any time without any prior notice. Offer is non-transferable. Limit of one unique offer per customer. Offer may be revoked at any time at our sole discretion. Offer available to first time mobile text subscribers only.
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Dec 27, 2016
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There is also a coupon in the flyer this week.
10,000 WUS $40 Monday 15th - Friday 19th
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Penalty Box
Apr 23, 2017
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Problem is, most everything is way overpriced at Shoppers.
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ZoomZoom2006 wrote:
Oct 14th, 2018 3:41 pm
What can I buy from shoppers...
+1

Nothing much I can buy for over $40.
Maybe once a blue moon.
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Dec 21, 2006
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They always send you promos like that to your optimum app. I recommend you check them regularly. I checked mine just now and saw 7500 points when if I spend $30.
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Nov 10, 2016
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I have this and 15k pts for $50 for tomorrow..
- 10k for $40 says available tomorrow
- 15k for $50 ends in 2 days
if I buy something for $50 will I get both?
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Sep 22, 2016
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gundamwingZero wrote:
Oct 15th, 2018 1:59 am
I have this and 15k pts for $50 for tomorrow..
- 10k for $40 says available tomorrow
- 15k for $50 ends in 2 days
if I buy something for $50 will I get both?
I have:
22,500 points WUS $75+ (in app)
10,000 points WUS $40+ (in app)

And then there's the 10,000 points WUS $40+ Coupon in the flyer.

I intend to buy Black Ops 4 ($79.99+tax) and hopefully get all 3.

Technically it should only take 1 offer, but just this past Tuesday I got an in App offer and a text coupon, and they both worked on the same transaction,even though the five print says they wouldn't.

Always worth a shot if you plan to buy something anyways.
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zinger9 wrote:
Oct 14th, 2018 3:53 pm
Problem is, most everything is way overpriced at Shoppers.
How is that a problem? Buy electronics, cosmetics or sale items. Then go to the Superstore down the street and spend your points there.

I've never bought an over-priced item from Shopper's before!
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Aug 3, 2005
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QQ: I have 2 offers in the app for sdm, one is 7500 points for $40+ and the other 12000 points for $50+ purchases , both expiring tomorrow.

Now if I buy say 50$ worth of suff, which point offer will kick in? In the past you could load / unload offers but recently all offers get loaded automatically.
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Dec 14, 2017
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canadatoronto wrote:
Oct 15th, 2018 8:52 am
QQ: I have 2 offers in the app for sdm, one is 7500 points for $40+ and the other 12000 points for $50+ purchases , both expiring tomorrow.

Now if I buy say 50$ worth of suff, which point offer will kick in? In the past you could load / unload offers but recently all offers get loaded automatically.
The 12,000 points should.
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Dec 12, 2009
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MP3_SKY wrote:
Oct 14th, 2018 4:09 pm
Nothing much I can buy for over $40.
Maybe once a blue moon.
It is not really all that difficult to do if you pick up some groceries at the sale (in reality regular) prices. For example I threw together a quick shopping list from the flyer:
PC decadent cookies 2/$4
PC granola bars 2/$4
PC blue menu sparkling water 2/$5
PC bath tissue $4.99
PC teas 3/$6
1l coffee cream 2/$5
Vector cereal $3.99
sub $32.98
Throw in some of these or some things you would normally think of getting at Shoppers and you easily hit the $40 mark.
PC mac & cheese $0.89
Campbell soups $0.89
Breyers Ice cream $3.99
PC or Michelina's frozen dinners @ $2.99/$3

The issue then become whether or not they actually have stock of the products you might want.
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Oct 2, 2009
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Well, i thought about getting an electric toothbrush priced at $37.95 after their 20% discount, but guess what...amazon and bestbuy is selling them at $29.95. So even with spend $40 and get 10.000 points, it really seems like they are just giving u sale price but charging u in advance for their form of points to spend at their stores. Sure some of their prices are great only when u know u’re really getting a deal...
$52.xx all in..

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