Walmart Canada Boxing Day Flyer Shopping Deals

Walmart Canada Boxing Day Flyer Shopping Deals

Thanks momg for posting this in the Boxing Day Canada Shopping forum 🙂

  • ps 2 $99.00
  • ps 2 wireless guitar 19.83
  • samsung 6 megpix camara 89.99
  • 100 pack dvd-r/+r 17.97
  • 4 gb mp3 video players 59.88
  • duracell batteries 12aa/8aaa/8c/8d or 4 9v 4.97
  • purex liquid laundry detergent 2 for $8
  • ps2 $99
  • tons of movies and games on sale wayyy too many to list wish i could scan the whole flyer
  • f2110 all in one printer 49.86
  • kodak 5100 all in one printer 79.96
  • 10 megapix kodak easy share camera 149.84
  • kidz scooter or 12″bikes 19.93
  • kids electronic keyboard drum or guitar set 9.92
  • bratz spiderman cloe or design your own sew stylin 4.94
  • 4 piece luggage set 39.92
  • vtech cordless phone 24.88
  • sony progressive scan dvd player 49.76
  • 50% off winter boots for the whole family
  • 50% off christmas wrap,decorations ,ribbons ,bows.and boxed greeting cards, christmas candles, tableware, and housewares, selected cosmetics bath products and fragrances, pharmacy- foot baths relaxing water fountains, body massagers and more.

10 responses to “Walmart Canada Boxing Day Flyer Shopping Deals”

  1. KaylaKat says:

    There are a lot of great deals. Thanks Momg!

  2. Sally says:

    Cool thanks I dont get the flyer till tomm morning!

  3. Alex says:

    I recently viewed the dvd “Is Walmart good for America” by PBS/Frontline.
    Here is another blogs summery of ‘opening price point’which is what is given in the example above. The Canadian newspaper The National Post did a story back and confermed the following when it examined the pricing at Walmart.

    WalMart’s Pricing Strategy
    In a recent program, PBS’ Frontline examined the inner workings of WalMart. One of the most interesting revelations had to do with the company’s pricing strategy, which was pioneered by legendary founder Sam Walton. The strategy is known as “opening price point,” and here’s how it works.

    WalMart goes to great lengths to have an alluring and unbeatable opening price point item in each category- from TV sets to cosmetics to bathing suits. These are the “unbelievable” prices that the company has become famous for (for example, a microwave oven for $14.67). The psychological impact of this opening price point is huge- consumers are led to believe that all of WalMart’s prices are this low. However, the reality is quite different. As confirmed in interviews with former store managers, WalMart does not have the lowest price on every item in every category. In fact, the company often has higher prices than other big retailers (i.e. you might get a better deal down the road at Target). However, in most cases the game is already over because consumers believe that WalMart’s prices are lower across the board. Furthermore, evidence shows that most shoppers don’t even buy the opening price point item. Instead, the low price lures them into the department, where they end up buying a brand name or higher quality item that they are more comfortable with.

    So here’s the point: as described in another post (Profit Drivers), pricing is one of the single most important factors that determine your company’s profitability. In fact, price will always have an impact that is two or three times greater than the other drivers. As a result, this cunningly simple strategy is one of the major reasons that WalMart has become the largest retailer in the world. The moral of the story? Pay close attention to your pricing strategy, it has a huge impact on the bottom line.

    Posted by Will K at 05:03 AM November 14, 2005

  4. Sally says:

    I never thought walmart has the lowest prices on everything. Quite often stuff is on sale elsewhere cheaper. But for everyday none sale items the prices arent bad.

    Why are you so anti walmart Alex? Did u work there once and get fired or something lol!

  5. Justine says:

    we dont have target in canada.

  6. mememe says:

    Alex seems to really hate Walmart … why not just ignore the Walmart posts? lol … we aren’t puppets you know, we still go to the store and decide if we want to spend X or not.

  7. Alex says:

    For those who are interested, here is a PBS/Frontline interview with Jon Lehman talking about the Walmart pricing strategy. He is a former Walmart manager of six stores and has 17 years with the company.

  8. G says:

    Lots of people hate wal-mart. Alex doesn’t have to be a former employee to be one of them.

    As for me I only buy something there if it’s the cheapest price…but that’s true for pretty much every store for myself except Costco and they’re just the exception because of their in store electronics warranty.

  9. Ryan says:

    I like the superstore a lot better than Walmart. Did you guys see Superstore’s flyer? 2 X 1 GB card for 12.99??? They have some good deals!!

  10. STEVE says:


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Walmart Canada Boxing Day Flyer Shopping Deals

Walmart Canada Boxing Day Flyer Shopping Deals

3 responses to “Walmart Canada Boxing Day Flyer Shopping Deals”

  1. steve says:

    I hate walmart with a pashion, all it does is take money away from local buisneses dont you wonder why unemployment is getting so high. money you could have spent at a local buisness is instead sent to some billionair who doesnt even live anywhere near you. when you spend local, the money comes back to you because the local buisness will spend that money localy and so on.


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