Canadian Coupons: Old Navy Canada Coupon 40% off

Old Navy Canada Coupons- Canadian Coupons

Get 40% off a single item for women or men at Old Navy Canada. Discount is not valid on baby or kids items or any adult clearance items.

Coupon Expires Sep 18, 2008

Click here to print this Old Navy Canada Coupon

17 responses to “Canadian Coupons: Old Navy Canada Coupon 40% off”

  1. Sanny says:

    Sweet! Since it has the SPC sign, do we have to show the card since i dont have one.

  2. sonia says:

    nope, u dont need to show your SPC card. I went there 2 days ago and bought pants there were $39 for only $10 because they were also on sale! Amazing deal!

  3. Jana says:

    Be careful….. These coupons were distributed by stores. It’s likely they will not accept the printed one. 🙁

  4. Boo Radley says:

    No, these were sent out to mailing lists 🙂

  5. Jana says:

    Hmmm…. I work @ OLD NAVY. There is print on BOTH sides of the coupon that was GIVEN OUT by cashiers over the last 2-3 weeks. I still think there will be difficulty trying to find a store that will accept the printed one. I would be interested to see the email that the coupon came with, as we have not been made aware of any email mailing list coupon.

  6. Me says:

    I got this coupon when I last purchased something at Old Navy. They distributed it to customers before Sep 3. Would be interesting to see whether they will accept this print out or not…

  7. Gilly says:

    I also received this coupon at Old Navy- but, not the SAME one- it didn’t have the SPC logo in the corner, and all of the “fine print” was on the OTHER blue side- which makes me think that THIS coupon is only one sided, unlike the one I am currently holding… but, just a guess- I dunno:)

  8. C says:

    I work at Old Navy as well and we have been told not to accept the printed version of the coupon.

  9. Boo Radley says:

    Here is the original coupon posted on SPC’s website:

    Pretty sad that Old Navy send out memos telling their employees not to honour their agreements with other companies.

  10. N says:

    I just used this at Toronto Eaton Centre with no problem at all.

  11. Sally says:

    That is completely ridiculous Boo, your right I think these old navy employees need to go look at the SPC site before they say its some kind of scam or not to accept them.

  12. Nat says:

    I haven’t heard anything about not excepting printed versions…(I work @ ON).. I know we except printed coupons other times, so it’s might be worth a try?.. The coupons we were handing out were good off of a full priced item only (mens/womens) and the discount code we are to enter into the register is different than the one on this coupon… I know it is important to the company to honour what it offered to it’s customers, so if the company actually sent these out in an e-mail, the stores are probably honouring the e-mailed ones. … The only thing I found weird is that we don’t except SPC cards @ ON..So kind of an odd partnership?.. Good luck all

  13. C says:

    To clarify, to my knowledge my store was not sent a memo regarding the coupon but rather when a cashier asked about it the manager said it wasn’t authentic. The customer didn’t seem to mind, however I’m sure if they had protested more the manager would have just said to ring it in.

    Also, Sally, it’s not Old Navy ’employees’ who decide if a coupon/discount can be used. Most of us work there partime and are at the total mercy of our managers in terms of the dos and donts of discounts. Personally, if I would have put the discount through without asking a manager about it. But, things like this vary store by store and more often than not, shift by shift.

    If anyone does have a problem using it, try asking to speak to a manager. They’re usually eager to ease customer disputes, even if it means going against the directions they gave to staff lol.

  14. Nat says:

    What C said is true.. and I haven’t been told about or sent any memo.. last night while working a customer gave me a coupon that Old Navy actually had printed on our 3 page flyer.. so I’m sure most stores will honour the coupons. 🙂

  15. TKO from Ontario says:

    Thanks for a great coupon, just used it yesterday for some pants.

    Old Navy has also some really awsome childeren’s Halloween costumes, all at 30% off.

    We picked up a cute monkey costume, for our little monkey.

    On a side note, is Old Navy like Gap but for fat people? I’m not talking a little overweight or chubby here, I’m talking people with some serious weight issues, really fat. We stood in a long line of people since only two cashiers were open and I was really saddened by the rampant obesity of Canadians both young and old. I’m no Slim Jim either, rather a stocky 200 lbs 6 footer and this was our first shopping trip for clothes since the baby was born, last December. I always thought that the shoppers I see at Walmart when buying baby diapers, were fatter than the general public, but this was worse. When did Canada get so fat?

  16. J says:

    I used this yesterday at Old Navy in London, Ontario, no problems at all.

  17. Cindy says:

    Thanks so much for posting this guys! My bf was eyeing something at Old Navy last week, so i went online to see if there were any coupons or deals.. and I came upon this forum. Just used this at the Toronto Eaton Centre on the 18th (last day before the coupon expired)! Amazing deal because it was a huge discount on regular-priced merchandise!

    The person at the cashier didn’t seem to happy about me and this other lady using it, but he had to accept it because so many people brought it in and complained. I didn’t have to show an SPC card, but he did ask where I got the coupon from. Old Navy Headquarters are in San Fran, so the Toronto branches couldn’t really investigate it further. But it is kinda weird because you could print this coupon a lot of times and use it numerous times, since each coupon doesn’t have an individual barcode. But better for us!

    Thanks again!


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