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WARM: RBC CCs $10 of $50 spend at Staples

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WARM: RBC CCs $10 of $50 spend at Staples

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$10
Expiry:
November 19, 2019
Get $10 back when you spend $50 or more, login to RBC Offers to load offer.

Valid From: August 29, 2019 - November 19, 2019

Looking to stock up on a variety of essential back to school items or office supplies?
From now until November 19, 2019, get a $10 statement credit when you spend $50 or more at Staples and pay with an eligible RBC Royal Bank credit or client card*. Simply load this offer before you shop.
How it works

Pay with one of the following eligible RBC card(s):
  • RBC Visa Infinite Avion
  • RBC Rewards Visa Preferred
  • RBC Rewards+
  • WestJet RBC World Elite MasterCard
  • RBC Day to Day Banking


See terms and conditions below

Terms and Conditions
*This offer is not transferable. To take advantage of this offer, you must activate it by clicking the “Load Offer” button before you make your purchase. Once the offer has been activated, you will receive a $10 statement credit (“Statement Credit”) when you make a single transaction of at least $50, including taxes, when you shop at any Staples in person or online at www.staples.ca (“Qualifying Purchase”) between August 29, 2019 – November 19, 2019 inclusively (“Offer Period”) and pay using one of your eligible RBC Royal Bank credit or debit card(s) shown on this page (“Eligible RBC Card”). Please allow up to 30 days from the date of your Qualifying Purchase, provided your credit card or banking account is open and in good standing at that time, for the Statement Credit to appear on the account statement tied to your Eligible RBC Card. Please note that if you paid for your Qualifying Purchase using an Eligible RBC credit card, the Statement Credit will not be applied as a payment towards the balance of your credit card account. Limit of 1 Statement Credit per client during the Offer Period. This offer may not be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, and cannot be applied retroactively to previous purchases. Returns or price adjustments that reduce the price of your Qualifying Purchase below $50 may cancel your Statement Credit. Staples Canada ULC, not Royal Bank of Canada (“RBC”), is responsible for the sales, returns, and shipping terms and conditions applicable to your Qualifying Purchase which are available at www.staples.ca. RBC, not Staples Canada ULC, is responsible for issues relating to the Statement Credit. Royal Bank of Canada reserves the right to cancel, modify, or withdraw this offer at any time, even after you have activated it. For more details on the RBC Offers program, please visit rbc.com/offers.
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Jan 12, 2017
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wow, thx for reminding me to check my rbc...i got nsf! now im screwed...it was from the ipad offer, i think i can close the account soon tho

Aug 27, 2019 NSF item fee
2 @ $45.00 -$90.00
Aug 26, 2019 Item returned NSF
Aug 26, 2019 Item returned NSF
Aug 26, 2019 Tax Free Savings Account
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Jan 12, 2017
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anyone remember that ipad offer...i think we have to wait till end of september to close out the SNL account right? tia
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Nov 6, 2018
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It's not showing under my offers for me with the WJWE
Jr. Member
Dec 31, 2016
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Mississauga, ON, CA
Can we buy GCs?
I definitely don’t need one, so I’ll do the right thing and pick one up on my way home. 😎

**Just pick one and don't loot** 😠
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Oct 26, 2012
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Combine this with the 10% Staples offer, you can grab AirPods for $219 - 10% + tax = $223 - $10 = $213 taxes in (for those interested in AirPods).
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Apr 1, 2016
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Damn wish I would have used this with the 100$ gift cards for 75$ earlier this month.
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Sep 23, 2010
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Jimboski wrote:
Sep 25th, 2019 5:57 am
Coupon codes like 10% off or $10 off $100 don't work for gift card orders right?

Edit: Damn Staples doesn't have Amazon gift cards..
No, but if you buy a $50 gift card (to get the $10 statement credit), then you can use the gift card to pay for your item online with the 10% off code.
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Jul 3, 2019
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mikka2017 wrote:
Sep 3rd, 2019 3:11 pm
anyone remember that ipad offer...i think we have to wait till end of september to close out the SNL account right? tia
Your Eligible Personal Banking Account must remain open and in good standing, and the Qualifying Criteria you performed to get the Reward (such as payroll/pension deposit, pre-authorized payments) must remain in effect until September 30, 2020.

You can't even cancel your payroll or pre-authorized payments until next year.
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Aug 5, 2018
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Buy $25 x 2 Petro Canada gift card.

Go pump ~$27 - $28 worth of gas. (say 25L)

Go inside.
Give petro point card (collect points)
Give $25 gift card (Reduce bill by $25)
Give price privileges card. (5c for example, reduce bill by $1.25)
Pay the remaining ~$1 with RBC linked cards.

Get 3c off the entire 25L, to reduce your bill by 75c, so you only pay ~$0.25 with your rbc card.

So you paid $20 for the gift card (while getting 20 RBC reward points) + $0.25 on your rbc card.
Total cost $20.25, for value of ~$27 - $28.

Comes out to be about 25% off. (including the 5c price discount cards)


Where do you get 5c price discount cards?
Go to your local no frills.
They sell $50 petro gift cards, attached to it, a free 5c price discount for 140L (value of $7).
(Similar technique would work for the $50 petro gift card, if you pump ~$54 - $55 worth of fuel.)

Have 2 RBC clients in the household.
Bought $25 x 2 petro, on each account, for $100 in total.
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xx1what wrote:
Nov 9th, 2019 12:56 pm
Buy $25 x 2 Petro Canada gift card.

Go pump ~$27 - $28 worth of gas. (say 25L)

Go inside.
Give petro point card (collect points)
Give $25 gift card (Reduce bill by $25)
Give price privileges card. (5c for example, reduce bill by $1.25)
Pay the remaining ~$1 with RBC linked cards.

Get 3c off the entire 25L, to reduce your bill by 75c, so you only pay ~$0.25 with your rbc card.

So you paid $20 for the gift card (while getting 20 RBC reward points) + $0.25 on your rbc card.
Total cost $20.25, for value of ~$27 - $28.

Comes out to be about 25% off. (including the 5c price discount cards)


Where do you get 5c price discount cards?
Go to your local no frills.
They sell $50 petro gift cards, attached to it, a free 5c price discount for 140L (value of $7).
(Similar technique would work for the $50 petro gift card, if you pump ~$54 - $55 worth of fuel.)

Have 2 RBC clients in the household.
Bought $25 x 2 petro, on each account, for $100 in total.
Staples sells PC gift card?

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