Shoppers Drug Mart Canada Printable Coupons: Save 20% On Your Purchase Of $50 or More

Shoppers Drug Mart Canada OfferShoppers Drug Mart Canada has a new one day only printable coupon for this Friday!

This Shoppers Drug Mart exclusive event is valid in-store on Friday, April 11, 2014 only.

Print and present this coupon at any participating Shoppers Drug Mart store and receive 20% off your purchase of $50 or more before taxes and after redemptions. $50 threshold cannot include any prestige cosmetics and fragrances. Limit of one coupon per transaction per customer. Discounts may not exceed $50. Not to be used in conjunction with any other optimum point promotions or offers.

The Fine Print:

Excludes sale items, prescription purchases, products with codeine, insulin and select insulin products, tobacco products (where applicable), stamps, passport photos, lottery tickets, event tickets, transit tickets and passes, electronic gift cards, prepaid phone cards, prestige cosmetics and fragrances, milk where discounting is prohibited by law and Shoppers Home Health Care locations.

Click here to view Shoppers Drug Mart Canada flyers.

Click here to print your Shoppers Drug Mart coupon.

8 responses to “Shoppers Drug Mart Canada Printable Coupons: Save 20% On Your Purchase Of $50 or More”

  1. Lisa says:

    It says that it cannot be used on milk where discounting is prohibited by law – does anywhere know where that is the case? I live in Ontario and with two kids I go through 4 bags a week so I was thinking of getting it there depending on what else I can add to my list from there.
    Will the milk count as part of my 50?

  2. Caroli says:

    The milk will count towards the $50.00, I live in ontario too.

  3. Caroli says:

    Yes, it will be included in your $50 purchase, I live in Ottawa. But, if you not sure call your local SDM and they will let you know for sure!

  4. Lisa says:

    Thank you Caroli and FallenPixels! Looks like I’ll be using the coupon they sent me then 🙂

  5. Elizabeth says:

    It says “before taxes and after redemptions” so can I use FPCs towards my $50 total. I always assumed I could not as it says “after redemptions” but it also says “discounts may not exceed $50”. Does anyone have any experience with this? I’ve been saving my FPCs for something special. 😀

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