Coupon for Free Tropicana Veggies or Quaker Supreme Oatmeal

SmartSpot Canada

Get a free Tropicana Veggies or Quaker Supreme Oatmeal with the purchase of 3 SmartSpot products.

Click here to print out the redemption form


Dell Canada Days of Deals – Day 3

Sorry I’m very busy right now… will update this post in a few hours

Click here for today’s DELL Deals

Two Free Tickets to the 2007 Vancouver International Auto Show

Two Free Tickets to the 2007 Vancouver International Auto Show

Get your oil changed at a participating New Car Dealer and get a voucher for two free tickets to the 2007 Vancouver International Auto Show. Exchange this voucher for 2 Adult weekday admission tickets at the Show Box Office.

Click here for more details on the Vancouver International Auto free tickets

Future Shop Canada 7 Days of Web Deals – Day 7 – Good Deal at Last!

Future Shop Canada

Just when I had lost all hope in Future Shop’s marketing team, they come up with a pretty decent deal on the last days of deals. Today’s deal is the Kingston 1GB Data Traveler USB Flash Drive (DTI-1GBCR) for $39.99 $12.99.


– $12.99 is a good price for a 1GB USB flash drive.
– This is a high quality and reliable device. When it comes to storing data this is one of the most important features to look for. You don’t want to store a presentation on the device to find that it has malfunctioned right before you start your presentation!
– 1GB is large enough to store a bunch of mp3s or even a movie file 🙂


– Future Shop now charges shipping. Make sure the shipping isn’t too large to ruin the deal. Shouldn’t be a problem for most provinces.
– It’s not a very fast device. This shouldn’t be a problem for the regular user. Unless your time is ultra-precious (but then you shouldn’t be reading this in the first place ;-)), don’t worry about it.
– Not very easy to attach to your key chain (small slot).
– The white looks ugly.
– Cover may get lost if you don’t handle it with care.

All the cons are really minor and I’m personally buying one of these.

Click here for to buy this from Future Shop online

The Air Miles Series – Part 1: Valuing Air Miles

Robert D. Gibb is posting a stunning series of articles on Air Miles on the forum. I found the series very useful and enlightening so I’m posting it on the blog as well.

Robert D. Gibb is a Contributing Editor (DRIPs) at the Canadian MoneySaver Magazine. You can read his articles at Here’s one of his most recent articles.

Thanks Robert 🙂

Based on my recent post on the “Buy 5 Get 50 Air Miles” this week at Safeway there’s been some interest after the post was placed on the Blog.

There were several questions and I spent a good hour composing a post answering them in depth. Not realizing I had to include my e-mail it was lost into hyperspace.

So I recomposed (and we all know how painful that can be) a shorter reply, filled in all the boxes and it seems to have disappeared as well. Ah! the mysteries of the Internet.

So I’m going to post several threads (over several days) on the forum instead regarding Air Miles. The first will explain my logic (insert your own joke here!) at deriving a value of $0.12/AM.

I know many people use a “dollars spent per Air Mile system” to derive value. E.g. 2 products in the same 10 Get 50 offer but with different prices: A = $2 B = $4

$20 of A gets 50 AMs while it takes $40 of B.

Clearly A accumulates AMs quicker.

But what if item B is what you use and it’s on sale while perhaps item is something you rarely use? It’s something to consider.

However, I also think it’s important to know what an AM can get you. This is where I place a value of $0.12/AM.

How this is derived:

(Note: the value of an AM can be much higher than this but I’ll explain later.)

To value an AM use this formula:

Total Cost of Item/Number of AMs = Value/AM


Kelsey’s Canada: Free Appetizer Coupon

Kelsey's Canada

The best way to print the coupon is to have Kelsey’s email it to you.

Click here to have Kelsey’s email you the coupon

Shoppers Drug Mart 20x Optimum Points March 24

This isn’t the referral event; Just a regular 20x event, For your info the referral events take place at the beginning of each season, so the next one will be at the beginning of summer.

As for the 20x the points event on March 24, here are the details:

ONE DAY ONLY! Saturday, March 24th


Points are issued according to the net pretax purchase total of eligible products after redemptions and discounts and before taxes using a valid Shoppers Optimum Card(TM). Excludes prescriptions, bonus points, products that contain codeine, non-pointable items, stamps, transit tickets and passes, event tickets, electronic gift cards, prepaid phone cards, Life Experiences packages and Shoppers Home Health Care locations. Offer applies to photofinishing services that are picked up and paid for on Saturday, March 24, 2007. Offer valid Saturday, March 24, 2007 only. See cashier for details.

HP Canada 5 Days of Small Business Deals – Day 4

HP Canada 5 Days of Small Business Deals – Day 3

Dell Canada Days of Deals – Day 2

Dell Canada

– Aluratek 250GB External USB Hard Drive $150 $89
– Garmin StreetPilot C530 Portable GPS Navigator $549 $449
– Phillips SHN9500 Noise Cancelling Headphones w/ Travel Case $120 $69

Shipping is free

Click here for more details on today’s Dell deals

HP Canada 5 Days of Small Business Deals – Day 2

Future Shop Canada 7 Days of Web Deals – Day 5

Dell Canada Days of Deals – Day 1

DELL Canada Days of Deals

– Sanyo 5.8GHz Digital Multi-Cordless Telephone w/ CID & Two Handsets $139 $59
– Dell Ultrasharp 2407WFP 24″ Widescreen LCD Monitor $849 $649
– Targus Toploading Topflight Notebook Case & Optical Wireless Mouse $248 $79

Shipping is free

Click here for more details on today’s Dell deals

Costco Canada East & West Coupons (March 19 – 25)

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