Head on over to Joe Fresh Canada online, where you can save up to 30% extra off on all online stock, where pieces have already been marked down by up to 50% off. The prices in this sale have already been applied to the merchandise, including the additional 30% off, and these extra markdowns will only be around online until January 18th.
There are some amazing deals within this online sale, with some pieces being reduced to almost 70% off their original retail price! You can grab camis and sleep tanks for as little as $3.50 and fleece sweaters for just $6.25.
What I thought was one of the better deals available at Joe Fresh, was on their workout gear – which I generally find is already modestly priced – but in this sale the pieces drop to exceptionally low (even by Joe Fresh standards!)
Joe Fresh Canada offers free-shipping on orders that exceed $50, otherwise it will be a flat fee of $8 so depending on your orders size it may make sense to fill your basket with some filler items to meet the free-shipping minimum.
The Source Canada has overstocked their sale with some simply wonderful deals, with savings of up to 60% off the original retail price on some of the hottest tech gear of 2014. While some of the pieces that are included in this sale are being sold as refurbished or ‘open box’, the quality inside will be meet the Source’s standards of their brand new products as well. And if the open box products don’t meet your expectations for some reason or another, there is a 1-year warranty that will protect you from being cheated out on your hard earned money.
Some of the open box items are, in my opinion at least, some of the better deals around on some really hot items, like the Samsung ATIV Book 9 Lite 13.3″ Touchscreen laptop which is now just $479.96. Since the product will be coming from an open box, you’ll be getting to save yourself $350.03 as the laptop normally sells for $829.99.
I’ve compiled a list of some of the hotter deals in this overstock sale, but I can’t guarantee that each of these products will hang around until the sale ends on January 28th as there are a limited number of quantities of each product (especially on the open box and refurbished products).
Brother MFC-J4310DW Business Smart Inkjet All-In-One Printer ‘Open-Box’, now $29.96 (was $169.99)
Samsung Galaxy Gear Smart Watch- Black – Refurbished, now $89.98 (was $329.99)
Gateway SX2185-ER33 Desktop PC With AMD A4-5000, 1TB HDD, 4GB Ram – Open Box, now $249.96 (was $399.99)
Fujita Xtreme HD Lite Sports Action Waterproof Camera, now $69.99 (was $119.99)
Acer Aspire A5600U-ER12 All-In-One Desktop PC With Intel I5 3230, 1TB HDD + 20GB SSD, 8GB Ram, now $679.96 (was $999.99)
Samsung EH5000 46″ 1080P LED HDTV, now $549.99 (was $854.99)
Nikon D3200 24.2MP DSLR Camera Bundle With Hiker Bag, 18-55MM VR Lens and 55-300MM VR Lens, now $679.96 (was $949.95)
The Source Canada will offer free-shipping on orders that exceed $25, or you can have the item shipped to your nearest store for free as well.
Bath and Body Works Canada has rounded up some great deals for us Canadians, and on top of all their current promotions they are also going to be giving you an extra savings pass that will give you an additional 20% off on your entire purchase when you shop in-store. This coupon, which must be surrendered upon payment, will be valid from January 14th until Sunday, January 18th.
I’d suggest shopping in-store for these deals, especially since Bath and Body Works tends to dock you on the fees at checkout since they’re shipped from the U.S. Plus, that way you can actually sample some of the offers before locking into a scent that you’ve never tried before!
The full list of deals going on in-store right now at Bath and Body Works, apart from the up to 75% off on select sale items, are as follows:
1800Flowers.ca is offering you early birds trying to get your Valentine’s Day presents done now a 15% off promo code on all orders placed between January 15th and January 31st. All you have to do to qualify for this promo code, which will apply to the entire site, is enter in the promo code, VDAY15, at checkout.
While red roses are the go-to flower for Valentine’s Day and almost everything romance related, I find the simple elegance of pink roses to be much more sentimental and much less cliche. And if you are finding yourself pressed for your budget this year, then you can order a classic and tasteful single stem pink rose from 1800Flowers.ca for just $19.99, or with your extra savings promo code it will only be $16.99.
Note that if you are placing an order, shipping will be an extra $4.99 for a Valentine’s Day delivery and shipping charges are normally around $14, so perhaps opt to have a Friday delivery instead of the big day to save yourself some cash.
Roots Canada’s winter clearance sale has already marked down select items by 50% off, but now they are sweetening the savings even more by applying an extra 20% off to the sale items. The extra 20% reduction will be applied at checkout, so the prices you see on the site will only be the initial markdown prices.
This sale is only on for a limited time, and is being applied to all sale men’s, women’s, kids’ and leather collections so be sure to check out each section! For instance, within the women’s sale I was able to find this very practical and warm women’s new dore top for just $49.99 (was $68), and after I added it to my cart is was brought down to just $39.99.
Within the kids section there are even more piping hot deals to search through. This toddler boys Frank flannel was originally being sold for $32, but is now (with the extra 20% off) being sold for just $15.90; a 50% price reduction from the retail value!
Roots Canada only offers free-shipping on orders that exceed $99, but before that they will charge a flat fee of $4.50, which is quite low in comparison to other online retailers.
Much how every Thursday at Shoppers Drug Mart Canada is student’s day and they can receive an extra 10% off, M&M Meat Shops Canada also offers a discount day for the seniors in our community every Tuesday. If you’re 60 years old or older, then you can save an extra 5% off your purchase or if you spend over $30 you get an extra 10% off.
This offer is available every Tuesday at M&M Meat Shops and to qualify you’ll have to have valid proof of your age (e.g. license, health card, etc.).
Chapters Indigo Canada has always offered their Plum Rewards members and iRewards members a 5% discount on their purchase of online books, but right now (if you are a member that is) you can double your discount at checkout by entering in the promo code, NEWYEAR, to then give yourself a 10% discount.
You can use this promo code until Friday, January 16th after which your discount will remain at the usual discounted rate of 5% off on online books. The only exclusions to this offer is that it cannot be applied to eBooks, or Rosetta stone books. Otherwise, you’re in the clear!
Sears Canadahas marked down a bunch of top-selling toys within both their Warehouse sale and Clearance sale with a selection so wide and varied there’s guaranteed going to be something for each of your child’s personal preferences!
After doing some scouring, I was able to find some of the better deals on the web on select toys by comparing the prices at Sears with other popular online retailers like Amazon.ca, Toys R Us, and Walmart. The prices that are listed here on these toys are either the lowest on the web, or the same price as other sites who are also selling the same toy for the lowest price, but either way you rest assured that you’re getting the best deal.
This Fisher-Price Imaginext Action TechCity Playset is being sold at Sears and Amazon.ca for just $41.99, though it usually retails for $59.99. You can buy this toy from either site and be guaranteed to be getting the best deal, however if you’re already planning on doing a big order from Sears I would advise getting the toy from here so as to keep all your toys within one order.
Remember that shipping and handling at Sears is only free if you spend over $99, so if the shipping and handling makes your purchase over the prices being offered at Amazon.ca, then it may be better to get your toy there instead as they always offer free-shipping on orders that exceed $25.
Starting today, you can sign-up at Lancome Canada for your chance to win 1 of 7 possible Visionnaire Cream Sets, which have a maximum value of $107. All you have to do to qualify for this contest is fill out the online form with the correct information before January 21st at 11:59pm EST and then wait to be contacted by either e-mail or telephone to find out if you have won.
There will be a limit of one entry per person and you will find out whether you have won the competition from Lancome Canada by on or around January 29th. So what’re you waiting for??
It’s hard to believe, but 20 years ago this year the very first Playstation was launched. To celebrate this momentous year, Sony Entertainment Network is having an Anniversary sale, starting today, where you can save up to 60% off on Playstation games that have been produced in the past 20 years. The sale will run until January 19th, and if you have a PSPlus membership, you’ll have the chance to save even more on these games with a discount of up to 75% off.
There are some really hot deals to be picked up in this sale, which are available in the Playstation platforms: PS4, PS3, PS Vita, PSP, PS2 Classics and PS1 Classics. I have broken down a list of some of the hotter finds, but I’d advise you to head on over to the Sony Entertainment Network site to check out the full list of games, in case I may have missed one of your favourites from the past 20 years!
Call of Duty: Ghosts Digital Hardened Edition, now $45/$50 (was $99)
FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn, now $19.99/$23.99 (was $$39.99)
Killzone Shadow Fall, now $19.99/$23.99 (was $39.99)
Assassin’s Creed 2 Deluxe Edition, now $9.99/$11.99 (was $19.99)
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 with Revolution Map Pack, now $24.00/$30.00 (was $59.99)
Chrono Cross, now $4.99/$5.99 (was $9.99)
Far Cry 3 Ultimate Edition, now $12.49/$14.99 (was $24.99)
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, now $12.49/$14.99 (was $24.99)
Grand Theft Auto 3, now $2.50/$4 (was $9.99)
inFAMOUS, now $11.19/$13.99 (was $19.99)
L.A. Noire, now $7.50/$12 (was $29.99)
LittleBigPlanet, now $8/$10 (was $19.99)
Uncharted 2: Among Thieves GOTY Edition, now $12/$15 (was $29.99)
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, now $5/$8 (was $19.99)
LocoRoco, now $2.96/$4 (was $7.99)
Tomb Raider 2, now $2.40/$3 (was $5.99)
WipeOut, now $2.40/$3 (was $5.99)
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger Portable, now $4.99/$5.99 (was $9.99)
Daxter, now $3.99/$4.79 (was $7.99)
Final Fantasy IX, now $4.99/$5.99 (was $9.99)
MediEvil, now $2.40/$3 (was $5.99)
Warhawk, now $2.40/$3 (was $5.99)
There are over 60 games in this anniversary sale at Sony Entertainment Network, and I have barely skimmed the barrel on what’s included in the sale, so be sure to double check the site for some more awesome deals!
Lululemon Canada is a well known retailer for high-quality and trendy workout gear, but even more so than that, they’re better known for their (normally) incredibly high price tags. This is why their “we made too much sale” is usually the only time I buy Lululemon, as most of the times I just can’t justify it – no matter how bright and cute the patterns may be! Their current sale on the Swiftly Headband, a 50% reduction, plus the free shipping, is an offer anyone would be mad to pass up.
The Swiftly Headband normally sells for $14, which is a bit much if you ask me for an accessory that’s designed to keep your hair out of your face. Right now, however, you can pick it up for just $7; a much more reasonable price tag for an item you (most likely) won’t be wearing out on a Friday night on the town.
What is great about the Swiftly Headband, is the silicone lining on the inside which prevents your headband from sliding off your head mid-run. It also is made with the same moisture wicking material that the workout tanks and jackets are made with at Lululemon, aiming to prevent sweat from dripping down your nose and into your eyes (a most painful mishap when it does occur).
The headbands are one size fits all and they come in a rainbow of different pigments to choose from, all of which will give your morning workout routine that much needed pop.
Good morning Smart Canucks! This fine Wednesday morning, the Hudson’s Bay Canada is offering you a flash sale on the entire Hotel Collection of bed and bath products, with select pieces being marked up to 60% off their original price. This sale will only be sticking around until 11:59pm EST this evening, but stock will surely sell out before then at these hot prices!
Hotel Collection towels, though there isn’t a huge selection of them included in this sale, have been marked down to be just $15.99 per bath towel, though they are normally marked up by 40% more than that at $27.99.
You can also of course pick up bed collection sets, sheets and shams for 50% off in this sale as well. The best deal that I was able to find within this sale was on the queen size 600 Thread Count Flat Sheet (in truffle), which is now just $45.56 though usually it sells for more than double that price at $135.
The Hudson’s Bay will also offer free-shipping on orders that exceed $99, and you won’t be able to shop this sale in-store as it is an exclusive online sale.
The online deals at Princess Auto Canada are shaping up to be some of the better ones online that you’ll find on all those sneaky odds and ends that you always seem to be out of or in need of, but can never seem to place exactly where that good old measuring tape has gone off to. The sale is being offered exclusively online, and the price drops on these household and auto products will only be around until January 18th.
The one catch to these sales at Princess Auto is that the shipping and handling is not free and will be a standard rate of $6 for shipping plus an extra $0.65 per pound. Be sure that you’re aware of this before placing your order, especially if it’s on something a bit heavier as the shipping rates may out weigh your savings and actually make it not worthwhile to buy that specific item from Princess Auto.
Some of the better deals that I was able to scope out during this online sale were mainly smaller items, but still necessities that every household should have (or is missing a copy of):
3-piece measuring tape set, now only $3 (was $3.99)
mini spade, now only $2.50 (was $3.99)
2 1/2 in. 4-edge paint scraper, now only $3.53 (was $4.99)
60-piece 1 in. Screwdriver Bit kit, now only $3.53 (was $4.99)
80-piece Industrial Big Wipes, now only $5 (was $6.99)
If you live in the GTA and are expecting a baby, or know someone who is, check out Square One’s Walmart this weekend. From 11:15am to 2pm, Walmart will be hosting a baby shower in their store to introduce people to their baby registry at the Mississauga Square One location only.
There will be free refreshments, games and lots of giveaways, you may win something good for your little one. If you need help creating a registry, they will have staff on hand to walk you through the process and recommend products you may not have thought about – including all of the non baby products they sell, because sometimes mom needs some pampering or kitchen tools to make life easier.
If you are not into that sort of thing, and hate the crowds, maybe shop another day!