Daily Archives: November 16, 2011

Another Save On Foods Stacking Fail

I am just not meant to get more free Scrubbing Bubbles. This is the same stack I tried to do last night at the Save On Foods that does not allow stacking – this time I found the Scrubbing Bubbles 1 Step Toilet Kit at the same Save On Foods that I did the EXACT same stack at on a few days ago. Except this time they couldn’t do the stack because my coupons were worth 2 cents more then the product.

I understand there are policies and rules and all that but shouldn’t the same store at least follow the same rules? It seems to me couponing is like gambling – will the store take my coupons today or won’t they. Hold your breath, am I going to win today? Did I pick the right cashier? It seems to be more up to the cashiers and if they care if they follows the rules on that particular day. I just find it frustrating and embarrassing when you have to tell them you don’t want what you are buying then. I feel like I am being judged or something. I am always polite, I know they are doing their job I just wish they would all follow the same rules – makes it easier to know what I can and can not do.

Turned down for Scrubbing Bubbles for two days in a row. Doesn’t look like I will be getting anymore free – I am running out of stores to try and stock is hard to find.

Back to reading coupon policies. According to both the London Drugs and the Save on Foods coupon policies, neither will accept coupons that exceed the amount of the product. How come so many people get away with this and so often? Seriously confused.

Very Cheap Advil Cold and Sinus

Went into the Real Canadian Superstore and found some Advil Cold and Sinus 10 count in stock for $4.29 – with the Superstore in store coupon for $4.00 it works out to just $0.29 plus tax. Due to the wording on the coupon I was only able to pick up one. I completely forgot about the fact that I had tear pads in my purse – I probably could of got more but all well.

Like usual, there were huge line ups and it took more then 10 minutes to get through the express line at Superstore. I don’t even know why I bother. Sure I got some Advil Cold and Sinus for 32 cents after tax (she only charged me tax on 29 cents) – but I only got one pack and stood in line forever and had to deal with their horrible store and snotty cashiers. One of these days I will realize there is no deal worth going into our Superstore for.