Rexall Pharma Plus Canada: 100 Bonus Air Miles When You Spend $50 Or More (May 27 – 29, 2011)


My favourite Air Miles promo from Rexall is finally back! From May 27-29, 2011 receive 100 bonus Air Miles when you spend $50 or more on almost everything (usual exclusions apply). I’ve been saving all of my non-food FPC (Free Product Coupons) specifically for this promo and there’s easily $50 worth so I’m pretty excited. Certain Rexall locations also have a small food/grocery section so if you have some food FPC you can use those as well.

Click here to view the Rexall flyer by entering your postal code.

11 responses to “Rexall Pharma Plus Canada: 100 Bonus Air Miles When You Spend $50 Or More (May 27 – 29, 2011)”

  1. Janeva says:

    Can I ask a possibly dumb question? How do FPC’s add up to $50? Don’t you actually have to spend the $50? I see where you could have $50 worth of FPC’s but–you aren’t spending that money. Can you help me understand? thanks!

  2. Lucy says:

    At Rexall coupons count as cash ($$ or FPC) so your purchase only has to total $50 b4 cpns.

  3. IRefuseToPayFullPrice says:

    Hi Janeva, Rexall gives the 100 bonus Air Miles on the pre-coupon total, so if you have at least $50 worth of product (before taxes) then the system will automatically give you the bonus Air Miles, regardless of whether you’re paying with cash/credit/coupons. In my case, I shall be paying the entire $50 in coupons 🙂

  4. nguyen3828 says:

    Excited…I have lots of FPC to redeemed, so I will easily racked up at least 400 AM…

  5. Janeva says:

    Wow–didn’t know that! Thanks veryone–it all makes sense. (Or should I say ‘cents’?)

  6. Ro says:

    If you want to rack up hundreds of Air Miles, don’t you have to do separate $50 transactions?

  7. monica says:

    wooowwww, i have 10 FPC for crest pro health toothpaste…yeyyyyy anybody knows any rexall in mississauga that has frozen entrees???

  8. nguyen3828 says:

    there are one on Thomas/Winston Churchill … they have lots of groceries.

    Yes I do have to do multi-transactions to get the points.

  9. TallNFunny says:

    That’s a great tip. Thanks Lucy and IRefuseToPayFullPrice (love the name as well).

  10. Reign says:

    It says in the flyer “before taxes, after discounts” Wouldn’t that mean that the total has to be $50 after any coupons are entered and before the tax has been totalled?

  11. kerry says:

    The offer here in Vancouver,is for aeromiles,which I don’t collect,since I don’t travel…


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