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!)
Hi all. Hope it’s a lovely sunny day where you are. Here in Calgary the weather has the nerve to bring some white stuff to us today – yes, I’m talking snow! But, if you know weather here in Calgary, you’ll know that snow can arrive nearly any month of the year.
This week we’re sharing some of Save On Food’s best deals this week. There is a mega coupon event that will get you lots of More Rewards – and More Rewards equals free stuff. We’re all about the free stuff! In fact, we like to say that free is our very favourite price.
So let’s go find some deals!
How to get More Rewards at Save On Foods
More Rewards is the Save On Foods reward programs. You can earn bonus points in a few different ways:
Earn points by purchasing specific products. For instance, sometimes a certain food or product will give you extra points. For instance, this week in the Save On flyer it shows that if you buy 2 Johnsonville sausages (dinner sausages in the 500 gram packs) you’ll earn 500 bonus points. These points will immediately show up on your receipt after you’ve paid for your groceries – whether you shop in store or at home and do curbside pickup. (Our favourite method of grocery shopping these days.)
Earn points with BONUS OFFERS – These are often a coupon that is shown in the physical or digital flyer for Save On Foods. You’ll usually need to download the digital version onto your Save On app/Save On More Rewards card. For instance: Spend $100 on groceries, get 2000 bonus points. Bonus tip: I learned this one the hard way! There is a PROMO CODE section on your Save on grocery app – you’ll find it when you’re about to checkout. You can use VIP codes that you find in the flyer in that section to make sure you earn your bonus points. (Some of the recent codes have been VIP18, VIP19, VIP20 and so on.)
Earn points by checking out MY OFFERS. These are customized offers available to you on your app. There can be big bonus offers – this week if I spend $115 on groceries I’ll get 4600 bonus points. That’s an incredible offer! But you’ll also have offers in your app that you need to load onto your card – for instance bonus offers on more grocery items.
Does Save On charge for curbside pickup?
Amazingly, no! Save On Foods does not currently have a fee for grocery pickup. We’ve been using Save On throughout the pandemic, and have been very impressed by this service. To have someone do your grocery shopping for you, and then simply place them all into your trunk when you arrive is incredible. But to not charge a cent extra? Extraordinary! We just love it.
Save On FREE GROCERIES Event this Week – Extra Free Groceries for your Points
If you’ve been saving up your points then this week is the time to spend them, you guys. Save $50 with 24,000 points, Save $100 with 36,000 points or save a whopping $200 with 48,000 points redeemed! Awesome deals this week.
This Week’s Best Bonus MORE REWARDS at Save On Foods – On Food and Groceries
Please note this is the Western flyer; these prices are in effect May 20 to May 26, 2021.
Activia multipack yogurts – 8 x 100 gram tubs – $4.49 each and Buy 2 get 450 points
FREE Groceries with Your points this week – Free Food
Energizer batteries – selected varieties and sizes – FREE with 3500 points redeemed. Yay for free batteries!
Multigrain bakery bread (or their Nottingham bread variety) 567 gram loaves – Free with 1250 points
Nabob coffee – Free regular packs for only 1600 points! I love their decaf coffee, so was glad to snag a freebie this week. This is a really great deal, since the price of the coffee was $7.79 a bag.
Purina One dog food, dry – 1.81 kg bag – $8.99 each or FREE with 4500 points redeemed
Schneiders bacon – selected varieties in the 375 gram packs – Free with 3500 points
Western Family white eggs – 1 dozen – Free with 1800 points
Save On More Rewards – VIP COUPON THIS WEEK
This week’s flyer coupon is 1600 bonus points when you spend $100 on groceries. The promo code for this is VIP21. But be sure to check out your ‘My Offers’ on your app. This week I had a coupon code for 4600 points for every $115 I spent! So it’s definitely downloading those bonus coupons – you may get even more points.
Save On Deals this Week – Conclusion
There we have it, bargain shoppers. Lots of great ways to load up on – and SPEND – those More Rewards points. Hey, if we have to do the grocery shopping we might as well get as many freebies as we can, right?
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It’s time to plan your weekly shop, bargaineers! Yes, I am talking all about Real Canadian Superstore today, and the best deals they have to let you rack up major PC Optimum points! The more points you collect, the more you can save. 10,000 points = $10 of free stuff at Superstore (or Shoppers Drug Mart, for that matter.)
Let’s go do some points hunting, shall we? Offers are in effect from Friday, May 14 to Thursday, May 20.
When do the new Superstore flyers come out?
The new Superstore flyers come out every Thursday, but the prices in them come into effect the next day – every Friday. Keep this in mind, especially if you do online shopping!
Superstore Free Offer this week – Free Gift when you spend $300
If you’re doing a big shop, then you’ll want to know about the free gift offer at Superstore this week. (This is for the Western region.) This week if you spend $300 or more, and you can show the coupon from the flyer, you can get a $25 value Copperstone sun and skin care pack for FREE!
Bonus PC Optimum Points on Food and Drinks
Anchor’s Bay cooked clam meat (340 grams) OR seafood medley (360 gram packages) OR basa fillets (400 grams) – $5.98 each AND 1000 points
Bubly sparkling flavoured water, Montellier water or Evian water – Get 2500 points for every $10 spent
Doritos tortilla chips – 155 grams to 235 gram size bags – Buy 2 get 1000 points
PC coffee pods (like Keurig) – package of 30 pods – OR – Whole bean coffee (907 grams) $12.98 each AND 2000 points
Pepsi soft drinks – selected multi can or bottle packs – 300 points
Starbucks Iced espresso or iced coffee beverages (found in the refrigerated section)
Bonus PC Optimum Points on Health and Beauty
Tresemme hair care (shampoo, conditioner), styling products (like hairspray, mousse or gel) or Root Touch Up – selected varieties and sizes – Buy 2 get 1500 bonus points
Bonus PC Optimum Points on HOME and GARDEN Products
5000 points on every $15 spent on patio accessories – such as patio furniture and a lot more
Special Optical Offer (Eyeglasses on sale at Superstore)
This is a very cool offer to tell you about this week. If you’re a CAA member (Canadian Automobile Association) then you can save 40% this week on an entire eyeglass purchase. You’ll likely just need to show your CAA card to get this special deal. This offer is in effect from May 13-19, 2021.
Bonus PC Optimum points on Gas (at Esso or Mobil gas stations)
Another cool offer this week is this one: Get 30 bonus points per litre of gas purchased at Esso or Mobil gas stations. This weekend only – so this offer is in effect from May 13-16, 2021. Make sure to show your PC Optimum card or app to get this deal and collect those extra points. Hey, gas prices are going up, so we might as well offset it a bit with extra points, right?
I absolutely adore Pur gum and mints. Anyone who knows me knows that I always have a large bag of Pur gum in my purse. (True story: my little nephew, who was three at the time, saw bags of Pur gum hanging in a store. He excitedly pointed to the bags of gum, and screeched at his Mom: “Auntie Tina!” So…I might even have a slight addiction to the stuff. I’m not ashamed, I’m not ashamed.) And, anyone who ever needs a piece of gum always knows who to come to! I not only stock up on the stuff, but I’m pretty happy to share it with anyone else.
I became such a fan of this stuff a few years ago, when I realized that by chewing gum with aspartame all the time, I was actually consuming an awful lot of aspartame! I had mostly taken aspartame out of my diet via other things – like pop or foods – but I still was consuming it by chewing gum. So, I love that this gum tastes delicious, doesn’t have sugar OR aspartame, and is in fact good for your teeth! Xylitol is a natural sweetener that inhibits the type of bacteria that causes cavities. So, chewing Xylitol gum can help to strengthen your teeth, and prevent cavities! (But – an important warning here to pet owners. Xylitol is POISONOUS to cats and dogs! If you have a pet in the house, please keep any xylitol products stored up high and well out of their reach. We want to keep our little buddies healthy and safe.)
If you’re looking to break your addiction to aspartame gum, then search no further! Pur gum actually tastes good, and I find that it stays nice and chewy for longer than some other types of xylitol gums. The flavours are awesome, too!
Here are my favourite Pur brand gum and mint varieties:
Pur sugar free mints – Multi flavour pack
Wow, this is an awesome deal on right now for the multi-pack, where you get to try all the flavours of Pur mints! I really like the peppermint flavour for a good, traditionally strong minty flavour – you know, what you really need after a strong cup of coffee. But, I equally adore the Mojito mint and Tangerine flavours. The Mojito mint mixes mint flavouring with natural lime essence – delish! Prices are current at time of writing, but can change at any time.
And again, a favourite deal on a multi-pack, this time on Pur gum. I’ve personally tried all of these flavours and really enjoyed all of them. Spearmint is my go-to gum flavour, as it’s a bit milder and I just like that particular taste. But all of these are flavours of chewing gum that you’ll like – especially the cinnamon! I find that chewing on a piece of Pur cinnamon gum gets rid of my sweets cravings – sometimes! hahaha I can’t guarantee that you won’t still want a chocolate bar (looking in the mirror), but it is a good option to try.
And, all of these Pur gum and mints are Keto friendly. And there is no funky aftertaste like you get with a lot of sweeteners. Great flavour, no sugar or aspartame, stays soft and chewy longer. Check, check, and check. Stock up on some of this delightful stuff, and even your teeth will thank you.
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Are you planning to go get groceries at Superstore this week? Before you go, check out the best PC Optimum point deals and bonuses this week. It’s an easy way to plan ahead and maximize how many points you can earn. And points means free food, so yes please!! So, before you finalize this week’s grocery list, be sure to check out the deals below.
A quick preview – if you need to buy glasses, there is an awesome deal on at Superstore Optical departments this week! One of the best eyeglasses deals I’ve personally seen in a while.
Please note these prices are in effect April 30th to May 6th, 2021 unless otherwise indicated.
Save Double the GST
From April 30 to May 6 Superstore is running a ‘Save Double the GST’ Sale. You’ll save double the tax on items from these departments: Home, electronics, toys, baby, Health and Beauty, Cosmetics, Joe Fresh clothes, Lawn and garden, and pharmacy (but does not include prescriptions.)
PC Optimum Bonus points on Cleaning and Household
Purex liquid laundry detergent (4.2 or 6 L size) OR Sunlight liquid laundry detergent (4.2 L) OR Snuggle liquid fabric softener (4.25 L) $11.98 each AND get 1000 points
PC Optimum Bonus Points on Food and Groceries
Casa Mendosa tortillas – selected varieties – 10″ or 7″ tortillas – Buy any 2 and get 1500 points
Good Host Iced tea mix crystals – 2.35 kg tub $6.98 with a limit of 4 or over limit price of $9.49 – 1000 points
Heinz beans or pasta – the big CLUB PACK sizes (9 cans of the Heinz beans or Heinz pasta like Alphagetti) – $8.98 each with a limit of 4 (Over limit price is $13.48.) 2000 points
Kraft peanut butter – $4.77 for 1 kg AND get 1000 points
Kurkure snacks, LAYS potato chips, Doritos tortilla chips OR Cheetos cheesies – Get 1000 points on every $5 spent
PC Caesar salad kit, sweet kale salad kit or other salad kits (586 or 680 gram size bags) – 500 points. The sale price is $5.48.
Pringles mega size potato chips – Buy any 2 and get 1000 points
Sunrype fruit to go snacks (1.01 kg CLUB PACK) or Fruit Source bars (1.11 kg CLUB PACK size) $17.98 each and get 3000 points
PC Optimum Bonus points on Optical – Glasses
This is a great deal! From April 22 until May 5, 2021 get a bonus 40,000 points for every $150 you spent in the optical department at Superstore. That’s like getting 40 bucks back in cash. Sweet.
PC Optimum Bonus Points on Health and Beauty Products
Dove bar soap (3 bars x 106 g) OR Dove Body wash (354 or 400 ml bottles) – 1000 points each
RenewLife products – Get 10,000 points on every $50 spent on RenewLife Products. These are probiotic products including flora gut health supplements.
Veet hair removal products – wax strips, wax or cream hair remover – On sale this week for up to 20% off AND get 1000 points
PC Optimum Bonus points on Toys and Games
Fisher price toys, Hot Wheels cars or Barbie – Get 5000 points for every $20 spent
Hasbro family games – Get 5000 bonus points for every $25 spent
Best Deals at Superstore – Conclusion
Hope you found a few ways to gather up extra PC Optimum points this week. Remember that 10,000 points equals $10 of free stuff, so collecting points really pays off. Happy (and safe!) shopping everyone.
There is nothing more soothing than a cup of delicious herbal tea. So, when I went hunting for some good deals this week I was very happy to discover this sale! Traditional Medicinals organic herbal teas are on an excellent price right now of only $3.99. This is a great deal on organic teas, which can get pretty pricey. Here are the types on sale right now. Please note that sale prices are correct at time of writing, but prices can change at any time.
Traditional Medicinals Nighty Night bedtime tea – A tea blended with chamomile and passion flower to ease you gently, and naturally, to sleep. (I drink a cup of Sleepytime tea every single night. This looks like a lovely alternative!) The box even declares that this tea is a nighttime sleep aid.
There you go, bargain hunters – lovely, organic boxes of tea bags to treat yourself or someone you love. Enjoy a cuppa!
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There is no denying it – what we spend on food can cost us a huge portion of our income. And, with prices of food seemingly going up continuously, we all are looking for ways to save on our weekly grocery bills. Here are our top 10 ways to save on groceries starting today.
1. Change Supermarkets or Grocery stores
I know, you’ve shopped at your favourite store forever and so did your Mama and your grandmother. Maybe the store you shop at is very comfortable for you – you know where everything is located, and you even know the names of your favourite cashiers! I get it. But, changing to a lower-cost supermarket can save you immense amounts of money. Stores like Walmart and No-Frills are much lower cost than high-end grocery stores.
2. Shop at multiple grocery stores
Instead of hitting up only one store every week, make a detailed list of the best sales (or loss leaders) at every store, and stock up on those. This one tip alone will save you a huge amount of money!
3. Search grocery flyers or flyer apps before you head out
Apps like Flipphave made browsing through grocery flyers a way easier task! You can even create a shopping list of all the specials at each store, and then access that list easily on your smartphone. Or, of course there are still paper flyers that you can peruse. This way you are armed with the information on what each store has on sale this week, allowing you to get the best deals. And therefore – save your money!
4. Make a price book
This has been a frugal living tip for a long time, as any longtime frugalites will know! What is a price book? Basically, a notebook (or digital file on your phone or tablet) where you keep track of the best prices in your area for the food you buy. This is helpful because it is such a personal document – you will know what is truly a good deal when organic strawberries are on sale, for instance. You only need to keep track of the things you regularly purchase. It’ll help you understand when something is actually a very good deal. Making your own price book will help you save money because you’ll know what is and isn’t a good deal on the food YOU purchase the most often.
5. Shop at Farmer’s Markets or Local produce markets
Ahhh, I love an afternoon at the Farmer’s Market! But, some of these markets are quite pricey along with their charm and quaintness. Ask around to find the best markets with the lowest prices. Sometimes shopping nearer the end of the day means you can snag a deal on produce that the grower doesn’t want to drag back home with them. Plus, local produce markets are also popping up all over the place – one here in Calgary to try is Fresh & Local. (Located quite centrally on Macleod Trail.) But again, you can find these markets in your local area by searching ‘local markets’, ‘farmers markets + your city’ on Google.
Covid update: It’s not as easy to browse and relax at farmers markets now, but they are still an excellent resource for the freshest produce. Simply plan your trip beforehand, and hit up the stalls you like the best. And of course, always wear a face mask or face covering.
6. Shop at Outlet food stores
I was recently told a tip about an Italian outlet market here in Calgary! It’s called Scarpone’s, and is located in the North of Calgary. There you can get amazing deals on their own canned tomatoes, and items like olives, olive oils, capers and pasta sauces. Ask around in your area, or head to trusty Google and type in ‘outlet food stores’ + ‘your city’ to find some hidden treasures you may never have known existed. (Another good resource to know about is McGavin’s Bread Basket. This store sells bread that is still a number of days out from being past its Best Before date. You can stock up, and freeze the bread, rolls, bagels or English muffins. It is a huge savings on the cost of a regular loaf of bread! And since I have to eatgluten free, the savings are even more tremendous.)
7. Use coupons on groceries
Coupons are one of those things you either love, or you roll your eyes in disgust at the very thought of! I think I’m somewhere in the middle. I usually have a few clipped coupons in my wallet, but only on items that I would normally buy. And apps like Checkout 51make clipping coupons as easy as tapping your smartphone screen. (In fact, you get credited a cash amount – say, $1.00 – after you purchase a certain product and prove that you purchased it by scanning the receipt and sometimes also the UPC. Once you reach a $20.00 threshold, you are sent a cheque! I have indeed received such a cheque, and can verify that this is a worthwhile app to have.)
8. Check clearance sections at supermarkets
The clearance sections of your grocery store can provide all sorts of goodies! Sometimes you can even match a clearance price with a coupon, or a digital coupon on Checkout 51. Score! Double savings, folks. You can find a regular merchandise clearance, a produce clearance, and often a fresh foods clearance. You’ll have to keep your eyes open to find where your store has all the different reduced food sections. Usually these food items have a short best before date, so use up this good food and know that you’re preventing it from being dumped in the landfill! Get used to the type of sales sticker your grocery stores use to markdown their merchandise – sometimes they are yellow stickers, or red stickers. Then, you can look for that telltale sign when you’re searching for markdowns.
9. Try generic or store brand food
Generic or no name products are often just as good as their more highly-advertised, brand name counterparts. Store brands are a good compromise on a product that is just as good as a brand name, but is usually quite a bit cheaper.
10. Shop for groceries online
Many of my friends swear by online grocery shopping. You choose all the food items you want, and then simply go to the store to pick your order up. Some stores have a fee for this service, but it might be worthwhile if it prevents you from impulse buying. Don’t have a car to go pick up your groceries? Then, check out if your local food stores have a delivery service to have your groceries delivered right to your door.
Now, in the time of COVID, online grocery ordering makes more sense than ever before. We use SaveOn Foods online grocery shopping all the time, and we love it! With SaveOn here in Calgary, there is no fee whatsoever for having a personal shopper do your grocery shopping for you. This is the safest way to grocery shop in the time of the pandemic, and we are very grateful to have it as an option.
Bonus Tip – Check Amazon Grocery deals of the day
If you’re comfortable grocery shopping online (and more and more of us ARE now, because of the pandemic we’re living through!) then you need to check out which items Amazon has on sale. This one link will show you the best sale items on food and groceries. You know Amazon though – those deals won’t last! AMAZON GROCERY DEALS TODAY. These are pantry stock up items like: canned soups and chili, spices, ground or whole bean coffee, and of course CHOCOLATE!
We hope that our list of grocery shopping savings tips will help you save some of your hard earned money. With a little pre-planning, a bit of browsing through flyers or flyer apps, and a little effort you can both save money AND eat like a king or queen.
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We love finding the best deals at retailers across Canada – and that often means we’re checking out Superstore. AND, we especially love finding you guys the biggest and best PC Optimum points! So, today we went and hunted out the best bonus deals at Real Canadian Superstore. Please note that these flyer deals are in effect from Friday, December 4 to Thursday, December 10, 2020.
PC Optimum Points on GROCERIES and FOOD
The bonus coupon in this week’s Superstore flyer is: When you spend $300 or more in-store or through PC Express online grocery shopping get a FREE PC Butter infused or Sufra Halal frozen turkey. Value up to $30.00! Must have coupon to get offer – so keep your eyes open for a copy of the Superstore flyer when you enter the store. (Or, make a note of wanting this freebie on your online order.) A free turkey would be lovely, guys!
Best Deal Alert: Aylmer canned tomatoes – Only $0.98 each with a limit of 4. Over limit price is 1.68 each.
Best deal Alert: Kraft peanut butter only $3.77 this week, with a limit of 6
Best deal Alert: Old Mill English muffins, assorted varieties – 6 in a pack – only $1.00 each!
Multi Product Bonus – Get 3000 points for every $12 spent on: Uncle Ben’s Bistro Express side dish, Natural Selection, Seeds of Change, 10 minute specialty rice, converted rice, wholegrain rice, jasmine rice, basmati rice OR beans.
5 lb bag Ambrosia apples – $4.80 each – 500 bonus points
Bakery mini strudels (baked fresh in store) – Package of 6 – $3.50 each and 500 points
Betty Crocker Super Moist cake mixes, Snack size mixes or Creamy frosting – 250 points
Dare Bear Paw cookies or crackers $2.18 each and 200 bonus points per package.
Green Giant frozen veggies OR Green Giant Valley Selections frozen veggies in sauce $2.48 with a limit of 4; over limit price $2.97 each. 500 bonus points
Hershey’s Kisses – CLUB SIZE PACK – 630 gram family pack – $9.98 with 2000 points.
Nature Valley crunchy, sweet and salty OR Chewy granola bars – CLUB PACK – $9.98 each with a limit of 4; over limit price $11.98 each. 1500 bonus points.
Nestle Kit Kat or Smarties party size bags of candy – $11.48 each with a limit of 6; over limit price $12.98. 1500 PC Optimum points.
PC coffee pods – CLUB SIZE PACKS – 72 of the PC ground coffee pods or 100 of the No Name coffee pods in a package. $29.98 plus 5000 points.
PC ground coffee (up to 343 gram size) OR coffee pods (PC’s version of Keurig coffee pods) – Pack of 10 or 12 – $4.98 each with a limit of 6. Over limit price is $5.98. 1000 bonus points.
Quaker Chewy chocolate chip granola bars – Large 1.04 kg box – $9.98 each and 1500 points
Quaker Crispy Minis or rice cakes $1.94 and 300 points each.
San Pellegrino products – Get 4000 points for every $15 you spend on San Pellegrino (all varieties and sizes)
Sun-Rype Good Bites natural macaroons. Made with lovely natural ingredients like dates and nuts. Comes in flavours like Chocolate Chip and Coconut. (I’ve tried the chocolate ones and they are awesome!!) $2.98 each with a limit of 6 at the sale price. (Over limit price is $3.98.) Plus a 300 point bonus.
Wagon Wheels or Viva Puffs marshmallow cookies $2.18 each and 200 points
PC OPTIMUM Points on ORGANIC and NATURAL FOODS
(Organic Food) – Late July restaurant style tortilla chips – 312 gram bag – $4.98 each and 1000 points
Sensible Portions Veggie Straws snacks – CLUB SIZE PACK – $8.48 for a 425 gram bag. Plus 1500 points
PC Optimum Points on HEALTH AND BEAUTY Products
Baby Care: Aveeno baby care products, such as baby bath and baby lotions – 1000 bonus points on each\
Boost Complete+ Oats and Flaxseed meal replacement powder. NEW! Each serving contains 20 grams of protein, real oats and flaxseed and 30% less sugar. $24.98 each and 5000 points.
Colgate premium toothpaste – 70-150 ml (Such as Colgate Total) OR Colgate toothbrushes – $2.98 each plus 500points
Dove bar soap, body wash, deodorant or Dove hair care or hair styling products – 1000 points each
OGX (such as the Coconut Miracle conditioner), Aveeno or Maui haircare and styling products (such as shampoo, conditioner, leave in treatments, etc.) $6.98 each with a limit of 4 (Over limit price is $7.98 each.) 800 points.
Oxi Clean – Spend $20 on any Oxi-Clean products and get 5000 points
Restoralax – Get 10,000 points for every $30 spent on Restoralax products.
Revlon cosmetics, nail polish or beauty tools – Get 5000 bonus points for every $20 spent.
U by Kotex pads (24’s to 36’s), liners (80’s to 100’s), or tampons (30’s or 36’s) $7.98 each and 500 points
PC Optimum Points on TOYS and HOUSEHOLD Items
20,000 bonus points for every $60 spent on Barbie, Fisher Price or Hot Wheels
15,000 bonus points for every $50 spent on Baby Alive or furReal toys
5,000 bonus points for every $20 spent on Nerf or Beyblade toys
Superstore Gift Card Offers this Week
This week’s gift card offer at Superstore is actually an opportunity to win! Buy an Ultimate Dining Gift Card (good for use at Swiss Chalet, Montana’s, Original Joe’s, Harvey’s, Kelsey’s and more) and you’ll be entered to win! The prize? 1 of 10 Free Dining for a Year prizes! Woohoo! Visit https://theultimatediningcard.ca to enter.
PC Financial Offers this Week – PC Money Account
If you’re looking for a new place to bank, then PC has some options available for you. Introducing the PC Money Account, where you’ll earn 10 PC Optimum points on every dollar you spend. AND…get started with up to 50,000 points when you sign up! (That’s $50 in points.) Get more information at PCFinancial.ca. (Not an affiliate link; just wanted you guys to know about opportunity for bonus points!)
PC Optimum Points This Week – Conclusion
Well, as always, it’s been a blast to hunt down and search out all the best deals on optimizing your PC Optimum Points. Remember that 10,000 points equals $10 of free groceries or whatever it is you’d like to buy from Superstore. And every $10 really helps out nowadays! Happy shopping bargaineers. 🙂
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Right now on Amazon.ca there is an excellent sale on a 16 pack box of Larabars. And we are talking the Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Larabars. My faaaaavourite!!! For a 16 pack the sale price is only $13.97, or only $0.87 a bar. This is a great price! My trick is trying to wait until Larabars are a maximum of $1 each and then I’ll buy. But $0.87 each is a really good deal.
Perfect for stashing in a lunch box, or even as a quick breakfast. I can attest to this, because my simple breakfast while working on the blogs is often a Larabar and homemade latte! If you love Larabars, stock up while they’re on sale.
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Another deal today…and this time it’s on Everland organic raisins. Organic anything can be expensive, so when I saw this deal for a pack of 1 lb (454 grams) of organic raisins for under $5 I was kind of excited! And yes, I do get excited over a great deal. Don’t you? 🙂
Raisins are excellent in cookies, your morning bowl of oatmeal (I love raisins in oatmeal, along with sliced almonds and ground flax. Yummers!!)…or in lovely cakes such as carrot cake. They’re also an excellent, natural sweet snack for your kids instead of candy. They are naturally gluten free AND vegan, since of course they are simply dried grapes. Delish! And I’m quite sure that when they’re over 50% off they taste even nicer.
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