Bulk Barn Bulk Barn: 25% Off When Using Reusable Containers or Cloth Bags Take 25% Off When Using Reusable Containers!

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Save on snacks by bringing your own containers to Bulk Barn, because you can save 25% when you use your own reusable container or cloth bag!

No coupon is required and the discount is only applicable to a single regular price product per reusable container, but you are allowed to use more than one reusable vessel -- click here to view Bulk Barn's minimum standard guidelines for using your own reusable containers.

Your reusable containers must be weighed by staff before filling and there are some restrictions, as the 25% discount cannot be used in conjunction with the 10% Seniors' & Students discount or with other promotional offers.

This offer is valid until September 25 at all Bulk Barn locations in Canada -- click here to find the location nearest you.

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    • Yes that's correct. They'll weigh just your container first. make sure you approach a cashier before you start shopping
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    • Not worth the hassle since it doesn't stack with other discounts.
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    • pny128 wrote:
      Sep 12th, 2019 8:10 am
      Not worth the hassle since it doesn't stack with other discounts.
      It's not too much extra hassle. Deal is good for things you want but aren't particularly on sale at the time you're there. You just give them your container(s) and they markup the weights on them. Takes like 30 seconds. Also, for the environmental warriors it helps save some plastic bag waste.
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    • People can scoop stuff in theirs and if it’s too much they scoop it back into the bulk barn bin. Perfect way to get cross contamination’s
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    • simplypop wrote:
      Sep 12th, 2019 8:47 am
      People can scoop stuff in theirs and if it’s too much they scoop it back into the bulk barn bin. Perfect way to get cross contamination’s
      At least Bulk Barn is trying. We've got to do something about single use packaging. Making excuses as to why you can't doesn't help. We've been using this method for a while.and it works great.
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    • I don't think of it as a discount, I think of it as a premium for all y'all single-use-plastic using folks 😉

      Edit: The ;) wink is too aggressive! lol.
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    • I haven't seen bulk barn $3 off $10 in sometime. Have they stopped giving the coupon or I missed out?
      BTW, I fully support any efforts made towards environment preservation even if brings some hassle.
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    • onepoint21 wrote:
      Sep 12th, 2019 8:54 am
      At least Bulk Barn is trying. We've got to do something about single use packaging. Making excuses as to why you can't doesn't help. We've been using this method for a while.and it works great.
      Ya it works good if people wash containers. But with the 1% of idiots out there, it'll ruin it for everyone or get someone sick.
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    • musicmastomagic wrote:
      Sep 12th, 2019 10:15 am
      I haven't seen bulk barn $3 off $10 in sometime. Have they stopped giving the coupon or I missed out?
      BTW, I fully support any efforts made towards environment preservation even if brings some hassle.
      In the last couple of months it has been more of $5 off $20 so basically 25% off.

      I have not seen the $3 for $10 in a while too unfortunately.
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    • Help to Save the environment and just Fill your reuseable pockets.
      Get unsalted products to save paying tax.
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    • Bought $130 worth of organic stuff I use to make a cereal mix and came to $100. For some of the higher price items you can’t find anywhere else it’s awesome.

      It’s best to bring same containers to reduce weighting all of the containers one after another at the store front. Yes cross contamination can happen but as long as your not allergic then overall risk is small. At least in my eyes.
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    • simplypop wrote: People can scoop stuff in theirs and if it’s too much they scoop it back into the bulk barn bin. Perfect way to get cross contamination’s
      If your worried about cross contamination bulk barn is not the store for you
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    • To grow up in a society where we worry about "cross contamination" with containers at BULK BARN, which is the exact reason why so many people have less than ideal immune systems.

      I don't deny the fact that it is possible some one in a million person will use a container that they used to store raw pork in and didn't clean properly, but I think that's where the cashiers come in
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    • My raw pork container works great in all the bulk barn bins :D
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    • Any idea how long dry bulk items last before going stale?
      Quinoa
      Almonds
      Flax
      Chia
      Sesame
      Brazil nuts
      Walnuts
      Hazelnuts/filberts

      Its great but they should give 50% for encouraging our own containers, they arent cheap prices just that they do bulk so u can try a small amount and toss if you dont like it in a recipe, etc unlike major grocery chains... Bulk barn can certainly afford to give such a 50% discount tbh...
      They do have some nice stock of things usually not available other places, just wish they had more things that are hard to find and have to go hunting and discover in a small mom and pop place... All for mom and pop stores but big chains should also carry hard to find things, its not easy to get around here in the artic north (and im in toronto) and accessibility is super important for the disabled as well...
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    • UWOD2020 wrote:
      Sep 15th, 2019 11:33 pm
      I don't deny the fact that it is possible some one in a million person will use a container that they used to store raw pork in and didn't clean properly, but I think that's where the cashiers come in
      Oh yeah, that bored out of his mind casher that forget about the meat in my hamburger, I’m reassured.
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    • Sweet deal
      Sometimes I get $3 off 10 but cap at $10
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    • I love when people know how much discount a company can afford and what the price of things should be. Why stop at 50% though.
      MoMoneyNow wrote:
      Sep 16th, 2019 2:38 am
      Any idea how long dry bulk items last before going stale?
      Quinoa
      Almonds
      Flax
      Chia
      Sesame
      Brazil nuts
      Walnuts
      Hazelnuts/filberts

      Its great but they should give 50% for encouraging our own containers, they arent cheap prices just that they do bulk so u can try a small amount and toss if you dont like it in a recipe, etc unlike major grocery chains... Bulk barn can certainly afford to give such a 50% discount tbh...
      They do have some nice stock of things usually not available other places, just wish they had more things that are hard to find and have to go hunting and discover in a small mom and pop place... All for mom and pop stores but big chains should also carry hard to find things, its not easy to get around here in the artic north (and im in toronto) and accessibility is super important for the disabled as well...
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    • I was really excited when I first saw this promo on their coupon page, then i realized it's a limited time only. I've been eyeing the zero waste trend and I want to be more environmentally responsible. I don't know if i want to commit to zero waste, but for sure I will jump onboard when I can. I think a permanent discount if you use your own containers + can be combined with other offers would be fantastic.

      I wish more companies made efforts to reduce plastic waste.
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