Coupons expire May 11, 2007Â
Coupons expire May 11, 2007Â
Thanks to Acrossenger for allowing me to post this spectacular list of AVIS coupons, discounts and gift cards here!
If you’re renting a car this summer, this list of coupons, discounts and perks is a must read.
Thanks Adora T. for yet another awesome deal 🙂
Purchase any 3 armor all products from participating retailers & receive a $10 rebate cheque by mail.
Thanks Adora T. for emailing me about this free magazine 🙂
I’m not sure if it was mentioned, but you can get a free magazine from P&G with coupons in the mail from here: http://www.rougemag.com/subscribe
I love free stuff! 😀
The magazine does indeed come with loads of awesome Canadian Proctor & Gamble coupons.
Bumped because many useful comments have been added by doctors and other visitors
If you have a bottle-fed baby at home, take note: according to the FDA, Nestle Good Start infant formula’s nutritional content doesn’t match up with what’s promised on the label. What’s more is that the amount of calcium and phosphorous doesn’t meet minimum FDA requirements for infant formula sold in the US. The FDA came to these conclusions after an inspection of a Nestle facility in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
The full letter from the FDA to Nestle is available here. Nestle has yet to comment on the findings, but this isn’t the first strike they’ve had against them regarding infant formula. The Infant Feeding Action Coalition of Canada (INFACT) has long been involved in a boycott of Nestle products due to purported abuses relating to similar products. For more information regarding past claims of poor behaviour on the part of Nestle, you can check out the INFACT Nestle boycott updates here.
Thanks Prue for posting this awesome freebie in the forum 🙂
Use a coupon to get a free Single Head Outdoor Solar Light. Regular price is $5.00 but you will get it for free if you use the coupon. Hurry before supplies run out.
Thanks to cookoo for maintaining and continuously updating the Save.ca list at the forum 🙂
Here is the most recent update of working Save.ca links:
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 Iâ€™m posting it on the blog as well.
Robert D. Gibb is a Contributing Editor (DRIPs) at the Canadian MoneySaver Magazine.
This is a good week for the AirMile Deals
1. Buy 5 Get 50 AM House Brands
Safeway runs this offer on different house brand products over a 2 week cycle. Last weeks items hould continue this week. Whether the are still on sale is always a consideration in week 2. Items on sale in week one are usually not discounted in week 2. However, the house brands flyer that should have been in last weeks main flyer appeared this week instead so the sale items might continue this week as well.
2. Tuesday is “Spend $35 Get 10% Off Day”
Expires May 6, 2007
A spectacular deal from Swiss Chalet!
Order your entrÃ©e ($7.49 and above)Â and get:
FREE appetizer: Chalet Chicken Soup or Garden Salad
FREE dessert: Apple Pie, Coconut Cream Pie, Lemon Meringue Pie or Pecan Pie
In the â€œcompany IDâ€ enter:
company ID: Rogers
$21.00 Ages 3 & over, under 48″ tall or ages 60 and over
Tickets valid any one operating day May 6 to October 7, 2007
$29.00 Ages 3-59, over 48â€ tall, in shoes
Tickets valid any one operating day May 6 until June 30, 2007 only
$34.00 Ages 3-59, over 48â€ tall, in shoes
ickets valid any one operating day May 6 to October 7, 2007
Set your way back machines to 1963 kiddies. The Beatles have landed, Kennedy’s been shot, and a growing hamburger chain meets up with its legendary-mascot for the first time. Created by Willard Scott for the Washington-Annapolis franchises, Ronald McDonald looked a fair bit different than the clown we know and love today. Long before making a name for himself as the first roundish weatherman on the Today Show (who still comes back to wish birthday greetings from time to time), Willard was rather famous as the DC Area’s own Bozo the Clown. The local franchisee contacted Willard, one thing led to another, and the next thing you know someone is uttering the words “Introducing the worlds newest, silliest, and hamburger eatingest clown — Ronald McDonald!” Hamburger-eatingest. That’s my new favourite adjective.
Normally I try to change it up every week with our McDonald’s Mondays posts, however, this is a two-parter just waiting to happen. Tune in next week when we visit Willard behind the make-up nearly a decade later — not quite the clown we know today, but a lot closer than this drink-tray-hat-wearing lunatic in 1963.
McDonaldâ€™s Mondays is a weekly series of posts written by our own Jim Squires that initially appears on his pop culture blog fjetsam.com.
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