Canadian Coupons: Save $2 On Tide PurClean *Printable Coupon*


Tide has introduced a new bio-based detergent called purclean, and there is a new printable coupon available for $2 off its purchase if you would like to try it. Save $2 on the purchase of any Tide pur clean product with this hidden SmartSource coupon.

While the price of the product is not shown in the Real Canadian Superstore flyer this week, what is shown is an offer of 3000 PC Plus points for each bottle you purchase. Combined with the coupon this could be a fairly good deal. You may have some other PC Plus offers like align as well, like points for every certain amount of dollars spent on Tide. This could make it an even better deal.

I haven’t yet seen the product in the store, so if anyone could share the current price of the the product, please let us know.

Click here to print your coupon for $2 off the purchase of Tide purclean.

8 responses to “Canadian Coupons: Save $2 On Tide PurClean *Printable Coupon*”

  1. No Name says:

    The 32 load is going for 15.99 on Assume Loblaws would be around 17.99 or 18.49 and No frills would be close to the 15.99 mark.

  2. Abby1 says:

    Thanks for the info. Haven’t seen this yet, but was curious since I picked up the $3 tear pads the other day. Just checked & it’s not listed yet.

  3. ReallySC says:

    RCSS selling smaller size 1.47l for $9.98. Both sizes eligible for the 3000pts. Also an in store coupon for $3 off

  4. Dea says:

    $15.99 for large size at Zehrs. $3 tear pd coupon on shelf. After pc pts (3,000)will cost $10. Was hoping to find smaller bottles.
    Most regular liquid Tide had 50% off stickers. Got 64 load for $12.44 less 50% and b2s$5 coupon so paid less then $4 each!

  5. Daniel says:

    12.99 for small 32 load bottle at zehrs
    15.99 for larger 48 load bottle at Zehrs

    There are $3 off coupons

    The 3000 PC plus points don’t make the product cheaper

  6. Dea says:

    True, does not make the product cheaper on your bill but it’s like a rebate of sorts because the points are worth $3 when you cash in your pts for a future shop.

  7. Ella says:

    Not sure how “natural” this would be?
    I prefer using my ECOS detergent that I buy when on sale at Canadian Tire.


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