Receive Two Free Paint Sample Pots or free Color Sample Quart of Pittsburgh Paints to help you start your decorating project! This Canadian Freebie expires on June 30, 2009 and you can get it from loads of different stores across Canada.
There’s a new coupon promo code from Sears Canada which you can use at Sears.ca to get $10 off your purchase of $75. Use coupon code 941612303. This coupon code expires on May 23rd, 2009. Unfortunetly this Sears Caanada coupon code cannot be used with clearance items with prices ending in $x.97.
This week’s contest is much less emotional and more materialistic; Not as enjoyable as week 1’s contest but will hopefully be very useful. Let us know of tips and tricks or little things that you do to save money. It may be in home maintenance, shopping, the way you manage your money, coupon’ing tips, lifestyle changes, or anything at all. Enter the contest by leaving a comment with your saving tips. 3 entries per person max.
Winners So Far
May 7 Winner: Week 1 Post 109 by Kitty
May 8 Winner: Week 1 Post 105 by Connie Walsh
May 9 Winner: Week 1 Post 25 by Maybe
May 10 Winner: Week 1 Post 139 by Ivan
May 11 Winner: Week 1 post 93 by vibrantflame
May 12 Winner: Week 1 Post 104 by couponmom
May 13 Winner: Week 1 Post 192 by Mommy of 3
May 14 Winner: Week 2 Post 104 by FreebieChick
May 15 Winner: Week 2 Post 106 FunShopper
May 16 Winner: Week 2 Post 28 by Tammy Hynes
May 17 Winner: Week 2 Post 4 by mummyto2
May 18 Winner: Week 2 Post 161 by Nancy
May 19 Winner: Week 2 Post 41 by layniejoy
May 20 Winner: Week 2 Post 1 by Ann
Winners Please send an email to [email protected] with “Date X Winner” in the subject, e.g. “May 12 Winner”. Let us know whether you’d prefer a gift card (and list some preferences) or paypal and the neccessary info to have the gift sent.
While we all know that it’s pretty hard to travel anywhere without finding a McDonald’s, it’s astounding how many there really are. In the United States alone there are nearly 14,000. How do I know? Thanks to fastfoodmaps.com.
Somebody out there took the time to create a Google Maps overlay that shows the locations of every major fast food restaurant in the United States. It’s great if you’re traveling and want to know what’s going to be near your hotel that’s quick and easy to eat. If not, it’s just downright creepy and a great indicator of where the next great labour uprising might start.
Nothing similar to this for Canada that I can find. Not sure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing.
Once again Cyanne has volunteered to run the referral chains/groups on Smart Canucks and help us all get FREE extra Shoppers Drug Mart referral points
Instead of you registering alone and no one making use of referring you, what we do is refer each other and then split the points amongst us. You can still refer your friends and you will get all the points for any friend you refer. By referring each other we get 5000 additional Optimum points for free 😉
Just in time for the release of the latest Pixar film “Up,” Amazon is having a sale on all Pixar titles. Most of these are going for around the $20 mark — much better than the $35 or so Disney films usually go for.
I’m not sure if this is a one time use coupon or not but from the fine print I’d say it’s not. Save 40% on any one regular priced item at Michael’s Canada excluding sale items. This Michaels Canada coupon expires on May 22nd, 2009.
Here’s an updated post on SportChek Canada’s Friends and Family Spring Event with the coupon. On Wednesday May 20th and Thursday May 21st, 2009 take 20% off regular priced items and 10% off already reduced items at SportChek Canada stores using printable coupon.
Did you know that you can order a free catalogue from Princess Auto Canada? So if you’re too lazy to drive all the way to a Princess Auto store in Canada order your free catalogue online and have it mailed to you 😛
You can also have their eFlyer emailed to you by ticking “I Wish to receive e-flyers ” if you’re interested.
Now I’m not normally one to get indignant in the face of corporate BS, but this one just really rubbed me the wrong way.
Wal-Mart has been pushing their “For the Greener Good” initiative since the green living bandwagon kicked into full force some time ago, and for the most part I applaud them. As a company they’ve made some excellent decisions, and their corporate responsibility regarding environmental concerns has improved drastically. I totally get that one bad apple doesn’t spoil the bunch, but walking into my local Wal-Mart and seeing what I saw sent me into a Hulk-like rage.
Not only was the store lighting at 100% (something that had been reduced by 1/3 nationwide back in 2007 to conserve electricity), but every single display model lamp was plugged in and turned on to their brightest settings.