It is also free Nature Valley day but I choose the NEW Fibre 1 100 calories Chocolate, Caramel & Pretzel bars because well I love chocolate, caramel and pretzels! All three of my favourite things mixed together in a delicious 100 calorie bar. Well I hope they are delicious.
Paid: $0.00 – Saved: $9.87 – 100% Savings
While getting my free Fibre 1 bars I thought I would check out the clearance section. I found a bottle of Visine for $1.39 of course I didn’t have my $2.00 off coupon with me but I figured that price was pretty good so I grabbed it anyway. When I went to pay it rang it at $2.80 so I was able to SCOP it. SCORE! I still got free Visine even though I didn’t have my coupon.
Hope everyone to remember to use their free Fibre 1/Nature Valley coupons today!
Was ready for work pretty early this morning so decided to go into Superstore before it got crazy. Was looking for the $1 Dove deodorant and cheap Glade products to use up my coupons that expire tomorrow. The Glade wasn’t as cheap as I would of hoped but I picked it up anyway. Also scored some L’Oreal Collagen Remodeler (day) for $2.99, wish there had of been more than one for that price. And some cute Christmas tags for 75% off.
2 x Christmas Tags $2.00 – 75% off = $0.44 each
1 x Christmas Tag $3.00 – 75% off = $0.74
2 x Glade Holiday Candle 4 Pack $5.44 – 2 x $2.00 coupon = $3.44
1 x Dove Deodorant $1.00 – $2.00 WUB2 different dove products = FREE
1 x Dove Soap 2x90g $1.49 – scanned at $2.89 (SCOP) = FREE
1 x L’Oreal Collagen Remodeler Day $2.99 – regular $19.99 = $2.99
Had a question in the a comments asking about SCOP – Scanning Code Of Practice. Thought it might be helpful to make a post on it.
If an item scans in higher then the advertised price the customer is entitled to receive the item free (up to $10). The price must be corrected to the advertised price before the $10 discount. This only applies to 1 item if you are buying more then one of the same item, the rest are just price adjusted to the correct price.
If the scanned price of a non-price ticketed item is higher than the shelf price or any other displayed price, the customer is entitled to receive the item free, up to a $10 maximum. When the item has a price tagged, the lowest price applies. When identical items are incorrectly priced, the second one will be sold at the correct price.
IMPORTANT: Stores do not have to participate in the Scanning Code of Practice – it is optional. But a lot of the bigger chain stores do (except Zellers).
Also, many stores won’t mention SCOP even if you catch a price error – you usually have to bring it to their attention and ask for you free item/$10 discount.
Was in Save on Foods tonight and got super excited when I saw some Olay Body Wash priced at $2.99 – I figured it was perfect to use my $2.00 coupon from P&G. I grabbed two of them – great stocking stuffers, but when I got to the till they rang is as $3.99. After checking the price they let me SCOP (scanning code of practice = FREE) one and buy the second at $2.99. But they wouldn’t let me use the coupon – the wording on the coupon says “Save $2.00 when you buy any Olay hand and body product” so they told me I had to buy two products a body product and a hand product – wouldn’t the coupon say productS or when you buy 2 then? So confused on this still, I think I should of been able to use it for ONE body wash. Does anyone have any idea on this?
The lady was great – she even was the one to suggest SCOP – and it was tagged wrong so I can’t go back and try my coupon again. But I did get one FREE and another cheap Scrubbing Bubbles 1 Step Toilet Kit. Actually got one of these hooked up a couple weeks ago and I like it! So far my toilet seems nice and clean. I have never had a cashier suggest SCOP to me before, I always have to ask for it and in this case of might of *gasp* forgot!
Save on Foods Olay Toning Body Wash $3.99 (priced wrong at $2.99) = FREE (because of the Scanning Code of Practice)
Scrubbing Bubbles 1 Step Toilet Kit $8.49 – $5.00 from insert & $3.00 from rightathome.ca (no longer available) = $0.49
I also went over to Shoppers Drug Mart and got a price check on Tylenol Back Pain 40 count – I heard it was on sale for $14.99 but not tagged and that was correct – regular $20.99 – but there is currently a $10 coupon on Living Well!