Canadian Tire have a sale on Majesta toilet paper starting Friday, only $1 for a 4 roll pack. Use your $1 Majesta coupon from save.ca (main page) to pay just taxes. Good time to stock up as just taxes is the best price all year.
If you do not have a Majesta coupon, there is a good chance it will arrive before the sale ends next week if you order today. Thanks for letting us know about this You and Me.
Is anyone else having trouble signing in in the forum? It keeps saying my user name and password is incorrect. (It isn’t, I’ve tried 5 times). It’s making me wait 15 mins each time it is “wrong”.
I sign in almost every day and have never had a problem.
Yes, a couple of people mentioned it, should be ok now
Yes, it works now. Thanks!
Went to order coupon, when I got to coupon site as a guest and when I signed in to save.ca if said to reorder in 24 days.
I tried yesterday to use the coupon but the cashier said I could not use it as it was an on-sales item.
I think I were able to use coupon against on-sales item but the coupon value was less than the on-sales price.
I wonder if they have changed the coupon policy or it was the personal decision of the cashier.
By the way, the Toilet paper is of single roll size (140 sheets). If you cannot use this coupon then you should go to Walmart as they have the Royale 16 rolls of double roll size for $6.97.
I’ve always enjoyed Canadian Tire but today I learned that it’s not always a great place to shop. I went into my neighborhood Canadian Tire store at Eglinton/Warden and I decided to purchase a new battery for my vehicle. I was asked to deposit extra $15.00 core charge fee, and the fee to be refunded upon my return of the old battery. I returned my old battery to Canadian Tire and I got back the deposited $15.00 core charge fee. But the HST I paid on the $15.00 core charge fee was not returned. I decided to ask the cashier why the HST I paid on the $15.00 core charge not returned; I was told their system is setup that way. When I objected to the system, I was subsequently asked to see the manager. The manager approached and said “the HST on $15.00 is around $1.90, I am not in control of the system so I cannot help you.” The manager then advised another employee to give me the phone information so I can contact customer relations. I called the customer relations and I was initially told that they cannot help me because the Government had setup their system not to refund any HST paid on core charge fee. At this point I told the customer relations I will be posting this experience online to educate the public, and then they decided to tell me I will get in the mail the $1.90 in Canadian Tire gift card. That being said, the manager needs some lessons in customer service. I always wonder how some people get these “management” type jobs. Are they trained? Do they know they have to work with the public? Do any of these managers ever receive training in conflict resolution? I am embarrassed that they are allowed to even associate with Canada. The BIGGER box stores in my case welcome customers and business not push them away. I will NOT be shopping at Canadian Tire again in a hurry! I will keep you all updated as to what develops.