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Mark’s Work Wearhouse Canada: $20 off $70 coupon

Mark’s Work Wearhouse Canada: $20 off $70 coupon

Complete a 1 minute survey (at the bottom of the page) and get a coupon for $20 off any purchase of $70 or more at Mark’s Work Wearhouse.

Click here to get your  Mark’s Work Wearhouse coupon

French Connection (FCUK) Canada: Customer Appreciation Weekend

 French Connection (FCUK) Canada: Customer Appreciation Weekend

Great Gift Ideas –

designergifts.pngI’m going to a wedding tomorrow, and I’ve had a heck of a time coming up with the right gift. We’re big believers in getting people gifts that stand out so they’ll always remember the who gave it, and there was little in their registry save for towels and dishes. While trying to come up with gift ideas this afternoon I came across If only I’d found out about this place two weeks ago, I could’ve gotten them something fantastic! Instead it looks like they’re going to be getting a popcorn maker.

I just thought I should bring DesignerGifts to everyones attention since, not only do they ship to Canada, but they have an entire section dedicated to cheap gifts. Despite the affordibility, most of the items in the cheap bin are very unique. Definitely something worth checking out the next time you have to get a gift for someone and you’re just not sure what they’d like. If you’re not worried about price, they have a good selection of other items too — like digital picture frames and gift ideas for men.

Next time you don’t know what to buy for that special occasion, you should definitely check it out.

Shoppers Drug Mart Referral Chain

Shoppers Drug Mart Referral Chain for Bee the Buzz Event

To join the Shoppers Drug Mart referral chain please add

[email protected]

to your msn messenger contacts and send a message to Prue and she will add you to the chain.

Shoppers Drug Mart Referral Chain for Bee the Buzz Event

Shoppers Drug Mart is having a new 20x refer a friend event. We set up a referral chain this time too to help everyone get more optimum points 🙂

Alajen and Prue7979 are managing the chain this time round so it’s way more organized than last one 🙂

If you already signed up for this event through the link emailed by Shoppers Drug Mart you CANNOT join the chain period.

Click here and READ the instructions on how to join the referral chain

Shoppers Drug Mart Canada: Bonus Redemption

Future Shops 13 Days of Web Deals, Day 5: Protron 37″ LCD HDTV


I’m a big believer in buying namebrand electronics. For the most part, you get what you pay for when it comes to TV’s, cameras, MP3 players, etc.. That’s why, when I hear of a brand like “Protron” I instantly cringe. I checked online – the only thing I could find that offered any information whatsoever was a 64 page thread on LCD TV Reviews. Some people are happy with it, most people aren’t — and one comment stood out above all else. Remember kiddies, this is the internet and this really could just be from a disgruntled customer — but what if it’s not?;

“I work for Protron.

We are in a big dispute with the Chinese factory that makes Protron LCDs. No replacement parts will be coming, ever.

There are no remotes and no power supplies available.

PROTON has already won their lawsuit which prevents us from selling under the name PROTRON. As soon as they pay the bond, we are shut down.

Our management is in chaos. Our customer service dept is non-existant. Our rating with the BBB is ‘F’. The product is cheap because it is made with cheap parts. Getting the picture here?

If you buy a Protron LCD, you are completely on your own.”

One of a million reasons to stick to a namebrand. Besides – if you’re going HD, do it right. 1080p isfast-becoming the standard (when I went HD last fall it was barely available — I wish I’d waited!) and this unit doesn’t offer it. Just pinch your pennies — Samsung, LG and Sony all make 1080p HDTV’s in the 37″-42″ range for under $2000 now. I don’t expect them to go any lower.

If for some reason you’re still interested, this deal can be found here.

Future Shops 13 Days of Web Deals, Day 4: TomTomOne GPS Navigation System


A navigation system is something I could never see myself using. Of course, I don’t travel into uncharted territory very often, so I’m probably not who they’re trying to sell to anyways. Still – couldn’t you just spend three dollars on a map instead?

Regardless of my old-man unwillingness to adapt to progress, this is a fantastic price on a GPS navigation system. A new non-refurb model is going for $399 at Best Buy. If you’re looking to add GPS and don’t mind refurb products, this is an excellent way to go.

You can grab this deal here.

Future Shops 13 Days of Web Deals, Day 3: Polk Audio R50 Speaker System


Today’s deal may seem like it offers some unbelievable savings on a set of pretty decent speakers, but don’t be fooled. Polk discontinued these a while back, and while searching for reviews I’ve been discovering that most people were able to pick this up on clearance in the $75-$200 range. That being said, the reviews were also glowing. Like — “these should have cost me a grand” glowing. If you’re looking for good sound on the cheap and haven’t seen these at a better price, you’ll have a hard time finding a better bargain than this — unless of course Future Shop discounts them further at some point, which they inevitably will. You can pick up the Polk Audio R50’s here.

Future Shops 13 Days of Web Deals, Day 2: 500GB External Hard Drive


As a bit of a download junkie, and item like this sets my heart aflutter. Not only is this a great price on a 500GB External Hard Drive, but it’s the first web deal I’ve seen to be available both in store and online. But not all is good in Comstar-town.

When searching for a review of the product, nothing came up. That’s not exactly the mark of a quality brand name. As a a matter of fact, the only information I could find came from our very own Boo when he posted the November’s 6 Days of Web Deals and this item just happened to show up;

Comstar manufactures mediocre products and when it comes to a sensitive items like external hard drives I’d rather spend a few more bucks and buy a higher quality product. If however you’re looking for the lowest price you could spend on a 500GB external hard drive then this is definitely the right deal for you.

There you have it folks – it’s not good, but it’s cheap. And at that time, Boo was writing about a price of $229 – so it’s dropped even further.

If you’re interested, you can pick up this deal here.

Future Shops 13 Days of Web Deals, Day 1: Sansa 2GB Photo/MP3 Player

Future Shop’s 13 Days of Web Deals are back! By now we all know the drill, but just in case we don’t, here’s a recap. Every day for 13 days Future Shop will be posting a different deal on their website. The deal will be web only, and there will be limited quantities — so you’re going to want to order quick.

Now that we’ve gotten that our of the way, let’s see what’s on tap for Day One:


If you’re looking for a better deal on a 2GB MP3 player, you’re going to have a pretty hard time. The Sandisk Sansa 2GB Photo MP3 Player (C150). I don’t have any personal experience with the device myself, but here are the highlights from the CNet review;

Score: 6.7 (good)

The good: The affordable SanDisk Sansa c100 series boasts a simple and effective control interface; a small but handy color LCD that displays photos and album art; extra features such as an FM tuner, voice recording, and photo support; and compatibility with Audible and WMA subscription services.

The bad: The SanDisk Sansa c100 series utilizes a proprietary USB cable and has poor battery life for a AAA unit. It also offers poor voice and FM recordings, and you can hear a tiny click when you start a track.

The bottom line: The SanDisk Sansa c100 series gives you a decent set of features for a decent price, but don’t expect great battery life.

If you’re still interested after all of that, you can pick this deal up here.

Pinecone Research Canada: Invitations still available (reminder)

Here’s the new 2009 invitation request info:

Pinecone Canada

Now’s the time to join pinecone research. Once they stop accepting new members it will likely be a few years before they re-accept new registrations. Pinecone is a consumer research company that pays you $5 per survey and sends out lots of full size products to test. They have been known for their prompt payments. I strongly encourage everyone to sign up (you have nothing to lose).

If you want an invitation please send a private message to Prue7979 and WRITE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS OR SHE CANNOT EMAIL YOU AN INVITATION with your email address and she’ll email you an invitation.

Email me at smartcanucks [[[[[[att]]]]] gmail com and I’ll send you an invitation

Canadian Contests: Daycare Bear

Thanks Anna for emailing me this contest info 🙂


Daycare contest canadaJust wanted to share with you all a new contest I found today. You can win Carebears for you (or for your child(ren))

Rules: One entry per email per day. For Canadian residents (except Quebec ). Drawing on June 2nd.

URL: (contest link on the center of the page). And it’s a useful resource if you’re looking for a daycare provider too!

Have fun

Click here to visit this daycare contest page

Attractions Ontario: New 2007 Coupons Added

Thanks Joel S. for emailing me this information 🙂

Attractions Ontario: New 2007 Coupons Added

Just click on the desired attraction – this will bring you to the attraction listing where you can view and print the free e-coupons!
Aboriginal Experiences
Black Creek Pioneer Village
Canada’s Wonderland
Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum
Casa Loma
Centreville Amusement Park
Chinese Lantern Festival at Ontario Place
Comfort Suites City Centre
Cookstown Manufacturer’s Outlet Mall
Discovery Harbour
Doon Heritage Crossroads
Gananoque Boat Line
Grand River Conservation Authority
Helicopter Company Inc. (The)
Historic Fort York
Hockey Hall of Fame
IMAX Theatre Niagara Falls
Lang Pioneer Village Museum
Mackenzie House
Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament
Mysteriously Yours… Dinner Theatre
Niagara Helicopters Limited
Nicolston Dam
Oh Canada Eh? Dinner Show
Ontario Place
Ontario Science Centre
OWL Rafting on the Ottawa River
Quality Hotel & Suites Airport East
Queens Quay Terminal
Rich Hill Candles
Rockport Boat Line
Royal Botanical Gardens
Sainte-Marie among the Hurons
Santas Village
Scenic Caves Nature Adventures
Skylon Tower
Souvenir City Headquarters
Spadina Museum: Historic House & Gardens
The Haunted Walk of Kingston
The Haunted Walk of Ottawa
Toronto Harbour Tours
Vaughan Mills
Waterloo Regional Children’s Museum
Welland Canals Centre at Lock 3
Wheels Inn
Wild Waterworks – Confederation Park
Wilderness Tours Adventure Resort
Wings of Paradise®
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Parks
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Parks Niagara

Click here to visit Attractions Ontario’s coupons page

Rubbermaid Canada Coupon: Configurations Closet Organizer Kit

Rubbermaid Canada

Thanks JennyP for this brilliant coupon!

These Rubbermaid closet organizers usually cost around $80 but they are almost always reduced to $60 or less. Using this coupon you get an extra $25 off and can end up paying $20 or $30 for an $80 closet organizer 🙂

Click here to print this Rubbermaid Canada coupon

Click here for more details

Expires May 31, 2007

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