Tag: scanning code of practice

Target Not Participating in SCOP (Excluding Quebec)

There has been a lot of discussion about Target’s new policies and some confusion with US policies posted as Canadian ones across the web, but it looks like the Scanning Code of Pratice (SCOP) will not be a policy… for now. The Scanner Price Accuracy Voluntary Codes is currently considered voluntary in all provinces except …Read More

Featured Shopping Brag: Couponmummy gets a SCOP at Staples/Bureau en Gros

Unlike the rest of Canada, the Scanning Code of Practice (SCOP) is compulsory for Quebec stores and does include sticker prices.  Forum member couponmummy took advantage of this recently at Bureau en Gros, where she got this Blackberry Charging Pod for free when it was advertised at the clearance price of $9.97 (reg $34.97) and …Read More

Shoppers Drug Mart Canada: Did you shop on Friday? Check your receipt for errors! Scanning Code Of Practice

It seems that Shoppers had a significant problem with their computer systems yesterday.  From overcharging items part of the two day sale to not crediting the 20x points.  One of our savy Smart Canuck’ers posted their receipt pointing out all the problems.  Looks like there might be a lot of scanning codes of practice claims …Read More


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