Bonus PC Plus Offer: 1000 Points on PC Blue Menu Canned Vegetables or Beans *No Longer Available*


There is a hidden PC Plus offer available from President’s Choice. Get 1000 PC Plus points when you buy any PC Blue Menu canned vegetables or beans – a great way to pick up some cheap vegetables and pulses to make some healthier meals.  Canned vegetables are often $0.99 at No Frills but are not in the flyer this week to check the actual pricing so you may be able to pick them up free after coupon.

This offer will not show in your app offers, you need to visit their website and load it separately from your other offers.   The website is a little slow and it can be difficult to load this offer as it does not always realize you are logged in.


  • Go to this President’s Choice Pulses link to get your offer
  • If the offer does not realize you are logged in, log out and use the sign in to load link
  • You will be redirected back to a different pulses page, find the Earn PC Points link as shown above
  • The offer will then show load this offer

I had to load it twice before it would show in my offers, so do check that it has been loaded.  This offer expires on March 4th.

March 3rd: This offer is no longer available for loading but is still showing in offers if you loaded it earlier

40 responses to “Bonus PC Plus Offer: 1000 Points on PC Blue Menu Canned Vegetables or Beans *No Longer Available*”

  1. bub says:

    there’s no link?

  2. Peppermint Patty says:

    Not working for me is it smart phone only?

  3. huh? says:

    im so confused

  4. Scarecrow says:

    No link, but went to the site, click on link “Earn PC points” under the title “You Do Like Beans!” and you’ll find the offer. Worked for me.

  5. Erica says:!pulses

    I found it at the link that I’ve posted above. Below where it says “DO you like beans!” on the right side there is a pts box and Earn PC Points. I clicked on this and it allowed me to load it.

    I don’t know about smartphone – I did this from the computer.

    Anyone know Toronto prices of these at either Loblaws or No Frills this week? We will get 1000 points per item? If I can find these for $1 or close to anywhere, I’ll be buying and donating them (and keeping a few for myself.)


  6. tara says:

    Thanks Erica!

    It all worked for me! I was literally JUST in Superstore, and they have them for .99! That’s in Peterborough, ON though, so here’s hoping your store will as well!

    • cad says:

      What is 99c at superstore, the veggies or beans or both?

      • Tara says:

        Both! All Blue menu canned items are .99¢! 😀 with the exception of canned tomatoes which are actually classified as fruit. So they don’t count. I asked the store manager 😉 They were very happy to find out for me 🙂

      • FallenPixels says:

        Both according to someone on the forums

  7. Cindy says:

    Just went to no frills. Corn and green beans were .99. Kidney beans and diced tomatoes were $1.29. Good enough price for me!! I wasn’t given points for the tomaties though so I sent an inquiry.

  8. Peter says:

    No pts link for me. says I’m not logged in and if i log in, cannot get back to the page. any more info would be helpful … I need to stock up on a lot of these Blue menu products this week.

  9. Natalie says:

    Is there a limit of how many you can buy and get the 1000 points on in your one transaction?

  10. Peppermint Patty says:

    I got 50 cans of chick peas and kidney beans $50 worth of points , thanks for the post.

    • Lindsey says:

      Thanks for letting us know this works for chickpeas I was a little hesitant because sometimes they don’t consider them “beans” I am stocking up tonight!!

    • Shirnette says:

      I tried few times & got notice offer was loaded but when I check my loaded offers, its not there. The link no longer works. I called PC Plus and they are clueless; rep & her boss are not aware of this promo nor does she see it on my file. So disappointing,oh well.
      Did this work for anybody today?

  11. torontogal12 says:

    Thanks for this. I’ll have some nice Chickpea salad or pasta e fagioli! DH will have easy lunches without me. A great way to eat healthier. Now to find them for close to $1 (not easy around here)

    • FallenPixels says:

      No Frills has the veggies for $0.99 and beans for $1.29
      If you are near RCSS or Fortinos, both are $0.99

  12. ronnie says:

    Anyone know how much the blue label beans are in Victoria bc?

    • FallenPixels says:

      Not sure about Victoria, but some people have posted prices of $1.29-$1.59 at RCSS West

  13. Charlene says:

    I cannot get this to work for me either. So disappointing!

  14. Buns says:

    So greatful for this post and for the top that tomatoes weren’t included. Thank you!

  15. hi says:

    does not work

  16. dwbh says:

    Can’t add the offer to my account. =(

  17. Shirnette says:

    If you are still having problems, call PC plus customer service and hopefully they resolve it favourably. I had to call twice for a favourable resolution because this is apparently a new form of promotion so there are glitches in system.

  18. Kris says:

    I wish I could get this to load!!!!!

  19. grant says:

    worked for me, almost got a hernia doing it, but got 280 cans this morning, got paid 2.80 to take them home. Not sure what foodbank will get to inherit it, but was worth my time.

  20. web3 says:

    I think they removed it. I have tried logging out and in, using all the links in here and I don’t see the offer link or does it show in my offers 🙁

  21. grant says:

    yup I tried to find it for a friend who runs a youth shelter and can’t find it anymore either.

  22. Judy says:

    Gone. Can’t find it either. Soooo sad. Really wanted this one.

  23. kerry says:

    I bought 5 cans of veggies,at 98 cents a can,for 5000 the superstore..

  24. John says:

    We got about 150 cans for $0.99 plus 1000 points in Nova Scotia before it disappeared…several friends and family members got in on it too and stocked up. I wonder if any food banks saw it, store we were at said we could empty the shelves if we wanted, no limits.


  • RSS Hot Canada Deals

  • Recent Comments

  • Did You Know?

    Smart Canucks is Canada's first Canadian shopping deals blog and has been operating since 2005!

  • Join Mailing List




    Find Deals by Brand!