Canadian Deals & Coupons

Canadian Deal: Coke & Sprite for $0.88


ShoppersDrugMarts2 litre Coke, Diet Coke and Sprite are on sale for 88cents at Shoppers Drug Mart this week . This is usually one of the lowest prices you can get for these drinks. Limit is 4 per person.

Shoppers Drug Mart’s flyer has some pretty hot deals this week.


Canadian Deal: 50% off [email protected] Furniture


All Superstore and Loblaws stores, Canada wide, are having a Life @ Home Furniture Clearance. Loads of items such as tables, chairs, bookcases, etc. are reduced by 50%.


Bentley Coupon


Bentley
Save $5.00 OFF your purchase of $24 or more. Just print the coupon and use it at any Bentley store in Canada.

Here is the the Bentley coupon.


Best Buy’s 7 Days of Canadian Deals – Day 1


Beginning March 31st, Best Buy will offer one deal everyday. I’ll post Best Buy’s deals daily (for the next 7 days) and I’ll express my opinion on their offer.

Best Buy Wireless Keyboard and Mouse

Best Buy’s Deals:  Day 1
Microsoft Wireless Optical Keyboard & Mouse Combo
Warm deal. I prefer Microsoft’s newer keyboard and mouse models.


Canadian Deals: Garmin Geko 201 GPS


Garmin Geko 201 GPS
Garmin’s Geko 201 GPS is on clearance at The Source for $79.99 (original price $229.99). If it’s not sold out at your local The Source, this is beyond doubt a hot deal. You can check the number of remaining gekos at your local The Source.
It’s sold out where I live 🙁

Gekos are the smallest and lightest waterproof GPS units on the market. Besides regular GPS features, the Geko 201 also includes four (Geko Smak, Memory Race, Nibbons & Virtua Maze) fun, interactive games that transform the great outdoors into a virtual board game.


Long Distance Deal: $3.95/month Unlimited Calls


Thanks David for being the first person to use the “Suggest a Deal” form, you truly are a Smart Canuck 🙂
Here’s the deal David recommended: Worldline.ca is offering long distance calls for a fixed monthly price of $3.95. It’s “0c a minute sponsored unlimited calling” since you’re required to hear a short 5 second sponsor-greeting before each call (not a biggie for me). Unfortunately though, you’ll have to pay a $10 Setup fee.

If you place many long distance calls within Canada Worldline.ca’s deal is definitely hot.


Free National and International Phone Calls


I felt suspicious at first too, but after trying Voip Stunt I was stunned! They are actually free although as you probably expected, there is a teeny weenie catch.

The catch:
Free calls last for 1 minute unless you have credit in your VoipStunt account. You have to purchase a minimum of 10 Euros (~$14) every 120 days to keep your account active.

In a nutshell:
For $3.5/month you can make free PC-to-Phone calls to the following countries:
Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Monaco, Mongolia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Singapore, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela

I personally think that this is one hot phone deal, especially if you make a lot of international calls. Give VoipStunt a try, without buying any credit (and without using your credit card at all), and decide whether it suits your needs.


Canadian Deals: CHAMPS Sports 30%


CHAMPS Sports

CHAMPS Sports are having a friends and family 30% discount from the 31st March till the 2nd of April. You need to go to this page, print out the certificate and present it to cashier at time of purchase.


Canadian Magazines: Aeroplan Deal


 Maclean's Magazine Deal  Chatelaine Magazine Deal  Fitness Magazine Deal Today's Parent Magazine Deal

First of all, this post is dedicated to the Smart Canuck, Ryan 🙂
Rogers Magazine Service has teamed up with Aeroplan to offer a relatively hot deal on magazine subscriptions. You get up to 83% discount on magazines plus 350 Aeroplan miles for each magazine subscription. You can find more details and subscription prices here.

Who is this deal for?
– If you’re a serious Aeroplan collector, this deal is definitely scorching hot.
– If you were going to subscribe to the magazine anyway and you are not a Rogers customer this is probably the best subscription deal you can get.

If you’re a Rogers customer I still recommend Rogers Reader’s Advantage deal instead.


Home Depot Hammer Drop


This sounds interesting:

Home Depot Hammer Drop

So Home Depot are joining the deals craze! Here is what they had to say about their Hammer Drop Deal:

Visit homedepot.ca every morning at 8am EST and find a product at a price not available anywhere else – not even in our stores. We’re not talking about getting just 10% off, either. We’re talking about huge savings – so huge that it’s important you buy fast, because once the limited stock disappears (and trust us, it will) the deal is gone for good.

Nothing has ever forced me to wake up at 8am. Let’s see if Hammer Drop manages to pull off a miracle.


Grannies Loves iPods


Or at least that’s what Shoppers Drug Mart employees and managers think after every Seniors’ Day! The number of iPods sold on every Seniors’ Day is just unbelievable! Why you ask? Well at 20% discount, this is probably the second best offer (best offer was here) you can ever get for a brand new iPod Nano or iPod Video.

Shoppers Drug Mart

This Thursday (March 30th) is Seniors’ Day once again at Shoppers Drug Mart. Time to take your granny to Shoppers and buy that iPod you’ve been dreaming of. Here is how much a 20% discount will save you (in Ontario):

iPod Video 30GB
before: $379 + 15% taxes = $436
after: $379 – 20% + 15% taxes = $349
you save $436 – $349 = $87

iPod Nano 4GB
before: $299 + 15% taxes = $344
after: $299 – 20% + 15% taxes = $275
you save $344 – $275 = $69

iPod Nano 2GB
before: $249 + 15% taxes = $286
after: $249 – 20% + 15% taxes = $229
you save $286 – $229 = $57


Free Tax Filing: Canadians with Low Income


Individuals or families with total income of $25,000 or less can file their income tax for free at ufile.ca.

This is mentioned in ufile.ca’s FAQs.


Free Tax Filing: Post-Secondary Students


The income tax filing deadline is fast approaching! So here is yet another guide on filling your income tax return for free if you’re a post-secondary (university, college, etc.) student. Note that ufile.ca can be fully trusted and is certified by the Canadian government.

The Canadian Federation of Students and UFile.ca, Canada’s government certified online tax program, bring you free tax filing for all Canadian post-secondary students.

First, jot down this special Free for Students code: FAY1493

Here’s the deal:
The Canadian Federation of Students and UFile.ca, Canada’s #1 online tax preparation Web site, have joined together to provide FREE online tax preparation and filing for all Canadian post-secondary students.

How to benefit:
Go to ufile.ca from February 15 until May 1, 2006, and open a new UFile account or access an existing file. Enter all your tax information including your tuition fees and the number of months at school.

Enter the Canadian Federation of Students Free for Students special offer code (FAY1493) in UFile’s special offers gateway and your 2005 tax return is absolutely free! Print or NetFile your return whenever you are ready at no charge!

Who is eligible?
To be eligible for this special offer, you must be a resident of Canada, have tuition fees and at least one month at school in the tax year 2005. You must also be designated as the FAMILY HEAD (the primary member of the family) for purposes of your tax file in UFile.

Do I have to file my return right away?
No, you can take advantage of the offer at any time from February 15 until May 1, 2006, and file whenever you are ready. Remember, tax season ends May 1, 2006, and any returns with taxes due will be assessed penalties and interest on outstanding balances. For self-employed taxpayers, only interest charges apply up to June 15th, 2006.


4×6 Digital Prints for $0.12 at Loblaws Photolab & Walmart’s PhotoCentre


Loblaws PhotoLab is offering 4×6 digital prints for $0.12 each (from March 25 to April 2 only). You can place your order online at Photolab.ca and then pick-up you photos the same day, or you can directly place your order in-store.

Walmart has a similar offer but it is only available online at Walmart’s PhotoCentre.

Loblaws Photolab


Canadian Coupons


Canadian Coupons Save.caHey all you coupon freaks! David pointed out that you can get some pretty good coupons (grocery discounts) from Save.ca. All you have to do is choose the coupons you want and Save.ca will ship them to your mailing address free of charge.

Update: more save.ca info and coupons here


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