Princess Auto Flyer

Princess Auto Flyer

If you’re too lazy to go online to read the Princess Auto flyer you can have it mailed to you for free.

Click here to order your free Princess Auto flyer

Maintenant disponible en FRANÇAIS – Bienvenue chez SmartCanucks


J’aimerais vous inviter à visiter le nouveau blog français de SmartCanucks.

Je m’appelle alajen et je vais essayer de remplir cette nouvelle section de belles offres, coupons et échantillons gratuits (freebies) pour partager avec nos amis francophones. Je suis un nouveau parent et j’adore mon bébé (comme tous les parents). Mes passe-temps préférés sont: 1) sauver de l’argent, et 2) aider d’autres gens à sauver de l’argent. Je recherchais des bons-rabais quand j’ai découvert le site Smart Canucks et maintenant je suis contente de contribuer sur le blog français.

Pour commencer, je vais afficher au moins une nouvelle offre par jour.

N’hésitez pas de me contacter avec toute commentaire ou suggestion pour améliorer cette section.

Amusez-vous bien!

Canadian Coupons: $1 off TrueBlue

TrueBlue Canada

Thanks Hélène F. for emailing me about this coupon 🙂

Get $1.00 off TrueBlue or LiteBlue juice cocktails. Enter your postal code where it says “Please enter your zip code”.

Click here to print your TrueBlue coupon

Free Sample of Estée Lauder Age Resisting Brightening Cream

Canadian Deals & Coupons


Ok the form is actually UK but since most UK samples do ship to Canada I figured this one is worth signing up for.   To get your free sample, just fill in the form below (I put province & country on the ‘county’ line).   Good luck, and enjoy! Thanks Winn.

Click here to order your sample.

Burger King Canada: 50% off Whopper Coupon

Burger King Canada: 50% off Whopper Coupon

Burger King is celebrating 50 years of Whopper (scary, eh?). Get 50% off Burger King’s Whopper sandwich. This would total to $1.98 after taxes which is an excellent price for a Whopper sandwich.

Click here to print out the 50% off Whopper Coupon

Why does IKEA Furniture have Weird Names?

Why does IKEA Furniture have Weird Names?

Why does everything have weird names? Every container, shelf, cabinet or appliance had some odd name, as if people from Planet Sweden anthropomorphized these objects, naming each one they encountered as best they could: Besta, Hedda, Bjarnum, Lerberg, Inreda, Ektorp, Grundton, Berta, Karna…

According to Wikipedia, it turns out IKEA follows a certain naming convention based on Scandinavian words:

Upholstered furniture, coffee tables, rattan furniture, bookshelves, media storage, doorknobs: Swedish placenames

Beds, wardrobes, hall furniture: Norwegian place names

Dining tables and chairs: Finnish place names

Bookcase ranges: Occupations

Bathroom articles: Scandinavian lakes, rivers and bays

Kitchens: grammatical terms, sometimes also other names

Chairs, desks: men’s names

Materials, curtains: women’s names

Garden furniture: Swedish islands

Carpets: Danish place names

Lighting: terms from music, chemistry, meteorology, measures, weights, seasons, months, days, boats, nautical terms

Bedlinen, bed covers, pillows/cushions: flowers, plants, precious stones; words related to sleep, comfort, and cuddling

Children’s items: mammals, birds, adjectives

Curtain accessories: mathematical and geometrical terms

Kitchen utensils: foreign words, spices, herbs, fish, mushrooms, fruits or berries, functional descriptions

Boxes, wall decoration, pictures and frames, clocks: colloquial expressions, also Swedish placenames

Continue reading about IKEA’s naming convention on wikipedia

Europe’s Best Frozen Fruits/Vegetables $1 off Coupon

Europe’s Best Frozen Fruits/Vegetables $1 off Coupon

Thanks Koala for posting this coupon in the coupons forum .Save $1 upon the purchase of 1 bag of Europe’s best frozen fruits or vegetables.

Click here to print this coupon.

Danone Canada Coupons: $1 off Naturalia Yogurt

Danone Canada Coupons: $1 off Naturalia Yogurt

Thanks Couponsaver for letting us know about this Danone coupon 🙂

Get $1 off the purchase of any Danone Naturalia product

Click here to print out these Danone coupons

Coupons expire Jan 31, 2008

IGA Canada: 11cents per Digital Photo Print

IGA Canada: 11cents per Digital Photo Print

Print 4″ x 6″ or 4″ x 5.33″ digital photos for 11cents only at IGA.

Click here for more details on this IGA Photo promo

Offer valid until January 14, 2008 

Canadian Coupons: Please Mum $25 off $50

Canadian Coupons: Please Mum $25 off $50

Get $25 off your purchase of $50 or more at Please Mum online or in-store.

The online coupon code is PMGIFT2YOU

Coupon valid from Jan 14 – Feb 3, 2008

Click here to visit Please Mum’s website

Costco Canada Flyer / Coupons: Jan 7 – 13, 2008

Giant Tiger Flyer Canada Online at last

So that loser company known as Giant Tiger has finally decided to place its flyer online.

To view the Giant Tiger flyer click here and enter your postal code at the bottom.

Wondering why I hate Giant Tiger? well here’s my story:

I used to scan every new Giant Tiger flyer and post it on for all Canadians to read and then go shop at Giant Tiger. Giant Tiger is 15 minutes driving from where I live and I didn’t have a car so I used to take the bus, pick up the flyer, take a bus back, and do the tedious job of scanning 20 pages and then posting them on blog. Guess how I was rewarded by Giant Tiger? They got their lawyer to email me asking me to remove their flyer or they would take legal action . I complied, and only posted the flyer on the forum where regular registered members could only see it. They emailed me again asking for their flyers to be completely removed.


Free Canadian Cookbook With Qualifying Dempsters Purchase

Canadian Deals & Coupons


Get a FREE copy of the best selling cookbook Eat, Shrink and Be Merry! with the purchase of 5 participating Dempster’s products plus $6 shipping and handling.

Loaded with great tasting recipes that won’t go from your lips to your hips, it is a must have for the health conscious cook! Thanks koala!

Click here for information.

Free Mr.Clean 2 Count Magic Eraser With Canadian Rebate


According to the P&G Brandsaver booklet in the paper this morning you can find mail in rebates for a free 2 count Magic Eraser at participating stores.  I took a look through the book to see if I could find what the participating stores were, but couldn’t find anything.  I assume it will be the big stores like WalMart, Zellers and grocery stores but that’s just a guess. ;)  Offer valid until April 30, 2008. 

IKEA Canada Promoting Dishonesty?

A blog reader (Beryl H.) left a comment about IKEA’s recent commercial.

Dear To Whom It May Concern,

I have watched your recent advertisement with some alarm, I do not know if you realize that you are encouraging theft, cheating and dishonesty – “Start the car, start the car” Many of my friends have voiced the same concern – If someone shoplifts, I gather you are not going to prosecute them, an idealistic thought, but your profits will plummet, I suggest you have a word with your advertising agency

Yours truly,

Beryl H.

Here’s the commercial:


Although I do not personally find the commercial offensive (nor is it funny), I can understand how it may give children a wrong idea. But that’s not the first time IKEA has had a controversial ad. The infamous dog picture was much more disturbing, and remember the Canadian flyer with the photo of a child reading a Mickey Spillane book?

What do you think of IKEA’s Winter Ad? Does it promote Dishonesty?

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