October 23

NCIX Canada: Beyerdynamic Dtx 102 IE Premium In-Ear Stereo Headphones | Was $150 Now $60

Posted by on October 23, 2014 at 9:00 AM

NCIX Canada: Beyerdynamic Dtx 102 IE Premium In Ear Stereo Headphones | Was $150 Now $60

Hey there, my fellow deal hunters! NCIX Canada is currently having a great deal on their Beyerdynamic Dtx 102 IE Premium In-Ear Stereo Headphones. They normally cost $149.99, but you can now purchase these premium in-ear stereo headphones for just $59.99. You’re saving $90 on this deal! A nice bonus is that you’ll also get free shipping with your order.

These pairs of Beyerdynamic Dtx 102 IE Premium In-Ear Stereo Headphones have an HD Neodymium acoustic transducer, which helps it produce high quality and crystal-clear sound. It also includes a soft case and 3 silicone ear tips, so you can conveniently wear these Beyerdynamic Dtx 102 IE Premium In-Ear Stereo Headphones. You can learn more about these premium in-ear stereo headphones by clicking on the link above.

If you’re looking for some premium high-quality headphones that look classy, then your hunt should be over when you check out these Beyerdynamic Dtx 102 IE Premium In-Ear Stereo Headphones. They’re compact, they’re lightweight, and best of all, they can produce some great sound! When you’re wearing in-ear headphones while you’re listening to your favourite tunes, you’ll be surprised at the difference between a cheap $15 pair of headphones and a $150 pair, like these Beyerdynamic Dtx 102 IE Premium In-Ear Stereo Headphones. Thankfully, you’ll only be paying $59.99 for these premium headphones!

If you purchased these Beyerdynamic Dtx 102 IE Premium In-Ear Stereo Headphones from Amazon’s American website, they would have been $99 US, and they’re $142.07 on Beyer’s website. I’ve included a snippet of a review of these headphones from a satisfied Amazon customer below:

As promised in several reviews on the Internet, these are very comfortable headphones with relatively small default earbuds. Sound quality is impressive.

Here’s to another great Thursday – happy hunting, my fellow Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 29th October 2014)

 

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October 23

Staples Canada: La-Z-Boy Ellison Manager’s High-Back Center Pivot Chair | Was $275 Now $125

Posted by on October 23, 2014 at 8:30 AM

Staples Canada: La Z Boy Ellison Managers High Back Center Pivot Chair | Was $275 Now $125

This is one sweet deal! Staples currently has their La-Z-Boy Ellison Manager’s High-Back Center Pivot Chair on sale for $124.54 – it used to cost $274.54! That’s $150 off the retail price! You’ll also qualify for free shipping!

Click here to check out this deal @ Staples.ca now

The La-Z-Boy Ellison Manager’s High-Back Center Pivot Chair looks so comfortable that I wish I was sitting in it right now. Sure, my black leather office chair is very nice, and it’s quite convenient, but you just can’t compete with an office chair that was made by La-Z-Boy! They’re especially known for their recliners (thus, the famous term La-Z-Boy is used commonly, much like the way people will call tissue paper Kleenex, even when it’s a generic brand). Yes, La-Z-Boy has plenty of brand familiarity, and a great reputation, too.

This is a very good deal at Staples. This La-Z-Boy Ellison Manager’s High-Back Center Pivot Chair is a high end product, and I’d be very surprised if these comfortable-looking chairs were still in-stock tomorrow! If you’re looking for the perfect replacement for your office chair, or if you want to spoil yourself and get a luxury piece of furniture without breaking the bank, then I highly suggest that you check out this deal!

If you were to purchase a similar La-Z-Boy Manager’s Chair at Bizchair, it would cost you $501.99. I’ve included a brief review of a similar La-Z-Boy manager’s chair from a satisfied Staples customer below:

Husband was having back problems from sitting in his chair from a certain cheap store. So I went to staples and bought him this. First he complained that I spent this much on a chair, however he absolutely loves it! He’s in his office chair 8-10 hours a day and has not had a single pain since I bought him this chair! 

This deal expires on October 28th, but I’ll be shocked if this La-Z-Boy Ellison Manager’s High-Back Center Pivot Chair remains in stock until then. I hope you all have a great day today!

(Expiry: 28th October 2014)

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October 23

Sears Canada: 80% Off Lagostina Endura Wok – Now $20

Posted by on October 23, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Sears Canada: 80% Off Lagostina Endura Wok   Now $20

Sears has a great deal right now on the Lagostina Endura wok. Get it now for just $19.99, which is 80% off its original retail price of $99.

The Lagostina Endura is a heavy gauge and forged aluminum wok that can hold up to 3L. It’s non-stick, is safe to use on induction cook-tops and although hand-washing is recommended, could technically be thrown in the dishwasher if you want. It’s also oven save up to 350°F. Although it has a couple of negative reviews, one reviewer wasn’t able to use it on her induction range and the other found that it scratched her stove top. Overall, however, this wok boasts a general consensus of 4 stars out of 5 with 10 reviews like this one:

I bought this wok because my family love stir fry and we eat it often. This wok made the cooking extra easy and the clean up was just as easy. I am so impressed by this product and i wished that i had ordered more when it was on sale.

 

Living in a such a culturally diverse country as Canada is means that our kitchens need to be stocked with cookware essentials from other countries. A wok is one of those must-have kitchen items, especially considering its versatility. From deep drying to steaming, poaching and so much more, what can’t a wok do?

In fact, did you know that woks first originated in Guangdong, China. Their use has since spread into much of the industrial world. I have to admit that the only ever time I make use of my wok is to make General Tao but boy, is it worth it and very easy also! Just slice some chicken thighs into cubes, cover in corn starch and deep fry in a wok until golden brown. Then toss it with General tao sauce (either homemade or store bought) and that’s it!

As for shipping, you have a couple of options at your disposal: you can either choose to pay the $7.95 shipping fee to have this wok delivered straight to your door or you can go pick it up for free at a Sears store near you. Alternatively, if you add a couple more items to your cart and your total comes up to $99 or more, then your order will also automatically qualify for free shipping.

(Image Credit: Ginny)

(Expiry: 23rd October 2014)

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October 23

Amazon Canada: Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume 2 On Blu-Ray | Was $44 now $19

Posted by on October 23, 2014 at 7:30 AM

Amazon Canada: Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume 2 On Blu Ray | Was $44 now $19

Good morning, Bargainmoose readers! Today’s deal on Amazon is for the Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume 2 on Blu-Ray, and it’s a good one! We’ve recently seen Volume 1 on sale at Amazon (and it still is), but this is the first time that I’ve ever seen a substantial sale on Volume 2. Normally $43.98 on Amazon, you can now purchase the Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume 2 on Blu-Ray for $18.99 (plus $1.99 shipping). Now that’s a great price for 3 Blu-Ray discs packed with classic Looney Tunes cartoons!

The Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume 2 on Blu-Ray is a great set that features plenty of these classic Warner Brothers cartoons, including characters such as Bugs Bunny, Sylvester & Tweety, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and many others. What’s especially intriguing about the Blu-Ray version of this set is the extra Tex Avery cartoons that are included, which have been highly coveted for many years.

If you’re looking for something relaxing and nostalgic that you can play in the background when you’re busy around the house, or if you want to unwind and relax on a Sunday afternoon with something familiar, then you should consider picking up this set. I also recommend that you get The Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume 1, especially if you’ve ever enjoyed these cartoons when you were younger. They have aged quite well, and are still entertaining!

If you purchased the Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume 2 at Best Buy in America, it would cost you $42.99 US. It’s getting hard to find this set on Blu-Ray nowadays (it’s not currently listed on Future Shop, Best Buy, or WalMart). I’ve included a brief review of this Blu-Ray set from a satisfied Amazon customer below:

Watching these cartoons on a 72″ screen, fully restored in Blu-Ray is a real treat. The picture is nice and clean, the colours are vibrant. 

I hope you all have a great day today!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 22

DC Shoes Canada Promo Code: Exclusive Extra 40% Off All Sale Styles (+ Free Shipping)

Posted by on October 22, 2014 at 10:00 PM

DC Shoes Canada Promo Code: Exclusive Extra 40% Off All Sale Styles (+ Free Shipping)

Reduced prices in the sale section are great and all but what’s even better is getting an additional discount. During the next week, you can save an extra 40% off all sale styles at DC Shoes with our Bargainmoose exclusive. Plus, DC Shoes also offers absolutely free shipping on any order!

Click here to shop the sale section @ DCShoes.com now

  • Coupon Code: MOOSE40
  • Discount: extra 40% off sale
  • Expiry: 28th October 2014

Don’t skip over this deal thinking that all DC Shoes offers is shoes. Their inventory is actually compromised of a whole lot more than just footwear and in fact, their sale section has loads of selections from bags, clothing, to sandals, accessories, snow apparel etc.

Although the style is a little too funky for my taste, I found the women’s squad snowboard jacket on sale for $98.99 (reg. $199.95), which means that with the Bargainmoose exclusive, it comes even further down to just $59.39. Shopping for a nice winter jacket in the fall or even winter seasons can be somewhat of a challenge on one’s wallet at times, so the fact that there is such a large discount to be had on it is actually rather surprising. This jacket could most certainly be perfect for snowboarding or even skiing as it features mesh lined venting, a hidden bandana and a waist gaiter. It’s only available in XS and S, but I chose it to demonstrate just how much you can save.

Speaking of snowboarding, there are even a couple of snowboarding boots in the sale section! Given how expensive these can be, I certainly hope that all of your snowboardin’ Moosers will jump at this opportunity. My favourites are definitely the women’s search snowboard boots, which come down to $53.99 from a sale price of $89.98 (reg. $179.95). They come in either white or turquoise and feature a BOA H3 coiler closure system and a new Unilite outsole. The only review they have is the following 4/5 star one:

BOA system is easy to use and saves time vs. traditional laces! However, the occasional readjustment is required if boarding for the day. Inside lock for laces is hard to unlock, but it just takes time so be patient.

It’s only available in a medium, but I also spotted an awesome boy’s amo snowboard jacket for $32.39 instead of $53.99 (reg. $109.95) and as I’m sure plenty of parents will appreciate, it’s nice and bright. Plus, it also has a near perfect rating with a total of 4 reviews.

All in all, there is plenty to choose and save on, but if you happen to miss the chance to use our Bargainmoose exclusive, then make sure to keep an eye on our forum for more DC Shoes promo codes.

DC Shoes Canada Promo Code: Exclusive Extra 40% Off All Sale Styles (+ Free Shipping)

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October 22

How to Haggle Your Way to a Better Deal

Posted by on October 22, 2014 at 8:00 PM

How to Haggle Your Way to a Better Deal

Ladies, you’ve probably heard this at least once in your life.

When it comes to haggling for a better deal, most women have one thing in common – they suck at it.

Linda Babcock and Sara Lashchever, authors of Women Don’t Ask: Negotiation and the Gender Divide, reveal some interesting statistics on their website.

According to their book, 2.5 times more women than men said they “feel a great deal of apprehension when negotiating” and men initiate negotiations four times as often as women. Women compared negotiating to “going to the dentist,” while men compared it to “winning a ballgame” or a “wrestling match.” This opinion costs women money.

Get this, the book also revealed that women will voluntarily pay $1,353 to avoid negotiating the price of a car and that women are more pessimistic about what they can get from negotiating, so they typically ask for and get less than men – 30% less to be exact. Even worse, 20% of female adults – that’s 22 million people – avoid negotiating at all, even though they know that sometimes negotiating is called for and necessary.

You may think these statistics come from one source and they could be biased, but there are countless other sources that show that women have difficulty negotiating for raises or their job offers.

In fact, compared to other places in the world, North Americans negotiate a lot less, but it hasn’t always been this way.

“One hundred years ago, Americans used to negotiate because we weren’t as affluent as we are now. After the Second World War, we had a monopoly on a lot of the world’s manufactured goods and people had to deal with that kind of ultimatum, so a (no choice on the price) attitude became much more pervasive,” said Herb Cohen when I interviewed him about the art of the deal in 2010.

Herb Cohen is one the world’s foremost negotiators. He helped create the F.B.I.’s hostage negotiation program, he advised U.S. President Jimmy Carter on the Iranian Hostage Crisis and he is arguably credited with coining the term, “win-win situation.”

As a woman, you may suck at negotiating, but like Cohen told me, “Anything that’s the product of a negotiation can be negotiated for. You just have to know how to do it effectively.”

So without further adieu, here are a few ways to do just that.

Do Some Research Before You Suit Up

WikiHow recommends finding out how much what you want is going for by either comparing prices online or visiting other stores in your area. Make sure you’re comparing apples to apples and you’re not looking at a used product or one with considerable damage that isn’t what you’re buying. Arm yourself with proof of lower prices in case the store clerk is willing to match or beat them. Also familiarize yourself with the various features of the product and how they compare with other models or competing products, so that you know the difference between them and value of each and can set the perimeters of the deal.

Have Your Lowest Price in Mind Before You Start

Thanks to the research you do, Kiplinger points out that you should have a fair price in mind – or at least the lowest price you’re willing to settle for – and you can use the research you’ve done to make your case. However, don’t name that price. Staying quiet can work to your advantage, as silence is awkward and can get the seller to volunteer a lower price, especially if it’s the end of the day or the seller looks eager to leave or close the deal. Get them to quote a price first and then ask how much they can come down, don’t give them the price you have in mind. Never give away a number right away. If the seller says “Yes” you’ll never know if you could’ve gone lower and got an even better deal.

Keep Negotiations Friendly

Too many people see a negotiation as a battle with a winner and a loser, but most expert negotiators say that if one of the parties involved in the deal goes away unhappy, then you have haggled wrong. According to The Telegraph, you should start by building a rapport with the salesperson. Smile, ask for their first name and give them yours. Then you can start with a little small talk before you get down to business. Get them to show you the product that you’re seeking and walk you through its features. You may know this information already thanks to your research, but it can help put the seller at ease and make them eager to help you.

Remember, you want them to work with you and not against you. You also want to help them out and try to create a win-win situation for both sides. Ask them about their current stock because maybe if they help you with a deal, you can help them by getting rid of some of their overstock. Frame all your discussions as if you need them to help you.

Look for Flaws, Defects or Age Indicators

You should never pay full price for a flawed or damaged product, so if you spot flaws, point out what’s wrong and use it as a reason you should get a deal. You can also use the same tactic if you’re buying a floor model, used products, last year’s model, or the last one left.

Never Take No for an Answer and Always be Prepared to Walk Away

Don’t just say you’ll walk away if you can’t get a deal – actually do it. Stand your ground and keep asking the salesperson questions. Don’t let them rush you into a buy, take your time and work all the angles. Know that if it doesn’t feel right, you can walk away at anytime and make sure the salesperson knows that. If they see a potential sale walking out the door, they may suddenly get a bit more cooperative.

Bundle Your Items

Before you start in on the big main event item you you’ve come for, take a look around the showroom floor and see if anything else catches your fancy. If something does, put it in the back of your mind because you may be able to save that one for later. The more you’re able to bundle your purchases together, (doing the seller a favour by taking more merchandise off their hands) the steeper the discount you should be entitled to.

There you have it, did we miss anything? What’s your favourite haggling strategy and are women really as bad at it as people think? Leave your answer in the comments below.

Photo credit: Keith Chastain

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October 22

Canadian Freebies: Free 2015 Calendar @ Telus

Posted by on October 22, 2014 at 7:30 PM

Canadian Freebies: Free 2015 Calendar @ Telus

Request your absolutely free physical copy of a Telus 2015 calendar right now. You do not need to have any Telus services to request your free calendar.

While digital calendars are the way of the future, physical calendars are still very nice. It is easier to coordinate family schedules where everyone can just drop their varies events, vacations, and appointment in one place. Enter the physical calendar: a wad of high quality printed-paper that has been keeping families sane for years.

Requesting your free calendar is simple. Click through the above link and then answer a series of questions. You will be asked for the following:

  • Phone number
  • What Telus services you have (if any)
  • How you heard about the deal
  • Your address

I do not need a calendar myself, so I sent one to my parents instead as they use one to coordinate my father’s work schedule. I am not going to tell my mother I sent them one, it will just be a nice surprise when it shows up. After submitting all the information and verifying the mailing address was correct, Telus said:

Your calendar will be on its way soon. It should arrive at your door in approximately 4 to 6 weeks.

Most freebies take that long to ship these days. I do not mind a bit as I am getting things for free. I have no idea how long this offer will last, so take advantage of this sooner rather than later. I would most certainly order by the middle of November (if this promo is still on then) to make sure you have your calendar in time for the New Year. I expect shipping might even be delayed a bit longer due to the backlog of packages and mail that is sent at Christmas time.

Hey Moosers, do you use a physical calendar anymore? If so, let me know why in the comments below.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 22

Starbucks Canada Fall Sale: 25% Off Coffee, Mugs, Tumblers Etc.

Posted by on October 22, 2014 at 4:30 PM

Starbucks Canada Fall Sale: 25% Off Coffee, Mugs, Tumblers Etc.

Hey Starbucks lovers, I have a sweet deal for you! Starbucks’ Fall Sale is now on and you can save 25% off a variety of merchandise from coffee, syrups, tumblers and more.

Did you know that Starbucks’ infamous pumpkin spice latte, or PSL for short, has been around for more than a decade? If this is your drink of choice during the fall season or even if you are curious to try a version of it, then definitely check out the VIA pumpkin spice latte. It’s on sale for $5.49 (reg. $7.95) for 5 pouches that are dissolvable in 8 fl oz of hot water. Admittedly, it doesn’t boast the best reviews but I think it’s important to remember that although the VIA line of products are meant to replace the in-store pumpkin spice latte, it’s certain not to taste the exact same as it’s an instant version.

Starbucks’ Thanksgiving blend is also on sale and can be yours for $13.99 (reg. $18.95) for a 1lb bag. It’s a dark roast coffee that boasts a full body and herbal notes. It’s actually a mix between the popular Sumatra and Guatemala Antigua blends. In fact, here’s what quirky reviewer had to say about it:

A new favourite Starbucks coffee! Does not taste like pumpkins… or turkey for that matter. Very good! Will be sure to purchase again.

There is plenty more merchandise to pick and save on, but here’s a short list of the products that caught my attention:

Love caramel? Then you might be happy to know that Starbucks’ caramel syrup is also currently on sale for $6.99 instead of its original retail price of $9.95. It comes in a 350ml bottle and in case you have never tried it (though I doubt that many of you haven’t Starbucks Canada Fall Sale: 25% Off Coffee, Mugs, Tumblers Etc. ), it features smooth and buttery caramel tasting notes. I have ordered numerous caramel lattes and the syrup definitely does add a very pleasant butteryness to any drink! But do keep in mind that to make a caramel macchiato, you actually need vanilla syrup and not caramel!

Even better is that although shipping is usually only free on orders over $75, this time around the minimum threshold has been lowered to $50.

(Image Credit: Chrissy Hunt)

(Expiry: 31st October 2014)

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October 22

Naturalizer: Dana Boots $80 (Was $140) with Free Blanket

Posted by on October 22, 2014 at 3:30 PM

Naturalizer: Dana Boots $80 (Was $140) with Free Blanket

Naturalizer Canada has a few deals going on that you can combine into a very good deal. In the end you will be able to purchase a pair of Dana Boots for just $79.99 after coupon code (was $140) and receive a free blanket with your order.

Click here to purchase a pair of Dana Boots @ Naturalizer Canada now

  • Coupon Code: 14WINTER20
  • Discount: 20% off
  • Expiry: 1st December 2014

This is how the deal goes. The Dana boots are currently on sale from $140 down to $99.99. Use the above coupon code to bring the boots down to a beautiful $79.99. You are saving $60 on a pair of boots that you can easily wear to the office, dress up with a swinging dress, or dress down with a pair of jeans.

Now, right now Naturalizer Canada has another sweet little promotion on. When you purchase any College or AquaCollege boots, you will receive a free fleece blanket.  As the website so helpfully tells us, “the Dana dress boots from College” would then qualify for this offer as that company makes them. I usually try to do nicer banners but I included the banner for that offer above so you can see it for yourself. There are limited quantities (though I just received this promo today) so purchase sooner rather than later.

I think that a pair of boots for $80 plus a free fleece blanket is a great deal. The boot is still in stock in four different colours with a plethora of sizes to choose from. While black leather is a good standard, the burgundy adds a nice pop of colour for fall. Dana boots come in both wide and medium sizes for different widths of feet as well.

There is not a lot of information on the free blanket. All I know is that it is fleece and the offer on the blanket expires on the 1st of December or when they run out of blankets – whichever comes first.

Shipping is just $5 for the first item, then $2 for each additional item in your order. Check out the sales section for other great deals and the 20% off handbags sale going on as well. The coupon code above works on all items on the website including sale items, so it might be worth buying a couple pairs of shoes. I am not sure if you can get more than one fleece blanket if you buy more than one pair of College brand shoes.

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October 22

Crocs Canada: 50% Off Crocbands

Posted by on October 22, 2014 at 3:00 PM

Crocs Canada: 50% Off Crocbands

Crocs Canada is offering 50% off select Crocband shoes for adults and kids. Pick up a few pairs now as this deal only lasts for two days.

Crocs are the ultimate shoe for comfort but not so much for style. Screw style, winter is coming and the faux hardwood floors in my home get so gold my feet feel like they are turning into miniature icebergs.

For adults, choose between the Crocband and the Crocband II.5 Clog. Both look pretty close to the same but you will notice subtle differences. The logo has moved from the back to the side. On one pair, the stripe goes all the way around whereas on the other style the stripe does not go across the front of the toe. Instead, the front toe looks more like a sneaker toe. I also think the Crocband original might have a more upturned toe than the 11.5 but that might be my imagination. Financially it does not matter which pair you buy. Both were $44.99 originally and are on sale for $22.49 for today and tomorrow.

Adults can also purchase the Crocband Flip for just $16.49, originally $32.99. Honestly, I would use these instead of slipper around the house. I know the legendary comfort of the Croc footbed that is far superior to any slipper I might buy. These or the Crocband shoes would be so comfortable while doing dishes or housecleaning.

For the kids, you also have the option between the traditional Kids’ Crocband or the Kids’ Crocband II.5 Clog. Originally $34.99, these clogs are reduced to $17.49 a pair. I think Crocs make an excellent option for kids, as they are super durable and will probably last longer than your child will fit into them. Then they can be handed down or given away.

While I do not like the way Crocs look, I love the way Crocs feel on my feet. They are so comfortable I could just live in them.Crocs are also great in water and you can clean sand out of them easily so they make a great beach sandal. I totally understand why people buy and wear them all the time. Fortunately, Crocs do come in more colours than ever these days so many I can find a colour combination I actually like.

There is a $9.99 shipping charge but if you shop for over $100, then your order will qualify for free shipping.

Image credit: David Chidester

(Expiry: 23rd October 2014)

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October 22

Book Outlet Canada: Get 15% Off Unique Coupon Codes

Posted by on October 22, 2014 at 2:30 PM

Book Outlet Canada: Get 15% Off Unique Coupon Codes

Claim your very own unique coupon code for 15% off at Book Outlet Canada. Just fill out your name and email address through the link below to receive your unique promo code.

I requested my coupon and it arrived immediately. Each code is unique so I cannot just do it one time and then supply the coupon to all of you. I was pleased that the code arrived so fast. I forwarded it on to my husband as I really shouldn’t be purchasing anymore books. The picture above is of the books I just purchased this weekend from a local used book sale.

My husband is currently reading through a legendary series – Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan. He is on book four and has up to book six in the series. These are mammoth books to read and I am surprised how quickly he is going through them. I might use the coupon code on a couple more books in the series for him. I found The Path of Daggers (Wheel of Time, Bk. 8) in scratch and dent for $3.99. After coupon, it comes down to $3.32. I could also buy him A Crown of Swords (Wheel of Time, Bk. 7) for $5.09 after coupon (was $5.99). Then he would have the next two books in the series.

As you can see from above, my Terry Pratchett obsession continues. If you want to jump on the Pratchett bandwagon, I suggest picking up a copy of Reaper Man for just $3.32 after coupon (was $3.99) and Snuff. Snuff is a new one for me but it sounds fantastic! Sort of like a murder mystery set on Discworld, which is right up my alley. The hardcover of Snuff is $6.99 and comes down to $5.94 after coupon.

I was actually pretty shocked to see Gaiman’s The Ocean at the End of the Lane and Chu’s Day on Book Outlet. Both of these books are still incredibly popular. Chu’s Day is really great fir kids going to school for the first time whereas The Ocean is best for adults. I want both. Ocean in hardcover will cost me $6.79 (was $7.99) and Chu in hardcover will cost $5.94 (was $6.99).

Shipping is just $3.99 and $0.75 cents per item. That is reasonable when you consider how heavy books are and how much shipping has gone up. I shipped just a shirt to Saskatchewan yesterday and it cost me $12!

(Expiry: 31st October 2014)

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October 22

HP Canada: HP H2800 Orange Headset $15 (Was $35)

Posted by on October 22, 2014 at 1:30 PM

HP Canada: HP H2800 Orange Headset $15 (Was $35)

HP Canada is in the middle of four days of Flash Deals. Today they are offering a sweet HP H2800 Orange Headset for just $14.99 and free shipping, originally $34.99.

You save $20 and score a comfortable set of basic headphones to pair with your iPod, iPhone, or android device. The headset has an in-line microphone, headset controls for ease of communication, and is compatible with almost anything. The flat cord is tangle resistant. This headset comes with a two-year warranty so if anything goes wrong you can get it fixed or trade it in for a new pair.

I like the orange and white colour scheme. White always reminds me of Apple products because of those ads from several years ago that highlighted the white ear buds on brightly coloured backgrounds with blacked out people. The orange gives a nice pop of colour and is just fun.

The HP flash sale has some other nice deals as well. Today they are also offering an HP S9500 Bluetooth Wireless Speaker for just $69.99, originally $129.99. The speaker is all angles with a futuristic design that requires minimal space. At first glance, it looks like an open book standing on the long side of its pages. I assume the designers were going for a different look.

The wireless speaker is Bluetooth 2.1 enabled for connectivity of up to 10 m (33ft). Connect to Bluetooth enabled computers, tablets, Android devices, iPhones, and MP3 players like the Touch.

For sound output, enjoy the power of 40mm drivers with 80-decibel signal-to-noise ratio, with 6W and 20Hz power output. A rechargeable lithium-ion battery will give you up to eight hours of consecutive playtime at moderate volume before needing to recharge. The website does not mention how long it will take the device to fully charge. For a good size wireless Bluetooth speaker from a reputable brand this is one of the cheapest I have seen.

There are a couple of desktop computers on sale in this flash sale as well. Keep in mind that all these deals will expire at the end of today and new ones will pop up tomorrow. I suggest checking back tomorrow for the new deals as well, you may find something awesome.

HP Canada is currently offering free shipping and free returns across Canada. Depending upon what you buy, you can always try and combine one of these active HP coupons with your order.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 22

Ardene Canada Flash Sale: 25% Off Sitewide

Posted by on October 22, 2014 at 1:14 PM

Ardene Canada Flash Sale: 25% Off Sitewide

For 23 more hours, check out Ardene’s flash sale with 25% off absolutely everything on site, no coupon needed.

Ardene is known for their hot promotions, such as 3 for $15 or buy 1, get 1, but if you didn’t want to buy one then find another you like, you could just straight shoot it and get 25% off right now on anything you want. Even better, you can also get those hot deals and then get another 25% off on top. Let me show you how.

This black and white long knit sweater is perfect for wearing over leggings. I love leggings and I love sweaters I can wear with them. It is regularly priced at $34.50. When you add it to your cart, it comes to $25.87 after the discount (which for some reason says the buy 1, get 1 50% off discount but it is not that discount). I decided I have a friend who would love this sweater too, so I added a second sweater to my cart. Instead of giving me a total of $69 for two sweaters, it gives me a total of $51.75 as the second sweater is 50% off and then down below an additional $12.94 is taken off, giving me a grand total of $38.81. You are basically getting the second sweater free.

The same goes for the two for $40 jeans. While one pair of jeans is $29.50, two pairs are $40, but once you add them to your cart, an additional $10 will be taken off, essentially giving you two pairs of jeans for $30. That’s a very sweet deal and would go very nicely with the sweater.

Even hotter, check out what hot deals lurk in the sale section as I found some beauties. For example, this tie front blouse was already 70% off, with a regular price of $17.50 and marked down to $5.25. Add it to your cart and you’ll get the other 25% off, scoring this blouse for a cool $3.94!!! This blouse isn’t the only sale item to be an amazing deal, there are lots of other items you can get like this for less than $5.

Shipping is free on orders over $59.99.

(expiry: 23rd October 2014 @ noon)

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October 22

Buytopia Canada Promo Code: $10 off $10+

Posted by on October 22, 2014 at 11:30 AM

Buytopia Canada Promo Code: $10 off $10+

You will need to be quick with this coupon, because we don’t know the expiry! Basically you’ll get $10 off any order you make over $10. Your total can’t be $0, it needs to be at least one cent, but that’s pretty kick ass!

Click here to shop @ Buytopia.ca now

  • Coupon Code: FreeB10
  • Discount: $10 off
  • Expiry: unknown (still working on the 23rd oct 2014)

We did a survey yesterday about Buytopia and they presented us with this coupon. They said it would only last 48 hours and it looks like it will accept more than one order, so of course we had to share it with our loyal Moosers. Because you are so loyal, I know you’ll let me know when it does expire, in the comments below. When you get it working, tell me what hot deal you got as well!

I took advantage of the Gillette razor blades deal, as those things are major expensive! I actually use the men’s blades as I find my shave is much better than with the ladies razors I’ve used, so I’ve stolen my husband’s razor, but he was ok with it. You’ll get a pack of eight razors, which they say is worth $60, although in store I don’t think it is that high. Regardless, once you add the coupon code, you’ll get them for $4 plus shipping, which came to $4.99, for a total of $8.99, which is just over $1 a blade!

My son has expressed he wants a iPod for his upcoming birthday, but I know he’ll do fine with an MP3 player like this one on sale from Buytopia. I can choose the colour and I can also pay a little extra for 16GB of memory. Instead of the $80 regular price they advertise, it would come down to $7 plus $8.99 shipping.

There are quite a few other deals and you don’t need to just use this coupon on the cheapest deals, getting $10 off on the $100 deals is well worth it too. Although, if you are spending over $100 on a deal, you might want to use the flash sale code they have up today, which you’ll find on our Buytopia coupon page.

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October 22

WalMart Canada: Contours Lite Baby Stroller | Was $120 Now $75

Posted by on October 22, 2014 at 11:25 AM

WalMart Canada: Contours Lite Baby Stroller | Was $120 Now $75

Hey there, my fellow deal hunters! WalMart currently has their Contours Lite Stroller on clearance for just $75 – the regular price of this baby stroller is $119.99. If you wanted to buy this stroller on Amazon, it would cost you $159.98! It’s also on sale at Diapers.com for $95. What’s especially great about this WalMart deal is that you’ll also get free shipping with your order! That’s right – Wednesday is a great day to save!

If you’ve been seeking a reliable stroller for your child, then your search should end when you check out this Contours Lite Stroller! It’s got some great features, including a recline-able seat, a parent cup holder, a storage basket, swivelling front wheels that can help you steer easily, a child tray complete with drink holder, an adjustable 5-point harness, and a large canopy that can help you keep the sun away. You can learn more about this Contours Lite Stroller by clicking here.

If I had to purchase a stroller for my child, I would make sure that it was safe, easy to maneuver, and highly rated online. This Contours Lite Stroller thankfully has many favourable reviews online, and I’ve included a snippet of one of them from a satisfied WalMart customer below:

I first used the stroller at home. It was light and easy to manuever in the house. If I needed to, I could carry it up and down the stairs. I think Baby Savvy enjoyed it too. I gave her a bottle on more than one occasion and would rock the carraige. Before I knew it, she was asleep. This must have been a sign of comfort. When we go out for a walk, I like the protection of the oversized orange shade. It is not big and bulky so it was easy to get in and out of stores. 

Since this Contours Lite Baby Stroller is on clearance, it may not be in stock for very long, so check it out while this deal is still valid. Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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