Walmart Canada: Free Multibionta Vitamins With Printable Discount Coupon


Walmart has the 30 count of Miltibionta vitamins on sale this week for $9.99.  If you use this printable coupon or if you have one from the Red Plum instert your vitamins will be free.  Hopefully the cashiers don’t give you too much trouble over the one cent difference.  I’ve taken these vitamins before and they seemed to work, they didn’t bother my tummy like a lot of vitamins do.  Happy shopping. *Unfortunately this coupon isn’t valid in Quebec*

28 responses to “Walmart Canada: Free Multibionta Vitamins With Printable Discount Coupon”

  1. Melissa says:

    They are also on sale at Shoppers Drug Mart for the same price: $9.99 🙂

  2. sally says:

    Thanks Melissa!

  3. 47foxes says:

    shoppers said: we will not let you get a free vitamin with a piece of paper…

  4. sally says:

    Haha so they don’t take coupons anymore? Must of just been your cashier.

  5. Violet says:

    us Quebecers don’t need no vitamins. we got 5 a 7 to clean out our systems.

  6. Krys says:

    If you cant use the printable version
    email them and tell them! I did and they are sending me a coupon.
    make sure to mention or websaver, etc.. So hopefully with enough hints they will look into offering coupons there!

  7. shyone says:

    Local WM doesn’t have these (or at least not to be found in somewhat bare vitamin section). While running an errand there, figured I’d PM the SDM sale and pick them up there but they didn’t have them.
    SDM I went to let me use the coupon.

  8. Mon says:

    I used 2 printed ones in Shoppers yesterday without any problems (except the cashier missed one digit so had to redo it after I walked out and noticed it) The only problem I can think of is that they are sold out everywhere ! Even those I got were 50+, but they probably only have more calcium so I figured out they cant harm me

  9. Chantelle02 says:

    In which provinces does Walmart have these vitamins..because the ones in Alberta don’t seem to have it in their flyer…unless it’s an in-store special?? Anyone know?

  10. Ferdo says:

    Its hard to use printables. I was able to use the Ziploc at Walmart but even then the cashier was not to happy. Shoppers for sure would not allow this. If you are going to use a printable the best bet is to use when you but a bunch of other stuff, no chance if you are just getting one item and it turns out to be just about free.

    Does anyone have their email? Cant find it on the website

  11. FallenPixels says:

    Wow I didnt know Walmart sold them, its not on their list of retailers on the site and I have never seen them there before, will have to check again this week

  12. janice says:


  13. DeeDee says:

    my SDM tried to enter 10$ coupon but their cash register wouldn’t accept it cuz the price is lower than the sale price. I asked them to just enter 9.99 as the coupon price. Some stores don’t want you to get a free item.

  14. Sally says:

    It was an anon tip so maybe they did mean shoppers? Hmmn…

  15. Will says:

    my local Walmart I went doesn’t have that, I asked someone who works at pharmacy and he said he never saw that brand.

    I also went to two SDM, and both of them wouldn’t let me use the coupon so I complaint about it at facebook of SDM and I was told to give them my contact info so the customer service can reach me.

  16. anything says:

    I hope we can have a list of SDM, Walmart and Zellers which have good cashier. Every stores have different policies and procedures (even in the same store!)

  17. Melissa says:

    I got 3 boxes of them at Shoppers Drug Mart, but I did not use a printable. I used the $10 coupons that came in the last issue of Smartsource. I did have some resistance, but I mentioned to the cashier that Shopper’s had ajusted the price by one cent for me before, and then she did it. It all depends on the cashier. I went in there prepared to be turned down. Luck of the draw! It doesn’t hurt to try and I did, and I got 3 bottles of vitamins for free 🙂

  18. filza says:

    Can somebody plz give me the full link from multibionta website????every walmart near me want to see full website address at the bottom of the page.So they can confirm that coupon is being printed by the website.

  19. f says:

    SDM took my flyer $10 coupon. I had a couple other items and placed them on counter so cashier would ring them in first and then the vitamins. She asked for my Optimum card before I could give my coupons, so I asked for the subtotal and then gave her my coupons. When she looked more closely at the $10 coupon she mentioned she wasn’t sure it would work because of the 1cent difference. I pointed out, that in past, the store had adjusted the coupon noting the 1cent difference. She simply entered the coupon at $10 and it worked.
    I suspect that as long as you have enough as your subtotal to cover the amount of the coupon, you’re okay if in fact the cashier enters the full amount. My limited experience in general with such coupons at a couple SDM is that the cashiers will adjust the coupon to the price of the item (when there is a 1cent difference); you may have to point out that option though and see if the cashier will do it as I find not all will do it automatically but have no problem doing it when you mentioned the store’s done it before.
    Have not seen these vitamins at WM.

  20. T.M. says:

    No problem using these in Moncton, N.B. Thanks for the great link!

  21. Carrie Hamm says:

    I have forund that at Shoppers Drug Mart – if the price of the coupon is larger then the cost of the item – you need to buy something else – make sure they ring the other item in before they try the coupon.

    I Checked my walmart and they didn’t carry the vitamins – Saskatoon, SK

    having a hard time finding the vitamins – must be more on the hunt also!!!!

  22. Nelly says:

    I used two of the printable coupons at SDM today. Initially the cashier thought the coupons had been photocopied, since I had printed them using a black-and-white printer, but I told her I had printed them from the company’s website, so she entered them as $9.99 each. Awesome deal! Thanks!

  23. browngirl82 says:

    Did anyone have to pay taxes on these vitamins after using the coupons at SDM? Did they use coupon code 2001 or 2002?

  24. Laura says:

    These don’t make sense to me.
    Vitamins and Minerals should always be taken with food but probiotics should be taken 1/2 hour before or after food (as advised by my naturopathic doctor).
    Why are they put together?
    Plus, look at the added ingredients! Sucrose? In a multi? Food coloring (Red 40)?

    They amount of certain vitamins and minerals are great either. 55mg of Vitamin C? 85 mg of Calcium? Plus, Iron is stored by the body and should only be taken if your doctor recommends it. It can have negative effects in large amounts.

    As for the probiotics, there’s nothing wrong with adding a small amount of probiotics to a multi but I couldn’t find if they specified how many billion active cells are in it but 10 + billion a day are what my ND recommends for a healthy adult. That might be hard for a non-refrigerated probiotic to achieve.

  25. canadian1 says:

    Most naturopaths are nuts anyway. They frig around and give people bad advice like telling them not to vaccinate their kids… followed by those unvaccinated kids dying from easily preventable diseases like mumps and meningitis. It doesn’t quite matter WHEN you take vitamins, minerals, or probiotics, as long as you take them.

    I have had no problem finding them at Walmart, SDM and Loblaw here. No problems using the coupons either.

  26. emily says:

    as a drugstore employee its shocking how often people use coupons… SO ANNOYING.

    anywho, yeah, you do have to pay taxes. a lady just came in here and bought 10 x $9.99 multibiontas with 10 x $10 OFF coupons. which means she got them free, but still had to pay the $4 something tax.

  27. Karen says:

    Does anyone have the pdf file available? That link is dead.

  28. Mike says:

    Old post but was doing research on multi-vitamins.

    SO SO funny that Emily finds it so annoying that people use coupons so often. What’s up Em? Do you make so much money that saving a few bucks isn’t cool to you?

    Here’s a novel idea…suppose just ONE company in the multi-billion dollar supplement industry decided to take a stand, make high quality pharmaceutical grade supplements AND offer them for less money than their competitors. Boom. No coupons, happy customers.

    Before anyone chirps about costs, my business partner actually has had a sports supplement created and it doesn’t cost anywhere near as much as you would think.

    Oh, and Multibionta is great and doesn’t bother my stomach.


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