The Cineplex deals are over but Pizza Pizza now has even better deals:
Get a 2nd small 3 topping pizza for $1 when you purchase a small 3 topping pizza at regular price ($10.80).
Get a 2nd medium 3 topping pizza for $3 when you purchase a medium 3 topping pizza at regular price ($11.80).
Get a 2nd large 3 topping pizza for $3 when you purchase a large 3 topping pizza at regular price ($14.10).
I also discovered a little glitch in their online ordering system which makes the deal even better. Login to their system at PizzaPizza.ca to order online (I chose pick-up not delivery). Choose the medium pizza deal. Instead of adding a second medium for $3 it adds it for only $2. Therefore total for 2 medium 3 topping pizzas after taxes is ~$15 which is definetely a hot deal! Not sure if this works everywhere.
2008 Season Passes are $59.95 each plus tax. Four (4) or more Season Passes must be purchased to receive this limited time offer.
Season Pass Sales and Processing Centre opens Saturday!
Beat the rush!
Beginning Saturday April 12th you can purchase and/or process your Season Pass between 10am and 4pm on the weekends, or from 2pm-8pm on the weekdays.
The Park opens to the public on Sunday May 4th, the first three weekends are our busiest days for Season Pass Sales Processing at our Front Gate. If you are able to come purchase or process before the Park opens to the public it could save you time and allow you to start enjoying your time at the Park as soon we are open!
Season Pass Sneak Preview Night
The wait is over! Behemoth is here! And Season Pass Holders can have their first chance to ride Behemoth before the parkâ€™s opening day! At 5pm on Friday April 25th, Wonderland will open its gates exclusively to season pass holders for a fun-filled evening of food, games, and rides, including Behemoth! The Season Pass processing centre is typically very busy this night so if you are able to purchase and process earlier in the day or week, we strongly recommend it!
Season Pass Jackets have arrived!
All Guests who purchased their 2008 season pass before November 11th, 2007 are entitled to a free park issued jacket. You can pick up your jacket at the Season Pass Processing Centre if you come during the early processing times; or you can pick it up at the Locker Room if you come when the park is open.
Your 2008 Season Pass Perks include:
– Early ride times
– Early entrance to Splash Works
– Exclusive VIP preview night
– Discount on Food and Merchandise
– Discounted tickets for your friends and family
…AND MUCH MORE
The Delissio Ultimate Delivery will be in your neighbourhood the week of _____. Look for the Delissio Ultimate truck and your opportunity to get a free Ultimate pizza or a $3 coupon. Take a look at the map for recent Delissio Ultimate Delivery sightings in your area.
Put your postal code into the top box, and if they are going to your town, it will give you a date they are coming to your town.You can also get a $3 off coupon from save.ca
Over the past month a lot of attention has been paid in the Canadian news media to Bill C-10 — and rightfully so.Â The Bill includes more than a hundred amendments to the Income Tax Act, but one little clause about the film industry seems to be stirring all this controversy; a clause that allows the Heritage Minister to determine if “public financial support of the production would not be contrary to public policy.”
In plain English, this means that one man has the right to refuse tax credits and other incentives provided by the government to film and television productions that he doesn’t feel are in keeping with public policy.Â The problem?Â Nowhere does this amendment state what “contrary to public policy” actually means or what specific credits and incentives would be removed.Â Considering the number of jobs and dollars that float their way to “Hollywood North” every year, this could prove detrimental not only in determining what we watch but to a large segment of our economy.
If you’re at all bothered by this, there are a number of petitions floating around out there in cyberspace you can sign (and even a Facebook group with a large support base), but nothing is ever more effective than contacting your local MP and telling them how you feel.
I went into this article attempting to offer a fair and balanced reporting of this situation, but the more I searched the less I found as far as support for this bill goes.Â The only backing I found was in a parlimentary press release: “Bill C-10 has nothing to do with censorship and everything to do with the integrity of the tax system. The goal is to ensure public trust in how tax dollars are spent.”Â If there was any truth to that, wouldn’t they just modify the offending clause that obviously has everything to do with censorship?
DELL’s starting to have these days of deals way too often which is a bad sign. The last set of days of deals weren’t that great (although the Entertainment Days of deals were awesome). This time it’s 9 Days of Business Deals which means you should expect more computers and less accessories. Hopefully that would mean a couple of good desktop and laptop deals.
I joined the A&E Insider last year and get frequent messages from them. They ask your opinion on upcoming shows and tv movies. They let members have a say in which promo poster to use for “The Two Coreys”, and they give you clips of documentaries they’re working on, etc; its really cool. You also get videos for members only (cool epecially if you’re a Dog fan lolz)
For participating in their program, they sent me a code to use in their online store worth $30. I bought a Dog the Bounty Hunter box set for $19.95 (they have a lot of sale and clearance items) and shipping was only $10.95 so it only cost me 90 cents for 4 dvd set. Plus you get to play games first, totally worth it. Just register for the Insider and get started!