New Balance Toronto: Bundle Up Sale + Free Standard Shipping!

The New Balance Toronto online store is having their Bundle Up Sale! Buy 1 item, save 10%, buy 2, save 15%, buy 3, save 20%, & buy 4, save 25%. So the more you buy, the more you save!

So if you’re in the market for a pair of New Balance shoes, for example, do some comparative shopping because even saving 10% might be a good deal. Not many people know this, but NB come in different widths, so they’re great for people with feet that are more on the narrow/wide side!

In addition, the online store offers free ground shipping, via UPS. If you live in the GTA, you can have your order shipped to their St. Clair location at no charge.

Click here to start shopping!

17 responses to “New Balance Toronto: Bundle Up Sale + Free Standard Shipping!”

  1. Ciel says:

    Thanks for the shipping and discount pricing alert! Two incentives to start looking for a new pair of footwear!

    The store really does not need to feature a deceased person who wore its footwear in its ads-the shoes have a good brand reputation. New Balance prided itself on not having celebrity endorsements/paid endorsers and now this photo is used in its promotion. Someone missed the tact factor…

  2. Natalka says:

    Very sad advert, indeed…. bad taste.

  3. Gnorman says:

    I’m not sure if this promotion and its accompanying picture originated with New Balance, but I agree on the lack of tact. Seeing it here is disheartening, and in my opinion, a sign of bad taste. Someone dropped the ball.

  4. Cigale says:

    Not the most elegant outfit for $400.

  5. Lori says:

    Awww, I loved the picture. I think it’s great to see reminders of Steve Jobs. Stop being so politically correct all the time. It seems to have become the norm to find something negative in everything, as if the world should revolve around our personal opinions.

  6. carlyincanada says:

    I agree…bad taste to use Steve Jobs in ad as he just passed away!!
    Anything to make a buck…:(

  7. alex says:

    Pretty sure the add isnt from New Balance, quick image search shows that. So don’t loose faith in them just yet.

  8. Theresa says:

    Okay that is a bit creepy.

  9. Theresa says:

    Oh and $400 for that sad outfit? Get the same thing for $15 at Sally Anns.

  10. Gazpache says:

    Does anybody know a reputable online seller of New Balance shoes? I’ve been buying them for years but I really hate the $150 price tag.. was hoping to find somewhere online for cheaper?

  11. alex says:

    I saw Beyond the Rack or Haute Look have them for around $50 a few weeks ago, just keep checking the sites as they might come back on.

  12. Stephania says:

    For some reason, runners are waaay cheaper in the States. We’re talking $60/Asics, NB, Saucony, etc.

  13. Mark says:

    138 for crummy Levis jeans….really! Steve was a technology genius but fashion icon he was not!

  14. Jack Bauer says:

    Boycotting nb bc of this ad

  15. Stephania says:

    This is NOT an ad, but more of a tribute!!!

  16. Meg says:

    I think this is repugnant. I’m pissed off that I was emailed this. Give me a break!

  17. Gnorman says:

    Again, I don’t believe this is a New Balance ad, so I wouldn’t be too critical of the company. I do, however, question the decision to use the picture here, as Steve Jobs really seems to have little relevance to the promotion. If respecting Steve Jobs, his life, and his death – by casually planting his image for the sake of publicity – is being politically correct, then I will gladly consider myself as such. Could this deal not be promoted without resorting to the demeaning of a cultural icon who just passed away?


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