Thanks TrixyRox for posting this splendid Herbal Essences Shampoo & Conditioner freebie in the Canadian Freebies & Sample section 😀
Awesome freebie from ELLE Canada! Get Free FULL SIZE Samples of the New Herbal Essences Shampoo & Conditioner! Short Survey (Must Qualify).Â Canada Only (Certain Provinces). To find out who qualifies or if you need any help check out the forum discussion which you’ll find very helpful.
Come in and try our new Tazo Tea Lattes – exotic teas and botanicals with steamed milk, slightly sweetened for a luscious, soothing experience. Between January 6 – 18, Starbucks Card Rewards members can enjoy any tall tea latte for just $2 when they use their registered Starbucks Card.
And don’t forget to join us at your local store on Tuesday, January 13 at 2pm for a TeaTime event with complimentary tea and food samples.
Xbox 360 Live 12 Month Gold Card plus 1 Month Bonus subscription is on sale at Amazon.ca for $47.99 (regular price $59.99). The good news is that you can use the $10 off coupon to get it for $37.99 which is a superb deal 😀
Hereâ€™s what you need to do.
If youâ€™re currently logged into Amazon.ca logout because youâ€™ll need to sign up as a new user.
I’m not sure if the 2009 Calendar is still on sale at McDonald’s Canada but if it is then it’s worth buying because it’s loaded with coupons! Thanks tammysyb for the ingo!
I just bought a couple calendars at Mcdonalds in London, Ontario–they cost $3.01 with the taxes and have $25.00 + in coupons inside. The coupons are good for the Southwestern Ontario locations (listed on the front of the calendar). Nothing says you can’t use two coupons at once, so you can buy multiples. The proceeds go to the Ronald McDonald House, so it’s a great deal and a great charity! I imagine other parts of Canada have these too?
It includes the following freebie coupons:
Dec 08 med fries
Jan 09 baked apple pie
Feb 09 hamburger
Mar 09 junior chicken
Apr 09 hot cakes
May 09 med fries and med drink with purchase of reg priced big mac
(this is the only month where you have to buy to get the freebie)
June 09 sundae
July 09 sausage mcmuffin
Aug 09 cone
Sept 09 hashbrown
Oct 09 apple slice with caramel dip
Nov 09 small hot chocolate
Dec 09 cheeseburger
Jan-Mar 09 baked muffin
Apr-June 09 hamburger
July-Sept 09 small iced coffee
Oct-Dec 09 medium drink
I got a couple to get my kids treats while they put up with my deal-searching at Walmart! LOL!
Air wick Mini spray kitsÂ Harvest Spice and Vanilla are on sale forÂ $3.24 at Walmart Canada (regular price $17.97). The products also have $5 off coupons attached which means you end up getting PAID $3.24.
This will probably run out in no time so don’t delay 😉
Diets are a strange thing. Most people will tell you that a regular routine of healthy eating and exercise are the only way to maintain proper weight. But what do they know? 😛
Fad diets have been around for years, and SmartCanucks reader Dan Radice is going to try them. ALL of them. Dan is undertaking an 18 week journey into the world of wanton weight loss that he likes to call The Grandly Spectacular and Fantastically Phenomenal Fad Diet Experiment. During this time he plans to conquer 14 fad diets, all the while tracking his progress on a daily blog of the same name.
Before you worry for the poor lad, Dan assures us he’s seeked professional opinion before undertaking such a lengthy shock to the system. Advice from professionals is that he should come out of it in no worse shape than he is now.
A little over two years ago McDonald’s Canada did a strange and bewildering thing — they pulled hot mustard dip from their menu. While not immediately noticeable to those who didn’t use it, those of us that did were devastated. That dip was heavenly. There’s nothing else on the market like it, and believe me, I know. I’ve spent the past two years trying every item I’ve come across with the words “hot” and “mustard” on the label and nothing has even come close. It’s become nothing short of an obsession.
That’s why, when my wife decided to visit her sister in North Carolina last week, I begged and pleaded for her to visit a US McDonald’s. I’d heard rumor that the hot mustard removal was a Canadian thing and could still be found everywhere else on the planet. Rumors like that seem too good to be true, and yet it’s hard not to hold out hope. So visit a McDonald’s she did, and what you see above is a king’s bounty in hot mustard.
That’s right — my wife loved me enough to humiliate herself by asking for a bag full of hot mustard. Apparently they didn’t just let it go, either. They wanted some answers about this weird behaviour, and she gave it to them full force. But 5 dollars and 10 minutes of shame later she walked out of a US McDonald’s with 20 packets of hot mustard in a bag. As I write this, I’ve already used 4. Nothing tastes better than a Sausage McMuffin and hashbrown dipped in golden mustard. It might sound strange, but there’s no better taste in the world to me.
Only 16 left. I’d better start spacing these things out a little better. 🙂
Look kids, another weekly community feature! Bargain-hunting has long been a past-time for many a SmartCanucker, so I thought it might be fun to put those bargain hunting skills to the test. Each week I’m going to present a new item to track down online and it’s up to you to find the lowest possible price. Once you find it, post a link to the item and let us know the price, and then everyone else will have an new target to beat!
Like the SmartCanucks Caption Challenge, the only real reward here is a smug sense of self-satisfaction. I just thought it might be a fun little game to play. 🙂
And so, without further adieu, your first item is… a floor lamp.
(And yes, before you ask, this idea did grow out of my need for a new floor lamp.)