Shoppers Drug Mart has 50% off Swiss Herbals Vitamins or Natural Health Products. Swiss Herbals is a well known brand with high quality products and vitamins are essential part of life so basically this is a hot deal!
Unfortunately, A&P and Dominion are changing their Fresh or Free policy. Thanks to rkinkley for the following detailed explanation of their new policy 🙂
I donâ€™t really know much about this new policy so if you have further enquiries please contact rkinkley at [email protected]
I was looking at your website and laughed when I read your story on Fresh or Free. Most of what you said was correct. Butâ€¦ not all. Items that have the date best before june 10th, are considered expired on midnight june 9th. So if you see best before june 10th and its june 10th, then that item is considered expired and you would be able to get a fresh replacement on it.
The fresh or free policy is about to change. The new rules which take effact Monday April 24, 2006 will be the following. This is a reply from the forum discussion that I started on the website that I list below!
â€œThe old program ends April 23th, and the new one begins April 24th.
Purchases must exceed free stuff, and are not returnable, and can only be exchanged. FREE stuff is not returnable OR exchangable.
Receipt needed for everything now EVEn house brands.
Berries(straw,blue, rasp, ETC) are now NOT part of the F or F promotion, they can turn bad in hours.
Organic UNDATED product in now not covered by the ForF promotion due to a complete lack of use of pesticides ETC, but dated organic is ForF, based on date only.
Rainchecks are NOT offered for ForF stuff if we donâ€™t have a EXACT replacement, we will offer a comparable product instead.
Rainchecks are issued for products, but are not unlimited, we â€œreserve the right to limit quantitiesâ€.
HBC are having a 72 hour sale with up to 50% discounts. I had a look at their products and some of the stuff on sale is pretty interesting. Have a look at their reduced items here. Who know, you might find something reduced that you were planning on buying.
Items on sale include (click on the one you’re interested in):
Personally, Iâ€™m not a big fan of sea food. I donâ€™t eat lobsters, shrimp or any â€œstrangeâ€ looking sea creatures. However, if youâ€™re a shrimp lover, this special offer from Red Lobster is for you:
Itâ€™s a shrimp loverâ€™s favourite time of year.
Itâ€™s 30 Shrimp at Red Lobster.
That means you can mix and match two preparations like decadent Shrimp Pasta, crunchy Fried Shrimp, classic Popcorn Shrimp or succulent Garlic Shrimp. Or savour a new favourite, Cajun Shrimp. All for only $14.99.
Crave more than 30?
Choose three of your favourites to make 45 Shrimp for only $18.50.
Get more information about this special offer from Red Lobster’s Website here.
It seems like this Sunday only (April 23rd) Shoppers Drug Mart is selling Kraft Dinner, 3 for $1.00! This deal is in Nova Scotia Shoppers Drug Mart Flyer. However, I think itâ€™ll be in Shopper Drug Martâ€™s Ontario flyer too, but I canâ€™t get my hands on next weekâ€™s flyer yet. I love Mac and Cheese and 3 for $1 is a scorching hot deal. Iâ€™ll let you know once I know for sure.
If you google for moola invitations SmartCanucks.ca is the first search result: Check it here. This is driving large traffic to my website (not necessarily welcomed traffic since not all people looking for moola invitations are Canadians). I therefore sent an email to moola.com asking them to provide SmartCanucks visitors with invitations since I get too many requests. Fair?
I thought so until I got their reply. Their reply is just sad and disappointing:
Thank you for your inquiry.
We appreciate your interest and support in our site. While we recognize that your offer would be beneficial to us, we are currently limiting the number of invitations available in order to control the growth rate of the site. Therefore, we are unable to participate in your program at this time.
Again, we appreciate your interest and will keep your contact information on file for reference when considering future partnership opportunities.
Get your Free How to Get Started in Boating DVD and discover a world where the fun comes in waves and where adventure is always waiting. Get your FREE DVD now and hear what other boating enthusiasts say about their boating adventures. Get a quick overview of boat types and their uses. Play with our interactive boat selector tool to choose the boat thatâ€™s right for you. Learn quick tips on trailering and safety.
Have you ever been shopping when you find an item, read its displayed price and decide to buy that item but then when you checkout the cashier scans it for a different price? a much higher price? Yes it happens to all of us and the cashier does one of two thingsâ€¦ either apologizes for the wrong price and says he/sheâ€™ll charge you the lower displayed price or the cashier just acts like a total %$# and says the display price is wrong.
Well in both cases believe it or not, many well known stores in Canada should give you the item for FREE! Many chains are members in Canadaâ€™s Scanner Price Accuracy Voluntary Code.
How does the code work? If the scanned price of an non-price ticketed item is higher than the shelf price or any other displayed price, the customer is entitled to receive the item free, up to a $10 maximum. When the item has a price tagged, the lowest price applies. When identical items are incorrectly priced, the second one will be sold at the correct price. Under this code you are eligible
What does the code cover?
The Code covers all scanned merchandise at participating retail outlets where the â€œScanner Price Accuracy Voluntary Codeâ€ sign is displayed at the store entrance or checkout. Note that youâ€™ve probably seen this sign before but never knew what it is. A&P have it posted on every checkout isle.
What happens if two or more identical non-price ticketed items are incorrectly scanned?
Customers are entitled to the first item free (up to a maximum of $10) and the subsequent item(s) at the correct price.
Which stores participate in this code? Hereâ€™s a rough list of participating stores. Please feel free to notify of additions/deletions to this list:
the Canadian Association of Chain Drug Stores (CACDS) Shoppers Drug Mart
The Groupe Jean Coutu (NB and Ont only)
Lawton Drug Stores
Pharma-save (BC and Sask)
the Canadian Council of Grocery Distributors (CCGD)
Canada Safeway Limited
The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company of Canada Limited
Loblaw Companies Limited
Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd.
Federated Co-operatives Limited
the Retail Council of Canada (RCC)
Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd.
The Home Depot Canada
Canadian Tire Corporation Ltd.
Toys r Us
Shoppers Drug Mart
Wal*Mart Canada Corp.
Giant Tiger Stores Ltd.
The North West Company
Best Buy/Future Shop ( in implementation stage)
2 Home Hardware franchisees
the Federation of Independent Grocers (FIC) Thrifty Foods
Overwaitea Food Group
The Harry Watson Group
Longos Brothers Fruit Markets
Amazon.ca has The Da Vinci Code novel on sale for $5.49 (50% off). Unfortunately shipping is free if you spend $39.99 or more. So if you were planning on buying something else from Amazon you might as well add The Da Vinci Code, otherwise, itâ€™s not really a great deal.
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. SmartCanucks.ca is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to products on Amazon.com. Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc, or its affiliates.