Groupon Canada Deals: Save 50% Off at American Apparel Plus Dozens of $5 Deals


Groupon Canada has always been one of my favourite places to go to find cheap coupons for things to do around the city, and I always seem to forget that they also have a great selection of merchandise. Right now, for instance, you can save 50% off on an American Apparel gift card. This gift card can be bought as either an online or in-store card and in increments of either $40 or $80. The gift cards, of course, will only cost $20 and $40 respectively.


There is also an entire page dedicated to the dozens of $5 deals that Groupon is offering right now, a lot of which would make excellent Christmas presents – if you’re still looking. These personalized mugs are on sale for 83% off their original price of $29.99, but read the fine print which denotes that shipping and handling is not included and will tack on an extra $7.49.


Keeping within the personalized theme gifts, you could give your little kiddies a personalized Christmas book for just $5. Meaning that you’ll be savings yourself $19.99, as they were originally being sold for $25.99.


For the grown ups who enjoy hosting, you could buy them a personalized bamboo kitchen utensil. You will have the choice of buying either a personalized cutting board, serving board, serving spoon, or serving spork and each will only cost $5 (regularly $19.99 each).

4 responses to “Groupon Canada Deals: Save 50% Off at American Apparel Plus Dozens of $5 Deals”

  1. Sassypants says:

    This article links to where you will see that the American Apparel deal is only valid in the US.

  2. Shirley says:

    For the Groupon mug : Shipping is not valid to Canada

  3. Silk says:

    American Apparel filed for bankruptcy protection a few months back. I personally wouldn’t risk buying an AA giftcard.

  4. Queen says:

    The offer for the personalized cutting boards does not ship to Canada so its not very useful to us Canadians unless you are shipping it as a gift to someone in the United States. Personally I think this offer should be removed. Its too good and gets you all excited for nothing.


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