The Sunkist Lemonade Stand freebie is back!Â Many SmartCanuckers made good use of this freebie offer when it was available a couple of years ago. Please order this freebie only if you’re seriously interested to avoid ruining it for other kids.
To request your free Sunkist Lemonade Stand, please fill out the following pledge form. Please view the guidelinesÂ before writing your pledge. For tips on completing your pledge form check out our pledge information page.
Since we’re on the subject of Burger King, some of you might have heard of Burger King’s marketing campaign entitled “Burger King Whopper Virgins” which has been going on for over a month now. A crew goes to isolated places on earth with people who have never tried or even heard of burgers. They offer them a Whopper and a Big Mac to find out which one they like more. Since it’s a BK Campaign, guess which sandwich wins? 😛
Between February 7 and February 20, 2009 if you spend $15 or more before taxes at the Bulk Barn you get a $5 GC! This is a great store to stock up on baking goods, or even candies (valentines day is coming up ).
Speaking of Bulk Barn, I came across the above picture by velouria on flickr and it explains my exact thoughts towards Bulk Barn. How on earth do people identify the powders without any labels? When my parents shopped at Bulk Barn they’d have like 30 bags of similarly looking powders and my Mom could identify them easily without any labels .
Get a free Vancouver 2010 Winter Games Mascot when you purchase 5 Wonder+ products. Although I think this is a cute promo the $7.00 shipping and handling fee is ridiculous.
Offer valid in Canada, excluding Quebec, only from January 26 through March 1, 2009, while supplies last. To participate, mail a completed redemption form, available at wonderbread.ca, plus original UPC (barcode) for five (5) of your choice of Wonder+ products and $7.00 CDN S&H to:
â€œWonder+ Vancouver 2010 mascot Offerâ€ (Box 415, Dept. WM09 Pickering ON L1V 2R6).
All Offer order envelopes must be postmarked between January 26 and March 19, 2009 (Offer End Date) and received at the above address by March 25, 2009. Not valid in conjunction with any other product offers. One submission per envelope.
Receive a Free Yoga Mat with 4 proofs of purchase of Astro Zer0 Yogourt (any size except 175g cup).
Print your name, complete mailing address and daytime phone number on a plain piece of paper and mail it with 4 Proofs of Purchase (cash register receipts) of any Astro ZerO Yogourt 650g Family Tub or 12x100g or 16x100g multipack, to:
Astro ZerO Free Yoga Mat
P.O. Box 157, Station B
Mail-in entries must be postmarked by March 27, 2009 and received by April 3, 2009.
FeetFirstShoes online currently has 50% discount sale on select items. You can also become a VIP member and get 10%Â off your next purchase. On top of all this use coupon code JAN09FS and get free shipping till the end of January.
Feet First Shoes is simillar to SoftMoc in that it sells high quality shoes brans like Clarks, Hush Puppies, Uggs, Geox, Sketchers, and more.
Costco Canada Photocentre currently has a promo on passport photos. You can get 2 passport photos for $3.49 (regular price $5.49). Beware that some Costcos (or all?) don’t take passport photos of Infants anymore due to the complicated photo restrictions.
Welcome back to the SmartCanucks Scavenger Hunt â€” our weekly challenge to our readers to find the lowest price on a specific item! Week 3 had you looking for the best deal on a Black & Decker toaster oven. And while the lowest price from a Canadian retailer ($24.97 in a London-area Wal-Mart) was found by meisagirl, we had a few other noteworthy comments as well — from the $15.00 B&D Kids toaster oven that actually works from wendymac to nkwu’s bad track record with Black & Decker products. Well worth a read for those shopping for small appliances!
This week we’re going to have you dig through some of those grocery flyers that fill up your mailbox every week. You’re target? A 12-pack of Coca-Cola. Lots of stores seem to have deals on pop every week, so let’s see who can find the lowest on 12 cans of ice cold Coke!
Milk for a quarter, apple juice for seventeen cents!
Yes you read correctly! Honest Ed’s in Toronto is have a three day mega sale 1930’s style! Remember when grandpappy Â use to say ”back in the day when I wee beansprout Â you can buy bread for a quarter!”Â Now you can live those prices for three days!
The sale runs from this Thursday until Saturday, and is guaranteed to be a madhouse with an expected 15-20 000 people checking out the bargains.