April 26

Microsoft Canada: MSI Leopard (i7, 8GB, 1TB) Gaming Laptop Only $809

Posted by on April 26, 2015 at 12:52 PM

Microsoft Canada: MSI Leopard (i7, 8GB, 1TB) Gaming Laptop Only $809

Microsoft Canada is selling the gorgeous MSI GP60 Leopard-665 Signature Edition Gaming Laptop on sale from $899 down to $809.10 with free shipping with educational discount.

Now, I discovered something interesting at the Microsoft Store. You just need to pick a province and an institution. You do not actually need to supply your student ID, so almost anyone could – if they wanted – take advantage of this deal. You just need to click ‘educational store’, put in your province and your institution, and it will give you the discounted price.

Microsoft Canada: MSI Leopard (i7, 8GB, 1TB) Gaming Laptop Only $809

Now, you may think that 10% off a laptop is not that big. However, I chose this laptop for a special reason. I was looking for the least expensive laptop with an i7 processor. I was personally looking for myself and for a friend of mine who wants speed. I told him about this laptop and he said “but I don’t game” and I said, “it doesn’t really matter – gaming laptops are built for speed.” The MSI GP60 Leopard-665 Signature Edition Gaming Laptop is one of the cheapest laptops I can find with in i7 processor and good stats.

The laptop’s stats are as follows:

  • 15.6-inch (396.24-millimeter) Full HD display
  • Intel Core i7-4710HQ
  • 8GB memory/1TB HDD
  • NVIDIA GeForce 840M graphics

Now, I price compared this laptop with NCIX.com where I found the same model but different stats. The MSI GP60 Leopard laptop with i5-4210H processor, 8GB RAM, and 750GB hard drive costs $949.99. So, you are paying $140 more for a slower processor and a smaller hard drive.

Now, I also found the one that matches the stats sold by the Microsoft Store. The MSI GP60 Leopard i7 4700HQ, 8GB, 1TB, with the same graphics card costs $1099.99. While they advertise a mail-in-rebate that drops the price to $1039.99, this laptop is still $230 more expensive at NCIX.com than it is at Microsoft Canada.

I also checked out prices on Amazon Canada. The same configuration with a slightly better graphics card costs $1099.00 at Amazon Canada. There is a secondary marketplace seller that is selling the same stats and graphic card MSI laptop for $1091.16.

Essentially, this is a very good price for this laptop. Even comparing with base i7 models, you can rarely find a laptop with an i7 processor for under $800. There are a few, but they generally have very small hard drives (half the size), half the RAM, and a normal graphics card.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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April 26

Steam Powered: 75% Off The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Now $5.49

Posted by on April 26, 2015 at 11:56 AM

Steam Powered: 75% Off The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim   Now $5.49

Steam Powered is offer 75% off the highly celebrated The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Originally $21.99, the game is on sale for only $5.49.

This game is one of the best. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim earned a Metacritic score of 94/100. However, Skyrim has had a recent flash of negative reviews on Steam Powered. What is up with that? Well, it appears that Steam is now charging people for mods and the gamers are afraid that this will result in a plethora of crappy mods that people just threw together to make a quick buck. Thus, the negative reviews are not of the actual game itself, but rather this recent change from free DLC to paid DLC mods.

As one reviewer put it:

Once upon a time there was a game called The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, it was a very good game with a loving, creative community around it. That community was now ruined by the Pay4Mods plague…

There is some serious hate going on over the paid mods update.

Now, if you can handle paying for your mods or do not like downloading that many mods to start with – this is an excellent deal for the game. I price compared with all iterations of the game on Amazon Canada. The cheapest Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was for the Xbox 360 @ $17.91. The PC version retails for $28.52 @ Amazon Canada.

Trying to find cheaper, I visited best Buy Canada. They offer previously played versions for $14.99, but this is still nowhere near Steam’s price. Recycled editions on EB Games also retail for $14.99 each. Of course, these prices ignore shipping costs. Obviously, it is cheapest to buy the game on Steam’s platform with this sale.

If you want a bigger package, then you should pick up The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Legendary Edition for 66% off its retail price. Originally $43.99, the legendary edition is on sale from $14.95. EB Games has the recycled version of this game for $34.99. I also found other console versions for $38+ at Best Buy Canada and Amazon Canada. I am not sure you can get this game cheaper anywhere else.

This deal ends tomorrow, so scoop it up while you have the chance.

(Expiry: 27th April 2015 @ noon EST)

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April 26

Dell Canada: XBOX Live 12-Month Gold Membership Was $60 | Now $44.99

Posted by on April 26, 2015 at 11:35 AM

Dell Canada: XBOX Live 12 Month Gold Membership Was $60 | Now $44.99

Dell Canada has discounted the XBOX Live 12-Month Gold Membership from $59.99 down to $44.99 with free shipping.

I price compared this membership with the prices at other online retailers. Here is what the competition is selling the Xbox Live 12 month membership for:

  • $48.99 @ Costco Canada
  • $56.83 @ Amazon Canada
  • $59.99 @ Best Buy Canada
  • $59.99 @ Microsoft Canada
  • $59.95 @ Chapters Indigo Canada
  • $56.83 @ Walmart Canada

Dell Canada’s price is the best out of all the competition. Costco does come close, but is still a few dollars more. If you are a gamer on a budget (is that an oxymoron?) then this is an excellent choice to get in on the Gold benefits at Xbox Canada. As I have mentioned before, having an Xbox gold membership gives you access to exclusive deals that are not available to the ‘public’. You can just check out the “Deals with Gold” section in Xbox Canada to see what games you can score.

40% off Call of Duty: Ghosts Digital Hardened Edition is one of the exclusive deals you can purchase with your Gold membership. The retail price for the game is $99.99, but it comes down to $59.99 with your Gold membership. You can easily see how a Gold membership can quickly pay for itself in savings on other games – especially the big titles and popular sequels.

the Xbox Gold membership allows you to play games with friends on the multiplayer network. You also receive free games each month as an Xbox Gold member. On top of that, you can save up to 75% off games in the Xbox Store. Previously, I have seen 50% offers on popular games such as Duck Dynasty and more.

I was recently reading about gaming consoles and the shift to monthly / yearly paid memberships. While many players would like to see that end, it appears to be here for good since PlayStation recently switched to a membership base as well with the PS4. I wonder if the major PC gaming platform will also switch to membership in the future. I think that would be terrible. Gaming console companies are making it nearly impossible to get away without a membership these days, so deals like this help save your pocket book an extra few dollars.

(Expiry: 27th April 2015 @ 6AM)

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April 25

How to Save Money on your Next Trip to Las Vegas

Posted by on April 25, 2015 at 8:00 PM

How to Save Money on your Next Trip to Las Vegas

Las Vegas is also known as Sin City, and for good reason.  I have been to Las Vegas a few times and each time I go, it strikes me as somewhat analogous to a Disneyland for grown ups.  I have had some trips where I spent very little (and even managed to win back the cost of my flight on BlackJack) and where I have spent more than I would have liked.  It is very easy to spend a lot of money (quickly) in Las Vegas, especially if you like to try your luck.

Here are some ways to save money on your next trip to Las Vegas, and hopefully Lady Luck will be on your side:

Stay for Cheap

One way to save money on accommodation in Las Vegas is to buy a package with a flight and accommodation.  However, if you prefer to book separately, make sure you check the usual suspects, such kayakhotwire.com, and Priceline to get a good deal on a flight and vacation package.   I also find Westjet vacations to be another source of good vacation packages.

Go When No One Else is Going

According to Buzzfeed, the non-peak months to head to Vegas are July and August (makes sense because it is over 40 degrees outside, I can attest to that because I went during August) and mid-December.   I recall going to Las Vegas during the Christmas/ holiday season and hotel accommodation was quite reasonable at that time.  It also makes sense because most people are spending time with their family rather than partying it up.  In addition, when you choose to visit on a Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (typical slow days) you don’t have to pay as much in accommodation room costs.  When I mean as much, I mean usually double on the weekends!

Also, Yahoo recommends that you check out the Las Vegas Convention Centre to see if there is a convention going on. If there is, avoid this time because hotel costs are going to be expensive!

Fly Out from the United States if Possible

One way to save money is to fly from the United States.  If you live in a city near the border (like many cities in Canada) and if you leave from the United States, you can save upwards of $100-$200 on your flight to Las Vegas.  Some discount airlines, like Allegiant Air provide flight service for a steep discount.  However, just make sure that your carry-on baggage complies with the baggage rules.  Otherwise, you’ll have to pay extra per baggage, unfortunately.

Save Money on Entertainment

Another way to save money on something that is quintessential to Las Vegas (and everyone enjoys) is to check out a show or movie or two using TIX4TONIGHT.  They are usually in a yellow booth on the strip somewhere.  On average, the savings are about 50% of the regular price of the ticket.  The only caveat is that you have to be ready to watch the show that evening (hence the title Tickets 4 Tonight) and there’s usually a bit of a line up as well.

Of course, don’t forget the Bellagio fountain show.  That’s absolutely free and it’s beautiful to watch.

Don’t Buy any Drinks

Another way to save money while in Vegas is to avoid paying for drinks.  The great thing about Las Vegas is that when you sit down at a slot machine or when you’re at the Blackjack table, when they offer you free drinks, it is ACTUALLY free. So don’t buy any alcohol or drinks. The only thing you would have to do is to tip the server $1 to $2 per drink when they bring you your drink.  Much cheaper than the $14 I once paid for a drink by the Venetian pool.

There you have it, hopefully these tips will help you save some more money on your next trip to Las Vegas, so you get to spend the money on things that truly matter (like the delicious lunch buffets that Las Vegas has to offer, for example!).  Just remember to gamble safely, and only bring an amount to the gambling table what you are comfortable losing.

Bargainmoosers, what are your favourite ways to save money in Sin City?

Photo credit: Moyan Brenn

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April 25

Audible.com: Free 30 Day Trial Then Get 50% Discount on a 3 Month Membership ($7.49PM)!

Posted by on April 25, 2015 at 6:00 PM

Have you ever listened to an audiobook as opposed to sitting down and turning the pages of a book in your hand? If you have, you’re probably well aware of Amazon’s service, Audible.com, and the fact that they have a free 30 day trial during which you can get a credit to download one audiobook. But did you know that there’s a potential way to get a discount on your membership once that trial is finished? Here’s how… read on.

Sign up on the above link and claim your free 30 day trial. Get one audiobook, which is yours too keep. Even if you cancel the trial, you can still listen to this book for free, outside of the trial period too. You can still access your account and anything you have purchased in it.

Once I had signed up to the 30 day free trial and chosen my one free audiobook, I then used the cancel link in my email to cancel the trial. When I got there, I selected the option, “I didn’t realise I was in a membership plan.”

 

Audible.com: Free 30 Day Trial Then Get 50% Discount on a 3 Month Membership ($7.49PM)!

 

On the next page, I was then offered to get the next three months at half price, as you can see here:

 

Audible.com: Free 30 Day Trial Then Get 50% Discount on a 3 Month Membership ($7.49PM)!

 

This means that instead of the regular price of $14.95 per month, it is $7.49 per month for the next 3 months. During this time, you get 1 credit per month. And just in case you were interested, the credits, if unused, roll over to the following month (up to 6 credits).

There are so many good audio books on Audible.com, from some of my favourite authors! Here are some of my top picks:

And I didn’t actually realise that there were radio shows on here too, such as:

So, if you are interested in signing up to Audible and making use of their services, hit the “cancel” account button and see what discounts they offer!

(Expiry: Unkn0wn)

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April 25

Up To 70% Off Clearance Shoes, Boots & Accessories PLUS Free Shipping Coupon Code @ Call It Spring Canada!

Posted by on April 25, 2015 at 5:00 PM

Up To 70% Off Clearance Shoes, Boots & Accessories PLUS Free Shipping Coupon Code @ Call It Spring Canada!

Shoes shoes shoes shoes shoes shoes. I don’t mean to sound so stereotypical, but you can never have enough shoes! Blue shoes, big shoes, pretty shoes, comfy shoes… fill up your wardrobe! And it’s a perfect time to do just that at Call It Spring Canada – they’re offering a free shipping coupon code PLUS you can save up to 70% by shopping the shoes and accessories in their clearance section!

Click here to use the Call It Spring coupon code online now

  • Coupon Code: GIFT15
  • Discount: Free shipping, no minimum
  • Expires: Unknown
  • Excludes: Nunavut, Yukon, Northwest Territories.

You usually have to spend $50 or more to get free shipping. For orders under that amount, regular shipping usually costs you $5 on the Call It Spring site, so the coupon code will save you that amount!

Unknown Expiry!

We first got the coupon code through in an email two days ago and it stated that the promo was a limited time offer. The email did not state an expiry date, so we’ve got no idea when it ends. If you happen to be browsing the Call It Spring site and see something you like, now would be a good time to buy.

Clearance Section – 50% to 70% off

The first place I go to when I see a coupon code for free shipping, is the clearance or sale pages. On the clearance pages just now, all Call It Spring shoes are reduced by between 50% and 70% discount! Sizing is very limited though so it might take a good bit of browsing for you to find what you want, in your size. I’ll hit you up with a few examples:

Sale Section – 33% off?

There are more varied items and sizes in the sale section here but the discounts are not as deep as in the clearance section. Having a rough glance at the pages, it seems that you can save up to 33% on many items in here.

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April 25

Curiosity Box Coupon Code: Get $10 Off a 3 Month Sub!

Posted by on April 25, 2015 at 4:00 PM

Curiosity Box Coupon Code: Get $10 Off a 3 Month Sub!

The Curiosity Box is a subscription box service which sends you a monthly parcel of crafts and activities, with the aim of stimulating curious young minds of between the ages three and seven. We’ve mentioned them here on Bargainmoose before, but we’ve just spotted a new coupon code which can save you a few bucks on your order.

Click here to use the Curiosity Box coupon code online

  • Coupon Code: SUMMER
  • Discount: $10 off a 3 month subscription
  • Expires: 15th May 2015

As you can see, if you take out a three month subscription, you will save $10 when you apply this coupon code. A subscription will cost $77.85, so this means you are getting it at the reduced price of $67.85, as well as free shipping each month. If you have more than one child in your house, you can get a sibling add-on for an extra $11.95 per month.

Signing up now means you will get your first box through to your home in June 2015, at which point you can start crafting. Here’s a bit of a blurb about the service:

Each month, receive a fun filled box of crafts and activities delivered right to your door! The theme will change monthly depending on the current holidays or events…that’s the curious part of receiving a subscription!

Eva actually tried out the Curiosity box with her kids when she first wrote about this company, a few months ago here. If you have more than one kid in the house, Eva recommends that you get the sibling add-on… it will save fights and sibling rivalry!

Stocking Up Tip

Order the boxes now and save them up, don’t use them all right away. Put the Curiosity Boxes in a cupboard for a rainy day… when the kids are whining about their ongoing boredom and inability to self-entertain. You’ll get a couple hours of fun out of the Curiosity Boxes that you have stashed away. I did this when I took out a similar subscription box in the past, it was very useful indeed.

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April 25

Costco Canada: $30 Off Ooma Telo 2 VoIP Home Phone Service Bundle (+ 3 FREE Premier Service Months – $60 Value)

Posted by on April 25, 2015 at 3:30 PM

Costco Canada: $30 Off Ooma Telo 2 VoIP Home Phone Service Bundle (+ 3 FREE Premier Service Months   $60 Value)

Are you still using a landline phone to make all of your phone calls? Get Ooma instead. It will allow you to make free Canadian and long distance calls just by using your internet. Right now at Costco, the Ooma Telo 2 VoIP home phone service bundle is on sale for 99.99 (reg. $129.99) and also comes with a bonus offer of 3 free months of premier service, which is a $59.97 value.

To call anywhere in Canada or internationally, all you need to do is plug the Ooma, connect it to your internet and use a regular phone. There’s no need for a PC or even a headset as everything is done via your internet connection.

What I find cool about the Ooma is that even if your internet happens to crash, then all calls will be re-directed onto your cell phone.

As I already mentioned, this Costco deal includes 3 free months of Premier service but after that, you would need to subscribe to the service and the costs depend on the features that you want. At its core, the Ooma Premier is $9.99 per month (or $119.99 per year) and you have the option of tacking on additional features like: enhanced voicemail, number porting, extended warranty, directory assistance and a couple of others.

Out of 21 reviews on Costco’s site, the Ooma scored an impressive 4.1/5 stars with reviews like this one:

I have been on Netalk and tried Magic Jack. No way they come close to OOMA. Cost is more but well spent. Setup was easy. The others dont have customer service. OOMA is great.

Alternatively for those of you with a business, the Ooma Office VoIP business phone service is $50 off. Originally priced at $249.99, it’s now $199.99 and includes 3 Linx wireless phone jacks, conference calling and get ready for this… a virtual receptionist. Plans for this one start at $19.98 per month and you have the option of transferring your current number.

I’m sure some of you would prefer to pick up an electronic like this in-stores but there’s no way of checking if your local Costco carries the Ooma. On the bright side, if you order online, then it will be shipped straight to your door for free within 4-10 business days, with every chance of it being even quicker than that.

(Expiry: 30th April 2015)

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April 25

Joseph Nogucci Coupon Code: 65% off Iris Engraved Jewellery!

Posted by on April 25, 2015 at 3:00 PM

Joseph Nogucci Coupon Code: 65% off Iris Engraved Jewellery!

With Mother’s Day coming up soon, I thought you’d be interested in another potential Mother’s Day gift deal. This time, I’ve found a really good coupon code from Joseph Nogucci, which gets you a 65% discount on the price of the engravable charms in the Iris range on their site.

Click here to shop the Iris engravables now

  • Coupon Code: MOMCHARM
  • Discount: 65% off the Iris range
  • Expires: Unknown

In the Iris range, you can choose from a number of bracelet and bead sets, in various colours. Here are some examples of the different colour combinations that you can choose from.

From those above, I particularly like the sea stripe edition. You can then choose the wording on the charm…. Whether that’s just a simple, “I love you Mom,” or something fancier.

If you want an extra charm on one of the bracelets, you can pay for this Engravable Charm on its own. It’s priced at $40 but it drops down to only $13.33 after the coupon code is applied.

If you want to, you could add a few more beads or charms to the bracelet. Each is an extra $13… so the cost on those could really bring up the total.

Canadian Shipping

Shipping to any address in Canada is $5.99. Considering you are saving a lot of money with the above coupon code, then an extra $5.99 for shipping isn’t too bad. Of course, free shipping would be MUCH nicer, but we can’t have everything we want, eh?

I own one of the bracelets in the Joseph Nogucci range, I love it and wear it quite often even though I’m not much of a jewellery wearer in general.

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April 25

Get A Free Sample Of Claritin Non-Drowsy Tablets *BUMP*

Posted by on April 25, 2015 at 2:35 PM

Get A Free Sample Of Claritin Non Drowsy Tablets *BUMP*

*BUMP! Claritin is offering a brand new free sample of their non-drowsy product, so gets yours now before it’s too late! All you need to do is like Claritin on Facebook to claim your freebie.

Every so often, Claritin makes free trial sizes of its popular product available but only for a limited time. This freebie is set to expire a couple of days after the Black Friday week-end, so make sure not to miss it, especially since it could also end beforehand if all the samples are claimed. However, there is no way of knowing if the Claritin samples are almost out of stock or not, so make sure to claim yours as soon as possible.

I’m one of the lucky ones who doesn’t suffer from allergies but my hubby non-stop coughs, sneezes and blows his nose. Of course, it doesn’t help that he’s allergic to cats and we have two of those troublemakers but in any case, I can tell you that Claritin helps his right away. It’s best if you take it on a daily basis, so whether you have already tried their products in the past or are looking to give it a try for the first time, this sample pack is sure to help budget-wise at least a little bit.

A couple of weeks ago, my hubby had particularly bad symptoms and I rushed to get him Claritin from the pharmacy. I kid you not but not even 20 minutes later, he was back to normal. I’m sure it depends on each person but it’s still worth a shot if your allergy symptoms are bad.

Keep in mind that this Claritin freebie is for a free pack of non-drowsy tablets of 10mg.

Do you live in Quebec? Although you won’t be able to claim a free trial size of Claritin, you can, however, get a printable coupon for $3 off the purchase of 20 tablets or more. In many ways, this is perhaps even better than the freebie because rather than waiting for your sample pack to arrive, you can print the Claritin printable coupon and immediately head over to a pharmacy near you. A 20-tablet Claritin pack usually retails for about $15, so with a $3 rebate, this amounts to about a 20% discount.

(Image Credit: William Brawley)

(Expiry: 24th May 2015)

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April 25

LEGO Chima Flying Phoenix Fire Temple Was $140 | Now $84 + Free Shipping @ Amazon.ca

Posted by on April 25, 2015 at 2:00 PM

LEGO Chima Flying Phoenix Fire Temple Was $140 | Now $84 + Free Shipping @ Amazon.ca

Every boy loves it – LEGO Chima. Sometimes it is hard to find certain sets on sale, and LEGO Chima can get expensive. Right now Amazon.ca has the LEGO Chima Flying Phoenix Fire Temple on sale from $139.99 down to $83.87. This is the lowest price around on this set, and you’ll even get free shipping.

LEGO Chima is a fun way to promote imaginative play. This set has lots of 5 star reviews, and I am sure you know why. LEGO Chima is a high quality type of LEGO that can be fun for the entire family. While it can be quite expensive, we keep our eyes peeled for the best deals on this stuff (among other things of course). So you will be happy to know that if you shop at Amazon Canada while supplies last, you can pay just $83.87 for this LEGO Chima Flying Phoenix Fire Temple instead of the original price which was $139.99.

This particular LEGO Chima set includes 7 minifigures and their weapons. The weapons can be pretty small, so if you have younger children you may want to remove these before allowing them to play. The minifigures are:

  • Fluminox
  • Flinx
  • Foltrax
  • Tormak
  • Li’Ella
  • Stealthor
  • Vroom Vroom

There is even a saber-tooth vehicle with an intriguing clawing function, ball shooter, scary ice fangs and a flyer that detaches. The Phoenix Temple is about six inches high, 17 inches long and 17 inches wide, so it can take up quite a little chunk of space. The included saber-tooth vehicle is about 6 inches high and 8 inches long, so it is not small enough that it could easily get lost. There are 1301 pieces, so it is up to you to keep count, haha. Maybe that is why this set is best suited for children ages 9 through 14. How old are your kiddos that play with LEGO Chima?

I did a little price comparison to ensure that this is the best price around, and it really is. Sears Canada has this LEGO Chima Flying Phoenix Fire Temple for $139.99, but they are sold out. You will find this toy for $139.99 BestBuy.ca and ToysRUs.ca as well. Since this item is well above $25, you will even get free shipping on your purchase from Amazon.ca.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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April 25

3 Large 3 Topping Pizzas For $30 @ Domino’s Pizza Canada

Posted by on April 25, 2015 at 1:00 PM

3 Large 3 Topping Pizzas For $30 @ Dominos Pizza Canada

The weekend is here. Who wants to cook when they could be spending precious quality time with their family and friends? Domino’s Pizza has a promotion available to save money on pizza if you are looking to feed a crowd. Get 3 large pizzas with 3 toppings each for just $30. This deal may vary a little bit depending on your location, but the price usually only flexes by a dollar or two.

Click here to order pizza @ Domino’s Pizza Canada

  • Coupon code: CAVK4NJ7
  • Discount: $29.99 for 3 large 3 topping pizzas
  • Expiry: Unknown

Usually on the weekends my Mom and Brother come by for a visit. We would normally order pizza but we all have different preferences on toppings and that can get quite pricey. This weekend we will use this Domino’s Pizza deal for sure. For a limited time, you can use the coupon code above to get 3 large pizzas for just $29.99. Each pizza can have 3 toppings of your choice. I tested a few different areas to see if this offer is valid is many locations and actually discovered that some locations actually charge $31.99 for this offer. That flex in price is still reasonable though.

I love green olives, pepperoni and pineapple on my pizza. Call me crazy, but if I am going to order 3 pizzas for my family then I am going to get one with the toppings I like instead of sacrificing my preferences and getting something with mushrooms (yuck) just because my brother or friend like them. I created my dream pizza in the “Create Your Own Pizza” option. You would be looking at paing $16.49 for the 14″ hand tossed large pizza with pepperoni, green olives and pineapple. So imagine ordering 3 of these, you would be paying a total of $49.47, so this current Domino’s Pizza Canada coupon code is saving you about $19.48 off the regular cost. That makes ordering 3 large pizzas sound a little more reasonable doesn’t it?

It looks like delivery will only cost you $3. That is pretty reasonable considering gas costs these days would probably make your trip to your closest Domino’s cost at least that. The only down fall I have found with Domino’s is that they can be slower than my other local pizza places when it comes to delivery, so give yourself plenty of time to make the order to have it in time for dinner. You can view all of the coupon codes available for Domino’s Pizza in our Bargainmoose forum.

What toppings do you Moosers like on your pizza?

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April 25

Kobo.com eBooks: Get up to 75% Coupon Codes

Posted by on April 25, 2015 at 12:16 PM

Kobo.com eBooks: Get up to 75% Coupon Codes

Last month here, I wrote about a beach reads contest from Kobo Books within which you could win various coupon codes for a discount on their site, as well as prizes. They’ve just released a similar contest, in which you have daily chances at getting coupon codes of between 10% and 75% in value. If you are a regular Kobo shopper as I am, then it’s worth entering the contest to see what coupon codes you can acquire.

If you previously registered for the beach reads contest, then you can use the same login on the above. If not, you just need to register to play – you cannot use your normal Kobo account as this is a slightly different promo. It only takes a second to sign up.

When I tried it today, I was offered a 20% coupon code, as you can see in this screenshot.

Kobo.com eBooks: Get up to 75% Coupon Codes

The above coupon code is likely only a one-time use coupon code, it’s probably not generic – if you try and make use of it. Please have a go in the contest and tell us in the comments below which value of coupon that you get!

And maybe one of the Moosers will win an even bigger prize – a daily prize of the newest and Kobo Aura H2O eReader, or the grand prize pack which I think is $1000CAD as well as Kobo eReaders.

Remember, if you’re buying an eBook from Kobo.com, always check on our coupon page first – we try and update it with coupon codes to get you a discount when ordering.

(Expiry: 29th April 2015)

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April 25

5 Drawer Tool Chest & Cabinet Combo Was $120 now $40 @ Walmart.ca! (EXPIRED)

Posted by on April 25, 2015 at 11:38 AM

5 Drawer Tool Chest & Cabinet Combo Was $120 now $40 @ Walmart.ca! (EXPIRED)

Nice deal incoming! This 5 Drawer Tool Chest & Cabinet Combo with Storage Riser has currently got a hot price at Walmart Canada’s online store. Originally priced at $119.97, you can pick it up right now for only $40!

While it’s a great discounted price on this red tool chest, it’s such a shame that Walmart don’t offer free shipping on any order, any more. Alas, you will have to pay shipping fees on this item! I believe shipping is $4.97 – that might vary depending on where you live. Even so, that’s still a really reasonable price including shipping for this type of tool chest.

Free Shipping?

But wait – Walmart offer free shipping to your home on any order of $50 or more, so it’s probably worth topping your order up to that amount. Spend $10 on nappies… soup… anything you can find. You’ll get free Canadian shipping to your home, on the entire order. Hit up Walmart’s clearance section too – there are always great deals in there.

Price Comparison

While it’s difficult to compare prices elsewhere for this type of thing as it is unbranded, I’ve given it a shot. This very similar chest from Canadian Tire is $170, this one is $80 @ Sears, this one is $112 @ Lowes, this one is $199 @ Northern Tool. It’s a very sweet price from Walmart.

Get It Quick

I have a feeling this will go out of stock very fast – get in now if you are interested.

Tidy Homes

A tool chest like this is a must for any home where DIY is practiced… my partner is terrible with his tools. He does have a tool box but inevitably, not all his tools fit in it and there are screwdrivers lying all over the house. Sometimes I think they’re multiplying…

(Expiry: Unknown)

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April 25

Steelseries Siberia V2 Gaming Headset (Recert) Was $99 Now $29 & Free Shipping @ NCIX Canada!

Posted by on April 25, 2015 at 6:00 AM

Steelseries Siberia V2 Gaming Headset (Recert) Was $99 Now $29 & Free Shipping @ NCIX Canada!

This weekend, NCIX Canada has a pretty sweet deal on a gaming headset, the Steelseries Siberia V2, in black, with a microphone attachment. This is a recertified version of the product which was $99, and you can pick it up at a $70 discount – making it only $29 just now. Plus, you also get free shipping which serves to make the deal even sweeter!

There are limited quantities of this gaming headset available, it may sell out at any time. I’ve seen this happen with some of the low priced doorcrasher type deals on NCIX Canada. I’d say that if you are interested, buy now and think later, as it is such a low price anyway.

Warranty

Steelseries is a very good name when it comes to gaming headsets. As far as I can gather from the product page, even though this is a recertified item, it still comes with a full one year warranty from the manufacturer (the first 30 days of that are through NCIX themselves).

Price Comparison

Elsewhere online in Canada, many places are selling the brand new version of the Steelseries Siberia V2 headset, albeit in various colour combinations. The cheapest alternative I can see comes from The Big Box Outlet Store which is selling this headset for $66 including shipping (but they only have one left in stock). Most other stores are selling the Steelseries headset for around $90 (Newegg) to $100 (Amazon).

Reviews

There are no reviews of this item on NCIX but you can hit up the likes of Amazon.ca to find out a bit more about what people think of the gaming headset. There, it has achieved a rating of 4.8/5 stars, with most people extremely happy with the purchase.

Contest

While you are there, why not enter in the 19th anniversary sweepstakes on NCIX here. They’re giving away more than $10k in prizes! The NCIX PC ultimate gaming setup worth more than $2k would look nice on my computer desk.

(Expires: 28th April 2015)

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