August 28

Save Money With These Grocery Cash Back Offers

Posted by on August 28, 2014 at 8:30 AM

Save Money With These Grocery Cash Back Offers

Another week and another round of grocery cash back offers to take advantage of to save on your grocery purchases.  The cash back grocery apps are becoming more common now, which means more chances for us to save. This week we are featuring a few of them for you to check out with a variety of their deals.

Here is a look at some of the offers this week:

  • Gain products- $1 cash back
  • Bounce products- $1 cash back
  • Club House La Grille Seasonings products- $1.50 cash back
  • Special K Popcorn Chips- $1 cash back

This week, all of the cash back deals for Checkout51 are valid until September 3rd and there are a lot of them. Instead of the normal 19 or 20, they have 29 deals to take advantage of.

Here is a look at some of the offers this week:

  • Pastene canned tomatoes- $0.50 cash back
  • Watermelon- $0.25 cash back
  • PAM cooking spray- $0.75 cash back
  • Bananas- $0.25 cash back

There are 17 different Snapsaves offers this week and they too will be valid until September 3rd.

Friday August 29th

  • Fresh radishes- $0.25 cash back

Saturday August 30th

  • Kiwi- $0.25 cash back

Sunday August 31st

  • Pineapple- $0.25 cash back

Monday September 1st

  • Cabbage- $0.25 cash back

Each day will have two deals that will be valid from one week of them starting. Additionally, you will notice that they are all $0.25 cash back. This is pretty typical, with a few exceptions. I also like that Snapaves focuses on cash back offers for fresh fruit and vegetables.

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August 28

Gilt.com: Free Shipping to Canada, No Minimums! (US)

Posted by on August 28, 2014 at 7:00 AM

Gilt.com: Free Shipping to Canada, No Minimums! (US)

Over on our forums, Bargainmooser Biddle dropped us a little post to let us know that they’d just placed an order on Gilt.com and managed to score totally free shipping! There are no specific terms and conditions and no minimum spend either. Great deal!

Shipping from Gilt.com usually costs at least $9.95 so it’s a good saving to start with. The top of the site says “Enjoy US$9.95 Shipping to Canada!” but when you proceed through checkout, the shipping costs is discounted to zero, as shown here:

Gilt.com: Free Shipping to Canada, No Minimums! (US)

As some of you know, Gilt.com is a US based site which we’ve mentioned here on Bargainmoose a few times as it’s very popular with Canadian shoppers. Our author Avigayil is a big fan. Gilt.com: Free Shipping to Canada, No Minimums! (US) Gilt have flash sales on top designers, at up to 60% off retail prices, so they’re incredibly popular.  Prices on Gilt.com are shown including duty so you don’t need to worry about any hidden surprises at your door.

There are a ton of great deals on there just now, I could spend hours browsing the site! Some quick examples:

Early Access: Women’s shoes Up to 80% Off – prices here start at ~$36 but go up and up! I love these Bailey Lace-Back High Sandal but they’re $438. Eeek! They’re a bit out of my price-comfort zone.

7 for All Mankind sale – items here starting from only $49 such as this Speckled Pocket T-Shirt.

Llum: Up to 65% Off – baby and kids clothing and fashion! ZOMG I can barely even even look at this section, I would just spend a fortune. I’m thinking of this Peggy Dress ($36.46) for my daughter for Christmas Day.

There are some beautiful items in the 808 Home: Furniture, Bedding & Décor sale. The pieces are very simple, stylish and modern. I like this Curved Floor Lamp but it’s $564… it’s more likely that I can afford this Mr Fox mug for $12.57.

As this is a free shipping no minimum event, it probably makes the most sense for you to take advantage of it on the smaller lower value items, upon which you would have previously had to pay $9.95 shipping.

(Expires 7th September 2014)

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August 27

Chapters Indigo Canada: B2G1 On All Foxy Stationary, Notebooks, Pouches & More!

Posted by on August 27, 2014 at 10:00 PM

Chapters Indigo Canada: B2G1 On All Foxy Stationary, Notebooks, Pouches & More!Perfect for back to school, Chapters Indigo has a great promotion on Foxy stationery. For every 2 items from the Foxy collection that you buy, you will get the third one free. The discount will be automatically applied at checkout. Plus, there are more items than just stationery as you can save on totes, pouches, set quotes and much more.

Every so often, I like to walk into a Chapters Indigo stores and just browse around. On top of checking out the new releases and whatever other books may catch my eye, as yes, I totally do judge books by their covers, I also like to check out the miscellaneous section for unique-looking notebooks and I have actually already bought a couple of items from the Foxy collection, though I wish I could have taken advantage of this deal at the time!

The way I see it is that buy getting 3 items, you’re actually saving 33.33% off in total. Let’s say you get the matchbox pad fox three times. Since it’s $6.50 each, it comes up to $19.50 for the three but since one is free with this deal, then it’s $13 for three. This means that each one is technically $4.33, which is a 33% discount from its original price. However, you don’t nee to get the same item three items. I tested this by adding three different items to my shopping cart and a discount was applied to the amount of the cheapest item.

Even better is that some items are already reduced, which means that you can save even more. The tree pouch, for instance, is just $5 instead of its original price of $10.50. I actually bought this pouch in a darker colour last year to store my nail care supplies like extra stickers, cuticle pusher, scissors, nail file, etc. I’m sure it’s not necessarily what it was intended for but it just goes to show that you can use it for anything, especially if you like the tree on the pouch.

Do you like creating lists? I also spotted the list pad feather on sale for just $3.50 (reg. $5). It’s 4″ x 8″ and is perfect for creating to-do lists. Personally, I love my iPhone but I prefer writing things down on paper, especially grocery lists, and then stuffing them in my pocket or purse for future reference! Chapters Indigo Canada: B2G1 On All Foxy Stationary, Notebooks, Pouches & More!

Shipping is automatically free on orders over $25.

(Expiry: 2nd September 2014)

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August 27

Marcelle Canada: B1G1 Offer On Everything!

Posted by on August 27, 2014 at 9:00 PM

Marcelle Canada: B1G1 Offer On Everything!

Love Marcelle? Then you’re in luck because just in time for back to school, they have just begun a BOGO offer on everything site wide. This means that for any item that you get, you will also get another same one for free! The second item will automatically be added at checkout.

Back in July, Marcelle ran an amazing offer with a discount of up to 50% off, which Eva wrote about at the time, and I actually took advantage of the offer myself. I managed to score four eye liners, one mascara, two lip glosses and two face cleansers for just $55 instead of a regular price of $110. Although this discount isn’t the same, I can tell you about the items that I got, as I just love them so much!

For years now, I have been buying the Marcelle waterproof eyeliner for its regular price of $10.95 and even at that price, it’s well worth it. At first, I used to only wear the midnight black colour but I have since switched to espresso and I absolutely love both. Although I need to sometimes re-apply it in the evening, it stays on practically all day and is indeed waterproof. The one colour that I didn’t particularly like, however, is the taupe, as it had too much of smudged-look for my taste but in general, all of their eyeliners have a great colour to them and are long-lasting.

I had also bought the Xtension Plus+ prolash growth complex mascara for $14.95 and although I haven’t noticed “visibly longer and thicker lashes in just two weeks” as Marcelle promises, I do see an immediate difference when I put in on. Another great thing about it is that it doesn’t clump, and wipes away easily if you happen to apply it to your eyelids, as it always happens to me.

Usually, I only use Laroche-Posay facial cleanser but this time around, I decided to give Marcelle’s 3 in 1 micellar solution a try and I loved it. Not only is it cheaper than the one I usually buy from Laroche-Posay as it’s $19.99, but it also removed all of my make-up from the very first try. I also really like that I don’t need to tip the bottle over to get the solution on my make-up remover pad; you simply need to press the pad against the top a couple of items instead.

Shipping is free on orders over $50 and is quick. Back in July, I had ordered on a Friday and received my order on Tuesday!

(Expiry: 31st August 2014)

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August 27

Save Money On Your Child’s Extracurricular Activities

Posted by on August 27, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Save Money On Your Childs Extracurricular Activities

The New York Times states that the average family spends about $601 annually on summer activities for their child. This does not include the rest of the year. Now that summer is almost over and school is back in session, it is time to think about the extra-curricular activities to put your child in this year.

In Canada, the situation isn’t any brighter (especially with high cost of extracurricular activities such as hockey). According to Canadian Scholarship Trust Plan, a non-profit organization that helps families save for post-secondary education, the average Canadian family spends about $1500 on hockey related expenses and can spend upwards to $10,000 a year on hockey. This is more than the average a Canadian family saves for post-secondary education on an annual basis, which is $1455 a year.

Even more interesting is that The Canadian Scholarship Trust Plan also found that 38% of Canadians have (or have known someone who) borrowed money to put their child in extracurricular activities and even deferred their own retirement in order to put their child in extracurricular activities.

Obviously we all want the best for our children, but perhaps it should not be at the expense of our own retirements and post-secondary education savings (or post-secondary “something” whatever they want to do, perhaps it is a gap year studying abroad or traveling abroad). This is especially true since children often change their minds with certain activities and one thing they like this year might not be the same thing last year. Or even one thing they like this month might not be the same as last month (especially relevant if you spend the aforementioned $1500-$10,000 on hockey that year only to find out your child does not like it after two months).

In any case, here are some ways in which you can save money on your child’s extracurricular activities:

Limit Activities

Fox Business recommends picking and prioritizing extra curricular activities.  Find out what your child is interested in and pursue that, instead of trying to juggle three to four different activities at one time. They suggest that you discuss with your child and get them involved in the decision making process (especially if they are older) that you cannot pursue three to four different sports or activities for them at a high level due to cost. Getting your child involved in the decision making process helps them feel empowered and also helps your wallet feel empowered because they can choose what they really want.

Buy Used or Rent

The Centsible Life recommends that if you are putting your child into music lessons or music classes, look at buying used musical instruments or renting.  The same goes for sports equipment, buy used or rent if possible.  When I was a child, my mother rented my musical instrument and I was always very cognizant of that and appreciated it. I later on ended up buying it (it was a rent-to-buy program) and was happy that it was a used instrument instead of a perfect new instrument.  It gave the instrument more character.

Check Out your Local Community Centre

Additionally, Money Crashers also suggests that you say no to expensive activities and set a limit. The local community centre is a great choice because it allows your child to try an activity for three months or less (sometimes even just eight weeks) in order to ascertain if there is enough interest to commit to a year of the same activity. Even better is that the local community centre is usually close to home, which means less commuting and driving to and from activities, which is another source of expenses. I took swimming lessons at my local pool and took ice skating lessons at my local community centre.

Sign Up for Free Activities

If there are free activities available at school, sign up for these. Lots of places offer introductory classes (such as karate) for free. It is a great way to get your child exposed to different activities and to see if your child has any interest.

Extra curricular activities are an essential part of being a well rounded individual and part of a healthy childhood; however, they shouldn’t cost your retirement!

 Bargainmoosers, how do you save money on your family’s extracurricular activities?

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August 27

Shadeworks Canada Coupon Code: Exclusive 20% Off Everything

Posted by on August 27, 2014 at 7:30 PM

Shadeworks Canada Coupon Code: Exclusive 20% Off Everything

Shadeworks Canada has given Bargainmoose an exclusive coupon code for our readers. Enjoy 20% off anything on their website.

Click here to shop @ Shadeworks Canada now

  • Coupon Code: MOOSE20
  • Discount: 20% off
  • Expiry: 30th September 2014

Shadeworks sells fashionable and functional window coverings for your home. Their shades vary in material (wood, PVC, polyester), and in design (Honeycomb, Roman, UV Shades) to give but a few examples. Personal preference and need plays a large part in picking shades for your home. Window size is also a very important factor when considering what shades to buy, as all window coverings do not come in all sizes.

For a basic window covering, view these Classic Honeycomb Shades. For child safety they are cordless, and they start at a reasonable price of $40 after coupon (was $50) for the Single Cell Cordless Light Filtering Shades and $49.60 (was $62) for the Double Cell Cordless Light Filtering Shades. Final price will depend upon the size of your window.

My dining room window measures 45″ wide by 46″ tall. The price of a single cell shade came to just $87 before coupon. Once I applied the coupon, it was only $69.60. I decided to price compare with the double cell as it offers better insulation and energy efficiency. For my dining room window, the double cell shade would cost $133 before coupon and only $106.40 after our exclusive coupon. With such a large window, I am very pleased with the price.

Shadeworks Canada Coupon Code: Exclusive 20% Off Everything

There are many other designs to choose from as well. I am somewhat partial to real Basswood Blinds as they remind me of old houses with beautiful woodwork and crown moldings. That is the kind of house you expect to see wood blinds in. I also like UV shades that let you see out into the world but keep the sun out of your house. If I owned my own home, then I would invest in these Metallic Solar Roman Shades that start at $126.60 after coupon (was $211). At 4% openness factor, these shades provide privacy and energy efficiency while still allowing inside occupants glimpses of the outside world without raising the shades.

Shadeworks also has a sample program. They are willing to send you 10 free samples completely free of charge, for you to assess in your own home. They will be shipped to you at no charge. This is an excellent way to make sure your soon to be new blinds are exactly what you are looking for.

There is an order-processing fee of $4.99. Shipping is free.

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

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Shadeworks Canada Coupon Code: Exclusive 20% Off Everything

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August 27

Green Man Gaming: 2K Multibuy Deal – Get Up To 5 PC Games For $30

Posted by on August 27, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Green Man Gaming: 2K Multibuy Deal – Get Up To 5 PC Games For $30

Looking to save big on some hot video game titles? I know I am, now that I’m looking for a new virtual challenge to sink my teeth into – after all, 2K Games makes some of the most popular sports, strategy, and action titles out there! 2K Games is also responsible for established franchises such as Borderlands, Bioshock, and Civilization (you may remember playing the original on your mom’s old 386 computer). Well 2K Games fans, today’s deal from Green Man Gaming will certainly put a smile on your face – their current promotion is for a 2K multibuy deal, where you can choose from a selection of games and save some of your hard earned cash!

Here’s how the 2K multibuy deal works:

• Choose three selected PC titles for $24
• Choose four selected PC titles for $28
• Choose five selected PC titles for $30

With this 2K multibuy deal that’s being offered, you can choose from a decent selection of popular titles, such as Borderlands 2 (normally $19.99 on Gamefly), Civilization V: Gods & Kings (regular price is $29.99 on Gamefly), and Mafia II (normally $29.99 on Steam). To check out the full list of games available, click here.

I like the fact that the games in this sale are direct downloads. Just remember that rather than waiting for your item to ship, you’ll be able to enjoy your games within hours! The five games for $30 is the best value that you can get for this sale – even if you end up selecting the critically panned and massively disappointing Duke Nukem Forever (the game was in development limbo for nearly a decade, and it probably should have stayed there). All joking aside, there are some great games here that you should definitely try out at least once.

For example, here are some short reviews about Borderlands 2:

“Prepare to level. Prepare to loot. Prepare to get lost in the hilarious, bizarre and wonderful world of Pandora.”
9/10 – IGN

“Borderlands 2 stands out as Gearbox’s magnum opus, and one of the most memorable and fun gaming rides I’ve ever been on.”
4.5/5 – GameSpy

If you’re a fan of 2K Games and love your PC, then I’d highly recommend that you download these games before the promotion pulls a Houdini and disappears! Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry Date: Unknown)

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August 27

Dell Canada: New Dell Venue 8 With Bonus Case $199.99 (Save $64)

Posted by on August 27, 2014 at 6:30 PM

Dell Canada: New Dell Venue 8 With Bonus Case $199.99 (Save $64)

Dell Canada is selling their Dell Venue 8″ tablet for $199.99 with bonus case, discounted from $263.97. This is the newly released Venue 8 16GB tablet with Duo Case in your choice of colours.

The New Dell Venue 8 alone costs $219.99, so this offer is not only saving you on the value of tablet and the Duo Case ($32.99). That does not quite add up to the original price of this bundle, so I was not sure where they were getting the other $10 from until I added this bundle to my cart. Then I found out this bundle also includes a free Targus Universal Stylus for Tablets valued at $10.99. That makes up the difference!

When you add the bundle to your cart, you will be offered an extended warranty and underneath that, you will get to choose the colour of your included case. You can choose from:

  • Garnet Red
  • Black
  • Ocean Blue
  • Plum
  • Stone Grey

My husband has the ‘old’ Dell Venue 8″ tablet that he is very happy with so far. It was an excellent tablet for the price. One of the major selling features for us was the expandable memory. Like the previous model, this New Dell Venue 8 comes with 16GB of memory that is expandable with a MicroSD card. You can add up to 64GB of extra memory for a fraction of the price of buying a device with larger memory.

Features:

  • 16GB memory (expandable)
  • Android 4.4 KitKat
  • 1GB LP DDR3 Memory
  • Intel Atom processor Z3480 (up to 2.1GHz Dual-Core)
  • 8.0 inch IPS display with FHD (1920 x 1200) resolution with capacitive multi-touch

My husband accidentally ordered the Duo case for his older model Venue, which is not compatible with the new case. The case is fairly sturdy and wraps around the back of your tablet for protection. However, there is no protection for the screen. I suggest you also buy a screen protector to go with your tablet. We were quite pleased with the Dell return process. They emailed us a pre-paid return shipping label for the incorrect case, mailed out the correct case, and issued a refund for the price difference. Overall, they were quite efficient with the exchange.

I have read very good things about the screen on this device. Many people also have said that, for the cost, this tablet is one of the best on the market currently.

Receive free shipping on all orders at Dell Canada.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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August 27

Best Buy Canada: $100 Off All Apple iPad Airs + Free Gifts

Posted by on August 27, 2014 at 6:00 PM

Best Buy Canada: $100 Off All Apple iPad Airs + Free Gifts

Best Buy Canada is offering $100 off all Apple iPad Air tablets just in time for school. They also have oodles of fantastic promotions piled on top of this discount, including a free gift bundle with your tablet purchase (valued at $60) and more.

The best deal here is going for the smallest device. Purchase the Apple iPad Air – 16GB – Wi-Fi – Space Grey or Silver for only $419.99 instead of $519.99. I price compared with Staples, Apple, and Walmart who all have the iPad Air at full price (though Walmart is $1 cheaper than original full price). Apple Canada will be coming out with new iPad models this fall, thus I assume that Best Buy Canada is getting a head start by dropping their prices before other sellers.

Not only will you save $100 off your iPad, you will also receive a free Insignia tablet cleaner and six months of McAfee LiveSafe kit with the purchase of any iPad ($60 value). The tablet cleaner will be added to your cart and a promo code for the McAfee redemption will be emailed to you within two to four weeks of your purchase.

The savings do not stop there. You will receive 50% off any school supplies that you purchase with your tablet. This is a huge deal as Best Buy Canada already has good discounts on many school supplies. This Sharpie Neon 5-Pack Assorted Fine Point Markers is currently 50% off at only $4.95. Add the tablet to your cart first and then add the school supplies. When you add the sharpie pack, it comes down to $2.48. Take advantage of this discount on more expensive items like Desk Organizers and Dry-Erase Board Supplies.

There are several other promotions going on including:

The same $100 off iPad Air tablets offer is available at Future Shop Canada, but some of the bonus offers are different. They are not offering the extra 50% off school supplies for one thing, which makes this deal so alluring.

This promotion has many extra features to it that make it so much better than just $100 off an iPad. The extra 50% off school supplies is my favourite offer, and the free bundle with purchase is nice too.

Receive free shipping on orders of $25 or more.

(Expiry: 4th September 2014)

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August 27

Toys R Us Canada: 40% Of All $24.99 Hasbro Board Games

Posted by on August 27, 2014 at 5:30 PM

Toys R Us Canada:  40% Of All $24.99 Hasbro Board Games

Toys R Us Canada has a great deal on right now that is perfect for the cooler nights and weekends we will be having in the fall.  Save 40% on Hasbro board games that are $24.99 or more for a limited time only.

Basically, any Hasbro board game that is priced $24.99 or more will get discounted 40% off at the checkout. Almost all the the games in this section are $24.99, so the prices of them will all drop to just $14.97.

They have a pretty good variety with over 20 games available for this deal. This is the perfect sale for a family games night. They have classics like Monopoly, Risk, Operation, Life, Jenga and many more, along with some great new ones. The age range is from toddlers all the way up to adults, so there is something for everyone.

You do have the chance to save even more money if you buy a few different games. I did a screen shot for you below with my order.

Toys R Us Canada:  40% Of All $24.99 Hasbro Board Games

The games are already 40% off, but if you add three games to your cart, you will save an additional 20% on the them. They also have a deal on right now that will get you free shipping when you spend $25 or more on select items (which include all of these games). That means, you will save 40%, then an additional 20%, and get free shipping! My total for three games was just $35.94 when the regular price for all three should have been $86.17 with the cost of shipping. Those are some pretty incredible savings!

Like I mentioned above, for a limited time only, you can get free shipping on most orders of $25 or more.

(Expiry: Limited time offers)

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August 27

Walmart Canada: Diablo III Reaper Of Souls For PC $29.94

Posted by on August 27, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Walmart Canada: Diablo III Reaper Of Souls For PC $29.94

If you’re a fan of Diablo or any of the highly rated games produced by Blizzard Entertainment, then this deal will certainly please you! Today’s deal for Bargainmoosers can be found at WalMart, and they’re offering Diablo III Reaper Of Souls for the PC for the low price of $29.94. This game normally retails for $44.99 at big box locations like Staples, so this deal will help you save approximately $15.05!

As a nineties/millennial kid (don’t worry, I was able to enjoy a small taste of the eighties as well), it was hard not to hear about the critically acclaimed PC game series known as Diablo. Usually uttered within the same sentence as other PC classics such as Myst, Doom, and Command And Conquer: Red Alert, the Diablo series began back in 1996, when CD-ROM drives in computers were actually considered a luxury. I didn’t end up getting a PC with a CD-ROM drive until 1998, when I was lucky enough to share a Pentium 1 computer with the rest of my family. I mean, listening to music while using your computer at the same time was a novel yet thoroughly enjoyable concept at the time!

Anyway, the Diablo series really exploded by the time its sequel, Diablo II was released in the year 2000. Everyone and their cousin seemed to be addicted to this game, and it was easy to see why – game review magazines and websites raved about it, and it even ended up having a slew of expansion packs released for several years.

Diablo III Reaper Of Souls normally retails for $44.99 at Best Buy and Future Shop, so you’re saving $15.05 in total. Not bad at all! It’s also getting some high praise from reviewers like Metacritic, which has the game ranked at 87 out of 100. Here’s a snippet of a review from Gameblog:

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls is a great experience and an excellent add – on to Diablo III. With the Adventure mode and Nephalem’s Rift, Blizzard erases almost perfectly every inherent problems of Hack’n Slash games. It’s actually quite difficult to find real defects in this add – on.

I always preferred the Diablo series over Blizzard’s other franchises such as World Of Warcraft and Starcraft. However, I still have to say that my favourite game of theirs is The Lost Vikings, an oldie but a goodie for the Super Nintendo. Regardless, this is one heck of a deal for Diablo fans, so grab it while you can!

(Expiry Date: Unknown)

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August 27

New McDonalds Canada Printable Coupons

Posted by on August 27, 2014 at 4:30 PM

New McDonalds Canada Printable Coupons

McDonalds Canada has just released a new batch of printable coupons for us to take advantage of, and this time around they are pretty awesome! Not only do they have a bunch of buy one get one free deals, they also have savings for breakfast, lunch and dinner meals!

This time around, these coupons are only valid in a few of the provinces.  If you live in Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, or Newfoundland, you are one of the lucky ones that gets to take advantage of them. All you have to do is select your province and then your city, and your list of coupons will appear. The coupons for the most part are the same, but a few of them may vary from province or city.

I checked off the box for Ontario and here are some of the ones I saw:

  • Buy One get One Free Latte, Mocha, Cappuccino, Deluxe Hot Chocolate, Fruit Smoothies
  • Buy One Get One Free Breakfast and Lunch Sandwiches
  • Small Milkshake for $2
  • Buy One Get One Free McFlurry
  • McCafe Small Hot Drink Only $1

As you can see, there is a pretty good variety for breakfast, lunch and dinner options.  I love the buy one get one free coupons because they make it very inexpensive for a family of four to eat dinner on the cheap.

This weekend is Labor Day weekend and a lot of people will be traveling or camping. These coupons are just in time to help save you money on your meals while you are on the road.

All of these McDonalds coupons can be found posted up on the Bargainmoose coupon forum.  There is another option; you can show them from your smart phone if you download their app for free. This will save you the cost of printing them out at home and is a great alternative to printing them off and having them in your wallet.

(Expiry: 28th August 2014)

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August 27

HP Canada Coupon Codes: Up To $100 Off Computers

Posted by on August 27, 2014 at 2:30 PM

HP Canada Coupon Codes: Up To $100 Off Computers

HP Canada has brought back their up to $100 off coupon codes. We saw most of these values (though different codes) at the beginning of this month, but if you missed them you now have a second chance. Are you shopping for a new computer? Try out these coupon codes for up to $100 off your purchase from HP Canada to bring down the cost of your next purchase.

Click here to shop @ HP Canada now

  • Coupon Code: LabourD25
  • Discount: $25 off $150+
  • Coupon Code: 40SEPT799
  • Discount: $40 off PCs priced $799.99+
  • Coupon Code: 75SEPT999
  • Discount: $75 off PCs priced $999.99+
  • Coupon Code: 100SEP1199
  • Discount: $100 off PCs priced $1199.99+
  • Expiry: 1st September 2014

While these are not substantial coupon codes, the percentage off does go up for higher priced computers. The other good thing is that you can team these coupons up with the current Labour Day Sale.

There is currently $100 off this HP Pavilion 23-h119 TouchSmart All-in-One Desktop PC bringing the cost from $899.99 down to $799.99. This is everything you need all in one computer. Featuring the ease of a touch screen tablet with the screen size of a monitor and the convenience of an all-in-one unit such as a laptop, this desktop is the perfect home computer. It also has a massive hard drive and large memory. The computer specs are here:

  • Windows 8.1 64
  • AMD Quad-Core A10-6700T
  • AMD Radeon HD 8650D Graphics
  • 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3L (1 x 8 GB)
  • 2 TB 7200 rpm SATA

Using the $40 off $799.99 coupon code, your total for this computer comes down to $759.99.

The lower value coupon is also pretty sweet for smaller purchases. I found this excellent sale on a bundle package for back to school. The HP Pavilion 15-p067ca + HP Z3000 Wireless Mouse + HP Premier3 Backpack + 2 Year Warranty Upgrade New is a good bundle valued at $759.97, and is on sale for $599.97 during this sale. The laptop boasts specs of:

  • Windows 8.1 64
  • AMD Quad-Core A6-6310
  • 15.6″ diagonal HD BrightView LED-backlit touch screen (1366 x 768)
  • 6 GB 1600 MHz DDR3L SDRAM (1 x 2 GB, 1 x 4 GB)
  • 750 GB 5400 rpm SATA

I used the Labour Day coupon code to take an extra $25 off that price. Your total for this bundle comes down to $574.97. There are many other deals in this sale, so do not miss out!

HP offers free shipping on all orders, so there is no need to worry about extra shipping fees.

For more HP Store coupon codes and any future codes from the company, be sure to visit our flourishing coupon forum.

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August 27

Back To School Clothing Deals Roundup

Posted by on August 27, 2014 at 10:00 AM

Back To School Clothing Deals Roundup

There are so many different items kids need for back to school such as books, electronics, stationary and more. One of the things that is a must-have are some new school clothes. Kids grow out of their clothes so quickly that it seems like a waste of money to pay full price for anything. Well, you won’t have to with these deals. Many clothing stores are having some great sales on for toddlers, kids, teens and even adults that will save your budget and make you look great.

We have rounded up some of those clothing deals in one spot to make back to school (or work) shopping simple and affordable for you.

Toddlers and Kids

The Children’s Place- Use the coupon code PLACE2 for a limited time only to get 40% off your orders and free shipping. You can use this on their sale section as well with items up to 80% off the regular prices already.  You have the chance to save huge with the coupon and sale combined.

Old Navy Canada- Use coupon code ONSHOP to save yourself 20% on your entire order. This coupon code does not have an expiry date listed.  You can use this coupon with some of the sales they have such as kids jeans starting at $10 or tops starting at just $4.

Gap Canada- Save 20% on your online purchases with this coupon GAPDEAL2 until the end of the day today.  You can also save up to 40% in the uniform shop for a limited time only as well.

Teens and Adults

Rickis Canada- Shop online and save 25% on all tops for a limited time only.  They also have sale items up to 70% off the regular prices.  To save on the cost of shipping, use the coupon SHIP3 to pay just $3 on shipping orders over $40.

Bootlegger Canada-  The coupon code BOOTMORE will save you $20 off $60 or more, $40 off $120 or more, $60 off $180 or more or $80 off $24 or more for a limited time only.  There is also a printable version of this coupon for in-store shopping as well.

Guess Canada- There are a few coupons that you can use to save yourself some money over at Guess Canada. I suggest you use the coupon TENPNTMOO to save yourself 10% on all regular priced items until September 30th.

Some of the places such as Old Navy and Gap Canada will actually have deals and savings for the entire family, which will make it even easier to shop for back to school.  All of the coupons, both printable and codes, will be posted up on the Bargainmoose coupon forum.

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August 27

ModCloth (U.S.): Up To 70% Off

Posted by on August 27, 2014 at 9:30 AM

ModCloth (U.S.): Up To 70% Off

If you are looking for some great deals on clothing and accessories, look no further than ModCloth.  Don’t miss your chance to nab dazzling deals on separates, dresses, and more up to 70% off the regular prices.

There is no coupon code needed to get the discounts for this sale.  Additionally, there is no expiry date listed, so it could end at any time. In total, there are almost 1,100 items to choose from with a huge variety of categories such as lingerie, dress, tops, accessories and much more.  They even have some fun decorations for your home.

One of the reasons why I love ModCloth is that they include a lot of styles for full figured women and women with a larger bust line. I have a large bust and I have a heck of a time finding a dress that will fit me because of my large bust, along with a smaller waist and hips.  They have a variety of items that work perfectly for me.

Some of these deals there are on items with a limited number left and they will be going fast.  I found this pretty Tide and Joy dress that was $64.99 and is now just $19.99.  That is a whopping 70% off the regular price but the numbers are limited, so you need to act fast on this one. Another great find is this Drama 101 plus size top that was $49.99 and is now just $14.99. It is also 70% off the regular price but luckily, there are still plenty of these tops in stock to take advantage of.

Keep in mind, they also have some fun items that have nothing to do with clothing. I found this awesome Picture Perch-fect birdhouse that was $24.99 and is now just $16.99.  I don’t think I have seen anything like this before and it would make a great gift for anyone who loves to garden.

Please note that all prices are in U.S. funds and ModCloth does ship from the U.S., so you have the potential for duties. Shipping is based on the weight of your package, so it will vary on each order.

(Expiry: Limited time offers)

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