Wow, this is one of those bargains that just can’t be missed! If you’ve been waiting for a spectacular sale to invest in a KitchenAid stand mixer, then this might be exactly the right time for you to go for it.
This value package includes the 4.5 quart stand mixer, an extra 3.5 quart bowl (super handy to have for when you’re doing a lot of baking!), and a flex edge flat beater.
Hi bargaineers! If you’re loading up on PC Optimum points – perhaps saving up for a large freebie like a tablet or a TV – then this is a week to add HUGE points to your account.
Here are the best and biggest point purchases to rack up points at Superstore this week:
• 3000 points when you spend $15 on Mars pet food brand cat and dog food! (Includes Pedigree, Whiskas, Cesar, Iams, Temptations treats, Crave, Greenies and Nutro)
1000 points on a 6 pack of Royale facial tissues
2500 points on a club pack size of Astro original yogurt (mini cups)
1000 points on 1 kg Jif peanut butter
3000 points on Made Good healthy granola bars (288 grams to 396 grams size)
3000 points on Folgers coffee pods (12 pack)
2000 points on Hellman’s mayo (club pack size – 1.42 L)
1000 points on Hungry Buddha coconut chips snack ($4.00 sale price)
1000 points on Thirsty Buddha coconut water (sale price $2.98)
2000 points when you spend $10 on Yves veggie products (vegan/vegetarian meat replacements)
3000 points on every $15 spent on Oxo kitchen gadgets. (Seriously, some of my favourite gadgets around!!)
6000 points on every $60 spent on Netflix gift cards
1000 points on small bottles of Vaseline lotions
2000 points on Eevlon Photoready foundation, concealer or powder
And there are even more! Check out the Superstore flyer on the flipp app (https://flipp.com – not an affiliate link, I just love recommending this flyer app!) I hope you collect a massive amount of PC Optimum points this week!
5000 bonus PC Optimum points on Uber & H & M Gift cards
I love a great gift card deal! Superstore often has bonus PC Optimum points on selected gift cards. The reason why I love PC points so much is simple – they equal free groceries!
This week’s deal is valid from September 20 – 26. Get 5000 bonus points when you purchase a $25 Uber or H & M gift card. (The bonus points apply on every $25 you spend. So a $50 gift card equals 10000 points!)
Remember…every 5000 points is $5 worth to spend at Superstore or Shoppers. So, if you’re looking for a gift, this might be an awesome option! (And I didn’t even know that you could buy Uber gift cards, let alone at Superstore.)
Hello fellow bargaineers! Today is the first in what we hope will be an ongoing series of finding you the very best offers to maximize the PC Optimum points you collect. To get the most recent PC Optimum point deals, please click on PC Optimum Points in our category listing. That’ll give you the most helpful and recent deals.
What’s the value of PC Optimum points?
Collecting PC Optimum points are very valuable, because the more points you earn, the more free stuff you can get! Every 1000 points equals $1 worth of free merchandise for you at either Shopper’s Drug Mart or Real Canadian Superstore. There is a minimum point requirement of 10,000 points before you can redeem – so once you hit 10,000 points, you get $10 of free food or goodies!
The two major places to collect PC Optimum points are at either Superstore or Shopper’s. So, that’s where we’re going to focus our efforts, too. Now, let’s go find some points, bargaineers!
The Best PC Optimum offers at Superstore This Week
Get your shopping gear on, your loonie ready to pop into a shopping cart, and off we go! This week you can add MEGA points to your PC Optimum account! Here are the best deals at Real Canadian Superstore this week (August 16 to August 22, 2019):
5000 points on every $15 spent on Nestle Favourites snack size treats, assorted count sizes (Hmmm…chocolate!)
200 points on a 12 pack of Pepsi soft drinks
500 points on U by Kotex pads, liners or tampons (sale price $6.98; limit of 4)
3000 points on a Club Size (72 pack) of Sunrype fruit to go (sale price $18.98; limit of 4)
2000 points on an 8-pack of Aylmer 796 ml cans of tomatoes (sale price $8.88; limit of 4)
2000 points on an 8-pack of Chef Boyardee mini ravioli OR Heinz baked beans or pasta (sale price $8.68)
1000 points on an 18 pack of Original Wagon Wheels (sale price $3.98; limit of 4) *I miss these so much since going gluten free! Craving some gluten free snacks that will satisfy? Head over to my 25 Best Gluten Free Snacks on Amazon.ca.
2000 points on Mott’s Fruitsations variety pack (24 x 111 grams or 12 x 104 ml) $9.48 each
1000 points on Always pads (36-62 size) or liners (116 or 136 pack size) $10.78
500 points on Litehouse dressings, 591 ml (sale price $4.98; limit of 4)
5000 points on every $20 spent on stationery. (This is a great deal for all of you shopping for Back to School! $5 back in PC Optimum points for every $20 spent.)
3000 points when you buy 2 Joe Fresh children’s mix and match clothing styles (either for baby, toddler, or kids sizes)
1000 points on One a Day or Flintstones multivitamins or gummies (50-90 size bottles) (Sale price $8.98; limit of 4)
1000 points on Dr. Scholl’s insoles, selected varieties (Sale price $16.98; limit of 2)
12000 points on every $40 spent on participating Claritin, Aerius or Restoralax products
10000 points on a Spotify gift card (minimum value $60)
2000 points on HUGGIES Super boxed diapers or training pants
3000 points on 2 Dove Hair care products (selected types and sizes; excludes large sizes)
8000 points on 2 Olay Total Effects or Olay Whip Facial moisturizers (selected types and sizes)
3000 points when you spend $20 on Life Brand hair, sun, acne or skin care products
5000 points when you buy 2 Natural Instincts, Nice ‘n Easy or Root Touch-up hair colour kits
3000 points when you buy 2 Quo full or individual lashes fake eyelashes, selected types
5000 points when you spend $25 on Quo sleep accessory sets, sponges, or cosmetic bags
2000 points when you buy 2 Joe Fresh socks (1-4 pair packs) or Secret Collection tights
Whew! You could have a very impressive points haul this week if you can take advantage of some of these deals. Superstore especially had some amazing bargains on back to school promotions. Hope you can grab a bunch of points, bargaineers! And please post a comment if you got an especially good deal you’d like to brag about.
Do you love food? I know I do! We need food to live but the variety we have makes it a delight. As a result, food costs end up being one of the largest household expenses for families. So, how do you save money on food? The key lies with the type of expense food is.
Saving Money on Food, a Variable Cost
Most of our expenses are fixed and there is little we can do to change them. Expenses like mortgages, rent, car payment, insurance are examples of such. The only variable expense is food. So, to save money, we must focus on cutting food costs. How? Here are 3 easy steps.
Track Your Food Costs
This means you track the amount you spend on food including groceries and eating out. You can track either weekly or monthly but have enough of a sample size to give you a good idea of your spending habits. Once you have done that, find your average food spending costs.
Reduce and Save
Once you have your average food costs, take 10 percent of that amount and immediately put into savings. You will do this every time you need to spend on food(either weekly or monthly). The other 90 is what you will spend on food. So, is that it? Not quite!
Use Cash, Save More Money
The next thing you need to do is take that food budget as cash. Why? Because once your cash is gone, there is nothing else to spend. If you use a debit or credit card, there is always the temptation to spend beyond your budget. Cash takes this away. Also, you will be more mindful of what you spend on and might have cash leftover. If you do, put that into savings too!
It seems pretty easy and it is! Most times the simple solution is the best solution. So try it out, you might be surprised on how much you save! Saving money is important; eating food is very important. But you can have the best of both worlds. So eat, drink and save!
If you have messy pets, or messy kids – or a chaotic combination of both – then you know how important a good vacuum cleaner is. There is always something that needs to be cleaned up!
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Today on Amazon you can snag yourself a great deal on a Bissell! This reliable vacuum is on for $59.99 for today only. (Regular price is $79.99) I’m a big fan of bagless vacuums, because who can be bothered mucking out a dusty, musty vacuum bag? Less waste too.