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Canadian Tire Money

Practically every Canadian household has stashed somewhere in a drawer a wad of Canadian Tire Money. These are actually coupons issued by Canadian Tire but look like real currency. In fact they look so much like real currency that it has been successfully passed off as Canadian currency to Americans and Mexicans at times.

Canadian Tire gives you Canadian Tire Money every time you buy something in the store and pay cash for it. The amount you get is 3% of what ever your total purchases came to. You can use Canadian Tire Money to buy anything in the store or even gasoline at their gas stations. The "money" can even be used to cover the sales tax on the purchases.

Canadian Tire Money comes in 3 cent, 5 cent, 10 cent, 25 cent, 50 cent and 1 dollar denominations.



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