Canadian Coupons: Shopper’s Drug Mart $10 Coupon When You Spend $50* or More


Offer valid on the purchase total of eligible products after discounts and redemptions and before taxes. Excludes prescription purchases, products with codeine, tobacco products (where applicable), stamps, passport photos, lottery tickets, event tickets, transit tickets and passes, electronic gift cards, Life Experiences® packages, prepaid phone cards and Shoppers Home Health Care locations. Not to be used in conjunction with any other Shoppers Drug Mart promotions or offers.

I have called SDM’s customer service number and this is what I was told:

*$50 minimum purchase required in BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec, PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Yukon Territories, Nunavut, and Newfoundland and Labrador. $60 minimum purchase required in Ontario.

Thanks to BOO111 for the Nova Scotia info, and guessboi for the Alberta info!

Thanks to Tripsplanner for the early heads up!

15 responses to “Canadian Coupons: Shopper’s Drug Mart $10 Coupon When You Spend $50* or More”

  1. mac121wx says:

    Why does the rest of the country have to pay more than Ontario?

  2. IRefuseToPayFullPrice says:

    mac121wx – I really don’t know. I just posted here what it said on SDM’s website.

  3. Nelly says:

    Because Ontario is like the US of Canada. That’s where all the best deals usually are 😀

  4. cheapy says:

    Does anyone have any tips on getting up to the $50 mark, I really am cheap and have a hard time dropping $50 at once, I’m not one to spend $40 on face creams/perfumes…

    Drugs do add up, but they only last so long and I can only consume so many when sick!


  5. cmoody8107 says:

    Personally I buy my milk & eggs at Shoppers, and usually they have a couple good grocery deals each week!

  6. IRefuseToPayFullPrice says:

    Yes milk and eggs definitely. I check the flyers for specials and see what I have coupons for, and I buy multiples of non-perishable items on sale (like toilet paper, dishwashing liquid, etc.).

  7. cheapy says:

    $50 worth of toilet paper?!? LOL, can’t imaging storing all that in my apartment! milk and eggs will only get me $8 worth, I’m going to have to buy a ton of stuff to get to $50. I’ve never done this promo before, I just don’t think it’ll be worth it…

  8. dawndilinger says:

    I buy lots of grocery items at Shopper’s. If you watch the food flyer, they sometimes have really good deals. Plus when you take into consideration the optimum points you earn on top of that, it really is quite the deal!

  9. Insane says:

    hmmm…NWT and Yukon are not listed. Hope we don’t get chafted!

  10. CarlyinCanada says:

    I buy most of the grocery specials with coupons of course, lol & milk, bread, eggs, sour cream…whatever to get the points! Instead of going to WM or other grocery stores (only if its a good deal! 🙂 )

    Right now there is alot of Valentine chocolates on for 75% off too! 🙂

  11. CarlyinCanada says:

    PS…Our taxes are higher in ON! Maybe thats why?? its $50 & not $60!

  12. IRefuseToPayFullPrice says:

    Insane – yes I did notice that NWT, Yukon, and Nunavut are not listed in SDM’s website either. Is it safe to assume that it’s the same as the Western provinces?

  13. IRefuseToPayFullPrice says:

    I checked their website this morning and it said $50 for Ontario and $60 everywhere else. However, BOO111 confirmed with me that it was $50 in Nova Scotia too (it says so on their flyer). Now when I go to the website again, it says $50 for everywhere else and $60 in Ontario. Maybe they are experiencing a glitch? Also this morning, Nunavut and Yukon were not listed, and now they are on the list as $50. So I don’t know what to believe anymore. Everyone will just have to wait for their own flyers to see what it acutally is in their province.

  14. guessboi says:

    is $50 in Alberta. Received flyer today.

  15. rad says:

    Anyone have any idea when the next bonus redemption day is coming? the regular one not the only cosmetics one…

    Plz let me know



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