December 18

(Save 60%) Schleich Big Knight’s Castle Was $168 now $67 @ Amazon.ca!

Posted by on December 18, 2014 at 8:59 AM

(Save 60%) Schleich Big Knights Castle Was $168 now $67 @ Amazon.ca!

It is time to pillage and raid! Schleich Big Knight’s Castle is on sale @ Amazon.ca – it was $167.99 and is now only $67.20. You will save 60% after you grab this castle from Amazon. This item also qualifies for free shipping.

There are rumors brewing of an enemy attack. I have heard there are knights, ninjas and pirates lined up outside the city gates, and they look like they are ready to fight. The king has taken his council in to his chambers and soon the battle will begin. This is an awesome deal if you have a kid who loves pretend play. Most little faces (and enthusiastic adults also!) would light up seeing an amazing castle of this size and detail.

This big model includes many details that many other play sets do not have.  Make sure you save floor space for this set. This set is humongous at 140 x 56.5 x 55 cm. Some of the great features include:

  • A trap door and secret passage to the dungeon
  • 2 figures included- Dragon Knight and Griffin Knight with shields
  • Moving gate with realistic sound
  • Individual castle pieces are able to mix and match to create several different looking castles
  • Detailed rock work and building

On Amazon.ca this castle is rated as #8 in Toys & Games > Action & Toy Figures > Figures. This set has high reviews and users seem to love it. One user was skeptical of the age range for this set until the box came.

“My six-year-old daughter is going through a “fairy-tale castle” stage. I was initially taken aback that such an elaborate and expensive set would be recommended for ages thirty-six months to fifteen years. We were very impressed. This castle, though plastic, is exceptionally detailed with an amazing weathered look to the “stone”. This is, without a doubt, the best quality playset I have ever seen.” 

Buyers are reporting that the set is a little intimidating at first. The set has many pieces that are wrapped individually for shipping. Once the pieces are opened, the set assembles easily in 20 to 30 minutes. You may want to have a couple extra hands on deck to help you unwrap and put together this detailed monster if you want to have it ready to play quickly.

You will pay a lot more for this set elsewhere and all the price points seem to match. From around the web here are a few other places you could buy.

  • $150 @ LearningToys.ca
  • $160 @ Master Mind Toys
  • $160 @ Treasure Island Toys
  • $165 @ Toy Jungle

Most of the biggest retailers are not carrying this item, perhaps because of the size and detail. I would say this is a great buy. Schleich is known for detailed toys and there are many knights, dragons, horses and other pieces you can purchase to add on to this set. This set is a steal right now.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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December 18

SUPER HOT! Crayola Digital Light Designer Only $10 & Free Shipping @ Walmart! Quick! (EXPIRED)

Posted by on December 18, 2014 at 6:02 AM

SUPER HOT! Crayola Digital Light Designer Only $10 & Free Shipping @ Walmart! Quick! (EXPIRED)

While browsing Walmart for new clearance items first thing this morning, I spotted a deal on this Crayola Digital Light Designer. It looked like a mediocre deal, being just half price as marked on the Walmart site. But upon doing a price comparison, I saw that this was a much hotter price than expected – I’ll explain this below. Right now, you can click through to Walmart and pick up one of these for only $10 with free shipping.

As we’ve seen in the last few weeks, hot sale items on clearance at Walmart can sometimes sell out within minutes – if you are interested in this Crayola Digital Light Designer, buy it NOW and think later.

Why I think this is such a hot deal – let’s look at the prices elsewhere.

  • $49.99 @ Amazon.ca
  • $34.98 @ Toys R Us Canada
  • $39.99 @ Sears
  • $47.95 @ Mastermind Toys
  • $30 @ London Drugs
  • $95 @ Newegg.ca

See!? The Walmart price is fabulous. If you want to know if it will be at your door in time for Christmas, pop the item in your shopping cart and add your postcode and Walmart shows you the estimated delivery date.

If you want to know a bit more about this Crayola toy, here’s a little video.

It’s cute! I would have loved one of these when I was a young child. I simply adore all things Crayola.

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December 17

Costco Canada: Conair Curl Secret + Travel Hair Dryer & Straightener – Just $100 (+ Free Shipping)

Posted by on December 17, 2014 at 8:30 PM

Costco Canada: Conair Curl Secret + Travel Hair Dryer & Straightener   Just $100 (+ Free Shipping)

Save time curling your hair with the Conair Curl Secret. It’s currently $99.99 at Costco and comes with the following two bonus items: a travel dryer and a travel straightener. As usual, shipping at Costco is also absolutely free of charge.

The Conair Curl Secret features a tourmaline ceramic coated barrel with 2 PTC switches and 2 slide switches. It also has two heat settings and 3 timers. The timers are for how curly you want your hair: the longer you keep a strand in, the curlier it will be. Plus, it only takes 30 seconds for it to heat up, which means that you can plug it in and start using it practically right away without having to wait too long.

As I already mentioned, it also comes with a compact folding handle dryer and a mini ceramic straightener. Both of these would be absolutely perfect for taking on a trip or perhaps even using it on occasion at home.

Hands down, this is one of the best Christmas presents you can get a woman or girl right now. It’s a major time saver and best of all is that hair comes out looking amazing in just a matter of seconds. Although I don’t own one yet, I had the pleasure of trying one recently and I was very surprised at how curly my hair turned out. My hair doesn’t usually curl at all and yet within ten seconds, the strand I had inserted came out in a perfect curl. Certainly not a messy curl as in the picture above but if you wanted to, you could achieve that effect as well by teasing your hair after curling it.

Here’s what one reviewer had to say about it:

I love the Conair Curl Secret. I have medium length naturally wavy hair. It takes me about 15 minutes to curl my hair as I just curl the bottoms. The second day, I just need to touch up a few curls and by the third day, I have a beautiful full pony tail. You do not need to use ANY hair product at all (although I use just a tiny bit of curl serum). Loved it so much, many of my friends have bought it too and been super happy.

Everywhere else, the Conair Curl Secret is roughly $90 and doesn’t come with the 2 freebies that Costco’s bundle comes with. In fact, it’s such a hot Christmas gift that it’s already completely sold out at both Best Buy and Future Shop, but considering that you get the 2 freebies for a total of $99, Costco’s deal is definitely a much better one anyways.

(Image Credit: Martin de Witte)

(Expiry: Unknown)

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December 17

Save Money on Your Christmas Tree

Posted by on December 17, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Save Money on Your Christmas Tree

With Christmas around the corner, many people are taking their Christmas trees out of storage and getting them ready to be the centre of attention for the next few weeks.  Even more people are probably going to their nearest Christmas tree lot to look for the freshest and nicest tree… ready to shell out $100 for that fresh scent and authentic tree experience.

However, if you’re like me and you live in an apartment (where many by-laws do not allow you to have a fresh/ real tree in your apartment because of fire risk) then you may want to think about alternatives that can be good for the environment (and plastic Christmas trees tend not to be the best for the environment) and also good for your wallet.

Admittedly these ideas are probably more practical if you don’t have young children in the home, but they are still great ideas!

Here are a few ideas to save you money on your Christmas tree this year, especially if you’re open to thinking about an alternative Christmas tree:

DIY White Christmas Tree

Save Money on Your Christmas Tree

For the ultimate frugal Christmas tree, why not make it out of paper?  Popsugar has a great Do It Yourself article on how to make a Christmas tree entirely out of paper.  Extra props if you use recycled paper or paper you are planning to recycle anyways to make your tree.  I love how modern and minimalist it looks!

Tomato Cage Tree

Save Money on Your Christmas Tree

From Buzzfeed I love how this looks so amazing and is yet so simple.  Just grab a tomato cage and some lights and wrap it around and around and you are ready to make a beautiful tomato cage tree (it will be the centre of attention and discussion at your next party, I’m sure–“How’d you make that?”)

Christmas Card Tree

Save Money on Your Christmas Tree

Don’t know what to do with all the Christmas cards that you get?  Instead of placing them on the mantle or hanging them on a string across the room like everyone else does, why don’t you try making it into a Christmas card tree?  Simple and elegant and a great reminder of all the loved ones you have.  Home Life suggests that you use blue tack to stick them on your walls, that way you can re-arrange your ‘tree’ as you get more cards.  Also you probably don’t want to damage your walls which might be the case if you use regular tape of course!

Get a Potted Christmas Tree

Save Money on Your Christmas Tree

There are over a few hundred million trees cut every year just for Christmas.  The best alternative to buying a new tree (and throwing it away) is to buy a live, potted tree where after you use it, you can plant it into the ground (or have someone plant it for you) so that it is still alive for the next few years where you can dig it up and repot it again in your living room.  A small potted Christmas tree can look great in your living room, especially if you raise the bottom part of the tree, so that the tree looks bigger than it actually is.

Personally I would get an even smaller potted tree, but they are difficult to care for (e.g., they don’t last well indoors).  One option is to go with a tree rental service where they drop off your live tree and pick it up and replant it for you.  However, this option probably isn’t very economical, but it is good for the environment!

Go for a Cardboard Tree

Save Money on Your Christmas Tree

Instead of a paper tree you can get an even easier tree where you just need cardboard and scissors.  The Style at Home blog suggests getting a cardboard tree.  Literally thinking outside the (cardboard) box.  You can make a small one for your table or a larger one for the floor. Perfect for small spaces and great if you have pets (pets love tinsel, baubles, and can break your ornaments unfortunately), all you would need to do is fold it up when the holidays are over.  Although the company that made these cardboard trees doesn’t seem to be in business anymore, I don’t see why anyone couldn’t make this themselves.

Bargainmoosers, have you ever used an “alternative” tree?  If not, do you usually have a “real” tree or a fake one?

Photo credit: Stephen Woods

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December 17

Canadian Tire Pre-Boxing Day Deals Starting Soon – Flyer Here Now (19-24 Dec)

Posted by on December 17, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Canadian Tire Pre Boxing Day Deals Starting Soon   Flyer Here Now (19 24 Dec)

Canadian Tire has released their Pre-Boxing Day flyer. The deals in the flyer start Friday, December 19th and run through Wednesday, December 24th.

As per usual, all Canadian Tire deals are in store only. The Canadian Tire Flyer is extensive with 35 pages of incredible deals. We cannot cover all those deals for you, but here are a few that I picked out that look extra promising.

For Friday, December 19th only, receive a $50 promo card when you spend $200 or more at Canadian Tire. This promo card will then be valid from December 20th through 26th. That means you can use it on other deals in this flyer or on Boxing Day itself.

A Mastercraft 100-piece screwdriver set with soft textured grip will soon be on sale for just $25.99, which is 80% off the original price of $129.99. This would make a fantastic gift for the handy person in your house. A 62-Piece Airtool set might make a great gift as well at only $79.99 (was $279.99). The set comes with an impact wrench, ratchet, air hammer, and plenty of accessories.

The three-piece Cambridge 3-piece Luggage Set for only $29.99 is one of my favourite deals in the entire flyer. The set retails for $99.99, so you are saving 70% on a 23″ upright, 20″ duffle bag, and 14″ tote bag.

My husband is addicted to Anchor Glassware for storing leftovers and taking food to work. An eight-piece nestled set (4 bowls, 4 lids) will be just $6.99, originally $24.99 during this sale. We own several of these sets so I know this is an amazing price and they are very good quality. I just told my husband and he was all like “we are buying”!

For the man who does not have enough tools, this Stanley Fatmax 229-piece black socket set will fill him with glee. Originally $399.99, the set will be on sale for just $109.99.

I am not sure about you, but I have always wanted a Butane Torch. Different people might want this for different reasons: it can be used for soldering but it can also be used in the kitchen as well. I want it to make my favourite desert: Crème Brulee. Originally $39.99, the torch will cost just $9.99 come Friday.

Your mind might be blown, as there are so many other deals in this flyer. Get up to 75% off cookware, up to 70% off knives, and much more!

To see the rest of the Canadian Tire flyer, click here to view it on our forum.

(Expiry: 24th December 2014)

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December 17

Kanto YU3 Powered Bookshelf Speakers with Bluetooth @ Staples Was $340 | Now $160

Posted by on December 17, 2014 at 4:30 PM

Kanto YU3 Powered Bookshelf Speakers with Bluetooth @ Staples Was $340 | Now $160

Save 53% on these Kanto Bookshelf speakers with Bluetooth @ Staples. They were $339.99 but you can grab them with an exclusive coupon for $159.99 and free shipping.

Here is a great little pair of speakers to hook up in your living room, basement or backyard. The selection of Bluetooth speakers that sit on a shelf is limited and these seem like a great option in both sound quality and style. If you are looking to eliminate the wires this set may be a good choice for you.

These speakers also come in a variety of colours and with this sale you have a choice between a white matte or a grey matte colour.  The ad also suggests these speakers also hook up as a smaller pair of TV or computer speakers.

Here are a few features the speakers offer.

  • Bluetooth 4.0 technology Stream from any Bluetooth enabled devices
  • Inputs include: 2x Gold Plated Post Connectors, 1x Bluetooth Connector, 1x RCA connector, 1x 3.5mm stereo mini-jack, and 2x Toslink Optical connectors
  • 1 Sub-Woofer output
  • 2 USB charging outputs
  • 30 Watts RMS per channel (60 Watts Total)
  • Remote

I looked all over for reviews of these speakers in Canada. Though many places have these speakers, no one seems to want to talk about them. I went over the border and checked out US Amazon. Most of the reviewers seem happy with their purchase and gave a pretty good review. Most of the reviews for this brand overall were positive.  These speakers are even more expensive at the US branch of Amazon at $319.

One reviewer in particular seemed to fully evaluate the quality before giving a good review.

Kanto has produced the Jerry Rice of speakers, regardless of price. I have 3 pairs now. 2 YU3’s and 1 YUMI.  Lots of features listed in the ads. All accurate. What the ads can’t inform in the sound quality. They are amazing. Many reviewers caution they are not audiphiles. I am. $10k speakers, $15K processor, etc. These little guys are not a come down. I do not know how they did it. They sound like big expensive speakers, more volume without distortion in a small package for a minuscule price. Bluetooth sound is also, surprisingly, as good as analogue and digital.

If you try to buy these same speakers elsewhere, you’ll pay a ton more.

  • $270 @ Amazon- In black only
  • $270 @ NCIX
  • $299 @ Sears
  • $339 @ Shop.ca
  • $339 @ NewEgg – In green or yellow only

These speakers seem like a great little set for both the enthusiast and someone who just wants a better quality sound in their living room.  To get the extra $20 off promo code you’ll need to act before the December 20th expiry. If you miss the deadline, you can still get them for $180 before December 23rd if they don’t sell out.

(Expiry: 20th December 2014)

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December 17

Today Only @ Ardene Canada: Sweaters BOGO Free (EXPIRED)

Posted by on December 17, 2014 at 3:45 PM

Today Only @ Ardene Canada: Sweaters BOGO Free (EXPIRED)

Ardene is having a great deal today only where you can purchase sweaters buy one get one free! Ardene has sweetened the deal by offering free express shipping with a $60 purchase, which will also get to you in time for Christmas. Sweaters Ardene run $30-$40 per depending on the sweater, so this deal will save you about 50% on two.

Ardene has cute stuff. I always find that I am shopping for accessories at Ardene. Let us change it up a little and see what warm and cozy sweaters they have today.

I like this leopard print sweater is $34.50. This sweater fits loosely with a crew neck cut. I would pair this sweater with some red accessories such as a red bag. I might try a red skinny belt, though it may or may not work since it is a loose fitting shirt. I might even throw a black infinity scarf on top. Silver dangly earrings and a pair of cute flats or boots would also go nicely. I would check out the Mark’s Boxing Week Blowout sale for a great pair of boots to go with this top.

I also like the Vanilla Long Crochet Knit Sweater. I like this white version, but it also comes in blue or black. This was $31.50 but you could get it free with the other sweater. You can put different colour tank tops under this for a pop of colour to change up your look. On the other hand, you can pair this with a white tank top and you will have that snow bunny look. With an open weave, I would probably wear this sweater in the springtime when the temperatures are on the rise.

If you like Ardene’s clothes or are just in need of a couple good sweaters this is a good buy. They have a nice selection with lots in black, grey and white while playing on different patterns. That makes these sweaters versatile pieces in your wardrobe with a little bit of a style twist.

(Expiry: 17th December 2014)

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December 17

Get a Coupon for a Free Dark Chocolate Dream Latte @ Tim Hortons Canada

Posted by on December 17, 2014 at 3:30 PM

Get a Coupon for a Free Dark Chocolate Dream Latte @ Tim Hortons Canada

Want some free Timmies? Of course you do! No Canadian in their right mind would turn that down. Get a coupon sent to your email for a free dark chocolate dream latte.

Getting your coupon is seriously simple. Enter in your name and email address and you’ll be e-mailed your coupon. While I don’t like coffee, this looks a lot more chocolate than coffee and I do love chocolate. I actually signed up with two different email accounts for my coupon so there is one for my husband and one for me (or both for me, you know, whatever).

This coupon is only valid after 2 p.m. at Tim Hortons, so you might want to get it on your way home from work to keep you awake for your kid’s karate practice or dance lessons.

It says it can take 24 hours to get your coupon and so far I haven’t gotten one, but I’ll be waiting.

I looked at Tim Hortons online menu and I don’t see this latte on there, so it must be something new they are trying, hoping people love and will buy after their first free one.

Let me know when you get your coupon!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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December 17

Walmart: Disney Sound Soothers Were $50 | Now $19.97

Posted by on December 17, 2014 at 3:00 PM

Walmart: Disney Sound Soothers Were $50 | Now $19.97

Walmart Canada is selling Disney Sound Soothers by Cloud B for just $19.97 with free shipping, originally $47.97 to $49.97.

Sound soothers are plush toys with a removable sound box in them that runs on batteries. Two AA batteries are included with each toy. Each toy plays three different melodies that will sooth your child and send them off to sleep. You have a choice of three Sound Soother characters:

I just adore the baby Dumbo as I elephants are one of my favourite animals. I only own like five elephant plushies already so this Dumbo would feel right at home. Each sound soother p appears to play

  • Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
  • Spring Showers
  • Gentle Breeze

Walmart is not the only company that has put these on sale. Amazon Canada also has them for the same price, but one was out of stock and they had less than 10 in stock for the others [1 of Pooh, 6 of Dumbo, Simba OOS] so I am blogging this from Walmart instead. In addition, with Walmart you receive free shipping no minimum whereas at Amazon one toy would not qualify for free shipping. This is a significant price drop no matter where you buy the toys, so it was worth blogging.

While there are no reviews on Walmart, reviews on other websites are super positive. This mother said:

my daughter is only 4 months so she doesn’t play with it much yet. But it does put her right to sleep at night especially the last song I am not sure what it is but she goes right to sleep with that song on.

There are many more reviews like that from satisfied parents.

Now, the sound soothers are the best deal but you can also purchase the Star Soothers on sale from $52.97 – $64.97 marked down to only $24.97. Choose from Dumbo The Elephant Stars, Winnie The Pooh Baby Star, or Simba Baby Star Soothers. The best deal is on Dumbo as that set was originally $64.97 and is now $24.97 whereas the other ones were originally $52.97. As the name suggests, starry soothers transform your child’s room into a starry night sky. You can change colours to suit your child’s preference. I think these would make fantastic gifts!

These toys are all on clearance so quantities are limited and they may sell out at any time.

(Expiry: unknown)

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December 17

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel for PC, Xbox 360 or PS3 Only $39.99 @ Best Buy or Future Shop

Posted by on December 17, 2014 at 2:59 PM

Borderlands: The Pre Sequel for PC, Xbox 360 or PS3 Only $39.99 @ Best Buy or Future Shop

Christmas Holidays might leave you with a little more spare time than usual, so why not have some fun and try out the Borderlands: The Pre Sequel game for either the PC, Xbox 360 or the PS3. Right now both Best Buy and Future Shop have this particular Borderlands game title on sale, with a regular price of $59.99, for $39.99.

This game can be enjoyed by anyone who has a computer, PlayStation 3 or an Xbox 360. Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is set between Borderlands and Borderlands 2. You will witness the villain Handsome Jack transform into a power hungry tyrant. There are four playable characters which include Wilhelm the Enforcer, Nisha the Lawbringer, Claptrap the goofy robot companion and Athene the Gladiator. Do you remember these guys as your bosses in the previous Borderlands games?

I did a little price comparison to ensure that you really were getting the best deal from Best Buy Canada and Future Shop, so have a look:

Borderlands The Pre-Sequel is $59.96 @ Walmart.ca
Borderlands The Pre-Sequel is $54.99 @ Coscto.ca

This first person shooter was released on the 14th of October, 2014 so it is fairly new to be discounted so drastically. The story line seems to focus on Jack, who happens to be your enemy in Borderlands 2. This game does have some new features since Borderlands 2  though, like laser guns and items that possess a cyrogenic element. This effect can slow down and even freeze your enemies.

I’m not generally a first person shooter type of gal, but I do enjoy the Borderlands games I have tried. I have yet to try this pre-sequel but I wouldn’t mind giving it a shot for this price. If you have tried this game, let us know what you think.

Whether you decide to shop at Best Buy or Future Shop Canada, you will also attain free shipping. Shipping is fast too, fast enough to have the game at your door in time to be wrapped up under the Christmas tree. The Best Buy and Future Shop holiday order deadline is in 6 days if you live in Toronto. You can check your area’s shipping deadline on their shipping page.

(Expiry: 18th December 2014)

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December 17

Free Express Shipping @ Roots Canada – In Time for Christmas! ($17 Value)

Posted by on December 17, 2014 at 2:30 PM

Free Express Shipping @ Roots Canada   In Time for Christmas! ($17 Value)

Roots Canada is now offering free express shipping on all orders so that you can get your items in time for Christmas. No minimum is necessary, so hop on that last-minute shopping train and place your order!

I am not a procrastinator, but I know so many people who are. Some are not so bad. they shop the week before Christmas. The bad ones are out on Christmas morning trying to find a 711 or Mac store open. :p Well, if you still have some Christmas shopping to do, consider Roots Canada your online destination for neglected gifts due to your procrastination.

In the women’s section, I ran across the Algonquin Down Jacket that looks so cozy and warm! Originally $98, it is on sale for $79.99. The jacket has a 90/10 duck down fill and hits about hip length for extra warmth. It seems to be a popular product as only sizes XS and medium are still available.

In the toddler section, these Original Sweat pants are available in cherry pink or ocean depths. Originally $28, they are on sale for $19.88 and come with free express shipping of course. Most sizes are still in stock, from 2T to 5T. These are great for rambunctious little ones to run around in as sweats are very durable and can handle all sorts of spills, wipeouts, and dirt.

Personally, I love leather and think it is a most gift-able fabric. This Fold Over Tab Wallet makes an excellent gift for anyone needing a good quality wallet that will last them for years to come. Originally $68, it is now on sale for $52.99. I seem to be the only one in my family who ever buys people wallets – but they are really appreciated. My father needed an elastic to keep his wallet together so a brand new leather wallet was welcome. My husband’s was so stretched that cards kept falling out if he held it at the wrong angle. New wallet time!

Express shipping starts at $16.95, and goes up from there so this is a fantastic offer from Roots Canada. You will also get all your items in time for Christmas if you place your order before the free express shipping deadline.

(Expiry: 19th December 2014 @ 1PM EST)

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December 17

Entertainment Coupon Code: 50% Off Mobile App – Now $10

Posted by on December 17, 2014 at 2:00 PM

Entertainment Coupon Code: 50% Off Mobile App   Now $10

The Entertainment Book now has a mobile app that you can purchase instead of the book! It is like having the book on your phone, which is far more convenient than carrying the book around. Use the coupon code below to purchase the Entertainment mobile app for just $9.99, originally $19.99.

Click here to view the Entertainment mobile app @ Entertainment Book now

  • Coupon Code: CHEER
  • Discount: 50% off mobile app
  • Expiry: 17th December 2014 (code still working on the 18th)

The mobile app gives you digital access to all Canadian coupons and deals for only $9.99 a year. Seriously, you would be insane not to pick up this deal as you are bound to use enough coupons to cover easily the price of the app and save money on top of it. This app makes it easy to travel, as the coupons appear not to just be for your own city, but also for the rest of Canada as well. If someone could confirm this, I would be grateful!

This app is better than the book in many ways. First of all, who actually carries around a book these days? With the mobile app you do not have to carry the book with your or pre-plan what coupons you are going to use. All the coupons are on your phone at the touch of a button. If you decide on an impromptu trip to the local gardens, then make use of that 2 for 1 admission instead of missing out.

The only downside I can see, if that, is there are probably less region specific coupons on the app then you get in the book. That is my assumption, I could be wrong. I remember that the mobile version of the entertainment Book for Edmonton often had fewer coupons. However, for some of the restaurants you could find monthly coupons on the mobile version to use instead of being limited to the one or two you found in the book.

I am pretty sure the coupon code expires tonight (though I hope they extend it) so take advantage of this little gem before it goes! The best Christmas gift is an early start on saving in the New Year.

For this and any future Entertainment coupon codes, visit our forum.

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December 17

Free Sennheiser Headphones with Dyson Purchase @ Future Shop ($150 Value)

Posted by on December 17, 2014 at 1:30 PM

Free Sennheiser Headphones with Dyson Purchase @ Future Shop ($150 Value)

I am stoked about this sweet deal from Future Shop Canada. Receive a free pair of Sennheiser HD Pro Over-Ear Sound Isolating Headphones for free ($149.99 value) when you purchase a Dyson vacuum or air multiplying fan for $349.99 or more.

Dyson and Sennheiser are both higher end brands that I love. I currently own a Dyson vacuum and would love to own a Dyson fan. I have also been drooling over Sennheiser headsets for ages now.

For the free headset, you need to add these Sennheiser HD Pro Over-Ear Sound Isolating Headphones (HD280 PRO) to your cart with the Dyson product and they will be automatically discounted. This headset is an absolute classic for Sennheiser. While it may not be exactly what a casual music listener is looking for, it is designed for studio use with crisp clear sound and incredible differentiation. As one reviewer put it: if your music sounds good on this headset, it will sound good on any headset.

This deal is at its best when you purchase the lowest priced Dyson’s available. I would pick up the Dyson Digital Slim Multi Floor Vacuum (DC35) before the last few go out of stock. If I was to need a new vacuum cleaner, I think I would purchase this one. It is compact, cordless, and has a long arm that really reaches into hard to reach places. The vacuum retails for $349.99, so you will receive the headset for free. This vacuum has such positive reviews including:

Amazingly powerful for its size. Got construction dirt out of our new home’s hardwood floors that a bigger, more cumbersome vac had not picked up. Light, maneuverable and very easy to use. Love it!

My second choice would be the Dyson Animal Stick Vacuum (DC45AN) for $449.99. We have two cats and one of our big boys is a lovely black long-haired feline. That can be rather taxing on a vacuum cleaner. The animal line is designed to deal with pet hair and I know that would be a huge bonus in my household! There is cat hair everywhere – sometimes I feel like plastic wrapping the furniture! It is worse when they decide to join me in bed. They are warm furballs but they sure leave their fur lying around. I would also love the free headset with my new vacuum cleaner. Free Sennheiser Headphones with Dyson Purchase @ Future Shop ($150 Value)

This deal is a limited time offer only. You will know if it is still on as you will see this on the product page:

Free Sennheiser Headphones with Dyson Purchase @ Future Shop ($150 Value)

(Expiry: Unknown)

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December 17

The Source Canada: Total Chef Double Chocolate Fountain Was $120 | Now $80 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on December 17, 2014 at 1:29 PM

The Source Canada: Total Chef Double Chocolate Fountain Was $120 | Now $80 (EXPIRED)

If you are looking for a unique gift for friends or family or a fun way to entertain at a party, The Source has a great deal for you. Get the Total Chef double chocolate fountain in stainless steel for only $79.99, with a regular price of $119.99. This item will also ship for free as it is over the $25 minimum. It will also get to you before Christmas, as detailed on the shipping page for The Source, who has super fast shipping. You will be able to use it for your Christmas dessert!

I’m thinking of getting one of these chocolate fountains for my family for New Year’s Eve. The kids would absolutely love it, because really, who says no to flowing and delicious chocolate? You can dip fruit and other snacks into the chocolate, which is sort of like fondue, but so much better. Considering fondue machines run into the $50 price range, this item for $80 seems like so much a better choice.

If you are getting married soon, this would also be a fun way to do dessert. Just keep the bride far away from it as I once saw a photo of a bride splattered in the chocolate fountain that another guest knocked down. I don’t think that is a possibility if everyone is careful, but if you’ve got bad luck like I do, keep your white wedding dress far from the flowing dark chocolate!

This would make a unique gift for a new bride and groom or at a wedding shower.

You can melt 2lbs of chocolate per side, which doesn’t sound like a lot of chocolate – I could eat that in one sitting. Ok, I’m not being serious there, but 4lbs of chocolate should definitely feed all of your guests!

You could do one side dark and one side milk or one side white chocolate or one side dark chocolate. The bowls are also heated so your chocolate stays melted, because there is nothing worse than half-melted chocolate for dipping, which is the problem I sometimes get with fondues.

Home Depot sells this for $119.95 and Best Buy sells it for $91.98.

Photo credit: Theen Moy

(Expiry: 17th December 2014)

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December 17

Freebie Alert: National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation Free on Google Play

Posted by on December 17, 2014 at 11:30 AM

Freebie Alert: National Lampoons Christmas Vacation Free on Google Play

Free on Google Play today you can get the HD digital copy of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation just in time for a holiday movie night.

“Where do you think you’re going? Nobody’s leaving. Nobody’s walking out on this fun, old-fashioned family Christmas. No, no. We’re all in this together. This is a full-blown, four-alarm holiday emergency here.”

Poor Clark Griswald just wants the best holiday ever. If you have not seen this classic movie from 1989 you are missing the “the most fun-filled old fashioned family Christmas ever”.  The good news is today you can get it free and watch this holiday classic from any tablet, computer or Google play enabled device. To get this deal you will need a Google account.

You’ll also need to link a credit card, debit card, gift card or PayPal account but no charges will take place. Sneaky Google thinks if you have a card on file you’ll rent an extra movie or two.

This PG rated 1989 classic stares Chevy Chase as the dad who just wants a good old-fashioned Christmas. Plans do not always goes as we hope and Christmas just does not seem to run smoothly for Dad Clark, his wife Ellen and two kids. Things get even worse when the obnoxious relatives arrive, but Clark knows his Christmas bonus will still make it the best Christmas ever.

The National Lampoon’s series pokes a lot of comedic fun at family dysfunction and their holiday special does not disappoint.  While the first two National Lampoon films send the family on vacation trips, this one keeps them closer to home. You do not need to have seen the first two films to enjoy the film. This movie stands alone on its own though the rest of the films are classic comedies also.

Users on IMBD love this classic film including this review:

This is the one Christmas movie that I don’t anyone can ever get tired of. Chevy Chase returns in the third installment of the Vacation series as Clarke W. Griswold as he tries desperately to maintain his sanity during the holidays with all of his relatives coming to stay under his roof and enduring all the mishaps along the way. This is the funniest film in the series plain and simple. Chevy Chase has never been better. Christmas Vacation is filled with countless jokes and gags that it’s impossible not to laugh.

This movie is rated PG so I’d use discretion as a parent. There is a fair amount of cursing in the film. I would throw this on the TV after the littlest ones are in bed, grab some spiked eggnog and laugh my butt off.

Expiry: Unknown

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