Sure we do! And, if you’ve got a No Frills grocery store close by, you can get them for… FREE!
This week, the No Frills Ontario flyer advertises Ziploc sandwich bags (100’s) and freezer bags (15’s and 20’s) for just $2 – a savings of $1.67 off their regular price.
(It’s also their $1, $2, $3 Sale – they’re got some awesome name brands on sale for cheeeap!)
Visit Right at Home and you’ll find a coupon for $4 off when you buy any two (2) Ziploc brand products… making the bags absolutely free. To access the coupon, you’ll need to create a free profile and be connected to a printer.
Now there has been some concern about No Frills not accepting printed coupons, but I did some research and made a few calls. You should know:
It is No Frills policy to accept manufacturer’s coupons, including those printed on the Internet. However, from time to time, a location is hit with an influx of fraudulent coupons (easy to fake if they’re printed from a computer) and will temporarily disallow Internet coupons for a specific product. BUT, No Frills cannot turn away a printed coupon for a product that is not currently under scrutiny.
I received this information from the No Frills Customer Service line this morning. The rep then transferred me to my local store so that I could confirm the location was accepting Ziploc printed coupons – I was told they were. I took down the name of the person I spoke to and printed 5 coupons :) That’s 10 bags free for me!
I know it seems like a lot of effort for plastic bags, but I went through the extra steps so that I could blog this deal with peace of mind that readers should not be turned away for redeeming the coupon. Don’t forget: if your local No Frills is sold out, you can grab a flyer and price match the deal (and use the coupons) at Wal-Mart.