Canadian Coupons: Earn 20 Bonus Airmiles When You Spend $40 or More at Zellers


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*Offer expires September 15, 2010. Valid at Zellers† only on a minimum purchase of $40 (before taxes). Surrender this coupon and show your HBC Rewards† card to receive 40,000 HBC Rewards points that will be automatically redeemed for 20 Bonus AIR MILES® reward miles. Limit one (1) per HBC Rewards member. Valid on one (1) transaction only. Not to be combined with any other offer. Coupon has no cash value. Normal exclusions apply; see in-store for full offer details. Terms and conditions of the HBC Rewards Program, found online at www.hbc.com/rewards, apply to this offer. The 20 Bonus reward miles will be applied to your account within 30 days of your purchase. If you refund the purchase(s) made using this coupon, such that they total less than the minimum required for the bonus, your HBC Rewards points balance will be reduced by the bonus amount.

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Click here to sign up for automatic redemption.

If you’re shopping at the Moonlight Madness tomorrow, chances are you’ll spend $40 or more. Might as well earn some Airmiles while you’re at it. I believe that if you’re not signed up for automatic (Airmiles) redemption, the 40000 HBC Reward points just stay in your account. Can anyone confirm this?


12 responses to “Canadian Coupons: Earn 20 Bonus Airmiles When You Spend $40 or More at Zellers”

  1. ivysecord says:

    Also… at Zellers… their flyer is advertising Classic Monopoly for $2.99 when you buy the newest version of certain Hasbro Board Games (such as Monopoly), which are “U Build” style. That would be a fast way to get two birthday or Christmas gifts taken care of (for two different kids in two different houses)… and save a stack of $$ on the second one… all while collecting extra air miles points!

    Link:
    http://hbc.ca.flyerservices.com/cached_Banner_pages/publication.aspx?BannerName=ZELL

  2. Elizabeth Blaze says:

    Tried to print the coupon. Not only did it not print but now I have a “Printing Page” pop up box stuck on my computer screen that won’t go away. I’m pretty sure I’ll have to re-start my computer to get rid of it. I’d advise anyone else to think twice – are 20 Airmiles worth a possible virus?

  3. Sally says:

    No its not a virus, its advertised well.

  4. IRefuseToPayFullPrice says:

    I printed mine with no issues.

  5. Jen M says:

    Do you get HBC points if you buy gift cards for other stores at Zellers? (I’m not even sure if they have GCs there, but worth to ask) Thanks!

  6. operabob says:

    Just remember:

    If you convert HBc/Z points to AirMiles you lose 50% of your purchasing power.

    A very bad deal!

    OB

  7. BargainHuntingTeacher says:

    I got this email yesterday but it was spend $50 get 20 Airmiles, no mention of HBC Rewards. Hmmm…

  8. IRefuseToPayFullPrice says:

    operabob – I agree. That’s why I’m hoping that if you’re not signed up for automatic redemption then the points stay in your HBC Rewards account. 40000 HBC points are worth $5, while 20 Airmiles are only worth $2.50 (if you were to redeem a $20 GC to Metro for 160 Airmiles, for example).

  9. blackpup says:

    Yes Yes Yes!!! The points stay in your acct if you don’t have the airmile card like to the hbc card. I have used this coupon with no lost points in the past. Thank you so much for sharing!!!! Thanks to you and my babysitter I’m using this one tonight:)

  10. star says:

    I agree that it would be great for the points to just stay in your HBC account instead of changing to airmiles, but…it does say right on the coupon:
    “Terms and Conditions
    You must be signed up for automatic redemption to receive this Bonus Offer.”

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  12. SavingMentor says:

    @operabob & @IRefuseToPayFullPrice

    It’s true that for gift cards the value of Air Miles is less in this instance. But if you look at reward options that have a better cents per mile value like buy one get one free movie tickets (Empire Theatres, Cineplex) then the value of 20 Air Miles can jump up to $7 or more. Using them for flights can sometimes give you better value than gift cards as well.

    I have more details on how to get maximize the return you get on your Air Miles at my website here:

    howtosavemoney.ca/Rewards/Retail/AirMiles/RedeemMore

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