Don’t miss out on your chance to get free Pepsi coupons by mail. Rebate offers a great way to get these coupons, which are straightforward. All you have to do is follow the instructions on their website, and you will be able to print your coupons immediately. So don’t wait; start collecting your Pepsi coupons today!
Pepsi Coupon Book – 2018/2019
- Get $20 in FREE Product Coupons when you spend $20 on PepsiCo items at participating retailers in Canada.
How to Get this promotion
- Purchase $20 in participating Pepsi Products, all on the same receipt
- Please submit it to the Pepsi Holiday Promotion
- Receive a coupon booklet in the mail with $20 in Free Product Coupons
Limit of 1 per household
Participating Products: Lay’s*, Doritos*, Tostitos*, Ruffles*, Munchies* Snack Mix, Smartfood*, Rold Gold*, Cheetos*, Chester’s*, Crispy Minis* snacks; Tostitos* or Ruffles* salsa/dips; Pepsi*, 7UP*, Mountain Dew*, Mug*, Schweppes**, Crush**, Dr. Pepper** soft drinks, Brisk® beverages, Gatorade* and G2* products.
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Offer valid with purchasing any combination of participating PepsiCo products for a total of $20 or more (before taxes) at participating retailers across Canada. Products must be purchased between November 4, 2018, and December 31, 2018, in the same transaction and photos of receipts must be uploaded by January 18, 2019.
The offer ended on January 18, 2019.
Pepsi is well-known for its logo—we all recognize the red, white, and blue circles. But did you know that before 2020, it had been over 40 years since the logo had changed? That’s right—the red, white, and blue circle has remained relatively unchanged since 1975! In 2020, however, Pepsi changed its look with a new logo design featuring an updated font and colour palette.
The 2013 Super Bowl was one of the most memorable in recent memory—and one of the reasons for this was due to Pepsi’s ad campaign. The company aired a series of ads during the game to highlight its product in a fun way. According to USA Today’s annual Ad Meter survey, these ads were voted among the most popular during the Super Bowl.
The Pepsi Centre was once known as the Canada Games Centre—it was built in preparation for hosting events during the 1999 Canada Winter Games. Since then, it has been used for various purposes, including professional hockey games, concerts, and corporate meetings. The stadium can seat 3100 people, making it an ideal venue for more significant events.
It has several amenities and features make it an attractive destination for attendees. For example, 26 luxury suites offer patrons a more private experience with upgraded seating and concessions. Additionally, two large lobbies allow guests to enjoy pre-game meals or grab drinks before heading to their seats.