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Shoppers Drug Mart Canada
Shoppers Drug Mart: 20x Optimum Points Wednesday 23 Jan *Printable Coupon* REMINDER

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SDM20xShoppers Drug Mart are offering a printable coupon for 20x Optimum Points when you spend $50 or more on almost anything in the store on Wednesday 23 January.  Points will be awarded by end of day on January 30th.

Click here for your printable coupon

Will you be shopping at this event?  I was going to skip the 18,500 point when you spend $75+ promo this week but I think I can manage a $50 shop with coupons.

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  1. Lisa

    Hmmmmm…. Whether to go again and stock up? I went to the 75 already and did very well with my coupons and sales (like eggs 1.99 each minus the $1 wub 2 coupon, milk, vaporub for my dd sale 4.49 minus my $2 cpn, mio that dh likes 2.99 minus $1cpn, and very picky dd loves shapers bars which I let her have sometimes because they do have a lot of vitamins in them and she thinks its a treat! and they were b2g1 free so I got three boxes) , and there are actually 50 worth of stuff I could get more of on great prices to stock up that we go through regularly but I just don’t like spending that much in that short of time :p

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  2. Jennifer

    I have about a $150 dollar list – am I better off paying $75 twice for the 18,500 twice (Can I get it two times? ), or is the 20X points on $150 a better points bonus?

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  3. Michelle

    I received a spent $100 get 16000 points mail offer, can I combine it with the 20x points or the spend $75 get 18500 promo?

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  4. Lisa

    Jennifer, if you can do twice 75 before coupons that gives you more points because 150 times 20x the points would only be 30,000 vs 37,000 the other way.
    Michelle, they won’t let you combine. Hope that helps :)

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  5. Lisa

    Jennifer, I looked it up and it says one offer per promotion so I guess you’re better going the other way after all lol!

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    • FallenPixels

      Before coupons as long as they are money off coupons, you can’t use BOGO or FPC coupons
      Make sure your $50 does not include any taxes, deposits, stamps, gift cards etc

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  6. Mayellah

    I went this morning and was told that dairy products DO NOT count toward ”total spent”…. Is that true?
    With these ”posting points later” promotions, I’d hate to spend $50 including milk and then not have it count.
    Does anyone know for a fact?
    Thanks!!!

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    • FallenPixels

      Depends where you live, there are certain provinces where law mandates they can’t include milk

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