Costco Customer Service

Costco logo to highlight Costco customer service.

Trying to find Costco customer service numbers? It could be a challenge in our day as chats, texts and emails are now the norm. However, there are still many of us you want to talk to someone if we have a problem or issue. We feel more comfortable if there is an actual person on the other end. So does Costco have telephone numbers to call?

Costco Customer Service Canada

For Costco Canada, I found one phone number to contact them. They also have email, mail and in person options. The phone number is 1-800-463-3783 if you want to speak to an agent.

Costco US Phone Numbers

For Costco US, I have found quite a few phone numbers from their website. Here are some of the phone to their various departments below:

Costco.com Online Orders……………………………….1-800-955-2292
Call Monday – Friday, 5am to 8pm PT
Call Saturday – Sunday, 5am to 7pm PT


Membership and Warehouse……………………………. 1-800-774-2678
Call Monday to Friday, 6am to 6pm PT
Call Saturday to Sunday, 8am to 5pm PT

Call Your Local Costco

Costco Services for your home, your family and your business.


Costco Business Center Orders………………………. 1-800-788-9968
Call Monday to Friday, 6am to 5pm PT


Costco Concierge Services Technical Support…. 1-866-861-0450
Call Monday to Sunday, 5am to 10pm PT


Costco Home Improvement Installed Products…. 1-844-765-0251
Call Monday to Friday, 5am to 7pm PT
Call Saturday to Sunday, 7am to 5pm PT

Costco Mail Order Pharmacy……………………………. 1-800-607-6861
Call Monday to Friday, 5am to 7pm PT
Call Saturday, 9:30am to 2pm PT

Costco Photo Center……………………………………….. 1-855-620-7579
Call Monday to Sunday, 6am to 8pm PT

Costco Travel………………………………………………….. 1-877-849-2730
Call Monday to Friday, 5am to 9pm PT
Call Saturday to Sunday, 6am to 5:30pm PT

Conclusion

It is nice to see that Costco does still have phone numbers for customers to contact them as there are still many people who still prefer to speak to someone. Even though other means such as chats and emails are getting more effective, nothing beats talking to someone. It just makes you feel better knowing that someone is listening to you. Thank you Costco for still having phone numbers.

Best Diaper Deals – This Week’s sales at Amazon, Superstore, Walmart and Shoppers

Hi there. It’s Monday morning, and that means it’s time for us to start the week off with a diaper deals post! We generally search for the best deals on Pampers and Huggies diapers – the two most popular brands – but also find a few other goodies to share too. So, let’s do this!

Amazon diapers – Diaper sales and deals today

Amazon prices change frequently, so please note that the prices listed are current at the time of writing, but can change at any time.

  • Pampers Swaddlers diapers – range in size from Newborn (basically 0 to 3 months) all the way up to Size 5 which is 24 months and up. The Swaddlers diapers are Pampers softest diapers. The Size 2 are on for $19.98 a pack (with 84 diapers in the pack.) Package prices vary slightly depending on the diaper size you’re buying.
  • Huggies Little Snugglers diapers – Giga pack size – Newborn diapers have 84 diapers in the pack for $19.97 or $0.24/diaper. Currently in stock all the way up to Size 5, which is for babies over 27 lbs. If you click on the link, you can adjust which diaper size you need to buy. Easy peasy.

So at Amazon this week, the Pampers and Huggies are pretty much tied for price value this week. Literally just one penny less for Huggies Little Snugglers.

Superstore Diapers – Best diaper deals at Real Canadian Superstore

Superstore flyer prices are in effect until Thursday, June 10, 2021. Also a few other baby items on sale this week we thought we’d tell you about.

  • Pampers or Huggies super big pack diapers (42 to 124 in each pack) are on sale for $19.98 each this week
  • Huggies Pull Ups (82 to 124 in a pack) OR Pampers Easy Ups training diapers (86 to 112 in a pack) Great deal this week of $29.98 each with a limit of 4. (Over limit price jumps up to $34.98 each.)
  • Huggies 16x wipes (this means it’s like getting 16 regular packs of wipes in this mega pack) are on for $18.98 each with a limit of 4. (over limit price $24.98 each.) It’s nice when the individual packs go on sale, and you don’t have to buy 2 to get the special price.
  • Enfamil A+ formula powder with Omega (Selected varieties in 550-663 gram tubs) are $31.98 this week
  • Baby Gourmet or Gerber Infant snacks $3.48 each
  • PC Baby needs – such as PC Baby powder or lotion $3.00 each (regular size containers)

Walmart Diapers and Baby Stuff on Sale this Week

Walmart’s flyer deals are in effect until Wednesday, June 9, 2021.

  • Huggies Econo pack of Pull Ups or Pampers Giant Easy Ups training pants $29.97 each. (From what I see, Superstore has the best deal on these this week.)
  • Good Start Plus or Soothe Stage 1 formula powder – 550 to 580 gram tubs – Save $4.00 this week – $24.97
  • Similac Pro-Advance Step 1 or 2 formula, Similac Total Comfort Formula, Sensitive or Isomil – Selected varieties and sizes – (Great deal here you guys) – Save $8.00 this week – $28.98 each

Shoppers Drug Mart Diapers and Baby Stuff on Sale this Week

These prices are good until Thursday, June 10, 2021. Last week we did the best way to get the most PC Optimum points at Shoppers for this week – and it’s a bonus redemption week too!

  • Huggies super boxed diapers $22.99
  • Pampers jumbo diapers or training pants in regular sized packs – $12.99 each
  • Goodnites (34 to 44 in a pack) OR Pull-ups (44 to 88 in a pack) – $24.99 each
  • Baby Gourmet or Love Child baby food pouches (128 ml) $1.79 each
  • Live Clean baby toiletries $5.99 each
  • PC Baby accessories (like sippy cups or soothers) – Up to 15% off this week
  • PC Baby toiletries – such as baby powder, baby oil or baby lotion $2.99 each
  • PC Scented or unscented baby wipes – 100 in each pack – $2.99 each
  • PC Pediatric nutritional supplement (6 x 235 ml) OR Baby formula – Up to 15% off this week

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5 Gifts for Beekeepers, Bee Lovers and Honey Lovers

I’ve always had a love of all things bees. I love watching big fat bumblebees drinking in the nectar of awaiting flowers, and how they seem loopy with happiness after they’ve had a good feed. I love watching beekeepers taking care of the hives, carefully producing delicious local honey. And, I’ve even been known to stop and pet a docile and chubby little bumblebee while they’re nestled in a flower. They’re just so precious. (I’m not sure my husband agrees – he tends to run away from them! haha)

Today I’ve curated 5 beautiful gift ideas for the beekeepers, bee lovers, or honey lovers in your life. Or, maybe you’re the one who loves our beautiful, and wonderfully helpful bees. In which case, enjoy perusing the different products that may touch your bee-loving heart.

1. Burt’s Bees Hand Cream – Orange blossom and Pistachio

Burt's Bees Hand Cream Orange Blossom & Pistachio
Burt’s Bees Hand Cream Orange Blossom & Pistachio
Made extra luscious for dry hands with the addition of Shea butter, this little tube of rich hand cream is perfect to keep in your purse or gym bag. $6.99 @ Well.ca

2. White ceramic honey pot with honey spoon by Maxwell Williams

Honey Pot with Lid & Spoon by Maxwell Williams
Honey Pot with Lid & Spoon by Maxwell Williams
A nice, clean and simple honey pot design in white porcelain. Comes with a lid, and a little honey spoon to dip into the honey. Keeps your table clean when you want to serve honey! $11.95 @ Linen Chest

3. Bee Kind Mug with Bees and Inspirational saying

Bee Kind Latte Mug
Bee Kind Latte Mug
A sweet little gift idea that’s currently on 40% off! This mug has a bee front and center, and then the saying: Bee Kind, grateful, brave, true. Sweet. $11.99 at Calendars.com

4. Talisman Designs Bee engraved cheese board/cutting board in beechwood


Talisman Designs Beechwood Cheese Board, Laser Etched with Honey Bee Art, 7″ Wide
This adorable little solid beechwood board is perfect for serving cheese, or slicing up limes and lemons. *Please note – it is a small board.* Most importantly, it has an adorable bee motif that makes it very charming. $23.26 on Amazon.ca

5. Kikkerland Little Bee House for Solitary Bees – great for out in the garden

Kikkerland Little Bee House
Kikkerland Little Bee House
Solitary bees are bees that – as their name suggests – are introverts! These bees are on their own, and are extremely docile. But, they need a little home of their own, which is exactly what this little pine bee house is intended to do. Apparently, solitary bees are three times more effective at pollinating, so by drawing them to your garden, all your garden flowers may thank you. $14.99 @ Well.ca

Bee Lovers Gifts – Conclusion

It’s been a beautiful wander around beeland today, a journey I quite enjoyed. If I find other lovely bee related gifts and goodies, i’ll definitely come back and update this post with my new finds. I’ll buzz along now…happily finding some other bargains and deals for you guys

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Applying For EI Benefits, 5 Things You Should Know

Stressed out person applying for EI Benefits

Applying for EI benefits is often a stressful experience.  The process is not user friendly.  First, you have to go to the government website and look for the EI application.  Once you have found it, you then have the arduous process of going through it, which can take hours.  Also, calling the 1-800 number for help may take even more hours! (This is understandable right now, during the coronavirus crisis. The number of EI claims is shocking! At last count, there were 2.2 million new EI claims in Canada.)

 However, if you have lost your job and have no other money coming in, you need to apply for Employment Insurance.  So, what are some things that you need to know when you are applying for EI benefits?  Here are 5 things that you need to know:

Applying for EI Benefits: Apply Immediately (Even Without a Record of Employment)

Surprisingly, many do not apply for EI right away, thinking that they need to wait for their record of employment.  They might think that it’s pointless to apply without their ROE.  This is 100% wrong.  You should apply for EI benefits right after you finish your last day of work, period.  Why?  First, you only have 4 weeks from your last work day to apply.  If you do not, you could get less benefits than you are entitled to.

 Second, most records of employment are automatically sent to EI by your employer.  So even if you haven’t received one yet, it’s most likely that the government has it already.

Third, the government can make a temporary record of employment based on your application and set up your EI claim using that.  Once the actual record of employment comes in, your application can be recalculated. 

Applying for EI: More Details are Better

For some reason, many people don’t want to describe the reasons why they are no longer working.  Maybe it’s because they are shy or perhaps, they do not want to seem to complain about their situation.    However, it is extremely important to give full details on why you are no longer working, especially if you quit or were dismissed.  More is better!  Think about it this way: whoever is going to look at your application has no idea of the situation at all.  For them, it’s like looking at a blank canvas.  You need to create a detailed picture or painting.  The more details you can provide, the clearer the picture is.  This helps the benefits officer make a better decision on your application.

Applying for EI: Dismissal is Not Actually Bad

This is one of the biggest misconceptions about EI.  Most people think if you get dismissed or fired from your job that you automatically won’t get EI.  Employers will even tell employees that it’s better for you to quit than to get fired.  This is absolutely not true!  Why?  Because if your employer dismisses you, the onus is on the employer to prove misconduct on the part of the employee in order to deny their EI benefits.  A lot of EI adjudicators use the Black’s Dictionary of misconduct to define whether someone has done something that is willful and of evil intent. 

For example, if your employer dismissed you because you were not good at your job that is not misconduct.  Even if you were late for work, or were argumentative etc., the employer would have to show that they addressed the issue.  For example, were there warnings, conversations and the like?   Even, for things like accusing an employee of theft, the responsibility is on the employer to show or prove that this happened.  For example, were their witnesses?  Is there video?  Did they call the police and file a police report? 

Also, if an employee was paid severance by their employer, this shows that there wasn’t misconduct The thinking behind this is why would you pay additional money to someone who committed misconduct?  As you can see, with dismissal the pressure is on the employer to prove misconduct, which is not easy to do.

It’s a Lot Harder to Get EI Benefits if You Quit

Many people do not realize this, but it is really hard to get EI benefits if you quit.  Unfortunately, people think that it’s better than getting dismissed or fired.  This is false, because f you quit all the pressure is on you to prove that you had “just cause” in quitting.  What does this mean?  It means that you had no other choice.

For example, suppose you were being harassed at work by a co-worker.  You couldn’t take it anymore and wanted to quit.  However, for EI purposes you would have to exhaust your alternatives first.  Did you talk to a manager about the harassment?  Had you gone to your union about the harassment?  Did you go to Human Resources?  Did you go to Labour Standards or Human Rights?  If you did and there was still no real change in your situation then you would have a chance to get EI benefits. 

A tool that can help you if you are in this position of either thinking of quitting your job or you’ve already done so is the EI Digest.   This document lays out how different EI issues are looked at. It can give you some insight on what information you would need to provide on your EI application.

If Rejected, Appeal

It is always tough to get a rejection letter, but especially when it comes to EI benefits.  As a result, many people give up and move on.  However, in a lot of cases you should appeal the decision.  You might feel intimidated because when you appeal, it says there will be an appeal hearing with a 3-person tribunal (called a board of referees). You have the option to be present for it.  It is like going to court and who wants to go to court?  However, there is a step that’s not mentioned that might help you if you write an appeal letter on why you feel the decision made was incorrect.

Before an appeal goes to the board of referees, it goes to the appeal department.  This department is made of experienced adjudicators who will look at the application again. They see if the original decision made was correct. And they also decide if they could possibly allow the claim based on information the client has provided on the application and any new information in their appeal letter.

 The advantage of this is that you have a more experienced adjudicator looking at your EI claim with even more information.  This gives you a better chance at being approved.  Also, sometimes they might find another way for you to qualify for EI benefits. For example the information you provided might qualify you for sickness benefits, rather than regular Employment Insurance.  So, it doesn’t hurt to try to appeal a decision if you are rejected.

Conclusion

Applying for EI benefits is hard and can be emotionally draining.  However, if you keep the above points in mind, hopefully the process will be a bit easier   Applying for any government benefit seems intimidating but the more you know about a program, the easier it is to navigate through it.  Hopefully, this results in a favourable outcome for you.

Shoppers Drug Mart Flyer this Week – Bonus Redemption of PC Optimum points! Plus how to get more points

A bonus redemption event is happening again at Shoppers this week! And yes, that does get us pretty excited. It means you’ll get more free stuff for your accumulated points. Let’s go find all the best way to earn bonus points this week PLUS we’ll talk more about that Bonus Redemption event happening at Shoppers Drug Mart. All deals in effect June 5 to June 10, 2021 unless otherwise noted.

Shoppers Drug Mart Bonus Redemption this Week (PC Optimum points bonus)

This bonus event starts a day earlier than the other flyer sales – and runs from June 4 to June 9, 2021. (Please take note that it ends a day earlier too! Wouldn’t want you to show up at Shoppers hoping to get all those extra freebies, and then be disappointed.)

Bonus redemption week everyone!
  • Spend 50,000 points and get $65 worth of free stuff (A bonus $15 free)
  • Spend 100,000 points and get $140 off your purchase (An extra $40)
  • Spend 200,000 points and get $300 off (An extra $100! Wow)

20,000 bonus points offer this week

To get your 20,000 bonus points offer you’ll simply need to load it onto your app. This is an exclusive offer this week at Shoppers Drug Mart from June 4 to June 9, 2021.

Next Shoppers Seniors Day is…

Thursday, June 10, 2021. This time around the offer for seniors is to save 20% on almost all regular priced merchandise. Remember that you need to scan your PC Optimum card or the app in order to get the deal.

Bonus Points on Baby Stuff – Formula and Diapers

  • Enfamil A+ OR A+2 OR Gentlease ready to feed liquid baby formula (It says this formula comes in nipple-ready bottles, so it’s really ready to feed baby!) 18 bottles for $54.99 and get 2000 points
  • Enfamil baby bottle nipples and rings (for the new ready-to-feed formula bottles – above) $5.49 each and get 500 points

Bonus Points on Beauty Products (Makeup, Haircare, etc.)

  • Avene sun care products (lots of sun block options here) – Buy 2 get 8000 points
  • Bic Soleil razors (3 or 4 in a pack) OR Hybrid razor systems – $6.99 each AND Buy 2 get 4000 points
  • Burt’s Bees blush OR powder OR matte foundation OR tinted moisturizer – Up to 15% off AND Get 2500 points
  • Burt’s Bees (one of my favourite brands!) hydrating lip oils (7.9 grams) OR lip balms in the 2 pack – Buy 2 get 4000 points
  • Dermablend Professional makeup products – Buy 2 get 10,000 points
  • Gillette Sensor, Venus OR Mach 3 disposable razors (selected styles and sizes) – Get 3500 points
  • FRAGRANCES; Hugo Boss fragrances in the 50 to 75 ml bottles – Get 20,000 points
  • Gillette Skinguard, Fusion or Venus (selected sizes) razors – Spend $25 get 6500 points
  • Hawaiian Tropic sun care products – Buy 2 get 4000 points
  • Head and Shoulders supreme colour protect shampoo (350 ml) OR Pantene Blends OR Pantene Hair Affair hair care products – Buy 2 get 5000 points
  • La Roche Posay Anthelios sun care products (like sunblock and sunscreen) Buy 2 get 5000 points
  • Life brand hair removal products – like wax, strips, eyebrow shapers and more – Buy 2 get 2500 points
  • Life brand sun, skin or hair care products – lots of products in this bonus, then! – Spend $20 get 4000 points back
  • Loreal Preference hair colour kits – Buy 2 get 3000 points
  • Marcelle Nano retro eyebrow pencil OR Quintet eye shadows – Buy 2 get 2500 points
  • Natural Instincts OR Nice ‘n Easy hair colour kits – Buy 2 get 1500 points (On sale this week for $6.99 each. Limit of 4 at that price; over limit price $7.99 each.)
  • Olay pressed serums OR overnight masks OR Total Effects facial moisturizers – selected types and sizes – Buy 2 get 6000 points
  • Ombrelle sun care products – selected types – Buy 2 get 4000 points
  • Pacifica Plant Magic nail colour – plant perfect nails for summer – Bio based formulas in long lasting shades – Buy 2 get 5000 points (Vegan nail polish)
  • Pantene colour shampoo (285 ml) OR conditioner (237 ml) OR Head and Shoulder’s Clinical hair care products (including shampoo and conditioner and a spray that helps ease the symptoms and itch of dandruff) – Buy 2 get 3000 points
  • Parissa hair removal products – such as brow waxing kits and bikini waxing kits – Get 1000 points
  • NYX cosmetics – Spend $25 get 20x the points
  • Quo Beauty cotton pads (all sizes), cosmetic bags OR cosmetic implements (like tweezers or eyelash curlers) – Buy 2 get 3000 points
  • Quo Beauty makeup brushes – Get 10x the points
  • Revlon manicure or pedicure products – Buy 2 get 4000 points
  • Root Touch Up Palette, blending gel OR spray hair colour $9.99 each AND Buy 2 get 2000 points
  • Sally Hansen Complete Salon manicure nail enamel – selected types – Buy 2 get 2000 points
  • Vichy Ideal soleil sun care products (Such as their SPF 50 sunblock or it also comes in an SPF 60) – Buy 2 get 4000 points
  • Vichy Mineral Blends makeup – selected types – Get 5000 points

Bonus points on Cleaning Products

  • Finish dishwasher detergent, Air Wick air fresheners OR Lysol cleaning products – Spend $20 or more and get 6000 points
  • Snuggle fabric softener (1.47 L bottle) OR Persil laundry detergent (1.18 L bottle); Selected types – $5.99 each AND get 1000 points

Bonus Points on Food and Groceries

  • Dairyland lactose free milk OR Microfiltered milk – 2 Liters – $4.99 each AND 1000 points

Bonus Points on Gift Cards at Shoppers

I love a good bonus point deal on gift cards! This week get 7500 bonus points for every $50 you spend on Google, Sony, KEG or Kobo gift cards.

Bonus Points on Health Care Products (and Natural Health)

  • Anbesol film foaming gel (3.5 ml) OR Hello charcoal manual toothbrushes (1 in a pack) OR Hello charcoal toothpaste – Get 1000 points
  • Band Aid brand bandages – 10 to 60 in a box; selected types – Get 20x the points
  • Colgate Optic white OR Overnight whitening pen OR Keep Manual toothbrush starter kits – (The Keep manual toothbrush is a NEW product.) Get 3000 points
  • Crest whitening emulsions apply and go whitening treatment OR 3D Whitestrips Charcoal Mint (14 in a pack) $39.99 each AND Get 4000 points
  • Fibre Choice prebiotic chewable fibre tablets (90 in a bottle) – Buy one get one free! – and get 2000 points
  • IBGard multisymptom relief from irritable bowel syndrome – Get 5000 points AND 15% off
  • Life brand disposable razors – 3 to 10 in a pack – Buy 2 get 2000 points
  • Life brand liners OR Ultra thin pans (menstrual pads) – selected sizes – Buy 2 get 2000 points
  • Life brand mouthwash – 1 L bottles – Buy 2 get 2000 points
  • Life brand natural health care products (the flyer shows products such as Melatonin,
  • Listerine mouth wash in the 1.5 L size – Get 20x the points
  • O.B. tampons (18’s) OR Playtex Sport tampons (16-18 in a box) – Buy 2 get 2000 points
  • Oregano oil pills and Echinacea) – Buy 2 get 3000 points
  • PC Natural whey protein powder – selected types – 900 gram tub – Buy 2 get 10,000 points
  • PC Vegan protein powder (840 grams) or Protein + Greens protein powder (520 grams) – All plant based protein powder – Buy 2 get 5000 points
  • Polysporin ointment OR skin care products by Polysporin or Aveeno for treating eczema – 15% off AND Get 5x the points
  • Reactine rapid dissolve tablets (allergy pills) – 48 in a box – Get 20x the points
  • Refresh eye drops (20-30 ml size bottles) – Up to 20% off AND Get 10x the points
  • Webber Naturals collagen products – Buy 3 get 5000 points
  • U by Kotex tampons (30s to 32s) OR liners (80’s to 126’s) OR pads (20’s to 60’s) $8.99 each AND Get 1000 points on each

Shoppers Bonus Event and Bonus Points this Week – Conclusion

There we have it! Loads and loads of ways to not only stock up on more points, but also the best way to spend those points if you have lots of them already collected. Happy – and safe – shopping to you! 🙂

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Pastry Cutter Amazon – 45% off FoxRun Pastry Wheel and Cutter (Gifts for Bakers)

Pastry cutters and crimpers give you the perfect edges to your pies and pastry. If you know someone who loves to bake, then this is an ideal little gift for them! In one handy gadget you can crimp your pastry, or cut into whatever shape you need. (Also an easy way to cut pasta.)

Fox Run 2-in-1 pastry cutter and crimper on sale. Currently $10.02 (But please note that this is the current price at time of writing; prices can change at any time.)

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Watercolours Art Set – 45% Off – Now only $20.39 – Includes watercolour paint, brushes, palette, paper and more

Here’s a great deal on a little art set for anyone who wants to try some watercolour painting. Comes with everything you need to get started, and for only about $20 it’s an awesome deal of the day! 28 different watercolour paint colours, so a nice amount to get started with. And painting is such a relaxing thing to do, especially now that the weather has turned nicer and the sun is out! Get outside, soak up some of that beautiful sun and try a little painting.

Watercolor paint set – $20.39 (Please note that prices can change at any time and that this sale price was current at time of writing.)

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Toronto Weather – Planning Your Day in the GTA

A picture of Toronto skyline to highlight Toronto weather.

Need to know what the Toronto weather is going to be like today? You definitely do especially if you are planning a day outdoors. Lake affected weather can be unpredictable and Toronto has a lot of that! Click the following links below to get the current forecast in Toronto. So plan you day and have a good one!

Toronto Weather

Here is the links to the city’s current weather from The Weather Network, Global news and CBC weather. Here you will get up to date data and outlook for the rest of the day and week.

The Weather Network, Global News and CBC weather

Conclusion

Toronto is indeed on of the great cities in the world. The things you can do are endless. However, the weather here can be unpredictable. So it is good to plan your day accordingly so you will be ready for any sudden changes. Yes, be prepared when it comes to weather here. Have a wonderful day and whatever you are doing, please stay safe. Enjoy!

PC Optimum Points at Superstore this Week – Superstore Flyer and Deals – Free Groceries!

Time to do some grocery shopping! Superstore has some excellent deals this week – and also some freebies you can take advantage of if you’re going to do a big shop. I don’t know about you guys, but I love their freebie coupons they post in their flyer every week. This week if you spend $300 (at Western Canada locations) you’ll get a pantry pack of storage containers worth $24.99. Nice! If you don’t need them, I’m sure you know a friend or family member who can use them.

But, as always we’re really focused on getting you the maximum PC Optimum Points for your grocery dollars. So let’s go! These offers and prices are in effect from May 28 to June 3, 2021 unless otherwise noted.

Bonus PC Optimum points on Baby Stuff – Diapers, Formula, etc.

Bonus PC Optimum points on Food and Drinks (Groceries)

  • Bubly, Montpellier, Evian or ARTO Lifewtr sparkling water and gourmet water brands – For every $10 spent get 3000 points (This is an offer for online shopping only; you’ll need to use code WATER2021 at checkout.)
  • Maple Leaf natural Top Dog hot dogs/wieners – Selected varieties in the 375 gram or 900 gram packages – For every $10 spent get 1000 points
  • Uncle Ben’s Bistro Express, Fast and Fancy rice, Natural Select, Seeds of Change, 10 minute specialty rice, Uncle Ben’s or Seeds of change beans (selected varieties and sizes) – For every $12 spent get 3000 bonus points

Bonus PC Optimum points on Health and Beauty Items

  • Caprina foam bath – Their famous goat’s milk foaming bath – $4.98 each and get 500 points
  • Dove men’s bar soap (3 x 106 grams), body wash (400 ml), hand wash (400 ml), deodorant or antiperspirant (76 or 85 grams), or hair care or hair styling – 1000 points
  • Irish Spring bar soap, original scent 16 bars x 106 grams – $9.98 each (with a limit of 4 at that price – over limit price is $11.98) and get 3000 points
  • Reactine Get 5000 points for every $20 spent on Reactine allergy pills and medication (all varieties and sizes, nice!)
  • Veet hair removal products – wax strips, wax, or cream – 1000 points

Bonus PC Optimum points on Kids Stuff and Toys

  • Jump Kids World toys – Get 3000 points on every $10 spent

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Jysk Canada – Save up to 30% on Outdoor Furniture (Summer sale)

Pretty nice to be able to start talking about summer, am I right? Jysk has a sale starting on Outdoor Living and Summer Essentials. And as you probably already know, they have some pretty cool products at equally awesome prices. Lots of patio furniture on sale, so if you’re in the market for a backyard update, this might be what you’re looking for.

How many Jysk locations are there in Canada?

Need to know if there’s a Jysk location near you? There are a total of 61 Jysk stores in Canada. These are in Alberta, BC, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.

Visit Jysk for more details – and for a complete listing of their locations, click on their store locator page.

Does Jysk have curbside pickup?

If you want to shop online and simply go pick up your purchase at your local Jysk, you can! According to their website, Jysk can have your pickup order ready in 60 minutes.