Shoppers Drug Mart Shoppers Drug Mart: Super Spend Your Points Event, June 8-9 Super Spend Your Points Event

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Shoppers Drug Mart is running a Super Spend Your Points Event on June 8-9. There's an extra level of bonus redemption over what they usually offer. Here's how it breaks down:

  • Spend 25,000 Points and get $50 off (an extra $16 over regular redemption rates)
  • Spend 50,000 Points and get $110 off (an extra $25 over regular redemption rates)
  • Spend 95,000 Points and get $220 off (an extra $50 over regular redemption rates)

As usual, some items are excluded from this promotion -- prescription purchases, products with codeine, insulin and select insulin products, tobacco products, stamps, passport photos, lottery tickets, prepaid phone cards and prestige cosmetics and fragrances. It also excludes milk products where discounts are prohibited by law.

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    • great. Thanks OP.
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    • Thanks OP.
      Is this open to everyone or only with invitation?
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    • Thanks OP.
      Is this open to everyone or only with invitation?
      The card is not invitation, it is a notice. So it is for everyone.
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    • sweet we have over 150000 points and waiting for an event like this... but then the question is what to buy? Like my wife said the diapers and baby stuff is way more expensive than walmart so really spending all those points seem like a waste... maybe daddy will get an Xbox 360 lol
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    • Damn I guess $250 is permanently gone . Hopefully a decent flyer as I have almost a million points. The game systems might not be such a good deal this time with speculation over imminent MSRP cuts
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    • Yea, i was thinking about the same thing when I saw it in the mail, it's been 220 for the last few times. The last time it was 250 was over a year and a half ago
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    • Last june it was $200 for a lesser number of points being virtually the same valuation as $250. The expected $250 pre xmas didnt happen and now we miss the good deal again (SOME recently got a 1 time use coupon for a better valuation then this)
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    • Wtf? How do people have so many points for SDM? I thought most ppl shopped at Walmart/No Frills.. no?
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    • Wtf? How do people have so many points for SDM? I thought most ppl shopped at Walmart/No Frills.. no?
      Looks like you haven't followed those SDM threads in the past. You don't need to shop there regularly.
      I don't have 1 million though, but close to a quarter.
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    • Last june it was $200 for a lesser number of points being virtually the same valuation as $250. The expected $250 pre xmas didnt happen and now we miss the good deal again (SOME recently got a 1 time use coupon for a better valuation then this)
      Damn, I should've taken advantage of the redemption last June then. Do you think it might be possible a similar valuation still might happen sometime from now until the end of this year? I have more than enough points for 2 max redemptions, but SDM lacks big-ticket items I really want, and reasonable prices on groceries/drugs that I can get elsewhere for cheaper. I've been sitting on a pile of points with nothing to buy. -_-
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    • Wtf? How do people have so many points for SDM? I thought most ppl shopped at Walmart/No Frills.. no?
      There are certain items that I buy regularly that SDM has for the same price or actually cheaper than the other stores available near me. Milk, cheese, eggs, bacon, cream - when on sale, are lower priced than the competition (small town, west coast). So I always do a big shop on 20x points days, 18500 pt days etc. Very easy to rack up the points. The cashiers are always amazed at how many points I have. If everyone worked the system like I do, SDM wouldn't be so generous with the points.
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    • There are certain items that I buy regularly that SDM has for the same price or actually cheaper than the other stores available near me. Milk, cheese, eggs, bacon, cream - when on sale, are lower priced than the competition (small town, west coast). So I always do a big shop on 20x points days, 18500 pt days etc. Very easy to rack up the points. The cashiers are always amazed at how many points I have. If everyone worked the system like I do, SDM wouldn't be so generous with the points.
      I don't follow SDM sales as closely as others do--do the bonus points days correspond with decent sales on household items like groceries, etc? I always found the sale items to be sub-par, but I never really paid attention, though. The way I racked up points was by using their Optimum Mastercard, and then buying electronics that I knew was similarly priced elsewhere.
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    • Hey guys what do the nexus go for these days?
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    • There are certain items that I buy regularly that SDM has for the same price or actually cheaper than the other stores available near me. Milk, cheese, eggs, bacon, cream - when on sale, are lower priced than the competition (small town, west coast). So I always do a big shop on 20x points days, 18500 pt days etc. Very easy to rack up the points. The cashiers are always amazed at how many points I have. If everyone worked the system like I do, SDM wouldn't be so generous with the points.
      I agree. Not hard to get to $50 with milk, toilet paper, butter, bacon, sugar, and some other essentials that are on sale. I only buy things on sale and things we use. Sitting at over 200K points right now.
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    • Wtf? How do people have so many points for SDM? I thought most ppl shopped at Walmart/No Frills.. no?
      Search the expired section for SDM and Cadbury and all the insanity will be revealed.

      Still have 4-5 copy boxes full of chocolate bars. Didn't join the seven digit point club but got close...
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    • I think still $269.99
      Hey guys what do the nexus go for these days?
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    • Hey guys what do the nexus go for these days?
      The Nexus 7 still goes for $269 at SDM. I think lowest I've seen on BB/FS is like $199 once, it's very rare that Nexus 7 goes on sale. I got my Nexus 7 at SDM around end of April, I used a 25% off coupon and redeem 95k of points. The cashier applied my 25% coupon first then used my points,I think it's supposed to be the other way around, so it works out to be a slightly better deal than getting it on redemption day.

      They also sell a 10 inch Acer Iconia tablet, that one goes for $299 these days I think, used to be $329. I kinda regret I didn't get that instead, because personally I'm used to using ipad. 7 inch Nexus 7 feels like a slightly bigger Nexus 4 that I'm using.
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    • The Nexus 7 still goes for $269 at SDM. I think lowest I've seen on BB/FS is like $199 once, it's very rare that Nexus 7 goes on sale. I got my Nexus 7 at SDM around end of April, I used a 25% off coupon and redeem 95k of points. The cashier applied my 25% coupon first then used my points,I think it's supposed to be the other way around, so it works out to be a slightly better deal than getting it on redemption day.
      Nope, the cashier did it right. That's why sometimes it is better to use coupons or seniors' discount than to wait for a bonus redemption day. With the discount, you pay less tax.
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