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Canadian Freebies: Advil Canada $5 off Coupon = Free Advil

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Advil Coupon Canada

Thanks gotagetitfree for posting this Advil coupon/freebie in the Canadian Shopping Forum :D

Advil Canada currently has a coupon for $5 discount on Advil Tablets, Caplets, Gelcaps or Liqui-Gels. Advil Liqui-gels and caplets’ regular price at Walmart Canada and Zellers is about $4.99. So when you use the coupon you end up getting these Advil products for free or almost free.

To get the coupon you need to complete a survey on Advil Canada’s website. Apparently the coupon is valid for one month from completing the survey.

Click here to fill the survey on Advil Canada’s website & get $5 coupon
Click here for direct link to Advil coupon

22 comments

  1. hshamshu

    I was at Wal-Mart last night and tried to use one of the Tylenol $3 off coupons and they said they don’t take internet coupons any more since “the manufacturer doesn’t take them.” So I’m not sure how successful this one will be :-S

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  2. Dizzy

    Hi there

    If anyone goes through the coupon section where this is listed, and you fill out the survey on the Advil website, it only comes up with the $1 coupon, not $5. Just thought I would let you all know.

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  3. tinad

    Just an FYI, when you go through the survey, you can print off your coupon, and it has a security code on it. So do you think that would mean that each coupon can only be used once?

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  4. Lucy

    I did the survey and the security code on the one I printed is different to the direct link to the Advil coupon…does that matter?

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  5. Dizzy

    Boo, I live in Toronto (close enough to that is) Ontario. I guess the survey did not like my answers. Either way, I printed the $5 coupon from here by clicking on it, so I still got the coupon. It is all good.

    Nice of you to respond and to care. Thanks Boo :)

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  6. Panda Power

    It worked for me, $5 when I filled out the survey.
    Whoever posted the PDF version of the coupon, I hope they dont track the security code to them and they get in heeps of trouble.

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  7. Roxy

    I’m in Ontario and I just printed a $5 coupon too. I hope it’s worthwhile as it is not for just ANY bottle size.

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  8. freestuffforme

    The link took me to the $1.00 coupon form but, when I went to the main Advil site, I clicked on a link that took me to the $5.00 survey coupon form. I’m in Ontario, too.

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  9. Momo

    I’m in Manitoba and just printed out the $5.00 coupon.I have had no problems using the Tylonol coupon at Walmart.

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  10. jaggy

    I’m in Quebec, tried the advil coupon at pharmaprix and maxi, both times got cashier’s that insisted it wasn’t good because it was printed ?? I didn’t bother bringing it up with the manager though, but I did notice the general negativity about coupon-users.

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  11. Lisa

    i live in Brampton, and all my stores don’t accept printed coupons from the internet. I don’t understand why companies even do the printed ones, i guess they don’t know the alot of places won’t accept them

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  12. Suzie-Q

    There is an error for the survey link and the printable coupon is dated January 1, 2009????

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