Walmart Canada: FREE $15 Gift Card with Purchase of $40 of P&G Products


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24 responses to “Walmart Canada: FREE $15 Gift Card with Purchase of $40 of P&G Products”

  1. Kenny says:

    “To receive your $20 Wal-Mart Gift Card by mail, print and fill out this rebate form and send in your cash register receipt(s) dated between November 1 to December 31, 2008 with the participating products circled accumulating $50 (before taxes).”

    the $20 should be $15, right?

  2. Boo Radley says:

    oops! fixed!
    thanks Kenny

  3. Freedomz says:

    You copy and paste the last offer didn’t you? The last paragraph … accumulating $50 (before taxes) should read $40. 🙂

  4. lokindra says:

    January 2008 sure is a long time ago….did you mean 2009?

  5. Jayne300 says:

    It looks like there is a lot of confusion around this offer. Walmart has done 2 gift card offers in a row. The first was Buy $50 get $20 that was available for November 1 to December 31. This latest offer runs in January, 2009 and is a Buy $40 and get $15.
    I already have my $40 purchased, but am worried that this offer won’t accept a photocopied receipt like all the others did. I need my receipt for a “try me free” rebate.

  6. Garry says:

    Well, all these offers are kind of scam. Read the fine print “While quantity last” You know what does this mean. Maybe 100 or even 10 cards are available, but they going to collect a huge database with all info about you and they can share it with others.

  7. thecountess says:

    If I owned a company or was a major chareholder in a large company like They-Who-We-Do-Not-Speak-Of, I would clap my hands and skip at all the free advertising from blog posts. Not to mention all the revenue from sales. I have an idea…… Let’s all shop at Zellers instead!
    They have the power to threaten to sue….. and we have the power of the Almighty Dollar. Let’s use our dollars somewhere else, like Zellers! (and no, I do not work for Zellers or have any affiliation with them other than as a customer, lol)

  8. Kaldirris says:

    Frankly, I prefer Zeller’s anyhow. Main reason? Zeller’s is Canadian, and I’d much rather keep my money in my own durned country. The only time I shop @ Walmart (aka “the Great Satan” – ROFL) is with coupons. I NEVER give them more of my money than I absolutely have to. And speaking of Zellers – GREAT SALES on the 15th & 16th, eh?
    Walmart, you suck.

  9. Kaldirris says:

    AND, Zeller’s rewards us for shopping there, with their HBC points program. What does Walmart give us? Creepy greeters. No contest. GO CANADIAN!!

  10. Kaldirris says:

    Furthermore, the concern about personal information was raised here, AGAINST Walmart. WTH? Are they dumb?

  11. thecountess says:

    Great point, Kaldirris, let’s support our CANADIAN companies, particularly in these uncertain economic times. I agree with your point so much I’m adding it to my signature right now………..

  12. 7mountains says:

    I know many people who would not put a foot in WM, however we are getting off topic here. Someone is in distress and needs help NOW. Surely someone out there is married to or living with a lawyer. I however am not. Isn’t there someone who can give a comforting Email, followed up by a phone call to get this rolling??!!

  13. 7mountains says:

    Sorry the above from me is in the wrong place, can someone delete it for me, thanks

  14. Jackie says:

    LOL @ Kaldirris!!!

    Those greeters sure are creepy! It sure sucks when your very first impression is to avoid eye contact with the greeter.

    (No offense to WM greeters, if any happen to be reading this. I know your job sucks, and I sympathize.)

  15. Pam says:

    I’d take this entire section off of smartcanucks…in light of the lawyer issue. Don’t give them this “free” advertising.

  16. Pam says:

    And I’d remove their flyers too if they are still on here.

  17. Adrenalyne says:

    Just as an fyi, HBC was sold to an American company in July 08. The owner is now NRDC Equity Partners the parent company of Lord & Taylor. I am not supporting Walmart in any way, shape or form but sad but true HBC is no longer a Canadian company.

  18. Sue says:

    Sometimes I really have to wonder if there is such a thing as a Canadian company anymore.

  19. Jayshanny says:

    If it wasn’t for this blog I wouldn’t buy half the stuff that I do at Walmart! We have extremely unreliable flyer carriers in this city and by the time I get my fliers I am too busy into the work week to get there to get anything. I love the fact that I can go onto this site late Friday or early Sat to find the deals to see it I am heading there. Most shopping trips on average for me are $40 to $80 so they get a lot of money weekly -sometimes daily thanks to SmartCanuck website.

  20. ghoulie says:

    Kaldirris says…

    Frankly, I prefer Zeller’s anyhow. Main reason? Zeller’s is Canadian,

    LOL! Have you EVER opened a newspaper? HBC was sold to an American years ago, and sold again more recently after he died. The new owners subsequently dumped piles of head office staff and moved that work to the USA. Walmart is more Canadian now then HBC.

  21. Sheila White says:

    I will not post anything to do with WalMarc anymore. It seems this is a warning letter, it lacks teeth, never the less, lets refrain from helping Walmarc with any offers.

  22. TJ says:

    Why are WM flyers still being posted on this website after the threatening letter they sent you ?

    If they don’t want FREE advertising than so be it .. its their loss not yours .

    If I were in your place I wouldn’t allow a single WM related flyer or post on this site after that letter they sent you , after all that’s what they want don’t they ?

  23. Darran says:

    Canadian companies cannot hold out jack shit against U.S. take-overs, that’s obvious.

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