A coupon that could save consumers a whopping $1.35 million a year could be on the way to a city near you.
The deal, which has the blessing of Mayor Gregor Robertson, was first reported by CBC News.
It’s a deal that’s been on the table for years, but until now, there hasn’t been a price tag.
Robertson’s administration announced the deal on Monday.
The deal includes a $20 rebate on all natural cosmetics sold in the city, including skin care, perfumes and fragrances.
You can get it for free if you visit a city with a population of more than 200,000.
It will apply to natural products sold at supermarkets, pharmacies and drugstores.
It will also apply to any natural cosmetics in the province.
The rebate applies to all products sold on or off store shelves in the City of Calgary.
With files from CBC Calgary’s Stephanie Schiller.