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Bulk Barn Foods Ltd

Bulk Barn: Spend $15 and Get a Free $5 Gift Card (May 8-9)

Spend $15 and Get a Free $5 Gift Card
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Here's a nice little offer from Bulk Barn! May 8-9 -- that's today and tomorrow -- you'll get a $5 Bulk Barn gift card when you make a purchase of $15 or more! There's a limit of one gift card per customer per store visit, and any gift cards you buy do not count toward your purchase total.

As always, you can check out their weekly flyer in the RedFlagDeals.com flyer section.

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  • AVATAR
    • rag
    • Thanks! Saw this flyer and threw it and forgot the date. So what is the discount if you do it this way? 27% or something assuming non taxable food items only?
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    • Crossover
    • Save 3.3% more than the 3 off 10. I'd personally stick with 3 off 10 as forcing myself to spend an extra $5 on chocolate is not worth the 3.3% savings. I find it hard enough to come up with $10 as it is. Thanks though
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    • coupondiva2012
    • Save 3.3% more than the 3 off 10. I'd personally stick with 3 off 10 as forcing myself to spend an extra $5 on chocolate is not worth the 3.3% savings. I find it hard enough to come up with $10 as it is. Thanks though
      I agree. $10 deal works out better. We pool together and buy for friends and family who can't get to the store, so it's easy to come up with $10 worth of stuff.
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    • zipnvw
    • It's best when you use the $5 gc with the $3 coupon
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    • Phantasm
    • Save 3.3% more than the 3 off 10. I'd personally stick with 3 off 10 as forcing myself to spend an extra $5 on chocolate is not worth the 3.3% savings. I find it hard enough to come up with $10 as it is. Thanks though
      You failed at your calculations there. Like the OP said, this deal is not as good as the $3 off $10 deal.

      With this deal you pay $15 for $20 of product = 25% off

      With the $3 off $10 deal you pay $7 for $10 worth of product = 30% off

      Now to maximize the potential of both these deals, you spend $15 now to get $15 worth of product plus the $5 gift card. Then you wait until the next $3 off $10 coupon deal and use the gift card, essentially getting you another $10 worth of product for only $2. In total you end up spending $17 for $25 worth of product which works out to a savings of 32%
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    • ez_86
    • You failed at your calculations there. Like the OP said, this deal is not as good as the $3 off $10 deal.

      With this deal you pay $15 for $20 of product = 25% off

      With the $3 off $10 deal you pay $7 for $10 worth of product = 30% off

      Now to maximize the potential of both these deals, you spend $15 now to get $15 worth of product plus the $5 gift card. Then you wait until the next $3 off $10 coupon deal and use the gift card, essentially getting you another $10 worth of product for only $2. In total you end up spending $17 for $25 worth of product which works out to a savings of 32%
      paowww
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    • prod
    • Anyone know if we can use gift cards for this deal? Im hoping to use a $15 card I have already.
      And i find it hard to limit myself to $10 for the usual coupon deal. Last time I got choc almonds and trail mix, together a scoop of each was $12.
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    • rageking
    • Bulk Barn wins big if you settle for this deal in the following ways:

      1) Forcing you to buy more: $15 instead of $10.

      2) Putting the 'savings' in a gift card. Thus forcing you to buy more again later on. The chances are that some people will never use their gift card because they lose it or forget where they put it.

      3) It's damn near impossible to buy exactly $5 at bulk barn - you will either go over or go under. They win either way since their products are sometimes priced 2-3x more than grocery stores.


      The $3 off $10 is an instant savings. Much better - since it is out of their pocket right away instead of out of yours with some vague promise that some day you will get it back on the return visit. But you are still forcing yourself to pay for something that costs a lot more than in grocery shops. The only reason to visit bulk barn is for specialty items you cant find anywhere else.

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