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Shop for groceries and earn more points this weekend, because PC Optimum Points Days is back for 2019 and PC Optimum members can find exclusive deals and bonus points at over 4500 stores across Canada!

Most Points Days offers can be found across multiple Loblaw-banner grocery stores, but some offers may be store-specific (most notably No Frills and Real Canadian Superstore) -- click here to view this week's grocery flyers to see the offers available at stores in your city.

We've listed a few offers from a handful of participating stores to give you an idea of what you'll find during the event.

Atlantic Superstore

  • 5000 points for every $5.00 spent on select Liberté yogurt
  • 5000 points for every $10.00 spent on select General Mills Cheerios
  • Purina Friskies Cat Food, 1.4-1.5kg - $3.99 (regularly $4.99)

Dominion

  • 1500 points on select Whiskas Temptations cat treats
  • 4000 points on select Dove body wash and hair care
  • 5000 points for every $12.00 spent on select Danone yogurt

Esso Mobil Gas Stations

  • 30 points for every litre of fuel, up to a maximum of 100 litres

Extra Foods

  • 5000 points for every $10.00 spent on select Air Wick and Lysol products
  • 6000 points for every $15.00 spent on select Maple Leaf packaged meats
  • 8000 points for every $20.00 spent on select Flintstones or One-A-Day vitamins

Joe Fresh

  • 5000 points for every $20.00 spent on bras, hosiery, socks or underwear

Loblaws

  • 4000 points for every $10.00 spent on select Delissio frozen pizza
  • PC Super Soft Bathroom Tissue, 30 Rolls - $12.00 (regularly $17.99)
  • Pampers or Huggies Diapers, Club Size - $26.99 (regularly $32.99)

Maxi

  • 3000 points for every $7.00 spent on select Casa Mendosa and Country Harvest products
  • 7500 points for every $15.00 spent on select Kellogg's products
  • Häagen-Dazs ice cream or bars - $2.98 (regularly $3.98)

No Frills

  • Häagen-Dazs ice cream or bars - $3.97 (regularly $4.97)
  • Lean Ground Beef, 1lb - $5.00 (regularly $6.00)
  • Marina Del Rey Wild Argentinian Shrimp, 300g - $5.97 (regularly $7.97)

PC Express

  • 10,000 points with PC Express pickup orders of $30.00 or more when using the promo code JAN10K

PC Insiders

  • 50,000 points with a PC Insiders annual subscription when using the promo code POINTS2020

Provigo

  • 500 points on PC Stacon steak-cut bacon, 500g
  • 7500 points for every $15.00 spent on select Energizer batteries
  • Bernard Maple Syrup, 540mL - $4.99 (regularly $5.99)

Real Canadian Superstore

  • 10,000 points for every $40.00 spent on all Pampers diapers and training pants
  • 15,000 points for every $100.00 spent on select App Store & iTunes, Google Play, Roots and The Ultimate Dining gift cards
  • Cashmere Bathroom Tissue, 20 Rolls - $13.98 + 3500 points (regularly $24.98)

Shoppers Drug Mart

  • 8000 points for every $20.00 spent on Bayer Flintstones vitamins
  • 8000 points for every $20.00 spent on Maybelline NY cosmetics
  • 15,000 points for every $100.00 spent on select App Store & iTunes, Google Play, Roots and The Ultimate Dining gift cards

Valu-mart

  • 500 points on Love Child baby snacks and entrées
  • 1000 points on Simply orange juice or lemonade, 2.63L
  • 5000 points for every $20.00 spent on organic produce

Your Independent Grocer

  • 2000 points on select Maple Lodge poultry
  • 2000 points on select U by Kotex liners or tampons
  • 5000 points on select Marie Callender's Chicken Pot Pie, 1.28kg

Zehrs

  • 500 points on select Fruitopia, Minute Maid, Nestea or Peace Tea beverages, 1.75L
  • 750 points on select Quaker Crispy Minis products
  • 2000 points on select Breyers or Magnum frozen desserts

PC Optimum Points Days 2019 is effective from January 23 to 26 at participating stores and all event offers require a PC Optimum account -- click here to read our PC Optimum Beginner's Guide to learn more about the program.

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    • Thanks OP.
      Folks should upvote just for your effort.
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    • Love the effort. Now to the question, if its spend 10$ get x points and I spend 9.98 does it round up or is it a hard limit?

      Example: Jif peanut butter (1kg): Price match FreshCo $3.99 and receive 3,500 pts for every $8 spent ($2.25 each after redeeming points)

      If I buy 2 @ 3.99 do I get the points?
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    • Highest upvotes vs. posts difference I've seen.
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    • thank you for the ffort. up
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    • RAINMAN0 wrote: Love the effort. Now to the question, if its spend 10$ get x points and I spend 9.98 does it round up or is it a hard limit?

      Example: Jif peanut butter (1kg): Price match FreshCo $3.99 and receive 3,500 pts for every $8 spent ($2.25 each after redeeming points)

      If I buy 2 @ 3.99 do I get the points?
      YMMV

      I've found that they do often round up at SDM but not always with their grocery stores.
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    • RAINMAN0 wrote: Love the effort. Now to the question, if its spend 10$ get x points and I spend 9.98 does it round up or is it a hard limit?

      Example: Jif peanut butter (1kg): Price match FreshCo $3.99 and receive 3,500 pts for every $8 spent ($2.25 each after redeeming points)

      If I buy 2 @ 3.99 do I get the points?
      Yes, that is typically how it works (at least at my local RCSS). I have ad instances where it does not work - and I had to file a points inquiry (and always get them added). Just watch your receipt and know the points you should get.
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    • tietherope wrote: Highest upvotes vs. posts difference I've seen.
      OP @Stinasan is all about Quality of Posts...not Quantity of Posts
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    • jooon1978 wrote: OP @Stinasan is all about Quality of Posts...not Quantity of Posts
      Don't forget to combine with the CK51 offers that are starting tonight, hopefully some of them overlap.
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    • leovee1 wrote: YMMV

      I've found that they do often round up at SDM but not always with their grocery stores.
      I ask the cashier to PM at $5 instead and usually they are cool with it.
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    • flyer12 wrote: Yes, that is typically how it works (at least at my local RCSS). I have ad instances where it does not work - and I had to file a points inquiry (and always get them added). Just watch your receipt and know the points you should get.
      That's also my experience as well. I find the safest bet to make sure you get the points is by doing a PC Express order because the points will be awarded based on the current price at Real Canadian Superstore and then you price match afterwards by submitting an inquiry (and receive a refund for the difference). So if the price at RCSS is higher, you get the points without worrying if you are at $x.96. That said, we won't know the exact prices at RCSS until tomorrow!
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    • thats a lot of work! thumbs up for that!
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    • leovee1 wrote: YMMV

      I've found that they do often round up at SDM but not always with their grocery stores do.
      And I've found that SDM doesn't round up, but the grocery stores.
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    • I think $0.96 rounds up. I occasionally buy 4 of the same item ending in 99 cents and it still rounds up to the nearest dollar at RCSS.
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    • Stinasan wrote: That's also my experience as well. I find the safest bet to make sure you get the points is by doing a PC Express order because the points will be awarded based on the current price at Real Canadian Superstore and then you price match afterwards by submitting an inquiry (and receive a refund for the difference). So if the price at RCSS is higher, you get the points without worrying if you are at $x.96. That said, we won't know the exact prices at RCSS until tomorrow!

      Last time I picked up my order, they said you can only price match BEFORE placing your order online so I just left.
      So we can do price matching after we pick up?
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    • mandm1209 wrote: Last time I picked up my order, they said you can only price match BEFORE placing your order online so I just left.
      So we can do price matching after we pick up?
      From FAQ on RCSS website:
      "For Ontario Superstore Locations Only. In order to price match or ad match online you will first need to place and pick up your PC Express order. After picking up your order, please contact us using the Contact Us Form. Select PC EXPRESS as your reason for contacting us, PRODUCT INFORMATION / PRICING as your issue, and HOW DO I MAKE AN AD MATCH REQUEST as your issue details. Fill out the required fields for each item you would like to ad match. For multiple items click the + Add Another Product button. Our Customer Support team will respond within 2-4 business days. Online ad match is available for Real Canadian Superstore customers in Ontario only. Please note the limit for price matching is 4 units for each UPC."

      From experience, although they say 2-4 business days, it's often closer to a couple weeks to receive the refund. But you do receive an email when it has been completed with the amount of the refund.
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    • Looks like lots of these cannot be combined with total store offers anymore? i.e. I have another offer for 7500 points on $75 spend...
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    • Anyone know if offer stacking works? Have an offer for 7,500 for $75 spent in store, 10,000 for first express pickup, and 4000 pts per $10 spent. Looking to spend $80 and theoretically I should get 10,000 + 7,500 + 4000 * 8 = 49,500 pts. Does this actually work?
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    • RolandCouch wrote: Looks like lots of these cannot be combined with total store offers anymore? i.e. I have another offer for 7500 points on $75 spend...
      The fine print of the offers say that the offers cannot be combined with product, department or total store offers including 20x points offers. I would guess that, unless there's a major glitch, it wouldn't combine with 20x the points offers. But a $75 total spend, it would be interesting to see if it does stack. There's also the 10,000 points for $30+ purchase when using PC Express using the code JAN10K. Although I haven't tried it yet, I would guess that that one would stack because they want to encourage people to use PC Express for this promotion.
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    • Stinasan wrote: The fine print of the offers say that the offers cannot be combined with product, department or total store offers including 20x points offers. I would guess that, unless there's a major glitch, it wouldn't combine with 20x the points offers. But a $75 total spend, it would be interesting to see if it does stack. There's also the 10,000 points for $30+ purchase when using PC Express using the code JAN10K. Although I haven't tried it yet, I would guess that that one would stack because they want to encourage people to use PC Express for this promotion.
      I guess we'll find out. Typically in the past they haven't had this message about not stacking. Hope it isn't a sign of things to come. PC optimum is a great program would hate to see it go downhill.
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