HBC Rewards: 15000 Points On Your Next Purchase at The Bay, Zellers, or Home Outfitters


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Earn 15000 HBC Reward points on your next purchase at The Bay, Zellers, or Home Outfitters by printing the coupon above. It doesn’t state a minimum spending amount so I assume it can be used with any purchase. This coupon expires on Dec. 31, 2010. I’ll take it with me when I go to the Moonlight Madness sale on Friday.

Thanks to shabbychic for sharing this coupon with us!


21 responses to “HBC Rewards: 15000 Points On Your Next Purchase at The Bay, Zellers, or Home Outfitters”

  1. Shocked says:

    Weird–I got one that says “no coupon… make 2 purchases at Zelelrs and 20 000 points automatically added after the second purchase…”

  2. IRefuseToPayFullPrice says:

    Shocked – I got that one too. This coupon is a separate offer.

  3. CarlyinCanada says:

    Thanks! 🙂

  4. Jason Solaris says:

    Check your HBC Card statement. Got one for 20,000 on next purchase at Zellers.

  5. Melody Halls says:

    Thank you! I wonder if we can still get the 15000 points even after we get the 20000 added automatically and only have to purchase 2 items? I’m gonna try!

  6. JANICE says:

    Thanks for posting this great OFFER AND just on time for Christmas shopping yahooo!

  7. nscouponchick says:

    So that is where that bonus 20k in points got added on!

  8. HairlessWizard says:

    15,000 points is worth all of $1.88 (portion of gift card). Hardly worth making a special trip to Zellers! How much are you going to spend to get that $1.88? (80,000 points buys a $10.00 gift card.)

  9. eleventh0fapril says:

    it would be worth it if you’re going to purchase something that is VERY affordable to use the 15000 and 20000 points, if all those points is all you needed to redeem for a gift card of more than $10

  10. Anne says:

    -There is always the daily deal at The Bay 🙂

    -If you have a Zellers near by, you can always buy a pack of gum or a Coke. Dont have to be a huge amount 😉

  11. gail says:

    If you are driving by the store it is very worth it to accumulate these points. I have been converting them to airmiles…save my airmiles until christmas time and convert them into Sobey’s gift cards for groceries. Every little it helps as long as I dont spend extra on gas to get there.Very often there are good deals out there that I price match at Zellers as well so that helps as well

  12. MrsSunshine says:

    Its also very worth it if you are 10-15,000 away from the next level. Thanks so much for sharing this great offer.

  13. sfaraz says:

    Thanks

  14. PINKROSE says:

    Thank you 🙂

  15. M.E.D. says:

    Has this been working for people? I printed it and the cashier couldn’t get it to scan or enter… *shrug*

  16. couponnoob says:

    I had trouble using this at the store as well. It wouldn’t scan, nor could it be entered by hand at two different tills at the Bay. Eventually then ended up having to fill out a form to have it applied later. Basically a major pain in the butt to be doing during holiday craziness!

  17. M.E.D. says:

    I tried again today and although it wouldn’t scan the cashier was able to manually enter it.

    On another note that was my second time using my HBC credit card in the last week and I didn’t get any bonus points (I thought there was a promotion where you got bonus points on your second transaction?)

  18. jenny says:

    it didn’t work for me either…. cashier said they have been getting lots of fraudulant coupons so if it can’t scan, they can’t use it…
    and it did NOT scan.. 🙁

  19. PINKROSE says:

    It worked for me, but she manually entered it, it did not scan

  20. IRefuseToPayFullPrice says:

    Worked for me by entering manually, didn’t scan.

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