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[Shoppers Drug Mart] [Shoppers Drug Mart] Sennheiser HD 450BT Bluetooth Headphones - $89.99 + SDM Bonus Redemption

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[Shoppers Drug Mart] [Shoppers Drug Mart] Sennheiser HD 450BT Bluetooth Headphones - $89.99 + SDM Bonus Redemption

First Post, but I thought I'd share. A similar post made about 2 weeks ago (shoppers-drug-mart-sennheiser-hd-450bt- ... 9-2366300/). But price has dropped significantly, as low as $49.99 if using SDM points optimally.

Starting today, Sennheiser HD 450BT Bluetooth Headphones are selling for $89.99 at Shoppers Stores (last week it was still scanning through as $130). It is priced as $130 in store, but when scanned, it comes through as $89.99. Additionally, SDM bonus redemption starts today (4/25 - 5/1).

50-90k redemption bonus $15 off; OR 100-190k redemption bonus $40 off. So with redemption, actual price is $49.99 or $74.99 depending if your redemption (89.99 minus $15 or $40). Note, if you are trying to redeem for example 100k points for $140 of value, you must have $140 of purchase before tax.

Retails for $259.95 on Sennheiser's website (https://en-ca.sennheiser.com/hd-450-bt), $229 at Bestbuy (https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/se ... k/14454608).

Flyer also states that the Sennheiser HD 4.50 BTNC Headphones are on sale for $99.99 (page 19/23), but this is NOT the same product. This is a newer and better set of headphones from Sennheiser.
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Ive never redeemed points or shopped at hoppers before. Onky superstore and Mobil gas. I have almost $700 in points 680,000 points. What would be the options to best use these points? I dont understand why you say 100-190k points to save $40. Why the range in points. And why is the point redemtion so different. 100,000 points gets me 100$ of groceries.
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AndroidJes wrote: Ive never redeemed points or shopped at hoppers before. Onky superstore and Mobil gas. I have almost $700 in points 680,000 points. What would be the options to best use these points? I dont understand why you say 100-190k points to save $40. Why the range in points. And why is the point redemtion so different. 100,000 points gets me 100$ of groceries.
Sometimes Shoppers gives you more money for your points than the standard rate of $10.00 per 10,000. Here's the link for their latest offer: https://www1.shoppersdrugmart.ca/en/pco ... redemption
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AndroidJes wrote: Ive never redeemed points or shopped at hoppers before. Onky superstore and Mobil gas. I have almost $700 in points 680,000 points. What would be the options to best use these points? I dont understand why you say 100-190k points to save $40. Why the range in points. And why is the point redemtion so different. 100,000 points gets me 100$ of groceries.
If you redeem between 100-190k points, you will get the standard 100-190 dollars off from the value of the points. However, starting today, Shoppers has the bonus redemption event. So if you use 100 - 190k of your points, they will 'give' you a bonus $40 off your purchase. The best value is to redeem the least amount of points in the range to get the bonus. In this case, 100k points. So the best deal would be to redeem 100k points, get $40 bonus off, for a total of $140 off whatever you are buying. Hope that makes sense
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I bought them today after scanning them, same price, 90$ and i used an offer for an extra 28,000 points, so 28$ off. They are nice and they have a audio wire too if the battery is low.
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Omg, how did I miss this....

Stupid sportchek sale, no money for this headphone now
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I'm genuinely confused... Did you buy the Sennheiser HD 4.50BTNC (older version) and not the Sennheiser HD 450BT (newer version) right? Because I'm surprised that the newer version is already in discount.

The difference in the name between the two models is the "." in the 4.50 vs 450

EDIT: Do you have a type-c or micro-usb to charge?
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iVel004 wrote: I'm genuinely confused... Did you buy the Sennheiser HD 4.50BTNC (older version) and not the Sennheiser HD 450BT (newer version) right? Because I'm surprised that the newer version is already in discount.

The difference in the name between the two models is the "." in the 4.50 vs 450

EDIT: Do you have a type-c or micro-usb to charge?
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iVel004 wrote: I'm genuinely confused... Did you buy the Sennheiser HD 4.50BTNC (older version) and not the Sennheiser HD 450BT (newer version) right? Because I'm surprised that the newer version is already in discount.

The difference in the name between the two models is the "." in the 4.50 vs 450

EDIT: Do you have a type-c or micro-usb to charge?
No, I definately got the Sennheiser HD 450BT. It is very strange that the newer ones are cheaper than the older ones. I suspect this is a pricing error as it is posted as $130 in store.
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AndroidJes wrote: Ive never redeemed points or shopped at hoppers before. Onky superstore and Mobil gas. I have almost $700 in points 680,000 points. What would be the options to best use these points? I dont understand why you say 100-190k points to save $40. Why the range in points. And why is the point redemtion so different. 100,000 points gets me 100$ of groceries.
Either the 20X point (it is like having 30% off on everything) or this is even a bit better if you can get 300$ of stuff for your 200K points (~33.3% based on 300$ for 200$ of points)! I think there is one promo that is slightly more advantageous (near 40% I think) where they give you an amount of points when you spend points (someone can maybe chime in if they remember which one it is).

On top of some electronics (including PS4, Switch, etc.), there is also a lot of grocery stuff that are stackable long time at Shoppers/Pharmaprix and sometime they have good deals on those, so if you stack all offers, that can be a killer move! ;-)

And where I go, they often have store specific rebates from manager, I saw this in most Pharmaprix around me.
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Dec 29, 2009
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I got one offer from pc optimum ,spend $40+ and get 10,000 pc optimum points at SDM.
I don't know, what to buy to use this offer.
I will try to find this head phone at my local SDM in GTA today(sunday).
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In store only? Do they have lots of stock? And until when is sale
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On flyer its showing 4.50BTNC. Can anyone could give detail for 450BT???
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Can confirm its BT450.

Picked this up at Queen and Ossington this morning at 9:10am. Appears to be a pricing error.

Thanks OP.
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Got this at Queen/Beverly. Still one left as of 9AM. Thanks OP.
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