Canadian Deals & Coupons

Home Depot Hammer Drop Monday July 10


Get it while it lasts !

Tools

Ryobi
RYOBI 18V 10PC COMBO KIT
MSRP $399.00
HAMMER DROP PRICE
$279.00

• Drill: Torque IVâ„¢ clutch override for quick mode changes from drilling to driving. 1/2″ heavy-duty keyless chuck for quick and easy bit changes.
• Right Angle Drill: 3/8″” Heavy-duty ratcheting chuck for quick and secure bit changes. Swivel foot allows you to position battery pack in most convenient position. Compact right angle design allows you to get into tight spaces
• Impact Driver: 1/4″ Quick coupler for easy bit changes. Unique impact mechanism designed to help drive long screws and lag bolts. Overmold cushion grip for user comfort.
• Circular Saw: Exactline™ Laser Alignment System improves cutting accuracy. Forward located spindle lock for quick and easy blade changes. Left side blade provides better cut line visibility.
• Reciprocating Saw: 0-3000 strokes per minute for accurate starts and smooth cutting. Toolless blade clamp for quick and easy blade changes.
• Jig Saw: Toolless blade clamp for quick and easy blade changes. 4 orbital positions for smooth to aggressive cutting. Base adjusts from 0 to 45 left and right. On-board storage for extra blades.
• Chainsaw: Safe-T-Tip™ prevents rotational kickback. Push button oiling for prolonged chain life.
• Also includes: Corner Cat™ Sander, Tuff Sucker™.

The Ryobi One+â„¢ System unites the power of choice with the power to save. One powerful 18 volt battery that works with an entire family of tools. Workshop Combo includes: Torque IVâ„¢ Drill, Right Angle Drill, Impact Driver, Circular Saw with Exactlineâ„¢, Reciprocating Saw, Jig Saw, Chain Saw, Corner Catâ„¢ Sander, Tuff Suckerâ„¢.

WARRANTY

2 Year Warranty. 30 Day No-Risk Satisfaction Guarantee.

Thats just $27.99 per peice !

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Canadian Deals: Simplicity Window Air Conditioner


Canadian Tire CanadaI passed by Canadian Tire yesterday and they said that the Simplicity SAC5206 horizontal window air conditioner (5200 BTU) will be on sale in next week’s Canadian Tire flyer (Ontario only?) for $99.99 (regular price $139.99). I haven’t seen the flyer myself so I can’t confirm this, but I’ll assume the employees know what they’re talking about.

There is nothing special about this air conditioning. I was just looking for a small inexpensive air conditioner that can cool a tiny room and $99.99 is the cheapest air conditioner I came across. This air conditioner’s manuals mention Danby a lot so I guess that Danby and Simplicity are the same company.

I bought this air conditioner yesterday and I’ll just go to Canadian Tire and price match next week. The installation seems pretty simple. I’ll install it today and if someone has questions regarding the installation please don’t hesitate to ask. If you choose to have someone install the AC instead, this service will cost you a whopping ~$75.


Canadian Coupons: Old Navy Store $10 off $50


Old NavyToday is the last day… sorry for the late notice. Just print out this coupon and present it to the cashier at the time of purchase to get $10 off $50.

I passed by the Old Navy Store (Kingston) today and they also had a huge sale. Combine this coupon with the current sale and you can end up with dazzling deals.

Click here to open and print the Old Navy coupon.


Melissa’s Terrible Future Shop Experience


Melissa left a comment in my Free USB article talking about her bad experience with Future Shop. I feel very sorry for the way Future Shop handled your case Melissa :-( 

I thought I’d dedicate a post for this to let others share their opinions and experiences.

Melissa wrote:

I had the worst experience trying to get this item. I placed the order on Saturday during the sale. The website said I had the option of picking up the order in-store. I chose that option. Several hours later I got an email saying my order was cancelled because in-store pick up was not available. I thought I would get an email offering the shipping option.

I tried to place the order again online and have it shipped. The web price was showing $34.99 instead of $24.99 less rebate. I tried phoning, waited on the phone over half an hour two different times. No humans available. I tried all over again Sunday. No phone human. I emailed: no response. I just got through on the phone today–Monday after 45 minute wait. The service person tells me to place the order online and then phone back to get the price adjusted back to $24.99. NO WAY! I wasn’t going to spend another 45 minutes trying to get someone to answer the phone. I asked her to wait while I placed the order online. She then corrected the price but told me the rebate would be invalid because I didn’t place my order on the correct date!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I asked to speak with a supervisor. He kept me waiting another 15 minutes. Then he said if I read the fine print, rebates are not always honoured. And the weekend was very busy so it’s a shame I couldn’t get through on the phone.

I cancelled my order today. I couldn’t believe the supervisor didn’t have the dignity to make the situation right. Future Shop’s relationship with the rebate center is nothing to do with the customer. They sell the products based on the boasting rights of the rebate offered. I tried every way I could to place the order during the right time period. Future Shop should have offered to make this right with the rebate center on my behalf or just give me the blasted item with the rebate discounted.

The two people on the phone got snarky with me and neither one would acknowledge how ridiculously poor the service was in this instance.

Thumbs down for Future Shop.

Most of us have been in similar unfortunate situations where a few hours of our time are pointlessly wasted because of ignorant supervisors. Hopefully people will give advice on what to do in such situations.


GAP Canada: Markdowns + 25% Discount + $15 Savings


Thanks suziecute for the info.

GAP CanadaGAP is having an extra 25% discount on the lowest ticketed price. If you spend over $75 you can also use the $15 savings card (which they have in-store).

Combing GAP’s current clearance (markdowns) sale with the extra 25% off and the $15 off $75 and you can end up with sizzling hot bargains. You’ll leave GAP with a huge bag of quality clothes.


Canada Day Sale: Free USB Drive from Future Shop


Future Shop is starting the Canada Day sale craze with a free 256MB USB. This USB drive usually costs $34.99 so I’m guessing that once the sale starts they’ll have some sort of instant discount as well as a mail in rebate which will bring down the price to $0!

Canada Day Sale

Future Shop will also have online discounts on almost all of its products:
Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT 8.0MP Digital Camera, 2GB 80X Memory card & Bag Package: $999.99 (save $435).
Sharp 37” Widescreen LCD HDTV: $1999.99 (save $500).

What?
Future Shop’s online Canada Day Sale

Where?
Web only (but you can probably order online and pickup from store)

When?
June 30th 8pm EST until July 2nd 11am EST.

Here is more info about Future Shop’s online Canada Day sale.


Canadian Deals: XBox Video Games


Buy 1 Xbox video game from the real Canadian Superstore and get the second for free. A pretty good deal, but would have been even better if they had included XBOX 360 games into the deal.

Print out and redeem this coupon at the Canadian Superstore to get this deal.

XBOX Canada

This deal expires on June 30th, 2006. Sorry for the late notice.


Canadian Warehouse Sale: H&M


This is H&M’s first warehouse sale. Save 70% off everything at H&M (Men’s, Women’s & Kids’ clothes).
All lingerie is reduced to $2
Prices of everything else will range from $2 to $24

Where?
35 Hedgedale Road
Brampton, Ontario, L6T 5B3

When?
Thursday, July 6th till Sunday, July 9th, 2006
Hours:
Thursday & Friday: Noon – 9:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Sunday 10:00am – 5:00pm

H&M Canada


Costco Canada: $10 Cash Card with Membership


Costco CanadaSign up to become a Costco member and receive a $10 Costco Cash Card.

Although many of my relatives are Costco members I’m by no means a Costcoholic. I find that Costco’s annual fees combined its Costco’s bulky products and boring shopping experience drive me away. I prefer grocery stores like Loblaws. For cheap grocery shopping I usually choose No Frills or Food Basics depending on the one with better flyer deals. However, Costco is not a bad choice for larger families. Hopefully some of you will find this Costco membership coupon useful.

More details about the $10 Costco membership cash card here.

You can also find Costco’s flyer (saving coupons) here.


Future Shops Best MP3 Deal Ever – 1 Day Only (Webonly)


Future Shop is having its best Mp3 Deal ever. And its ONLY 1 DAY! The sale ENDS TODAY. The Mp3 Player  has 1GB space. SanDisk 1GB MP3 Player (E100) – Web Only. Unfortunately you have to buy this online. The regular price of this is $159.99  but today only it’s $69.99

 
Mfr. Part Number: SDMX2-1024-A18
AM/FM Tuner Yes
Battery Life Up to 17 Hours
Battery Type 1 x “AAA”
Computer Interface USB
Connection Transfer Rate Up To 480 Mb/Sec
Cradle No
Digital Audio Format Upgradeable No
External Memory Up To 2GB
External Memory Format SD
ID3 Tag Display Yes
Impact-Resistant Case Yes
Included Headphone Type Earbuds
Included In Box See The Features Section
Internal Memory 1GB
Internal Memory Format Flash
Media Compatibility SD
Operating System Compatibility Windows 2000, XP
Product Dimensions 5.4(W) x 7.6(H) x 1.5(D) cm
Product Warranty 1 Year Limited Parts and Labour
Product Weight 110 g
Remote Control No
SDMI-Compliant No
Signal to Noise Ratio (S/N Ratio) >90 db
Software Supplied Real Rhapsody/Audible Manager/AudioFeast
Station Presets Yes
System Requirements Windows 2000, XP
Total Memory Up to 3GB
Track Search Yes
Voice Recorder No
Water-Resistant Case No

Our price: $159.99
Discount: -$90.00
Sale Price: $69.99

Sale Ends: 6/23/2006

Get this SanDisk 1GB mp3 player from FutureShop here


Disappointing Dior


After I posted about Dior’s free mini pouch and 3 make-up set I went to pick it up from Dior at The Bay (Kingston, Ontario) yesterday. I printed out the coupon which clearly stated “Bring in your coupon and receive a Mini Pouch with 3 make-up brushes” and it even had a photo of the set.

I went to Dior’s counter but there was no cosmetics representative there so I asked the Clarins rep. She said Dior’s rep is on vacation and that she (Clarins rep) is handling Dior until the Dior rep comes back in a few days. I inquired about Dior Fahrenheit and if they had any promos etc. and she was very friendly.

I then gave her the coupon and when she saw it she says “you have to enter the contest and then you might win the pouch and 3 makeup brushes” <– she is clearly lying

I reply very politely “I believe the contest is on a Dior Couture set which is worth $250 but the mini pouch is a gift as it clearly states on the coupon”

She then takes the coupon and reads it out:  “Bring in your coupon and receive a Mini Pouch with 3 make-up brushes” and then she suddenly changes her argument (which shows that she was lying in the first place); she says “Another customer brought in this coupon a couple of days ago before the Dior rep left and we discussed it and found out it is redeemable at large stores only.”

I reply “well it says Dior counters at The Bay which is where we are right now” (and this is the only The Bay in Kingston)

She replies very rudely “yes, but only in large cities like Toronto”

The argument was going no where and it was obvious that she wasn’t going to honour the coupon so I just left.

I feel very disappointed with the way this rep spoke and reacted. She was by all means rude and her words were deceitful and dishonest. I’m a huge fan of Dior products; I buy Dior Fahrenheit very frequently and always tryout any of their new fragrances. I’ve always had respect for their style and their line of products. What I don’t understand is why they launch a marketing campaign or why they offer a free set and then disappoint their customers! If Dior can’t honour the coupon why offer it in the first place? If this coupon hadn’t existed I wouldn’t have been pleased nor disappointed; but now  🙁

For your info this happened at The Bay, Cataraqui Town Centre, Kingston, Ontario yesterday (Wednesday, June 21st, 2006)  at about 6:00pm.


Canadian Coupons: Attractions Ontario Magazine


OntarioIf you’re going to visit any attractions in Ontario you can get loads of coupons from the Attractions Ontario magazine. This magazine is available at most Pizza Pizza branches. You can also access the magazine online and print out the coupons.

Attractions Ontario magazine has loads of coupons for Ontario attrations like the 1000 Islands Cruises, Casa Loma, Skylon Tower, Ontario Science Centre, Hockey Hall of Fame, Discovery Harbour, The Haunted Walk of Ottawa, etc.

Either get your Attractions Ontario magazine from Pizza Pizza or online here.


Reminder: IKEA Canada Moonlight Madness


Just in case you forgot, IKEA’s moonlight sale is tomorrow at some IKEA stores. More details in my post here


Canadian Deals: NHL 2K6 for XBOX 360


NHL 2K6 Canada

NHL2K6 for the XBOX 360 is on sale for $29.97 (regular price $39.99) at Toys R Us.

More details about this NHL 2K6 deal here.


Canadian Deals: CN Tower Anniversary Admission Offer


CN Tower CanadaGet a 3 for $30 Anniversary Admission Offer from the CN Tower on June 26th 2006 only. This is a very good admission price. This offer is valid for the Look Out and Glass Floor package only.

I might visit Toronto this or next week so this could be the right coupon at the right time. A more flexible date range would have been way better though.

Get and print CN Tower’s $30 Anniversary Admission coupon here.


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