March 1

ShoeMe Canada: 50% Off Blundstone Shoes – Now Just $99

Posted by on March 1, 2015 at 2:00 PM

ShoeMe Canada: 50% Off Blundstone Shoes   Now Just $99

Need boots? A number of Blundstone boots are up to 50% off at ShoeMe right now and can be yours for just $99!

There are 14 styles to choose from and they’re all $99 but the only hitch is that not all sizes are available as these are currently selling out like hot cakes.

I have never owned or worn a pair of Blundstone boots myself but I have heard extremely positive reviews about that, with many claiming these boots to be some of the comfiest and warmest they have ever owned. In fact, there even seems to be quite a following for these boots, with some people even referring to them as Blunnies!

They’re unisex, so you won’t have to worry about trying to decipher which style is for whom.

The ones that caught my attention the most are the 1306 Blundstone boots. They’re 45% off, were originally priced at $180 and are now only available in an 11.5 US size but I love their look as they feature a rustic brown leather. Like all other Blundstone boots, they’re made from durable leather, have reinforced stitching, and they’re also heat resistant up to 140°C.

My little one is nowhere near ready for them yet, but I’m really tempted to get myself a pair and to get her the kids’ 530 boots. They’re only 1% off — yes, you read that right — but how cute would it be for us to wear the same boots? ShoeMe Canada: 50% Off Blundstone Shoes   Now Just $99

Once you click over to their site, a popup should notify you of the ShoeMe coupon code SM20 for a 20% discount when you spend over $100. I added the 2 Lips Too sandals as they’re on sale for $14.25 (reg. $28.95) and are the cheapest shoes I could find but once I entered the coupon code, the discount was only applied to the sandals and not the Blundstone boots. So although it seems that there are exceptions to the code, you could use it to save on a another pair of shoes with purchase of the Blundstone ones.

On the bright side, shipping is free on any order, but hurry because sizes are selling out very quickly.

(Image Credit: Blundstoneboy)

(Expiry: Unknown)

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March 1

Sennheiser DJ Headphones Were $100 Now $40 & Free Shipping @ NCIX Canada!

Posted by on March 1, 2015 at 1:38 PM

Sennheiser DJ Headphones Were $100 Now $40 & Free Shipping @ NCIX Canada!

Check out this hot price on this hot brand of headphones from NCIX Canada! They are offering these Sennheiser HD 205-II Studio Grade DJ Headphones in black and grey, at a reduced price this weekend. They were originally $99.99 but just now, these popular headphones are only $39.99 with free Canadian shipping!

The cheapest I’ve seen this particular set of headphones in the past was last year, when they were $45 with free shipping on Amazon. Obviously the NCIX price shown above is now $5 cheaper than that, and a really great price point.

Let’s take a look and see how much these Sennheiser headphones are retailing for at other online stores in Canada just now (in ascending order):

The NCIX deal is a good one! I cannot believe that you can get a great quality set of over-ear Sennheiser headphones for less than $40.

Let’s google for reviews! Tech giant CNET reviews this particular model here and they have both good points and bad points to consider. With positive comments such as, “Noise leakage is minimal,” and negatives such as, “Midrange response is weak,” it’s worth having a full read of that CNET review and others like it, before you decide to buy these particular headphones.

The ratings by customers here on also would give you a good view of the average consumer’s response to these Sennheiser headphones. They achieved a score of four out of five, with a few people absolutely LOVING the performance.

The one reviewer who gave the headphones a 1 star rating said:

It is too tight and after using it for 2 months it no longer works in the left ear and sounds like right ear is on the way out.

Well, honestly that sounds like the person had got a faulty set, which can happen any time you purchase new electronics. I wouldn’t really see this as a reason to leave a bad rating – I’d be on the phone to the manufacturer to try and get it sorted out!

(Expiry: Possibly 1st March 2015 – Please note that the image I chose above may not represent the actual product – NCIX stated this on their site, so there may be slight differences in styling)

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March 1

Newegg Canada Coupon: $25 Off $150 With Visa Checkout

Posted by on March 1, 2015 at 12:23 PM

Newegg Canada Coupon: $25 Off $150 With Visa Checkout

*** Bump – this deal is back with a new coupon code! ***

Newegg Canada has a special deal for Visa holders. Receive $25 off any purchase of $150 or more when you use Visa Checkout and the following coupon code.

Click here to see the details of this promo @ Newegg Canada now

  • Coupon Code: VCMAR25
  • Discount: $25 off $150
  • Expiry: 21st March 2015

You must checkout via Visa Checkout to be eligible for this discount. This cannot be combined with the 5% Paypal cash back. The following exclusions apply:

Does not apply to Pre-order, Gift Cards, Marketplace or Open Box items. Cannot be combined with other promo codes, or promotions that include a free gift.

You can find that ultimate deal and then apply this coupon code for an extra $25 off.

Now for a sweet deal for my darling little Moosers. Pick up this HUGE Intel 730 Series 2.5″ 480GB SATA Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) for just $219.99 plus $9.99 shipping. The original price for this 480GB solid-state hard drive is $549.99. Use the coupon above to take the hard drive down to just $194.99 + $9.99 shipping and tax.

If that is a bit over your budget, you can also purchase this PNY Optima 2.5″ 480GB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) for $229.99 (was $249.99). This is not as high quality as the beautiful Intel up there, but it should certainly do the job. After the Visa coupon, you will pay $204.99 + $6.99. To sweeten the deal, there is a $20USD (Canadians are eligible) mail in rebate with this SSD. That rebate expires the end of this month so fill it out ASAP. The mail in rebate brings your costs down to $164.99 + $6.99 shipping (and tax). All rebate forms can be printed off Newegg’s website or linked to from there.

For the extra $30 though, I would go Intel as the reviews are better and the Intel SSD has a much better overall rating.

There are plenty of other awesome deals right now during the Mad March Savings. Do note that any deals that require promo codes cannot be combined with the Visa Checkout coupon.

Shipping costs depend on what you buy. For this and any future Newegg coupon codes, visit our forums.

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March 1

Le Chateau Outlet: Buy 2 Get 2 Free This Weekend! (Online Only)

Posted by on March 1, 2015 at 9:48 AM

This weekend, Le Chateau Canada announced a flash sale on select items in their outlet. The flash sale involves multiple purchases, wherein if you buy two items, you get two more for free! The free items would be the lower value items in your cart, you’d only have to pay for the two most expensive items.

At a quick guess, it looks like there are more than 500 items in this sale, and they’re all marked with the, “buy 2, get 2 free,” text in their product image so you can easily see which items on site apply to this offer.

In addition, there’s a 10% coupon code which stacks on TOP of this deal!

  • Coupon Code: 10AWINTER
  • Discount: 10% off
  • Expires: 31st March 2015

Here’s a selection of some items for your interest – these are the pre-discounted prices, before you apply the flash sale and the coupon code.


Le Chateau Outlet: Buy 2 Get 2 Free This Weekend! (Online Only)


Le Chateau Outlet: Buy 2 Get 2 Free This Weekend! (Online Only)


Le Chateau Outlet: Buy 2 Get 2 Free This Weekend! (Online Only)


Le Chateau Outlet: Buy 2 Get 2 Free This Weekend! (Online Only)


Le Chateau Outlet: Buy 2 Get 2 Free This Weekend! (Online Only)


Le Chateau Outlet: Buy 2 Get 2 Free This Weekend! (Online Only)

As you can see there is a wide variety of items at various price points, I’ve only chosen four in each category there. The sizing looks to be good too, with many sizes available in most of the styles.

What about shipping?

The regular shipping cost for Le Chateau online orders is a $7.50 flat rate. However this weekend, if you happen to spend more than $125, shipping drops to a flat rate of $5 which is pretty reasonable too.

(Expires: 2nd March 2014)

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February 28

How to Save Money Juicing or Making Smoothies

Posted by on February 28, 2015 at 8:00 PM

How to Save Money Juicing or Making Smoothies

The juicing and smoothie craze has taken North America by storm in recent years.  Many people tout the benefits of juicing and smoothies, benefits such as convenience (getting your meal in a drink is a pretty convenient way to go if you’re busy on the go), not to mention the nutritional benefits.  The nutritional benefits of drinking juice or smoothies include getting nutrients at the source (making it easily digestible for your body to absorb instead of working to break it down).

However, with all the benefits, juicing or smoothies can be expensive.  For example, a Vitamix (a very high powered blender) costs about $400 CAD and is considered to be every smoothie lover’s best friend.  Some people also feel that buying all those fruits and vegetables and blending it down to one drink, although nutritious, can be expensive (especially if you have to do that all the time for each drink you make!).

Despite the potential high costs of juicing or making smoothies, here are some ways in which you can save money on this nutritional diet change.

To Juice or Blend, That is the Question

First off, it would be prudent to decide whether to juice or blend smoothies.  They require different appliances.  To make juice, fiber is removed from the fruit or vegetable and often it is discarded.  To make smoothies, you drink whatever you throw in the blender (including protein powder, soy milk, peanut butter, etc.).

This great MoneyCrashers article can help you decide whether you want to juice or blend.   There are pros and cons to both.  I would personally lean more towards blending myself.

Buy the Right Machine

Although the Vitamix is $400 and is considered a fantastic blender for making smoothies (and soups, etc.) not everyone needs a industrial kitchen-grade blender.  The magic bullet (under $50) is great, however it does not grind ice down very well and does not grind seeds very well.  The switch to the Nutri-Ninja  ($100 at Canadian Tire or Walmart) was great and makes perfect smoothies.  Also, the Nutri-Bullet is similarly priced and works similarly well.

According to Fit Juice, the best juicers under $100 are the Breville 700W compact juice fountain and the Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Juice Extractor.

Save Money on What You Put In

There are several ways to save money on juicing or blending.

  • Buy your fruits and vegetables on sale
  • Only buy organic if you need to, for example, check out the list of the dirty dozen and the clean fifteen (for example, some of the dirty dozen fruits and vegetables include apples, strawberries, grapes, celery, peaches, spinach, sweet bell peppers, imported nectarines, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, imported snap peas and potatoes- these are fruits and vegetables that you would want to buy organic if you can)
  • Freeze your fruits and vegetables if you can, especially berries, blueberries freeze well and taste fantastic in smoothies
  • Raid your fridge, use leftovers that you have in your fridge for what you are going to throw into your juicer or smoothie
  • Throw in frozen kale and spinach before they wilt, which is a great way to avoid food wastage!  Make your greens and freeze them in cubes beforehand, so that you can just throw them in your smoothie when you’re ready to make it

Save Money on What you Take Out of the Juicer or the Blender

Many people discard the pulp after juicing, but using the pulp in recipes or using it in soup is a good idea to keep from adding to food waste.

If you have leftover smoothie, Whole Foods Market recommends that you can pour whatever is leftover to make a delicious smoothie ice-pop for a treat later.

Save Money By Making It Yourself

Of course, it goes without saying that you will save more money if you make smoothies and make your own juices.  Booster Juice, Jamba Juice all are delicious but you are paying $5 a smoothie or a juice.  I once went to a juice making shop and paid $8 for a 335mL amount of cold-pressed juice.  It was delicious but I definitely wouldn’t be able to drink that every day.

Bargainmoosers, do you juice or make smoothies?  Do you have any money saving tips to share?

Photo Credit: Bert Holf

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February 28

Take 20% Off LEGO Classic or LEGO City & FS on $25 @ Chapters Indigo Canada

Posted by on February 28, 2015 at 5:35 PM

Take 20% Off LEGO Classic or LEGO City & FS on $25 @ Chapters Indigo Canada

Kids love LEGO. Right now you can shop at Chapters and take 20% off the cost of LEGO Classic or LEGO City sets. This offer is valid at any Chapters or Indigo location as well as This is part of the Indigo Kids Best March Break Ever sale and will be available until the 8th of March 2015. You can even get free shipping if you spend more than $25.

Can you imagine the endless hours of imaginative play your child could have with these LEGO sets? March Break looks like it will be a cold one, so why not provide your kids with LEGO to occupy them indoors. After all, LEGO is much better than video games and smart phones in my opinion.

Whether your child prefers LEGO City or LEGO Classic, they will surely be impressed. With a total savings of 20% off the original price, you can get some pretty hefty discounts on the higher priced LEGO sets. Take the LEGO City Police Swamp Station 60069 for example. This LEGO City set would have normally cost you $110, but with this Chapters March Break sale you will pay just $87.96. There are so many LEGO City sets available, the combinations are endless. You can find everything from ATVs, Helicopters, Police Stations and more. These sets can all be used together to create your child’s dream city. You could even build two cities if you wanted to, and travel between the cities with the LEGO Trains City High-speed Passenger TrainThis train was $170 but right now you will pay just $136. 

As for the LEGO Classic Sets, they are great for all ages and genders. You can build everything from guitars to dinosaurs. Each creative box comes with enough pieces and ideas to create up to three different masterpieces by following the simple instructions. Of course you will want to invest in more than one of these LEGO bundles so you can come up with creations of your very own. The larger sets are sold out already, which is unfortunate because that is where the greatest discounts are. You can still get your hands on the smaller sets like the LEGO Classic Creative Supplement 10693 for just $19.96 instead of $24.95. This particular set will allow you to build a few different items like a dinosaur or a boat.

These discounts are available while supplies last. While this offer is available both in stores and online, shopping online also has the benefit of free shipping if you spend over $25 at

(Expiry: 8th March 2015)

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February 28

Waterproof Electronic Nose & Ear Hair Trimmer Only $4.16 & Free Shipping @!

Posted by on February 28, 2015 at 3:00 PM

Waterproof Electronic Nose & Ear Hair Trimmer Only $4.16 & Free Shipping @!

I was browsing the top-selling items on Deal Extreme just now, and I could see a lot of interesting things at great prices. One such item was this Waterproof Electronic Nose and Ear Hair Trimmer, which was standing out as it was such a low price – it’s got a 25% discount on its regular price and it’s now only $4.16 (Canadian dollars) and that also comes with free worldwide shipping!

The Waterproof Electronic Nose and Ear Hair Trimmer takes 1x AA battery… we’ve all got many of those around the house.

The device can be used for things other than noses and ears, it can be used as an all-round trimmer; it even has a photo of a woman and suggests that you can use the device for eyebrow trimming. You could consider bread-trimming too.

It’s hard to price compare the likes of this trimmer, as it’s a low-priced unbranded item. But I had a browse round the Canadian interwebs and the closest I can find to this kind of thing would be the likes of this Conair one from London Drugs, priced at $7.99. It doesn’t come with free shipping though. A similar one is $7.26 on Amazon here, but again, no free shipping. All in all, I think that the sub $5 mark on the above device from Deal Extreme is very good indeed, especially with the free shipping to your home.

Just in case any of you haven’t heard of them, Deal Extreme is a Hong Kong based site, which ships all over the world. They’ve been around for yonks, and I’ve ordered from them quite a few times – definitely reliable and trustworthy. It constantly amazes me how they can ship items like this, worldwide, for free. I guess they don’t have to deal with the jacked-up shipping prices on Canada Post, eh?

My partner is turning 40 next month, the big FOUR OH! As he ages, he’s finding many unexpected hairs growing from new and interesting places; most specifically – his ear holes. Sometimes I glance over and he’s trying to pull the hairs out with his fingertips. Sometimes he even borrows my tweezers to do it – this has to stop! This trimmer might be an ideal gadget for my partner, but it might not go down so well as a 40th birthday present!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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February 28

Hudson’s Bay: 70% Off London Fog Men’s Gloves (M or XL ONLY) – Now On Clearance $13.50

Posted by on February 28, 2015 at 2:00 PM

Hudsons Bay: 70% Off London Fog Mens Gloves (M or XL ONLY)   Now On Clearance $13.50Browsing around Hudon’s Bay’s website, I found a wonderful deal on the London Fog men’s gloves. Originally priced as high as $45, they’re now on clearance for just $13.50, which is a 70% price reduction!

Since they’re on clearance, sizes are restricted to the medium and x-large ones and they’re also only available in black. Personally, I much prefer getting black gloves anyways because of how quickly any other colour becomes dirty!

Not too long ago, my hubby bought himself a pair of gloves that look nearly identical to these and while he absolutely loves them, the problem is that he always misplaces them. Nearly every day, he asks me if I have seen them and once, he even forgot them in the shopping cart!

I figure that a second pair could help with this little problem. Perhaps this way, he could keep one pair in the car and one in his coat pocket to use outside!

The description on Hudson’s Bay’s site isn’t a very detailed one, so it’s really a case of what you see is what you get, but these gloves have a buckle detailing at the cuff and are lined on the inside. According to one reviewer, who got these for their 10-year old, the gloves fell off when he was playing in the snow, but then again, these aren’t exactly “play in the snow” kind of gloves either.

Here’s what another reviewer had to say about them:

These gloves are warm as it is lined with thinsulate and feels very durable.

From the only two reviews, these gloves have 4.5/5 stars.

They’re more expensive, but I also spotted the London Fog 10″ wool and leather strap gloves on sale for $42 (reg. $70). These too are limited in size and it’s unclear whether they’re for women or men, but they could make an interesting choice as well.

Extra 15% Off

If you have a Hudson’s Bay credit card, then you can save an additional 15% on your order by using it at checkout. This offer is only valid until March 1st.


Since Hudson’s Bay only ships orders over $100 for free, you would need to either get a big ticket item to reach that threshold or a couple of smaller items. Otherwise, a $5.95 shipping charge will apply, but even with this charge, the deal on these gloves is worth it.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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February 28

Canadian Freebie: Always Discreet!

Posted by on February 28, 2015 at 1:00 PM

Canadian Freebie: Always Discreet!

We’ve mentioned this freebie here on Bargainmoose in the past, but it’s quite a good one and worth another mention for the lady Moosers. You can order a free sample pack of Always Discreet – their sanitary product designed for bladder leaks.

It’s a pretty easy freebie to claim, just fill in all your details on the form at the link above and you will get your free within 4 to 6 weeks.

This reminds me of a thread I saw on Imgur here this morning… showing many text messages from males our buying sanitary products for their females. I’ve used an image from the thread above… and I had a few chuckles reading the rest of the items. I know that Always Discreet doesn’t quite fall into the same category as the aforementioned sanitary products, but it’s similar… and often expensive too! Enjoy your freebies ladies. Canadian Freebie: Always Discreet!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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February 28

(76% Off!) Naturalizer Ernesta Shoes Only $24.40 + $5 Shipping

Posted by on February 28, 2015 at 10:00 AM

(76% Off!) Naturalizer Ernesta Shoes Only $24.40 + $5 Shipping

While updating some coupons in the amazing Bargainmoose coupon pages, I spotted a code for which was offering an extra 20% off everything on site. And just now in their winter sale, there is up to 78% off sale prices, as Brooke mentioned here. I came upon these stylish Naturalizer Ernesta shoes which are already 70% off down to $33, and with the coupon code they would be only $26.40!

You must use the SPR15CANM coupon code to get these Naturalizer shoes for this price.

As you can see from the image above, the shoes are available in either black or brown leather. I’m partial to the black, as I feel that it goes with more outfit choices. The sizing availability is pretty good, though it may sell out fast. Order soon, if you are interested. Here’s the availability breakdown as I write this post:

Black Leather

  • 4 M
  • 5 M
  • 5 M
  • 7 N
  • 10 W
  • 12 M

Brown Leather

  • 4 M
  • 5 M
  • 5 M
  • 5 M

Naturalizer Free Shipping On $99+

If you’re only buying the Naturalizer Ernesta Shoes on their own, then you will have to pay the flat-rate shipping cost of $5. That’s not too bad, considering the high discount on the shoes themselves and the fact that you are getting an extra 20% off the sale price with the coupon code above. However, if you want free shipping, you can avail of that if your shopping cart is over $99. You could consider browsing through the Naturalizer winter sale and seeing if there are any other items you like, or even consider making an order with some friends or family members.

Naturalizer are an excellent brand with really good quality shoes, so I think this is a superb price for some quality footwear.

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February 28

Lole Canada: Cardigans Were $100 | Now $60 & Free Shipping

Posted by on February 28, 2015 at 9:15 AM

Lole Canada: Cardigans Were $100 | Now $60 & Free Shipping

With the warmer weather approaching, you might want to take your workout outside. I know I do! But, it isn’t cool enough to don a tank top and bare arms. Cover up with a cardigan from Lole, regularly $100 and now $60. There are a few styles on sale, so you are sure to find something you love. You’ll also get free shipping on any order.

I really love Lole and I love that I don’t have to pay Lululemon prices for the same quality of activewear and that I won’t have the same outfit as someone else.

My favourite of the cardigans on sale at Lole is the essential cardigan. There are six colour choices and I adore the yellow for that hit of freshness for spring. Unfortunately everyone else does too and only size small is left. The other choices also only have limited sizing because I bet everyone loves the feminine fit and the stand up ruched collar.

Somewhat similar to the essential is the unite cardigan. It is actually a hoodie with a drawstring hood and ribbed sleeves and hem. It has a sort of mesh-like look, but it actually made with bonded polar fabric, which is just warm and fuzzy. Three colour choices are available but there is lots of sizing available for this one.

Something with a little bit of a different look is the carey cardigan. It has an offset zipper and a sort of fold-over neck. This one is also made with organic cotton terry, so you can feel good in it and know you are wearing organic. Only medium is available in the dark charcoal mix but all sizes are available for the beaujolais mix. I like the beaujolais as it is sort of like a pink, but not what you’d think when you think pink.

The Interest cardigan is simple, with some strategically placed lines and a high neck to keep the cold out. Size small and medium is available in the beaujolais heather.

I think the only difficult part about this sale is choosing which of the cardigans I like best. I could even get a few, as the savings make it a great deal.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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February 28

Bath & Body Works Printable Coupons (TODAY Only!)

Posted by on February 28, 2015 at 8:53 AM

Bath & Body Works Printable Coupons (TODAY Only!)

You’ll have to be quick with this one, as these printable coupons for Bath & Body Works Canada are good for TODAY only! In total, there are three different coupons which you can make use of and here’s a quick breakdown:

Click here for the Bath & Body Works store locator

When I first saw the coupons above, I thought that it would be fantastic if you could stack them on top of each other to score some major discounts and deals, but the small print states:

Cannot be combined with other coupons or discounts.

What a shame! That would have been a great score…

Well, if you planned on buying anything from Bath & Body Works, today would be a good day to do so to avail of the offers above.

They’ve got some delicious products, their stores are just a shock to the senses when you walk in. I particularly love their range of fragranced candles, with titles such as cinnamon sugared doughnut, Japanese cherry blossom and peach bellini.

I hope some Moosers get the chance to make use of the coupons and get a bit of a saving! Let us know what you bought in the comments below.

(Expires: 28th February 2015)

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February 28

Teavana: 75% Off Spiced Apple Cider Rooibos Tea + No Minimum Free Shipping This Weekend Only

Posted by on February 28, 2015 at 8:00 AM

Teavana: 75% Off Spiced Apple Cider Rooibos Tea + No Minimum Free Shipping This Weekend Only

Bleeeh, this winter has been a particularly cold one for Canada, hasn’t it? Heck, even Montreal is on the verge of breaking a record for having the coldest weather! Warm up with a cup of spiced apple cider rooibos tea from Teavana without having to step a foot outside. It’s now a whopping 75% off and you can get it shipped absolutely free this weekend only with the coupon code: SHIPSPRING.

Here are the sale prices for the spiced apple cider rooibos tea depending on the amount you get:

  • 2 oz: $2.25
  • 4 oz: $4.49
  • 8 oz: $8.98
  • 16 oz: $17.96

After setting out to write about this deal, I became skeptical as to whether or not the free shipping offer would truly apply to Canada because the promotional banner on Teavana’s homepage specifies that it’s for “U.S. orders only”. However, I plugged in my address at checkout and am happy to report that it does indeed apply! In fact, once you input the code and enter your information, the “shipping method” drop-down menu at checkout will switch to: “Canada – Free!”

Just to be extra sure, I fished out my credit card from my wallet and was still offered free shipping on my order, even until the very last step of checkout.

Here’s a screenshot of my cart after I entered the Teavana coupon code mentioned above:

Teavana: 75% Off Spiced Apple Cider Rooibos Tea + No Minimum Free Shipping This Weekend Only

 As you can see, any order also comes with a free sample of the Maharaja/ Samurai chai tea blend with rock sugar.

With regards to the spiced apple cider rooibos tea, it actually has nearly 70 reviews with a total likeability score of 3.8/5 stars. Here’s what one tea drinker had to say about it:

I absolutely love this tea! I received a 5-oz tin of this tea as a gift from a friend and now I am all in. Like all food and drinks we consume, personal preference plays an important role in which products we gravitate towards and for me, the gravitational pull is strong with this tea. The combination of spices work so well together and this tea has never turned out bitter for me (I just followed the directions).

The fact that this reviewer points out that this tea has never been bitter is a good point to note because a couple of other reviewers gave this tea a lower score because of the bitter aftertaste. In my own experience, I have found rooibos tea to be slightly bitter but perhaps as the reviewer above pointed out, it all depends in how you prepare it.

No worries if you don’t like rooibos or spicy tea in general. There are plenty more tea to choose from, even other ones on sale, including a couple of teapots, tea tins, carafes etc. Usually, shipping is only free on orders over $50, so the free shipping code mentioned above is a great way to try something new.

(Expiry: 1st March 2015)

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February 28

Point Zero Canada: Men’s Ultralight Vest Was $66 | Now $33 & Exclusive Free Shipping

Posted by on February 28, 2015 at 7:00 AM

Point Zero Canada: Mens Ultralight Vest Was $66 | Now $33 & Exclusive Free Shipping

With the “warmer” temperatures making their way into March, you’ll want to shed your heavy layers and replace them with something lighter. Check out this packable ultralight vest from Point Zero. Regularly $66, it is now half price at $33. You can also use our exclusive coupon code MOOSESHIPPING to get your order shipping for free without meeting the $75 minimum.

This vest would be great if you are planning to head south over March break. You don’t want to pack a heavy winter coat in your bag that will take up a ton of room, but you’ll want something to throw on when you get back to Canada. Trust me on this one. Once on my way to Jamaica in January I left my winter coat in my vehicle, but I didn’t know I had to shuttle to another part of the terminal via a bus that was not really heated. I froze my butt off. A vest similar to this would have kept me a little warmer. You just never know when you need that extra layer, even in the warm south.

Why it is great to take with you as well is that it is “packable”, which means it folds up really small and nice! Even still, it is insulated and water-resistant and meant to keep you warm and dry when you need it to.

I like the look of this vest and I think I’m going to get it for my husband. He likes to layer and keep warm and would probably wear this throughout May and even some summer nights.

There are four colour choices – black with a charcoal interior, charcoal with a red interior, red with a navy interior and royal with a charcoal interior. Each has at least most sizes still available, but a few sizes are sold out on the more popular colours.

I couldn’t find this vest at any of the stores that sell Point Zero, but $33 and free shipping sounds like a great deal to me on a quality brand like Point Zero.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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February 27

Chapters Indigo: Great Scott Wrap Was $72 | Now $28 & Free Shipping

Posted by on February 27, 2015 at 5:00 PM

Chapters Indigo: Great Scott Wrap Was $72 | Now $28 & Free Shipping

Chapters Canada has discounted the warm and cozy Great Scott wrap by Echo Design Group from $72 down to just $28. As the wrap costs over $25, it will also ship for free to your home.

There are two colours to choose from red or purple. This is a traditional drape scarf in a lovely pattern. The ‘red’ is actually primarily white, grey, and black with red highlights throughout. This is my favourite colour as the black and white primary colours make this a more versatile piece than the plum. The plum truly is purple, with blue, black, and grey tones throughout as well. The pattern is a classic ‘scottish’ plaid.

These wraps are designed to keep you warm during the winter, but they also work well for cool summer evenings and cold spring days. There is a lot of this scarf to curl up in as well. The wrap measures 72″ long by 17″ wide. To put that in perspective, the scarf is 6 feet long! That is the height of my father and positively dwarfs my short frame. Because this scarf will be draped over your shoulders, the length will cover a good portion of your body. This is the perfect wrap to curl up with while watching TV or Facebooking late into the night.

Both wraps are made of acrylic and care instructions suggest dry clean only. I find that most dry clean only items can be hand washed in a sink (cold water only) and then laid out to dry. I am not sure if you could do that with this scarf, but you might want to try it if the thought of a dry cleaning bill does not make you happy.

I checked out the manufacturer’s website, where similar Great Scott wraps retail for $68US. Chapters Indigo’s price is certainly the best. Now, there are no reviews for the scarf right now. So, if you own one of these scarves, please leave a comment sharing your experience and thoughts with other Moosers.

Thank you to Mooser Felicia for posting this deal in our Bargainmoose forums.

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