Canada Price Match Guarantees

Price Match Policies (Canadian Stores)!

Price Matching Policies Canada

Price matching in Canada is a fantastic way to save money. Instead of having to shop at multiple stores to get all the great deals, you only have to shop at one. Many stores will price match their competitors products, although sometimes there are limitations or conditions.

Find out if the stores you shop at price match and what their guidelines are. Below are links to many Canadian store price matching policies for you to view.

If you would like to learn more about price matching in Canada, be sure to watch my video: how to price match in Canada.

The following is a list of Canadian store price matching guidelines.

Price Match Policies

Many stores are following suit with price matching, since so many consumers are doing it these days. It really is a fantastic way to save some cash when you’re out shopping.

Remember to always keep your competitors’ ads with you when you leave the house, since most stores do require them if you want to price match.

What store is your favourite for price matching?

If you liked this post, you may also like:
Canadian Coupon Policies
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Posted on, May 20, 2011
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  1. Annie Nonemous says:

    At my Walmart they no longer ask to see the ads and have even beaten me to the punch saying “They’re $1 at NoFrills” while I was still looking at my notes/list for the price.

    On the other hand my NoFrills and RCS pour over each ad with a fine tooth comb no matter how small the difference or how many customers are getting PO’d behind me as the lines lengthen. NoFrills is so bad they only match if the item is specifically listed or pictured so if there is an ad for Kraft Peanut Butter assorted varieties but only the regular jar is pictured, they will only match the price on the regular not the chuncky or smooth or other varieties. Same with coupons, they treat each coupon I hand them like it was a stick-up note. Sad really.

  2. Daina says:

    Better than Reebee for online flyers is “FlyerFlo”. You can clip parts of the ad out so you don’t have to flip through the online flyer, zoom in, and sort according to type of flyer

  3. Mohammad says:

    I’d suggest automating the flyer scanning process using
    Less effort required than rebee and flyerflo

  4. BJ says:

    I did my first price matching today at Walmart and it was awesome! Saved me $9.50. Definitely gonna do it again. Thank you for your tips!

  5. Allison S. says:

    I love to Price Match! the only thing is we don’t always get our weekly Flyers before the sales start, and the good stuff is gone by the time we may get the flyers. Then we don’t get No Frills Printed Flyer at all so we actually have to go there to get the flyer… Price match not needed.
    Superstore won’t accept Reebee, and you have to have the printed flyer only, Boo… but Walmart does accept Reebee My Favorite to price match Yay!

  6. Nicole says:

    Is there ever a limit to how many you can buy at the advertised price? i.e. on sale at Target for $2, will Superstore honour it if I want to get 5 of the item at that price?

    Do you find that most cashiers actually know how to do this or am I going to be stuck in line with all my other items then have to go to customer service?

    • Cassie Howard says:

      Some stores have limits, while others do not. Check with your store before shopping.

      Most cashiers know how to price match. :)

  7. Joey_G says:

    Reebee is good but just recently found Flipp … you can actually organize in a clipboard and more!

  8. Mohammad says:

    I’d suggest trying out
    Simplifies everything to a list, and makes sure you get always get the best deal.

  9. sana says:

    Paul, I had Checkout 51 but this reebee is awesome. I just wish there was a way to remove the flyers you don’t use and select the items in the flyers that are added to the things you want to buy in a list or something.


  10. lyn says:

    omg what ???grapes?? it has to be same product from same company

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