FAQ

How long does it take for freebies to arrive?

You should expect between 2 to 6 weeks for freebies to arrive. If you do not receive your gift, contact the company in question to let them know.

How can I get more coupons?

In Canada, coupons are a great way to save money on grocery bills. You can easily find them as there are many sources you can gather them from such as your local newspapers, the internet, on product shelves, or inside store brochures.
 
Here are some tips you can use to find coupons:

Contact manufacturers

On the back of your product package, you can find a toll free number to contact the manufacturer. Call this number and ask the customer service team if they have a mailing list where you can register to get their latest offers and coupons. You can also head to the manufacturer’s website, click on “contact us” to ask for coupons and free samples. Don’t forget to include your name, address and email in your message so that they can contact you back.

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Win Free Stuff & Find Great Canadian Specials & Deals with CanadianSavers.ca Use Social Media : Look for the manufacturer’s facebook page. Like their page and check all the tabs listed on the left side. You generally find giveaways, coupons and freebies there.

Look for in-store coupons

Look in the stores while you do your shopping. You can find coupons in front of the product or display to use immediately or to save for later.

How can I build a stockpile?

You can build a stockpile by stocking up on items that you purchase with the coupons you find on Canadian Savers website or items that you find on sale. I personally like to stock up on some things all year long but I find it nice to give whatever is left over to local food banks, friends and family. Check out this link to learn how to stockpile.

What can I do with coupons I don’t use?

A good way to get rid of the coupons you don’t use is to trade them for other coupons you would like to use. You can also organize or take part in coupon trains. A coupon train is an envelope of coupons that travels from one stop to another. To trade your coupons or organize a coupon train, you can write a post on FSC wall explaining what coupons you already have and what others you would like to get.

I would like to learn all the coupon lingo! What are the basic abbreviations and acronyms I should know?

  • One Per Purchase: You can use 1 coupon for each item you are purchasing not for your entire transaction). For example, if you are buying 2 bottles of water and you have 2 coupons, you can use one coupon for each bottle, but you cannot use 2 coupons for the same bottle.
  • Stacking : When you are allowed to use more than 1 coupon per item.
  • FPC : Free Product Coupon that allows you to get a product for free.BOGO: Buy 1 Get 1 Free
  • B2G1: Buy 2 Get 1 Free
  • B3G1: Buy 3 Get 1 Free
  • MIR: Mail in Rebate
  • P&G: Procter & Gamble, the company that markets brands such as Tide, Pampers, Gillette, Head & Shoulders etc
  • SDM: Shoppers Drug Mart
  • SPM: Specially Marked Packages
  • Tear-Pad: Coupons that you find in stores, on the shelf or display. You can find tear pad coupons on the product’s shelf at the store (it’s like a little booklet where you can “tear” the coupons out).
  • WUB: When you buy
  • WUS: When you spend
  • LD: London Drugs
  • RCSS: Real Canadian Superstore
  • PEELIE: Coupon that can be “peeled” from the product.
  • Insert Coupons: Coupons that you can find in newspapers, etc. Mail out: Coupons that are sent to your home via Websaver.ca, Save.ca, or Brandsaver.ca for example.
  • Booklet Coupons: They can be found in booklets or promotional brochures that can be found at the store.
  • Hangtag Coupons: They are actually coupons “hanging”from the product itself, like this.
  • Call-in Coupons: coupons that you can get by calling the manufacturer directly and get them to send them to your home.

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How long does it take for freebies to arrive?

You should expect between 2 to 6 weeks for freebies to arrive. If you do not receive your gift, contact the company in question to let them know.

How can I get more coupons?

In Canada, coupons are a great way to save money on grocery bills. You can easily find them as there are many sources you can gather them from such as your local newspapers, the internet, on product shelves, or inside store brochures.
Here are some tips you can use to find coupons:

Contact manufacturers: On the back of your product package, you can find a toll free number to contact the manufacturer. Call this number and ask the customer service team if they have a mailing list where you can register to get their latest offers and coupons. You can also head to the manufacturer’s website, click on “contact us” to ask for coupons and free samples. Don’t forget to include your name, address and email in your message so that they can contact you back.

View offer: Win Free Stuff & Find Great Canadian Specials & Deals with CanadianSavers.ca Use Social Media : Look for the manufacturer’s facebook page. Like their page and check all the tabs listed on the left side. You generally find giveaways, coupons and freebies there.

Look for in-store coupons: Look in the stores while you do your shopping. You can find coupons in front of the product or display to use immediately or to save for later.

How can I build a stockpile?

You can build a stockpile by stocking up on items that you purchase with the coupons you find on Canadian Savers website or items that you find on sale. I personally like to stock up on some things all year long but I find it nice to give whatever is left over to local food banks, friends and family. Check out this link to learn how to stockpile.

What can I do with coupons I don’t use?

A good way to get rid of the coupons you don’t use is to trade them for other coupons you would like to use. You can also organize or take part in coupon trains. A coupon train is an envelope of coupons that travels from one stop to another. To trade your coupons or organize a coupon train, you can write a post on FSC wall explaining what coupons you already have and what others you would like to get.

I would like to learn all the coupon lingo! What are the basic abbreviations and acronyms I should know?

One Per Purchase: You can use 1 coupon for each item you are purchasing not for your entire transaction). For example, if you are buying 2 bottles of water and you have 2 coupons, you can use one coupon for each bottle, but you cannot use 2 coupons for the same bottle.
Stacking : When you are allowed to use more than 1 coupon per item.
FPC : Free Product Coupon that allows you to get a product for free.
BOGO: Buy 1 Get 1 Free
B2G1: Buy 2 Get 1 Free
B3G1: Buy 3 Get 1 Free
MIR: Mail in Rebate
P&G: Procter & Gamble, the company that markets brands such as Tide, Pampers, Gillette, Head & Shoulders etc
SDM: Shoppers Drug Mart
SPM: Specially Marked Packages
Tear-Pad: Coupons that you find in stores, on the shelf or display. You can find tear pad coupons on the product’s shelf at the store (it’s like a little booklet where you can “tear” the coupons out).
WUB: When you buy
WUS: When you spend
LD: London Drugs
RCSS: Real Canadian Superstore
PEELIE: Coupon that can be “peeled” from the product.
Insert Coupons: Coupons that you can find in newspapers, etc. Mail out: Coupons that are sent to your home via Websaver.ca, Save.ca, or Brandsaver.ca for example.
Booklet Coupons: They can be found in booklets or promotional brochures that can be found at the store.
Hangtag Coupons: They are actually coupons “hanging”from the product itself, like this.
Call-in Coupons: coupons that you can get by calling the manufacturer directly and get them to send them to your home.

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