Canadian Coupons: Rexall Pharma Plus – $10 Off When You Spend $50 *Printable*

Hello all! Rexall is offering great coupons to start your New Year right!

$10 OFF* with this coupon when you spend** $50 or more on almost anything in store! Available with coupon between Saturday, January 2 and Friday, February 5, 2010 at participating Rexall & Rexall Pharma Plus locations only.

* Minimum $50.00 purchase required before taxes.

** Excludes prescriptions, products containing codeine, Rexall Pharma Plus® Gift Cards, Gift Card Express, lottery, postal services, stamps, transit tickets, baby diapers, adult meal supplements, prepaid phone cards, photofinishing, tobacco products, and taxes. Coupon must be surrendered at time of purchase. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, including Senior’s Day discount. Does not have a cash value. One coupon per transaction, per customer, per day. Valid at participating RexallTM and Rexall Pharma Plus® locations only between Saturday, January 2 and Friday, February 5, 2010. Cashier to scan barcode and retain coupon.

Click here to print your own $10 off $50 coupon.

On top of that, if you received the Rexall Flyer, make sure to check the back page for these great coupons! If you didn’t receive the flyer, don’t fret, you can visit your local Rexall Pharmaplus and pick up the flyer there.


Don’t forget to bring your AirMiles card for 1 AirMile for every $10 spent!

Click here to find a Rexall Pharma Plus near you.

Many thanks to freestuffforme for sharing this coupon with us!

8 responses to “Canadian Coupons: Rexall Pharma Plus – $10 Off When You Spend $50 *Printable*”

  1. mcminsen says:

    The Rexall stores in BC give Aeroplan points instead of Airmiles. Also, you can’t redeem Airmiles for a Rexall gift card that is usable in BC. There may be some other markets with these variations. As an avid Airmiles collector I’m a bit annoyed by this, but I’m sure there’s some reason for it. 🙂

  2. Kristina says:

    Stupid Rexall always excludes diapers. I’ve been thinking of getting into this AirMiles thing but seems a lot harder than SDM points.
    I got mega points yesterday just from 2 boxes of diapers and a few things at 20x the points. Refer A Friend is gonna be an easy whack of points too.

    Good coupon; just wish it didn’t exclude diapers.

  3. Natalka says:

    Sask. does Aeroplan, not AirMiles.

  4. jackie says:

    I don’t know what it is about Rexall, but the stores just seem so sneaky. Like now with their exclusion of diapers from the coupon. Why would they exclude those? Because they know that people actually need those and will buy them anyway, at regular price? Seems to be the case. Then there are those weird ‘coupons’ that aren’t coupons at all but just sale prices designed to look like coupons. And more than once, my mom has gone in there to stock up on a sale item and they’ve told her there was a limit on the number purchased… even though there was no limit advertised in the flyer.

    So, SDM all the way for me!

  5. kerry says:

    It will cost you a couple of dollars in tax to get the free glade sprayer.I do not like a constant spray of air freshener,so I don’t like the product.Many free items involve tax.Besides I might not ever use the product.

  6. Sandra says:

    How many coupons can you use per item from the flyer??

  7. it seems you are regurgitating other people’s thoughts.


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