Shoppers Drug Mart Canada Family And Friends Event: Save 20% on Regular Priced Merchandise Tuesday January 24th

Tomorrow, Tuesday, January the 24th is a Family and Friends Event at Shoppers Drug Mart Canada. Save 20% on almost all regular priced merchandise with no minimum spend when you scan the coupon at the register.

This is a good opportunity to pick up necessities like milk, or perhaps other items that don’t often go on sale. The usual exclusions apply for this type of promotion, so you cannot get 20% off on items like lottery, gift cards, passport photos, transit tickets, etc. This offer also excludes prestige cosmetics and fragrances, so wait until you have an offer like 20x the points to purchase those type of items. The offer is also not valid online.

Unfortunately since this offer is happening Tuesday, this likely means that there will not be a Tuesday text offer.

Click here to view the Shoppers Drug Mart Canada flyer for this week. 

7 responses to “Shoppers Drug Mart Canada Family And Friends Event: Save 20% on Regular Priced Merchandise Tuesday January 24th”

  1. Ron says:

    There will be a Tuesday text offer. THIS offer.

    • Anne Dougherty says:

      Quite obviously I meant an offer like 20x the points, 20,000 points when you spend $60, etc. will not be available by text.

  2. BHL says:

    You mention milk… Milk pricing is regulated, and as far as I know cannot be discounted. It’s the exact reason, as you point out, that it doesn’t go on sale. Milk products (defined as ‘liquid dairy’) also can’t be included in points programs (PC, AirMiles, Scene, etc) for the same reason.

    • Anne Dougherty says:

      I purchased milk with the coupon this morning…20% off as always with this type of coupon, in Ontario.

    • Anne Dougherty says:

      The barcode simply has to be scanned, which you can do yourself, and this exact coupon worked for me this morning 🙂

  3. Mitch Lacelle says:

    4Lmilk DOES GO ON SALE,,,,,, check flyers….last week METRO had it on for 4.99.Food basics had it on 4.99 recently etc,,, and you can buy mil using points redemptions etc,, it is a consumer commodity item just like alllllllll food items


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