Hello everyone! We haven’t done a PC Optimum points post in a while, so today we’ll be making up for that. And, if you’d like to see all of our past PC Optimum posts, you can do that here. We’ll search out all the best ways you can earn more PC Optimum points this week doing your regular grocery shopping. These point offers are in effect from September 24 to September 30, 2021. (And is anyone else in total shock that it’s nearly October!?)
Oh, and to whet your appetite about the extra points and goodies this week – it is a special event this week! Superstore calls is their Loads of Points Event, which sounds very hopeful indeed that we can stock up on points. Yessss! I especially love that this week there are LOTS of points available on regular food and grocery items.
As always, 10,000 points accumulated = $10 you can spend however you like. 🙂
PC Optimum BONUS POINTS on Eyeglasses and Optical
Yay, I love telling you guys about deals this awesome. For every $150 spent at PC Optical – get 75,000 points back.Yes, that’s like getting $75 back in points. In the flyer, superstore says this is their biggest optical deal of the entire year.
PC Optimum Points on BABY STUFF and DIAPERS
Harvest Baby needs or wipes – For every $20 spent get 5000 points
Hello Bello baby products – such as diapers, baby wipes, baby bath, baby wash, etc – For every $40 spent get 15,000 points
Love Child organic baby food pouches or baby snacks – For every $10 spent get 3000 points
Playtex feeding or nursing accessories – For every $10 spent get 3000 points
PC Optimum points on BAKERY items this week
ACE Bakery rolls – For every $6 spent get 1000 points
Farmer’s Market cookies – Buy 2 packages and get 1500 points
PC Optimum points on CLEANING AND HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS this week
3M filtrete furnace filters – For every $20 spent get 5000 points
Charmin bathroom tissue (toilet paper) 12-48 rolls OR Bounty paper towels (6=12 roll packs) – Buy any 2 get 5000 points
Clorox, Glad or Pine-Sol products – For every $15 spent get 5000 points
Fleecy, Palmolive, Irish Spring, Softsoap or Colgate oral care products – For every $20 spent get 10,000 points
Cadbury’s or Maynards assorted treats in large boxes (115 mini chocolate bars, for instance) – $12.98 each AND get 1000 points (limit of 4 at that price; over limit price is $17.98 each.)
Cheez Whiz (900 grams) OR Kraft Singles slices (825 grams) $5.97 each AND get 500 points
Chester’s snacks (130-150 grams) OR Munchos potato chips (130 grams) OR Funyuns onion ring flavoured corn snacks (125 grams) (And totally as a side point – we researched whether Funyuns are gluten free or not!) OR Hickory Sticks (165 grams) OR Fritos corn chips (150 grams) – Buy any 3 get 1000 points
Tylenol, Listerine, OGX hair care products, Pepcid, Aveeno lotions, body wash, hair care or baby products – For every $25 spent get 6000 points
PC Optimum points on TOYS and Kids’ Stuff this Week
Barbie, Hot Wheels, Mega Bloks or Fisher Price toys – For every $25 spent get 5000 points.
PC Optimum Points this Week – Conclusion
Wow, you guys! Loads and LOADS of points this week, including a super awesome deal on 75,000 points when you spend $150 at PC Optical. Hope you stock up on a ton of points this week. Happy and safe shopping!
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Hello! If you’re a big fan of Larabars like I am, you’re always scoping out the lowest price of these all-natural bars. Whenever the price is $1 a bar or less I consider it a pretty good deal. And, all types of Larbars are gluten free! (Which is kind of a big deal to us around here.) Right now, the best deals on Larabars on Amazon are: (Please remember that prices are current at time of writing, but can change at any time.)
Blueberry Larabars (16 pack) $14.27 (or only $0.89/bar). This is the very best priced Larbar on Amazon right now. The ingredients in Blueberry Larabars are: Cashews, dates, dried apples, dried blueberries, blueberry powder and vanilla.
Peanut Butter Larabars (16 pack) $15.99 (or exactly about $1 a bar). This is the next best deal on Larabars currently on Amazon. The ingredients in these bars (which taste a LOT like a peanut butter cookie) are: Dates, peanut butter and roasted peanuts. Yep, only 3 ingredients in total!
Apple Larabars (16 pack) $15.99 (or $1 a bar). The ingredients in these yummy bars are: Dates, almonds, dried apples, walnuts, raisins and cinnamon.
Larabars are an awesome snack – or when I get up early (like today) to do some writing, I like to just grab one as a fast breakfast with my morning coffee. The Blueberry bars are a pretty good deal right now, so maybe snag a box while you can. 🙂
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If you’ve searched around BargainBlog a bit, then you’ll know we often do a Diaper Deals post on Monday mornings. But as I was sipping my coffee this morning, I realized it’s time for a new type of ‘deals’ post. Can you guess what it is? Right-o – coffee deals! I’m going to search around through the flyers to find you the best deals on coffee to make at home.
So, let’s go find the coffee sales bargaineers…And to make it easier to sift through the results, I’ll do it alphabetically based on the brand name of the coffee. Because if you haven’t had your coffee yet, you’ll need that help, right? Haha I speak from experience. 😉
Canadian Tire – Who knew that they even SOLD coffee? Save 15% this week on a 920 gram tub $8.99
Giant Tiger – Save $1 on the big 920 gram tubs – $7.97 each
IGA – Folgers Pioneer Blend (340 gram bags) OR K-cups coffee pods (12 pk) $8.00
Save on Foods – Folgers 1850 coffee (340 gram bag) $6.99 each
Shoppers Drug Mart – K-cups of Folgers pods (12 in a box) – $6.99
Kicking Horse Organic Coffee on Sale this Week
Real Canadian Superstore, 264 gram bags of their ground coffee – $8.98 each
Rexall Drug Stores – $11.99 each
Maxwell House Coffee on Sale this week
Family Foods – $7.98 each
Real Canadian Superstore – 631 or 925 grams – $5.97 each with a limit of 4 (over limit price $6.98)
Real Canadian Superstore – Instant – 150 gram jar $2.47 each with a limit of 4 (over limit price $3.98)
Shoppers Drug Mart – 925 gram tins – $6.99 each
Melitta Coffee on Sale this Week
Save on Foods – Whole bean coffee (907 grams) OR traditional ground Melitta coffee (930 grams) $11.99 each
Nabob Coffee on Sale this Week
Shoppers Drug Mart – $4.99 each – GREAT DEAL! For the 300 gram bags.
Nescafe Coffee on Sale this Week
Family Foods – Nescafe Gold instant coffee (They have lovely types of instant cappuccino too!) $4.98 each
Rexall – Instant coffee – either regular or decaf – $5.49 each plus get 500 points
Shoppers Drug Mart – $4.99 each for the Nescafe Gold instant (95-100 gram packs)
Sobeys – $3.97 each (Super price on this!!) This is for the jars of regular or instant coffee.
PC Coffee on Sale this Week
Real Canadian Superstore – 340 gram whole bean coffee OR ground coffee (regular packs of between 250-340 grams) $4.99. Great deal, and I used to buy the PC coffee and found it pretty delicious.
Salt Spring Organic Coffee on Sale this Week
Safeway – 908 gram bags for $19.99
Save on Foods – 400 gram bags of this delicious sounding organic coffee are on for $10.99 each until September 15
Sobeys – 908 gram bags for $19.99
Starbucks Coffee on Sale this Week
Real Canadian Superstore – Starbucks refrigerated coffee beverages (1.18-1.42 liter bottles) – $5.97 each with a limit of 4 (Overlimit price is $6.98 each.)
Save on Foods – 793 gram big bag of coffee OR whole bean (907 grams) – $19.99 each
Save on Foods – Starbucks Premium coffee pods (10 pack) Or Nespresso – $9.99 each
Save on Foods – Starbucks Via instant coffee (5 or 8 pack) $6.99 each
Shoppers Drug Mart – Via Instant coffee packets (5-8 in a box) – $4.99 each
Urban Fare (until September 15) – 340 gram bags OR 10 pack of coffee pods – $8.99
Tasters Choice Coffee on Sale this Week
Rexall – Instant coffee in regular or decaf – $5.49 (sale ends today)
Tim Hortons Coffee on Sale this Week
Real Canadian Superstore – Large tins of coffee $14.98 each
Rexall – large 930 gram tins are $14.99 each when you swipe your Be Well Rewards card. Otherwise the price is $17.99 each.
Save on Foods – Tim Horton’s ground coffee (300 gram bags) $6.99
Shoppers Drug Mart – Tim Hortons instant coffee jars – $4.99 each AND spend $20 on them and get 4000 points back (That’s like saving another $4 on your $20 purchase. Nice.)
Shoppers Drug Mart – Tim Hortons ground coffee (300 gram bags) $7.99 and spend $20 on Tim Hortons coffee and get 4000 points
Shoppers Drug Mart – the Timmy’s K-cup pods in the 12 packs are $7.99 each AND get 4000 points when you spend $20 on Tim’s coffee (for making at home; not at a Tim Hortons location.)
Walmart – Save $2 this week – Large tin of 930 grams on for $14.97
Van Houtte Coffee on Sale this Week
Real Canadian Superstore – large tins $14.98 each (limit of 4) – after limit price $17.98
Safeway or Sobeys – 340 gram bags of coffee OR 12 packs of K-cup pods – $7.99 each. Plus, this coffee is Safeway and Sobeys ‘Blue Bonus’ this week. Get 95 bonus Air miles when you buy 3 of these types of coffee. 🙂 Yay, extra air miles just for buying some coffee. Love it.
Good morning! Hope you have your lovely cup of coffee ready at your side (as I do, and homemade gluten freeblueberry muffins to boot.) So, that means I’m all set to go search out some best deals, sales and bargains for you guys to help you save money. What better way could there possibly be to start a Monday morning off right?
Today, I’m on the hunt for the best priced strawberries in Calgary and Edmonton. Produce prices can really affect our overall grocery bill, so let’s take a peek at how you can snag the best price on berries this week in Alberta.
Walmart Strawberries on Sale this Week
1 pound of regular strawberries this week at Walmart will cost you $2.97. Price is in effect until Thursday, September 2, 2021.
No Frills Strawberries on Sale this Week
No Frills has organic strawberries on sale this week – a 1 lb clamshell of berries will cost you $3.88 until Thursday, September 2.
Strawberries on Sale this Week in Calgary and Edmonton – Conclusion
Not too many prices to compare on berries this week, you guys! So, for regular berries Walmart wins at $2.97. Organic berries are less than $1 more than that at No Frills at $3.88. So whether you eat organic foods or not, you’ll find a pretty good deal on strawberries this week.
P.S. This OXO strawberry huller makes it super easy to remove only the green bit at the top, saving all the precious fruit to actually eat. Nice gift for someone who loves fresh strawberries.
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Is it just me, or with this new wave of the variant are you wanting to stock up your pantry shelves a bit more again? I’m talking items like cookies, crackers, baking mixes and other must have items like baking soda. Amazon has some pretty awesome deals right now! So, I wanted to share all the savings with you in this week’s list of pantry items on sale at Amazon:
As always, you guys, please note that prices are current at time of writing. But, prices can change at any time. Free shipping with $35 OR only a $25 purchase if you’re already an Amazon Prime member.
365 Everyday Value baking soda, 454 gram box $1.99 – Baking soda is useful in about 101 ways! For instance, did you know you can sprinkle it on your toothbrush occasionally to give your regular toothpaste a whitening boost? Leaves your teeth feeling extra clean and smooth, too.
Betty Crocker chocolate chip cookie mix – Makes 12 large cookies – $1.50 each (And they get a solid 4.5/5 star rating, so well worth keeping in the pantry for super fast home baked cookies anytime.)
Amazon Stock up pantry items this week – Conclusion
There you have it, you guys. All sorts of lovely deals, and now I’m totally craving a nice big slice of cake or a cookie or four. 😉 I’ll keep my eyes open for more stock up deals and share them whenever I find them. Happy, safe shopping all!
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Hello again! We’re sharing the best deals and loss leaders from No Frills in the Ontario region today, particularly the GTA. Have you ever wondered what a loss leader even is? A loss leader is a great sale on an item at a grocery store. The manager of the store realizes that they might lose money on that item, but hope they make it up by you coming to shop at their store and spend money on other items!
So, loss leaders are the very best deals to stock up on. Let’s take a look at what No Frills – one of the lowest cost grocery stores in Canada – has in store for us this week. Oh, and there are some great PC Optimum points offers this week as well. Yes!
Sales are in effect from August 12 to August 18, 2021. No Frills flyers run from Thursday to the following Wednesday every week.
Best Deals at No Frills this Week – BAKERY AND BREAD
Wonder bread (regular size) OR packs of 8 buns 2/$4.00 or $2.27 each if buying less than 2
Best Deals at No Frills this Week – DAIRY PRODUCTS (MILK, CHEESE, ETC.)
Astro original or Beatrice yogurt, 12 mini packs per container $3.00 each (great deal!)
Neilson chocolate milk (750 ml) OR Nestle shakes (473 ml) OR Nestle chocolate milk 2 go (310 ml) $1 (another great deal on dairy!)
Philadelphia cream cheese, regular size packs $2.97 each
Best Deals at No Frills this Week – FOOD AND GROCERIES
Breton crackers, Bear Paws cookies, Vinta crackers or Bold ‘n Baked crackers $2.00 each for regular sized bags/boxes
Coca Cola, Canada Dry or Nestea iced tea – the big packs of 24 cans (or 20 cans of the iced tea) $8.47 each
Kraft peanut butter, 750 grams or 1 kg jars $3.77 each (STOCK UP PRICE)
LeClerc Go Pure bars $2.00 each
Nabob coffee OR pods (regular sized packs) OR Maxwell House coffee pods $5.97
Nestle chocolate – any types and sizes, including the large multi-bar packs of minis or regular sized bars – For every $15 spent get 5000 points
Best Deals at No Frills this Week – FROZEN FOODS
Ben and Jerry’s OR Magnum ice cream bars – PC OPTIMUM EVENT – For every $10 spent get 4000 points back. Nice way to earn some points this week, isn’t it? 😉
Burnbrae egg bites/mini quiches in the bag (10-12 in each bag) $4.97 each (save $1.50 this week)
Klondike bars OR Breyer’s ice cream $3.97 plus 1000 PC Optimum points
PC, Free From or Plant-based frozen breaded chicken (variety of sizes of boxes) $5.97 each
Best Deals at No Frills This Week – HEALTH AND BEAUTY PRODUCTS
Axe body wash, deodorant, antiperspirant or shampoo OR Vaseline body lotion OR St. Ive’s body wash – For every $10 spent get 4000 points
Life brand pads, liners, shaving gel or cream $2.00 each (all regular sized)
Best Deals at No Frills This Week – CLEANING AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
Clean Freak or Mr. Clean (regular sized) $4.97 each AND get 1000 points
Best deals at No Frills this Week – MEAT AND DELI
Pork Combo chops, bone in – Save $2.90/lb this week $1.97/lb
Best deals at No Frills this Week – PRODUCE SALES (Fruit and Vegetables)
BONUS PC OPTIMUM POINTS: Get 4000 points when you buya combination of any 4 of: 283 gram clamshell packs of Farmer’s Market grape tomatoes, Fresh whole cantaloupe, Fresh whole cauliflower and/or pack of 3 romaine hearts (lettuce)
Broccoli, fresh head of $1.47
Carrots, mini – Farmer’s Market brand – 1 lb bag – $0.97
Carrots, Nantes variety – 3 L basket – $2.97
Corn, fresh corn on the cob, product of Ontario – 5 for $2.00
Onions, 3 lb bag $1.97
Tomatoes, 3 liter basket (great for canning) $3.97
Watermelon, whole and seedless (11 lb average weight) $3.97
White potatoes, Farmer’s Market brand – 10 lb bag $1.97 (Awesome deal!!)