Canadian Deals & Coupons
Got this Canadian National Exhibition 2006 promo from J. yesterday but I didn’t have time to post it yesterday.
(Toronto, Ontario) August 27, 2006â€”The CNE announced today the creation of a special gate promotion called Five After Five.Â Anyone visiting the CNE after 5pm on Tuesday, August 29th, Wednesday, August 30th and Thursday, August 31st will attend for $5.00.Â Regular adult admission for The EX is $12.00 and $8.00 for students and seniors.
More details on CNE’s 5 after 5 promo here.
Coupon is not redeemable for cash. Total purchase must be $75 or more before taxes. Coupon has no cash value and must be presented at time of purchase. One coupon per transaction, coupon cannot be used towards the purchase of gift cards and coupon cannot be combined with any other offer or discount. Valid one time only until October 31, 2006.
Print the coupon here.
The 12 universities are:
Dalhousie, McMaster, Simon Fraser, Alberta, UBC, Calgary, Lethbridge, Manitoba, Universite de Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Queen’s.
Last week they were 11 universities but on the 23rd of August Queen’s decided to withdraw too. Good for them! I’m glad they did that!
Here’s the letter sent by the first 11 universities to Maclean’s:
The 2005 University Rankings:
Apparently I got many visitors looking for the Price Chopper flyer because SmartCanucks.ca ranked high when you googled for Price Chopper flyer or Price Chopper Flyer Canada
Since I got many requests for the Price Chopper flyer to be added to my flyer list I contacted Price Chopper today. They said theyâ€™ll discuss it and contact me back. Iâ€™ll keep you updated and hopefully Iâ€™ll have every weekâ€™s flyer on SmartCanucks.ca for Price Chopper customers 🙂
You can now read the Price Chopper flyer here
Go to Paramount Canadaâ€™s Wonderland corporate partners website here.
In the â€œcompany IDâ€ enter:
company ID: Rogers
$33.68Â (7-59 years of age)
$29.72 (ages 3-6; 60+)
company ID: ASME2006
$35.66 (7-59 years of age)
$29.72 (ages 3-6; 60+)
company ID: SYMCOR
September 10th (a Sunday) ticket
company ID: FR903
September 3, 2006 (Wonderland Chinese Day) ticket for
company ID: LCALUMNI
$35.66 (7-59 years of age)
$29.72 (ages 3-6; 60+)
Yes, Shoppers Drug Martâ€™s Friends and Family crazy 20x secret points event is back. Although I wouldn’t call it a “secret” anymore this is still one superb event 🙂
On September 1st, spend $50 or more at Shoppers and receive 20x the points. You can also invite family and friends and earn more rewards.
You can use this event to get a good deal on Apple iPods. You can find more details about buying an iPod on that day in my old 20x event post here.
More details and registration on Shoppers Drug Martâ€™s website here.
Thanks Mike C. and ceci for letting me know about Best Buyâ€™s Back To School Discount Dorm Sale 🙂
I had a quick scan through their products and I found good deals but nothing stunning. I’ll have another look tonight.
Check out the Best Buy Discounted Dorm products here.
In this weekâ€™s Sobeys Ontario Flyer the Sobeys Spring Water – 35x500ml – is on sale for $3.49 (limit 3 per person).
Read the full Sobeys flyer here.
Best Buy has the Creative MuVo V100 1GB MP3 Player â€“ White on sale for $59.99 (regular price $99.99).
1) get this offer in-store (itâ€™s in this weekâ€™s Best Buy flyer) or
2) order online and pick it up from store or
3) order online and have it delivered to your address (I think Best Buy charges for shipping now).
Creative produces brilliant, high quality and nice looking mp3 players. Adding mp3 files to this player is way more flexible than iPodâ€™s proprietary iTunes. You just plug it into your computer, drag and drop! Non of iPodâ€™s annoying restrictions or limitations. You can also use this mp3 player as a USB flash key to store your documents and other non-music files.
Only major drawback is the lack of a radio (FM tuner). I donâ€™t understand why iPods and Creative mp3 players donâ€™t have FM tuners. Maybe listening to the radio isnâ€™t cool anymore? jeez.
I strongly recommend this deal.
Get this Creative MuVo V100 1GB MP3 Player deal here.
Loads of free stuff for Canadians are posted daily in the forum.
Visit the freebies forum here.
note: I will post this message every now and then for new visitors.
Do you have a son, daughter, sibling, nephew, niece, cousin or friend, born in 2006, 2005 or 2004? If you do, they could win SmartCanucks’s Cutest Baby ContestÂ and receive a FREE gift!
Details coming up next week!
The Canadian National Exhibition starts today (August 18th, 2006) 🙂 🙂
I managed to find some amazingly good ticket prices. To get the lower prices please follow the instructions below:
Go directly to the corporate ticket purchase site here.
Go to CNEâ€™s main website here then click on â€œGet Ticketsâ€ then click on â€œBuy Onlineâ€ then scroll to the bottom and click on â€œClick here to enter your access code and buy your tickets onlineâ€
Once you’ve reached the Corporate/Group Tickets Online page enter the following code:
You can then purchase tickets for:
Fun Pass (All Ages) Admission Only: $7.00 (reg price $12.00)
Magic Pass (All Ages) Admission Plus Rides: $25.00 (reg price $39.00)
You will also get:
– Express Entry
– 15% off official CNE merchandise! (for purchases of $20+)
– Opening Weekend Comeback Special
Visit opening weekend of the CNE and come back for free any other day of the 2006 CNE. (Free return visit does not include rides.)
I can almost guarantee that these are the lowest prices you can get for the CNE 🙂
Some general information about CNE:
2006 CNE Dates: August 18 to September 4, 2006.
Hours of Operation:
Gates: 10am to 10pm
Midway: 11am to midnight (weekdays) & 10am to midnight (weekends)
Buildings: 10am to 10pm,
KIDS’ WORLD: 10am to 8pm,
CASINO: noon to 6am (daily)
Regular Gate Prices: General Admission=$12; Children (13 yrs. & under) and Seniors (60 yrs. plus)=$8; Babes in Arms (2 years and under)=FREE. On-site unlimited ride Midway Pass=$27 plus admission.
Enjoy your Canadian National Exhibition visit and let us know if you make use of these ticket prices 🙂
French manicure looks great but getting it done professionally is not always the most practical (and economic) way. Thereâ€™s nothing better than doing it at home. After all, why pay for a manicure when you can do it yourself!
When giving yourself a French manicure, place adhesive tape under the white tip of your nail (so the tape will cover the entire area under the tip). Then placeÂ the white nail polish to the uncoveredÂ tip. Using the tape will give a straight square look. Once the white polish dries, remove the tape and apply a coat of the transparent orÂ pale-pinkÂ polish over the entire nail to complete the look. I do that and they look professionally done. Using adhesive tape is a lot cheaper than getting it done professionally or buying the kit. Itâ€™s also quite simple!
I got the tape idea from a friend of mine whoâ€™s obsessed with french maicure 😉
This coupon is valid in IKEA Etobicoke only. You’ll need to print this full sized coupon.
Thanks caliente for this awesome Shoppers Drug Mart Optimum Points Southwestern Ontario deal 🙂
This weekend LESS is MORE
Saturday, August 19th & Sunday, August 20th ONLY!
SAVE 25%* of your points when you redeem this Saturday or Sunday
22,500 points = $55 OFF (reduced from 30,000 points)
30,000 points = $75 OFF (reduced from 40,000 points)
56,250 points = $150 OFF (reduced from 75,000 points)
Offer is only available in these following locations: Amherstburg, Aylmer, Belle River, Blenheim, Bolton, Brantford, Bright’s Grove, Cambridge, Chatman, Corunna, Dorchester, Dundas, Elmira, Elora, Essex, Exeter, Fergus, Fonthill, Fort Erie, Georgetown, Grand Bend, Grimsby, Guelph, Hamilton, Harrow, Ingersoll, Kingsville, Kitchener, Lasalle, Leamington, Listowel, London, Milton, Niagara Falls, Niagara On The Lake, Norwich, Petrolia, Port Colborne, Ridgetown, Sarnia, St. Catharines, St. Thomas, Stratford, Strathroy, Tecumseh, Tilbury, Tillsonburg, Wallaceburg, Waterloo, Welland, Windsor and Woodstock.
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