Walmart Canada: FREE $20 Gift Card with Purchase of $50 of P&G Products!! *HOT*


Walmart Canada P&G Promo

Thanks Wakeforsoul for posting this sizzling hot Walmart promo on the Canadian Shopping Deals Forum!

Receive a free $20 Walmart Canada Gift Card by mail when you purchase $50 before taxes of participating Proctor and Gamble (P&G) brands. Multiple receipts are accepted so you don’t need to spend all the $50 at once 😀

Participating brands are any size or version of:

  • Pantene
  • Olay
  • CoverGirl
  • Clairol
  • Oral-B
  • Old Spice
  • Always
  • Tampax
  • Ivory
  • Gillette products

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).

Offer is valid on purchases dated November 1 to December 31, 2008.

Click here to print the Walmart Canada form to claim your free $20 Gift Card

Click here for a discussion of this Walmart Canada free gift card promo on the forum


8 responses to “Walmart Canada: FREE $20 Gift Card with Purchase of $50 of P&G Products!! *HOT*”

  1. Alex says:

    http://pr-usa.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=142262&Itemid=32

    Wal-Mart Canada under triple scrutiny:
    Wal-Mart Canada’s bid to derail charges it broke Saskatchewan labour laws has been shot down by the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board (SLRB). It comes just days after numerous objections were filed to thwart Wal-Mart Canada’s banking ambitions, and ten weeks before charges against Wal-Mart will be heard by the Supreme Court of Canada stemming from the company’s closure of a unionized Quebec Wal-Mart in 2005.

    That Quebec closure was also the subject of the just released ruling by the SLRB, that the impact of the closure may have also broken Saskatchewan labour law. The unfair labour charges were filed in Saskatchewan by UFCW Canada Local 1400 in 2005 after Wal-Mart first threatened and then eventually closed a Wal-Mart in Jonquiere, Quebec after workers there had formed a union.

    Local 1400 charged the Jonquiere closure intimidated Wal-Mart workers in Saskatchewan and across Canada from unionizing. Wal-Mart countered by filing to have the case dropped, citing the charges as “frivolous”, while also objecting to the authority of the SLRB to judge the company on actions it had taken in another province.

    In a written decision released October 29, the SLRB dismissed Wal-Mart’s objections to hearing the charges as, “…without merit. The Union has an arguable case…. The fact that the actions of Wal-Mart upon which the allegations are based were committed outside the geographic confines of Saskatchewan does not mean that…an employer with its head office elsewhere cannot, by acts committed at or by that office, intimidate its employees in a different province.”

    According to Wayne Hanley, the National President of UFCW Canada, “Wal-Mart can’t hide behind provincial borders. The company can’t pretend that when you shut a store right after the workers unionize that it doesn’t frighten other workers from doing the same. They did it in Jonquiere four years ago. They did it again in Gatineau just last month. Wal-Mart continues to show across this country it has no respect for Canada’s labour laws, or the Charter rights that guarantee its workers the right to organize for collective bargaining.”

    “Wal-Mart plays by its own rules, and as the SLRB noted last week, the impact of that can be felt across the country,” says Hanley. “Is this the kind of company Canadians would trust to be their next bank?” asked Hanley. UFCW Canada, the Canadian Labour Congress and a number of other groups are calling for public hearings into a recent application by Wal-Mart Canada to enter the banking business.

    Further scrutiny of the company’s behaviour will happen in January, when the Supreme Court of Canada begins to hear charges that Wal-Mart violated the Charter rights of its Jonquiere employees when it shut their store after it unionized.

    /For further information: http://www.ufcw.ca

    LINK TO SASK. LABOUR BOARD DECISION:
    http://ufcw.ca/Default.aspx?SectionId=af80f8cf-ddd2-4b12-9f41-641ea94d4fa4&LanguageId=1&ItemId=fc912d66-45b0-4384-9a6f-37b655e9c3c4

    Paul Meinema, President
    UFCW Canada Local 1400
    tel (306) 384-5787 /

    IN: ECONOMY, FINANCE, JUSTICE, LABOUR, RETAIL

  2. Alex says:

    The above products have very high markups. It’s not as good of a deal as they want you to think.

  3. Joel says:

    Alex, we don’t all use dollar store body wash and disposable razors…

  4. Amanda says:

    Nice, I actually use some of those brands. I don’t shop at Wal-Mart that often for that kind of stuff, but it’s still a good deal since you’re basically getting $20 back from your purchases.

  5. nsangel says:

    LOL joel

    I can’t print this off. My printer BROKE! aaargh.

  6. Monique says:

    Great deal when you combine it with coupons from save.ca (Olay buy 3 items and get $10 off, etc)

  7. Luke says:

    Awesome post!

Leave a Reply to Alex Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *












  •  




     

  • RSS Hot Canada Deals

  • Recent Comments

  • Did You Know?

    Smart Canucks is Canada's first Canadian shopping deals blog and has been operating since 2005!



  • Join Mailing List

    Pages

    Categories

    Archives

    Find Deals by Brand!