4 Days ONLY! | November 23 – 26, 2018
Shoppers Drug Mart’s ‘Super Spend Your Points’ event is on now!
Starting today, when you shop SDM and spend your PC Optimum points, you’ll gain more when you spend more! 😀
- Spend 70,000 PC Optimum points > Get up to $95 off* | $25 Bonus!
- Spend 140,000 PC Optimum points > Get up to $200 off* | $60 Bonus!
- Spend 300,000 PC Optimum points > Get up to $450 off* | $150 Bonus!
Please see full terms after the jump.
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*”Redemption amounts between the specified examples are also eligible to receive the following extra value amounts: Tier #1: Get $25 in extra value (25,000 PC Optimum points) when you redeem 70,000 – 130,000 PC Optimum points; Tier #2: Get $60 in extra value (60,000 PC Optimum points) when you redeem 140,000 – 290,000 PC Optimum points; Tier #3: Get $150 in extra value (150,000 PC Optimum points) when you redeem 300,000 – 500,000 PC Optimum points; All PC Optimum points must be redeemed in increments of 10,000 points up to a maximum possible redemption of 500,000 PC Optimum points. Points, including the extra value amounts, must be redeemed in a single transaction. Taxes payable on full purchase price before application of discount reward. Points are not redeemable for cash or credit. We are not obligated to award points based on errors or misprints. PC Optimum points redemption excludes purchase of tobacco, lottery tickets, alcohol, gift cards, all prepaid cards, transit/event tickets, post office transactions, passport photos, cash back, delivery charges, all non-participating 3rd party operations and any other products which are provincially regulated (including pharmacy-related transactions) or as we determine from time to time. Not to be used in conjunction with any other points promotions or offers. Offer valid in Canada only. We reserve the right to modify or cancel this promotion due to system error or unforeseen problems. Minimum redemption 10,000 points. See terms & conditions for full redemption restrictions.”