GUESS Canada, Customer Appreciation Day (One day only)
On Thursday April 24 the GUESS Canada , is having a Customer Appreciation Day. Stores will be offering:
20% off regular priced Merchandise
Additional 50% off the sale priced Merchandise
Thursday, April 24, 2008
10:00am – 9:00pm
Most likely all GUESS stores across Canada but please check with your local GUESS store beforehand to know whether or not they will be having this sale. If you have more info about a certain store please leave a comment below to let us know.
You can probably also use your SPC card to get an additional 10% discount.
They will probably run out soon. I strongly recommend Pinecone since they actually pay very well.
Nowâ€™s the time to join pinecone research. Once they stop accepting new members it will likely be a few years before they re-accept new registrations. Pinecone is a consumer research company that pays you $5 per survey and sends out lots of full size products to test. They have been known for their prompt payments. I strongly encourage everyone to sign up (you have nothing to lose).
Bring in a picture of your dog to Walmart photocentre for processing and recieve a bonus pack of Pedigree Denta Stix snack food for dogs! While supplies last. Processing includes digital or film development, enlargements or transfers.
Do you love grilled cheese? Celebrate with Kraft Singles by checking back here April 16, 2008. The first 1,000 people who submit their favorite grilled cheese memory at IHeartGrilledCheese.com on April 16 will receive a coupon for one free pack of Kraft Singles.
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Linens ‘n things is expected to file for bankruptcy on Tuesday. If you have Linens ‘n Things Gift Cards use them asap before the become obsolete.
Linda Young – AHN Editor
New York, NY (AHN) – The sluggish economy is taking a toll on home retailer Linens ‘n Things Inc., which is expected to file for bankruptcy court protection by Tuesday.
Consumers have less money to spend and that is creating problems for the nation’s retailers. According to the Wall Street Journal, after the housing crisis slowed sales of home-furnishings a buyout allowed Linens to go on when Apollo Management LP acquired it for $1.3 billion in February 2006. A bankruptcy would turn that into the largest buyout to go bust since the credit crisis last summer. If Linens files for bankruptcy it would also be one of the first major retailers to go under during this slowing economy, MarketWatch reported Friday.
Company officials are scheduled to meet with its lenders and largest vendors on Monday in a last ditch effort to work out agreements that would allow it to stay out of bankruptcy, the Wall Street Journal reports.
New Jersey-based Linens lost $242 million on sales of $2.79 billion in 2007 and it lost $154 million in 2006, according to Walls Street Journal reports.
In March, the company had reduced inventory purchases and store staffing to lower its costs, according to MarketWatch reports.. It has 589 stores in 47 states and seven provinces across the U.S. and Canada.
If you’re under 10 and live in Quebec, you’re eligible to become a member and receive great gifts all year long.
To subscribe, accompany your parents the next time they visit a participating IGA supermarket and stop by the Customer Service Counter to ask for your membership card. Registration is free and takes only a few minutes.