Canadian Deals & Coupons
Swiss Chalet has two amazing offers for online delivery both for only $19.99.
Swiss Chalet Offer 1: Meal Deal for Two
Coupon code TCD1
Two Quarter Dinners, 2 Pops, 2 Slices of Pie
$19.99 – Save more than $9.00
Swiss Chalet Offer 2: Family Pak
Coupon code FP19
A whole juicy rotisserie chicken served with Chalet Dipping Sauce, Four oven-baked rolls, Your choice of four single side orders
$19.99 – Save $6.00
Swiss Chalet offers expire December 24th, 2008.
Click here to place an online Swiss Chalet delivery order
Future Shop has a coupon that gets you a 10% discount on the lowest ticketed price on any appliances purchase. This coupon can be used at all Future Shop stores across Canada as well as online purchases.
To use the coupons at Future Shop stores:
To use the coupons online at FutureShop/ca:
- Go to FutureShop.ca
- Login and go to your cart then click on “Redeem your futureshop.ca eCertificate code”
- Enter code 10%-appl998267850573
Coupon Expires December 24th, 2008.
Click here to print your Future Shop 10% discount on appliances
Receive 10,000 HBC Rewards Points when you spend $40 or more (before taxes) on fragrances, jewellery or watch gift ideas at The Bay Canada.
Friday Dec 12th to Thursday Dec 18th, 2008.
Click here to print your free 10,000 HBC Rewards points coupon
Want to smell extra yummy this holiday season? Buy one get one 50%* off on all seasonal bath and body at The Body Shop!
I found this on their Canadian online site, hopefully it’s in store as well.
Click here to shop.
* Discount will be applied before billing credit card.
One of the best multiplayer First Person Shooter games of all time, Team Fortress 2 is on sale today only for $9.99 on Steam. I’ve spent hundreds of hours playing this game online and a I strongly recommend it even if you have a slight interest in FPS games.
Click here to order Team Fortress 2 for $9.99
Thanks couponlady, Arch_Dandy & courtreporter for as usual posting this weekâ€™s flyer deals in the Canadian Shopping Deals Section
Reminder of useful links:
And here are this weekâ€™s flyer deals (Dec 12 – 18, 2008):
The wonderful Smart Canucks forum members have been posting hot deals too:
You can also visit the Canadian Hot Deals Forum to keep track of other good deals.
Thanks itsjustmebub and couponlady for posting this awesome deal in the Canadian Shopping Deals and Flyers section 😀
On December 11th and 12th or 12th and 13th, 2008 (check your local flyer for date) the Real Canadian Superstor, Zehrs, Loblaws, Fortinos and basically almost all Loblaw Inc. grocery chains are having tax free event from 5pm till close. This means that you do not pay any taxes on your purchase. This applies to everything in-store including electronics! So imagine buying a Playstation 3 or Xbox 360 without paying any tax! That’s like saving almost $50 😀
We pay the GST and PST (where applicable) on almost all taxable items excluding purchases of tobacco, prescriptions, dry cleaning, gas bar, lottery or from third party businesses within our stores. No returns accepted or rain checks issued for taxable items during this promotion. We reserve the right to limit purchases to reasonable family requirements. Offer only valid in participating stores in Ontario. Cannot be combined with any other promotional offers.
Click here for a discussion of this Loblaws no tax event on the forum
Thanks jackso for posting about this Zellers Friends & Family event in the
On Sunday December 14th, 2008 only receive an extra 10% discount on almost everything at Zellers including ALL regular, sale and clearance-priced merchandise! You need a copy of the invitation coupon for this event so don’t forget to print it out:
Click here to print your Zellers Invitation.
This blog post was originally made by Sally but when I added the above pic she didnâ€™t approve so I took over authorship of the blog post 😛
Every year Tim Hortons offers free holiday skating in select areas of Canada, its a great family activity and a great way to get the whole family active!
Momâ€™s and Dadâ€™s donâ€™t forget the helmets for the little ones to protect their precious noodles!
Click here for the full Free Ice Skating schedule
Iâ€™d post all the locations but theres hundreds and hundreds of free skate dates and areas!
Happy free Skating!
I knew today’s Christmas countdown title would grab your attention! Well it’s what I think is a classical Christmas movie scene, the Mean Girls Christmas Dance. While searching for this scene on Youtube I came across loads of people doing their own version of this Christmas dance at very different places ranging from schools to Hooters. Here’s the movie scene:
And here’s the Jingle Bell Rock mp3 just in case you wanted to practice this at home :PÂ (right click on the link and save it to your computer)
Over the past few weeks we’ve had some posts letting people know about the Annual $5 T-shirt Sale at Threadless.com. While the deals were good (and still are — the sale continues!), a number of our readers have come back and commented about the outrageous customs fees they were required to pay at the door.
To the best of my knowledge, the commenters that have been saying it is a UPS-related issue are dead right. Of all the deliveries I receive from the states each year, only the ones from UPS seem to come with a mountain-sized customs fee. I once ordered a $30 bag from Manhattan Portage and had to pay $45 in customs. It was BEYOND outrageous. That’s why I go out of my way to avoid UPS whenever possible.
Threadless offers four shipping choices — two through UPS, and two through the US Postal Service. While it’ll be slower and without a tracking number, you’ll most likely avoid the customs fee by choosing the “Postal” options. I’m cheap, so I went economy anyways. My first order hasn’t arrived yet, so I can’t confirm for a fact that no customs fees occur through this method. From my understanding and past experience with other US companies though, it’s the safest bet.
My apologies to all of you that have incurred customs fees. If it makes you feel any better I’ll likely be fighting with a UPS driver today over fees from a Christmas purchase unrelated the Threadless later today. I ordered it from a .ca site, so why the heck is it coming UPS from Colorado?? We are not amused.
As far as Threadless shipping goes, they’ve just upgraded their sale again to include a $7 discount for postal economy shipping on international orders over $50. The sales been on a while now, so this is probably the last bump up in savings they’ll offer before they take the whole thing down.
Until December 12th receive a collectable 2008 snowglobe at Sears.ca beautyÂ withÂ aÂ $75Â women’s or mens fragrance purchase online. I just happened to be browsing their beauty section looking for gifts and came across this little gem gwp.
*while quantities last. Please see site for other details, and or exclusions.
I thought if would be a good idea with the holiday shopping season in full force to list the stores online or box, that will price match items if you find it advertised cheaper elsewhere. Some offer the full difference and 5-10% on top of that. Each have their own conditions and generally are found in store or in the “help” or “customer service”Â section of the website.
If you know of any please post and I’ll update my list as we go!
Sears Toys only until Dec. 24th
List via Koala on our forum
Staples Business Depot
Kitchen Stuff Plus
Apple Store Canada
Toys R Us
Superstore Only select stores*
Not the first time we’ve mentioned it here at SmartCanucks, but tomorrow brings the long-awaited DVD launch of The Dark Knight. If you haven’t seen it, you really need to. I never thought the word “masterpiece” could be applied to a comic book movie, but if any had ever earned the title it’d be this one. Heath Ledger gave the best performance of the year, hands down. So when I came across this Heath Ledger as the Joker as Ronald McDonald pic? I couldn’t resist.
Don’t forget — Select Empire Cinemas’ are doing a screening tonight that comes with a DVD of the movie, and Blockbuster will be open from midnight ’til 1am to sell copies at $17.99 a pop. That price is good tomorrow as well, but after that it’ll jump to normal.
Banana Republic Canada is having a one day only 40% discount on all regular priced items in-store. This sale will take place on December 10th, 2008 and will be available at all Banana republic stores across Canada.
Click here for more details on this BananaÂ Republic Canada sale
Click here for Banana Republic Canada store locations
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