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Starting this morning at midnight and running until tonight at 11:59pm EST is the Hudson’s Bay Canada Flash Sale offers, which will continue to add new items each day with the daily offer expiring at midnight each day. In today’s selection, there are three great products to choose from all priced at even better prices.
The first product that the Hudson’s Bay is selling at a significant reduction is the KitchenAid 13-Cup Architect Food Processor, now just $244.99, which is $230 off the original price of $399. This food processor features some of the newest and most advanced technology in terms of food processors, including:
- an ExactSlice System
- an adjustable slicing disc
- an ultra wide mouth feed tube to accommodate a variety of foods
- 13 Cup (3.1 L) work bowl
- Die-cast metal base with premium metallic finish
- 1-Year Replacement Warranty
The second hot sale on the chopping block at the Hudson’s Bay is the Breville Duo Temp Pro Espresso Maker, originally $499, but for today’s special flash sale pricing it will just be $329.99. This espresso maker is highly advanced in the way that it extracts its espresso to guarantee that there is no burnt coffee, but you will also have a piping hot cup of steamed milk for your cappuccinos and lattes.
And lastly, but certainly not the least of all the good deals being offered today at the Hudson’s Bay, is the Swiss Gear Hardside 4 Wheel Spinners which are now just $99.99, though before they were being sold for $375. There are three different colours available in the hardside Swiss Gear style, including the above shown red, silver and black.
All of these sales will only be around until 11:59pm EST, today Wednesday, January 7, 2015. and free-shipping will only be offered on orders that exceed $99.
Click here to get all Hudson’s Bay Canada online Flash Sale.
Purchase anything online at Keurig Canada between now and February 27th at 5pm EST and you will have the chance to try the 3 most popular Van Houtte K-cup packs for FREE.
There is no qualifying minimum for you to get your free packs, so you could add something as lowly priced as the Keurig Faceted 14 oz. mug for just $11.99 and then you would receive your free sample packs of Van Houtte K-cups.
Click here to begin shopping at Keurig.ca to receive your free 3 samples of Van Houtte coffee.
Uber is sweeping the world, offering safer, cheaper (for the most part) and ultimately more convenient services than the average cab would deliver in any of the 200 cities that Uber offers service. Plus, when you sign up for your first ride you can use this exclusive promo code to receive $20 off your first ride, simply enter: uberfree20ca.
What Uber offers that other cab services lack, is a convenience and safety that the local companies cannot compete with. They guarantee this quality service by having their drivers screened through an intensive and multi-level background check, and also have the option for the riders to anonymously review their driver so that if anything out of the ordinary were to happen then they could report it back to the head offices.
Safety and convince is further enforced though the cashless transaction rule that Uber has, where you instead pay for your cab ride automatically through your credit card instead of digging around for cash and change. You will already have given your credit card information upon signing up, since this is how you will be able to order cabs on the app, meaning that you cannot hail Uber cabs either (an additional safety feature for both the rider and drivers protection).W
What’s even better about Uber than your average run of the mill taxi company is that it is available in 53 countries and 200 cities, all of whom must maintain the standard of safety which Uber demands for all of its cab drivers meet. This is a relief for people who may find themselves in a foreign country and do not know the standard protocol for cabs, or even if it is safe for tourists to use cabs.
Click here to sign-up for Uber, or here to see what countries and cities Uber is available in.
Roots Canada has some extra savings that will surely keep you a lot warmer, and a definitely little heavier on the cash pile too, in their winter sale this week. Products that were previously on sale at Roots, have been reduced to an extra 20% off their previous listed price.
The kids and toddlers section at Roots tends to have some of the better finds if you’re looking for a really good deal, and in their current winter sale section I was able to find this patriotic and adorable toque for toddlers for just $7.90 (before, it was $16).
And in the women’s section, though there were still some pieces that were a bit pricey, I thought these women’s Francis Pants were a good find at just $39.99 (though before they were being sold for $58) seeing as they are made of micro fleece and feature the functional (and comfy) option of front pockets.
This sale is going on both online and in-store at Roots Canada, though I’d suggest heading over to the retail store if you’re not planning on spending too much in the sale since the minimum requirement for free-shipping is an order of $50. And if you are shopping online, remember that the discount won’t be applied to your product until you have added it to your cart.
Click here to begin shopping the extra 20% off sale merchandise at Roots Canada.
Winter clearance sales are at an all new high at The Children’s Place Canada where winter clearance stock is all $9.99 and under (including their pants and micro fleece sweaters!) In addition to these amazing prices on winter apparel, you can apply an extra savings pass to your order (whether your shopping online or in-store) that will take 20% off your total.
The 20% off savings pass will only be available until January 12th and you will have to enter the promo code, TAKE20NOW2, at the checkout to qualify online and if you’re shopping in-store you will have to print-out the coupon. You can use the online code only 3 separate times, and you may use the coupon as many times as you like when shopping in-store but you will have to turn over your coupon when you make your purchase.
Within the sale section, I was able to find some great deals on girl’s apparel where jeggings were just $9.99, though regularly they would cost $24.95, and micro fleece sweaters were just $4.99, though before they were $16.95. However, after applying my 20% savings discount both items were dropped down to $7.99 and $3.99 respectively, making my total order just $11.98. Normally this entire outfit would’ve cost $41.90, meaning you’ll be saving a total of $29.92.
You also won’t have to worry about shipping and handling tacking on an extra fee at the end of your order, as The Children’s Place will be offering free-shipping until January 13th, 2015 on all standard orders.
Click here to begin shopping at The Children’s Place Canada’s monster sale, or here to find the nearest retail location.
Starting on January 8th until Saturday, January 10th at Fabricland Canada, you can save 50%-75% off on the regular price on almost everything in-store. The only exclusions to this extraordinary weekend sale going on at Fabricland are on the following products:
- special purchases
- promotional items
- Signature Styles
- sale and clearance items
Considering the wide selection of crafts and home decor products that Fabricland offers, these exclusions are not even slightly limiting as to what you can buy. Personally, with the new year upon us, I thought it would be a good idea to head over to Fabricland to check out their selection of home organization and storage merchandise-since it will be between 50%-75% off.
And though Fabricland isn’t including yarn in their weekend sale, you could still pick up other home fashion related supplies, or any craft materials for that matter. For a full list of the craft materials you can find at Fabricland, click here.
Click here to find the nearest store location of Fabricland Canada to you.
Christmas and New Year’s may be over, but that certainly doesn’t mean that winter is anywhere close to being over, as there are still a gruelling 73 days left until spring. Sport Chek Canada is sympathizing with our cold, frozen bodies this month by offering 30%-50% off the original price of their winter outerwear clearance selection. And in addition to this sale, for those of us brave enough to face the elements for recreational activities, Sport Chek will also be offering a 20% off sale on alpine ski boots.
In both of these sales, Sport Chek has already applied the discount so there is no need to worry about promo codes or coupons. You can pick up these Nordica Fire Arrow Team 3 Ski Boots for just $95.99 in the 20% off alpine ski sale.
Or within the 30%-50% off winter outerwear clearance sale you could spend as little as $74.99 on this Columbia Peak Insulated Jacket (also available in white and black). Don’t be confused by the mentioning of 30%-50% off though, as this reduction has been applied to the original retail value of the product-not the already discounted clearance price.
Free-shipping is available with Sport Chek Canada when you spend over $99.
Click here to begin shopping the winter outerwear clearance sale,
Porter Airlines Canada is having yet again one of their great seat sale offers, but in this particular one they are reducing the price of their base fares up to 60% off with flights from Toronto to select cities in Ontario dropping below $100 (that is if you’re flying on the specified dates to Sudbury, Windsor or Sault Ste. Marie).
I decided to look for a more popular route, that is the one from Toronto to New York City, as it is generally a good measure of how good the seat sale is. The only restrictions for picking your flights are that the days you travel must be before May 13th, 2015 and you cannot travel between February 13th-16th or April 1st-7th.
After comparing the dates that I chose to travel for, February 24th-28th, I then compared the Porter seats with Google Flight Tracker which revealed that the best option available would be $260 roundtrip, though when I booked through Porter it revealed that the total would be $17 cheaper at just $243 roundtrip. That is because when picking my flight I also entered the promo code, PLUS10, which will give you an extra 10% off your flight if you’re an e-mail subscriber (which isn’t very hard to become, simply follow this link).
You will have to book your flight before 11:59pm EST on January 13th, though there will is limited quantities available at each price point.
Click here to begin shopping the 60% off seat sale at Porter Airlines Canada.
Carter’s OshKosh Canada is having a great winter clearance sale, both in-store and online, with select styles starting as low as $3.99 and only increasing a little bit more than that throughout the sale! Though this sale is available in-store, if you do decide to shop online with Carter’s it’s nice to keep in mind that shipping is a flat-fee of $8 for standard orders.
You can find some really sweet deals on graphic tees for all of your kiddies at Carter’s winter clearance event, no matter their age or style preferences. For instance, this baby girl’s Rosette ‘Hey Cutie’ Tee is just $3.99, though before it was begin sold for $7.
Or if you’re looking for something around the same price point for your little boy, then look no further then this slap-shot king graphic tee, now only $4.99, for your aspiring young Sidney Crosby.
Bottoms and pants for little boys are starting as low as $9.99, and for little girls as low $7.99. And if you’re not wishing to go through the hassle of making your own outfit, then you can pick up adorable 2-piece sets for your baby boy or girl starting at $7.99.
Click here to begin shopping the winter clearance sale at Carter’s OshKosh Canada online.
This Hario MSS-1B Mini Mill Slim Coffee Grinder from Amazon.ca is definitely not a coffee accessory for every coffee drinker, especially those of you who value your time in the morning with fast and effortless electric grinders. That being said, if you are a person who truly values the connection between a precisely brewed cup of coffee/espresso and extract much enjoyment from the process behind crafting said drink, then you’re in luck with this handheld coffee grinder which is now just $30.20, a whopping 50% off its original price of $60.56.
As you can see from the above diagram of how to use this Hario grinder, the grinder is not designed to produce mass amount of coffee for great crowds. If you prefer the quiet lull of hand grinding your coffee peacefully in the morning versus the, sometimes, obnoxiously loud sound electric grinders can produce then the Hario Mini Slim coffee grinder may be for you.
If you take a look through the reviews on Amazon.ca, most of the people who knew what they were in for truly enjoy the Hario handheld coffee grinder, it seems the only negative reviews the grinder received were from people who didn’t know that a) the handheld grinder doesn’t brew a larger amount (only about 2 cups worth) and b) that the grinder will take a bit longer to grind beans than its electric competitors.
You will receive free-shipping on the Hario MSS-1B Mini Mill Slim Coffee Grinder from Amazon.ca since it’s above $25.
Click here to buy the Hario MSS-1B Mini Mill Slim Coffee Grinder from Amazon.ca.
Also, click here to get all Amazon Canada deals of the day.
Clarins Canada has a sweet little January cheer up for your dry, winter skin blues where when you purchase any product from Clarins Canada online, no minimum spend amount required, you will receive 5 FREE samples of your choice from the specified selection. There is no code required for these samples either, all you have to do is add something to your cart and then upon checkout you will be prompted to add the 5 qualifying samples of your choosing.
Initially my goal was to add $75 worth of product to my cart so that I qualified for free-shipping, but since the standard shipping rate before $75 is just $7 I opted to find the most modestly priced beauty or skin care product that was still relevant to my needs. For me, I found the UV PLUS HP Day Screen High Protection Emulsion SPF 40 to be just the product I needed since it was just $41 and would provide day long protection from the sun that I could still wear under my makeup without the gross oily feeling. It’s important to protect your skin from UV rays year round, and a lot of times people forget that the sun can still penetrate your skin when temperatures drop well below zero.
Once I added this product to my cart, I was able to qualify for the 5 free samples, of which there are many ways to customize to your own specific needs. Depending on the product, you could receive a sample of either 5ml, 0.17 fl. oz., or 0.07 fl. oz.
This freebie offer from Clarins will only be available to Canadian shoppers and will end on January 9th, 2015.
Click here to begin shopping at Clarins Canada online
This coupon mailer from Burger King Canada is giving you the chance until February 22nd to get a 10-piece of Chicken Nuggets, plus your choice of 2 sauces, for just $1.79. That means that each individual chicken nugget will only cost you $0.17! It may sound insane for food to be this cheap, but at this price you really can’t complain.
This offer from Burger King is probably an attempt to compete with McDonald’s Canada’s current coupon offers, and let’s just say in terms of Chicken Nuggets this is probably the best deal going on right now.
Click here to find the nearest Burger King Canada location to you.
This is an interesting offer from Costco Canada, where you can literally buy an entire pallet of Lucky Charms Snack Bars for $720 off the original wholesale price of $2,999.99, now just $2,279.99. Since you will be receiving 360 units of these marshmallowy, 100 calorie, snack sized bars that means that each individual bar will work out to only costing you $0.26.
Of course this deal will not be for EVERYONE, as very few would be able to go through 8,640 bars (there are 24 bars per box) in a foreseeable amount of time. However, if you’re having any kind of fundraiser, fun-run, or event that requires a large amount of snacks for a low cost then this deal may be one that you would be wise to invest in.
Costco will only be offering this on orders placed between January 2nd-January 18th, 2015 and they will also offer free-shipping since it has already been calculated into the price.
Click here to buy the Lucky Charms Snacks Bars pallet of 360 units from Costco Canada.
I know most of you are probably viewing this post and thinking, how on earth could there be anything more to post about Christmas at this time of year!? But hear me out before you completely shut me down, as there really are some good deals to be found here in the Walmart Canada Christmas Clearance sale.
I know personally with our own tree experiences at home with our natural trees, though they were fresh smelling and more authentic looking, come Christmas morning there were some saddened faces when we looked up to discover that half the tree was sunk in due to floppy branches; for some reason this year’s tree just didn’t hold up as well as the previous ones. Plus with the clean up of all the needles at the end of the season, the natural tree seemed to be more hassle than it was worth. Which is why our family agreed that not only would it make sense to get a fake tree for next year, but it would make even more sense to get one now since they will be on sale. At Walmart (for the most part), Christmas trees are up to 50% off, with a 7.5 ft. Kennedy white tree with Christmas lights being just $99.50 (was $199).
Even twinkle lights, that never seem to last for more than a season, are on sale at Walmart for just $4.50 when you get a set of 50 mini clear lights. What’s also great about getting these lights now, especially the clear ones, is that they can be used for more than just the Christmas season as they also look quite nice in the summer time on your back deck.
You can also pick up sets of shatterproof 9-piece ornaments for just $8 and a 150-piece garland set for just $6 (was $12). Plus, though all these items are so cheap, you additionally won’t have to worry about shipping since it is free no matter what at Walmart.
Click here to begin shopping the Christmas clearance sale at Walmart Canada.
Need your 2014 holiday memories preserved, or better yet, need to clear out those old pictures from your spring graduation? Then now would never be a better time to get those pesky digital copies converted into hard copy print outs as Costco’s Photo Centre will only be charging $0.10 per 4×6 picture!
The process for uploading your pictures is very simple, just head on over to Costco’s photo centre’s online portal and begin uploading your pictures via Instagram, Facebook, Flickr, Picasa, OneDrive, Dropbox, or Gdrive; though OneDrive and GDrive will probably be the fastest. I’d also suggest avoiding doing this in-store as it can be a tedious process and you may not wish to stand around waiting for your pictures to upload, plus there is a maximum of 1000 pictures when you printout in-store.
Contrary to what you may assume, you do not have to be a member to use the Costco Photo Centre, however if you aren’t a member you will have to use a Costco gift card to pay for your order.
Click here to begin uploading your pictures at the Costco Photo Centre online.
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