Shoppers Drug Mart Shoppers Drug Mart Flyer: $20 Savings Card with $75 Purchase, $25 Gift Card with Kobo Clara HD, Casa di Mama Pizza $3 + More Get a $25 Gift Card with a Kobo eReader + More!

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The latest Shoppers Drug Mart flyer is here and you can see every page now on RedFlagDeals!

This flyer is effective starting Saturday, June 1, but you might want to shop on Sunday, June 2 instead, because you'll get a $20.00 Shoppers Drug Mart Savings Card when you spend $75.00 or more on almost anything in-store!

We've listed a few of this week's offers to help get your shopping list started.

PC Optimum Offers

  • 20x the PC Optimum Points when you spend $50.00 or more on almost anything (June 1 only)
  • Seniors' Bonus Day -- take 20% off almost all regular priced merchandise + get 10,000 PC Optimum bonus points when you spend $50.00 or more (June 6 only)

1-Day Sale (Saturday, June 1 only)

  • Christie Cookies or Crackers - $1.88 (regularly $3.49)
  • Coca-Cola or Pepsi Beverages, 6x710mL - $2.49 (regularly $3.49)
  • Dr. Oetker, Casa di Mama or Ristorante Pizza - $2.99 (regularly $4.99)*
  • PC Bacon, 500g - $3.99 (regularly $4.99)*
  • PC Spring Water, 24 Pack - $1.88 (regularly $2.99)
  • Royale Tiger Paper Towels, $4.99 (regularly $5.99)
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab E Lite 7" Tablet, 8GB - $109.99 (regularly $149.99)

Beauty and Wellness

  • After-Bite, Benadryl or Lanacane Topical Anti-Itch Products - 2/$13.00 (regularly $6.79)
  • Aspirin Tablets or Caplets - $6.99
  • Aveeno Lotion or Facial Cleansers - $8.99
  • Crest or Colgate Maxfresh Toothpaste - $0.99
  • Maybelline New York Master Bronze Palette, Super Stay Foundation or Concealer - $14.99
  • Olay Total Effects Facial Moisturizers - $19.99
  • Oral-B Manual Toothbrush - $0.99
  • Tums Calcium Antacid Products - 2/$9.00 (regularly $4.99)
  • U by Kotex Tampons, Liners or Pads - $4.99
  • Up to 15% off Life Brand Calcium Products
  • Up to 15% off Revlon Photoready Primer or Insta-Filter Foundation
  • Up to 30% off Gillette or Schick Cartridges
  • Up to 35% off Jamieson Vitamins

Electronics

  • Kobo Clara HD eReader - $139.99 + FREE $25.00 Shoppers Drug Mart Gift Card
  • Nintendo 2DS Super Mario Bros. 2 Bundle - $109.99
  • Nintendo Switch Console - $379.99
  • Seagate 1.5TB Portable Hard Drive - $89.99
  • Sony PlayStation 4 1TB Slim Core Console - $379.99
  • Xbox One S 1TB Bundle with Tom Clancy's The Division 2 - $379.99

Groceries

  • Armstrong Cheddar Cheese - 2/$7.00 (regularly $3.99)*
  • Breyers Frozen Dessert, 1.66L 0 $2.99 (regularly $3.49)*
  • Coca-Cola or Pepsi Beverages, 18 Pack - $4.99
  • Haribo Gummies - 2/$5.00 (regularly $2.99)
  • Janes Pub Style Chicken Burgers, Nuggets or Popcorn Chicken - $5.99 (regularly $6.99)*
  • Lay's Poppables or Sun Chips - 2/$6.00 (regularly $3.99)
  • Lindt Excellence Chocolate Bars, 100g - 2/$6.00 (regularly $3.99)
  • No Name Tuna or Canned Vegetables, 170g - 4/$5.00 (regularly $1.49)
  • PC Beef Jerky, 80g - $4.99
  • PC Juices, 5 Pack - 2/$3.00 (regularly $1.99)
  • Peek Freans Cookies - $1.99
  • Popsicle Novelty Bars - $2.99 (regularly $3.49)*
  • Powerade Sports Drink, 24 Pack - $9.99
  • Starbucks Coffee or K-Cup Coffee Pods - $8.99
  • Vector Energy Bars, 220g - 2/$6.00 (regularly $3.49)

Household Essentials

  • Lysol Disinfectant Wipes, 80 Sheets - $5.99
  • Method Hand Soap - 2/$8.00 (regularly $4.49)
  • Mr. Clean Clean Freak Deep Cleansing Mist - $5.99
  • Up to 20% off Seventh Generation Dish Soap or Cleaners

Kids and Baby

  • Huggies Jumbo Baby Wipes, Diapers or Training Pants - $11.99
  • Pampers Super Boxed Diapers or Training Pants - $22.99

*These items are available at Shoppers Drug Mart Food Store locations only.

This flyer is effective from June 1 to 6. Product selection may vary by location, so make sure to check out your local flyer here.

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    • How does this compare to the latest paperwhite?
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    • Dang it, I want to use my points not earn more.
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    • shorfd wrote:
      May 30th, 2019 12:48 pm

      For me, Kobo's Overdrive integration is a major plus over the Kindle.
      Same.

      I bought it with points when it was $109.99 last time. It's a very good book reader and you can borrow books from library directly.

      I also have a Kobo Glo HD, but I still upgraded just because of the library integration in the Clara HD, otherwise both are almost the same.
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    • d0m056 wrote:
      May 30th, 2019 1:11 pm
      I also have a Kobo Glo HD, but I still upgraded just because of the library integration in the Clara HD, otherwise both are almost the same.
      I also have the Glo HD and wanted the library functionality. But as I use it more, I find it's not _that_ bad to push books (library, or presumably from non-Kobo stores though I haven't done that) from my computer. I'll probably stick with the Glo but wish I could bring myself to get a Clara. Wonder what I could sell the Glo for.

      [edit: I'm seeing used Glo (sold) listings on ebay.ca for C$50 and up. maybe it's worth it...]

      =aw
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    • shorfd wrote:
      May 30th, 2019 11:32 am
      Bonus: Extra 5000 pts if you pay with a PC Financial Mastercard on June 1st.. making this deal $68.29 (+ provincial tax + eco fees)
      And another 1-3% just for using that PCF MC. With the black MC, I make it $63.80 + $18.20 tax = $82.00 (ON)

      Thanks OP.

      =aw
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    • Would Google Books work with this? Do any ereaders work with google books?
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    • d0m056 wrote:
      May 30th, 2019 1:11 pm
      I also have a Kobo Glo HD, but I still upgraded just because of the library integration in the Clara HD, otherwise both are almost the same.
      It looks like Glo has higher resolution for the same size screen. Do you see a difference with the Clara (text only, not worried about images)?
      Kobo Glo HD has a display resolution of 1448 x 1072 pixels pixels, but the Kobo Clara HD only has a display resolution of 1024 x 758 pixels.
      Thanks!
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    • onthemove wrote:
      May 30th, 2019 1:39 pm
      Would Google Books work with this? Do any ereaders work with google books?
      What is the file format?

      =aw
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    • Great e-reader, good price.

      To my understanding, the differentiating factors of this vs. a Kindle is that you have the optional Overdrive integration (able to rent e-books from local libraries) and that its a bit easier to get books on here in general. With the Kindle, I believe you have to do some type of conversion process if you get your books from anywhere but Amazon.
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    • onthemove wrote:
      May 30th, 2019 1:39 pm
      Would Google Books work with this? Do any ereaders work with google books?
      Don't know if it does directly, but Google books uses epub, so you just need to get the file onto the unit.
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    • Can someone explain how the 20x pts works?
      If I have PC Elite Mastercard and am getting 30pts/ $1, then that's 4,170 pts on $139. At 20x, that works out to be 83,400 pts. With the extra 5,000, that would bring it up to 88,400 pts plus a $25 gc and it would net you back $113.40. But that doesn't seem right and doesn't line up with OP's numbers, so my math is off or I don't understand the concept.

      Thanks OP, this looks like a great deal!
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    • onthemove wrote:
      May 30th, 2019 1:39 pm
      Would Google Books work with this? Do any ereaders work with google books?
      I believe you can do this by installing Adobe Digital Editions to a computer, downloading and dragging your Google books into Digital Editions to verify their purchase, and then dragging the verified files to your connected eReader.
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    • aw1883 wrote:
      May 30th, 2019 1:47 pm
      It looks like Glo has higher resolution for the same size screen. Do you see a difference with the Clara (text only, not worried about images)?

      Thanks!
      No, I can't tell any difference.

      I thought that since both have the same PPI (300), the display size would be the same... guess i was wrong
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    • drvanostrand wrote:
      May 30th, 2019 3:30 pm
      Can someone explain how the 20x pts works?
      If I have PC Elite Mastercard and am getting 30pts/ $1, then that's 4,170 pts on $139. At 20x, that works out to be 83,400 pts. With the extra 5,000, that would bring it up to 88,400 pts plus a $25 gc and it would net you back $113.40. But that doesn't seem right and doesn't line up with OP's numbers, so my math is off or I don't understand the concept.

      Thanks OP, this looks like a great deal!
      The 20x multiplier only applies to the base offer of 15pts/$1 spent = 139 x 15 x 20 = 41,700 pts = $41.70
      The 30pts/$1 from your PCE MC stands alone = $139 x 30 = 4,170 = $4.17
      Bonus 5,000 PCO pts from using PCE MC = 5000 pts = $5
      Bonus $25 giftcard

      So total you receive $75.87 in PCO pts & GC on $139.99 spend + tax on the full $139.99
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    • Ah, bummer. Thanks for the explanation though, I never really got up to date on how stuff works after the PC/Shoppers pts merger.
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    • Thanks OP! Mathematically this is a good deal, and I'm ok with PC pts - at least I can spend points at superstore. But the shoppers gift card... can I buy other gift cards using it?
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    • Anyone know any locations that have many of these? We all know how YMMV shoppers can be
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    • I've never seen Kobos for sale at any SDM
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    • It is better to get points at 20x and spend it in grocery in No Frills.
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