Canadian Freebies

February 20

Canadian Freebie: Free Good Deeds Day Accessory

Posted by on February 20, 2015 at 9:38 AM

Canadian Freebie: Free Good Deeds Day Accessory

March 15th is Good Deeds Day. The folks at Good Net want to help you do something good by giving you a free accessory. You will be awarded one of four possible free items that each includes free shipping.

Over at Goodnet, they are getting ready for Good Deeds Day. This annual worldwide event takes place this year on March 15th. Clicking around on the Good Deeds Day Website, they have over 900,000 volunteers around the world taking part in various projects to help others. On their site you can also find information about how to join an event or start your own event in your local community. You can also pledge to do good. This means you write on their website what good deed you will do for your family or community in honor of Good Deeds Day.

Goodnet also wants to help you do a little good, even if you are not currently involved in one of their projects. Right now, while supplies last you can take a three question survey to receive one of four free gifts to help you do something good. The possibilities include:

  • “Oh Goodie” reusable snack holder
  • “Take Me Everywhere” reusable canvas tote bag
  • “Words of Magic” inspirational greeting cards
  • “The Do Good” reusable bag

You can take the survey several times.  If you do not like your chosen gift, you can skip back to the beginning of the survey and take it again. The survey asks you several questions and uses your answers to decide your gift. If you are trying for a different gift, click different choices in the survey. The good deeds seem to fall in several categories including taking care of the planet, helping others and helping in the community.

This freebie was available last year also and I received the reusable snack bag. My kid used the snack bag for quite a while, and I was able to wash it. I found it is a nice size to slip into a lunch box or purse.

We can never seem to have too many tote bags around. Even a small bag is always welcome in our home. I try to keep a few smaller bags for running into the pharmacy or carrying just a few toys for my daughter.

The greeting cards I suspect are for doing random acts of kindness. I do not know anyone who has received them in the past. I would stash them in with my gift wrap until I could use them.

The “do good” bag  is big enough to hold a water bottle, and I am sure I can find something to stash in a Ziploc style bag. I will keep my baby clothing donation pile in the bag instead of in a random corner of my basement.

Bargainmooser, which accessory do you want to do good?

(Image Credit: Timo Gufler)

(Expiry: Unknown)

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February 19

UFile Canada: Free Tax Return for Students

Posted by on February 19, 2015 at 2:18 PM

UFile Canada: Free Tax Return for Students

If you are a student and paid tuition in the last fiscal year, you can file your taxes with Dr Tax UFile for free.

Click here to see this student promotion @ UFile.ca now

  • Special offer code: FAY1493
  • Discount: free student tax filing
  • Expiry: Unknown

There is a long list of rules so I will try to summarize them for you. This offer is open to Canadian residents who have attended school for a minimum of one month during the tax year. You also need to be designated as the ‘family head’ for the purposes of filing your taxes.

Filing your taxes is as simple as tax filing can be. Login or create an UFile account for the current tax year. Then enter your tuition fees and months at school. After that, find the “Special offer” form via UFile’s QuikClik Navigator – you may need to scroll down for the offer. In the special offer box, enter the code listed above and then click next.

UFile Canada: Free Tax Return for Students

You have hit all the important steps – all that is left to do is actually enter your information for tax purposes. You have the option of printing out the taxes and mailing them in or NETFILE your return. I think submitting online is simplest and the entire process should not take you too long.

This offer is valid regardless of your personal income as a student. I know as a student that it is difficult to make ends meet. You need to pay tuition, pay for books, pay for transportation, and then there are housing and food costs. As a student, I was rather grateful for any student freebies or even price reductions. It is hard enough to budget without taxes to think about.

I also know how inconvenient it is to do taxes. Right now, you are probably in between classes and wondering how you will ever get your taxes done in between classes, studying, assignments, and life. I find filing online the easiest way to take care of your taxes and, for the average student; it should take less than an hour.

I assume this promotion expires the night before all your tax returns have to be filed with the government, but the promotion does not say.

Check out this and any future Dr Tax Ufile coupon codes on the forum.

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February 18

Download The Catching Fire eBook for Free @ Google Play Canada

Posted by on February 18, 2015 at 2:09 PM

Download The Catching Fire eBook for Free @ Google Play Canada

Hey Hunger Games fans, check out this offer from Google Play. For a limited time, you can download the Catching Fire eBook by Suzanne Collins for completely free from the Google Play Store. Catching Fire is the second book of the Hunger Game trilogy, and is definitely worth a read. Even better, you can download the Google Play Store on any device to enjoy this freebie.

With my lifestyle it is hard to make time to sit down and read a book. Even though I can be quite busy, I still made time to read the entire Hunger Games trilogy. Actually, I found this book hard to put down. If you have yet to read these books, or perhaps would read them again, then now is the time. Right now the Google Play Store Canada is offering the second book of Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire, for free. This eBook would have normally cost you $12.99. You can download the Google Play Store on any device to take advantage of the offer.

The best part about eBooks is the convenience. Take out your cell phone or tablet wherever you may be and start reading. You don’t have to worry about carrying around heavy books, or finishing your book half way through your train ride anymore. The Kindle edition of this book is on sale for $8.24 Amazon.ca right now, so getting it for free from Google Play is great.

Here is one of the customer reviews on the Catching Fire eBook:

I forced myself to read this book slowly, over the course of three days, because I just couldn’t stand that it had to end. WOW. Given how much I loved The Hunger Games, I didn’t think it was possible for Catching Fire to live up to my expectations. This eBook exceeded them. In all my speculations on where Collins was going to take Katniss and Peeta, I didn’t even get close. I’m going to try very hard to stay away from any spoilers here.

Not only is the Catching Fire eBook available for free, but the other two books of this Hunger Game trilogy are discounted greatly. You can get The Hunger Games eBook from Google Play for just $2.35 instead of the original price which was $12.99. The third and final eBook, Mockingjay, is also on sale from $12.99 down to $6.50. You can choose to get a “free sample” of either of these books, but I warn you,  you will be left wanting more.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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February 17

2 Free Movie Pass Codes To A Screening of Russell Madness @ Cineplex Theatres

Posted by on February 17, 2015 at 8:09 AM

2 Free Movie Pass Codes To A Screening of Russell Madness @ Cineplex Theatres

Cineplex’s popular family series is offering a free screening of the move Air Bud Presents: Russell Madness. Viewings are available in select cities for both February  21st or February 28th at 11 am. Click below to receive two individualized codes and book your show times free.

Cineplex is offering a free movie screening for the whole family, yahoo! Once you request your code, Cineplex should e-mail you your individualized coupon codes immediately. Make sure you check your spam folder if you are having trouble finding the e-mail. You can also search your e-mail for Cineplex, which is what I generally do. From the e-mail, you are then directed back to Cineplex’s website to reserve your seats. If you need more than two tickets, Cineplex suggests in the e-mail that you can send extra codes for seats to an alternative e-mail. I would not wait to reserve the date you prefer, as free showings generally fill up quickly.

I tried several different cities to see what was available for this movie. I had luck in both Toronto and Vancouver securing a seat for either date.  This movie will not being showing in Montreal, so my kiddo will miss out on the Russell Madness fun.

This is the premier showing for the movie Russell Madness. If you or your kids liked the movie Air Bud or Super Buddies, they should like this movie as it is from the same producers. Both are super family friendly flicks, though I have only seen Super Buddies on The Disney Channel at my daughter’s insistence.

Here is a quick plot summary of Russell Madness courtesy of IMBD.

Russell Maddness tells the story of Russell, an undersized but big-hearted terrier. Russell gets taken in by The Ferraros, a family desperate to revive their grandfather’s pro wrestling arena. With help from his monkey coach named Hunk, Russell rockets to the top of the pro wrestling world . When a dishonest promoter double-crosses the Ferraros, Russell will discover that the strongest tag team is family.

This special showing is part of Cineplex’s popular Family Favourties series. If you are not familiar, Cineplex offers family friendly shows every Saturday for the low price of $2.99 per ticket. While films are not generally new releases like this flick, they do show some great titles such as How To Train Your Dragon 2, Fantastic Mr. Fox and Hop.

Free movie showings generally fill up quickly. If you want a seat, I would suggest grabbing your code and reserving now. This looks like it is going to be a pretty cute family flick, and who can argue with free?

(Expiry: Unknown)

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February 16

A&W Canada: Get A Free Small Van Houtte Coffee

Posted by on February 16, 2015 at 8:30 PM

A&W Canada: Get A Free Small Van Houtte Coffee

A&W Canada knows how important your morning coffee can be. Why not go organic? A&W has launched their Van Houtte blend of coffee, available exclusively at A&W Canada restaurants. In celebration of their new coffee blend, here is your chance to try a small Van Houtte coffee at your local A&W restaurant for free. All you have to do is login to your A&W coupon account and redeem the offer.

Log in or sign up for an A&W Canada account to receive this offer among other coupon offers. A&W is consistently releasing new discount opportunities, and right now you will get two freebies just for signing up. Like usual, you will get a coupon for a free rootbeer. On top of that offer, you will also get a free small Van Houtte Coffee.

The Van Houtte coffee is an exclusive blend just for A&W. It is an organic, Fairtrade coffee that will cost you absolutely nothing when you redeem this offer. Once you login to your A&W Canada account, the offer will automatically appear. Please don’t redeem the offer unless you are on your way to your local A&W Canada restaurant. Once you click redeem, you will only have an hour to claim your free cup of coffee. You can also opt to print this coupon instead, but why spend the extra money on printer ink? When I printed my coupon, the expiry date listed was the 19th of February 2015 but I believe this will vary depending on the print date.

This offer cannot be combined with any other A&W Canada coupon or promotional offer. You will also be limited to one coupon per customer per visit. I am sure quantities will be limited so I would snag this offer while you can. You also can’t use this coupon to get any other hot beverage in substitution. It must be used towards their new Van Houtte coffee blend.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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February 14

Canadian Freebie: eBooks @ Kobo (Discover a New Series)

Posted by on February 14, 2015 at 3:00 PM

Canadian Freebie: eBooks @ Kobo (Discover a New Series)

We last mentioned this deal back in May last year which was quite a long time ago. We’ve got a lot of new Moosers since then and I’d like to write about the offer again, to let you all know about what you can get. On this special page at Kobo.com, they’re offering a range of eBooks totally free – they won’t cost you a penny. These books are the first in their series from various authors.

Here’s what Kobo say about the offer:

On this page you’ll find short stories, novels, and first titles in a series, and all of them are completely free! So, try out a new book today – risk free. You just might end up finding a hidden gem or a new favourite author.

We’re all savvy shoppers here on Bargainmoose, and I think we can deduce why Kobo would offer these books for free. They want us to read the first book and enjoy it… then go on to purchase the sequels too. Well, it’s a good marketing tactic, just keep it in mind when you are reading.

There are many titles to choose from in this free selection. I did a quick manual tally and there seem to be 178 books there. Here are some highlights from the various categories:

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Romance

Mysteries & Thrillers

As you can see, there is quite a range of topics to choose from; everything from sci-fi to romance. I’ve only highlighted nine out of the possible 178 titles.

I love Kobo! I’ve bought quite a few books from them which I read on my iPad Air. As for the Kobo app itself, I also find that it’s very useful. You don’t have to just read books bought from Kobo, you can also read PDFs and word files in the Kobo app. I’ve got some basic eBooks in PDF format, and I am able to open and read them in the Kobo app, making it a pleasant reading experience.

In fact, I’m going to add some of these free titles to my account right now, so that they’re there if I am stuck somewhere with nothing to read. I’m downloading the Extensis Vitae book as it’s the editor’s pick in the sci-fi section!

(Expires: Unknown)

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February 13

Want a Free Big Gulp Drink? Download the 7-Eleven Canada App Now! *BUMP!* (EXPIRED)

Posted by on February 13, 2015 at 12:00 PM

Want a Free Big Gulp Drink? Download the 7 Eleven Canada App Now! *BUMP!* (EXPIRED)

If you are passing by a 7-Eleven Canada store today, then don’t miss this opportunity for their Free Friday offer. Today only,  you can redeem a free Big Gulp beverage of any size through the 7-Eleven mobile app at your closest 7-Eleven location.

The Big Gulp from 7-Eleven is great if you are super thirsty. It is even better that today you can get it for free by simply downloading the 7-Eleven Canada mobile app. The 7-Eleven app is available through the App Store and Google Play on both Apple and Android devices. It will take just a moment to download the app, and in exchange you will be able to redeem this freebie. Personally, I leave the app on my phone so I can redeem future freebie offers from 7-Eleven Canada without the wait.

Today’s 7-Eleven Canada Free Day Friday offer will allow you to head into your local store and pick up a free Big Gulp beverage, while supplies last. From previous experience, I have found that my local 7-Eleven Canada store does not run out of their freebie Friday offers quickly, so hopefully you won’t be left disappointed.

The Big Gulp is great except it never fits in the cup holder of my car. 7-Eleven Canada even offers refillable cups or mugs, but they are not included in this offer. You will find many interesting flavours, hopefully you love it. You can even mix as many flavours into one cup as you like, for a unique taste.

There are also other offers available through the 7-Eleven Canada app. These offers will vary depending on your location, but usually you can find offers like buy 1 get 1 free and more. To see if your local 7-Eleven Canada has your desired offer, just click the savings. You will then be directed to your local 7-Eleven store.

(Expiry: 13th February 2015)

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February 12

30 Day Free Trial of Kindle Unlimited @ Amazon.ca

Posted by on February 12, 2015 at 7:30 PM

30 Day Free Trial of Kindle Unlimited @ Amazon.ca

Amazon Canada is now introducing Kindle Unlimited. Much like our American neighbours, we now have the freedom to explore over 750,000 book titles. While this membership would normally cost you $9.99 a month, right now you can get a 30 Day Free Trial of the Kindle Unlimited offer.

Any device can download Kindle Unlimited from Amazon.ca. That means you can virtually read from over 750,000 titles on your iPhone, Android device or other smartphones and tablets. There are many popular titles to choose from. If you  have yet to read The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, then now is the perfect chance. This book was one of my favourites, and if you enjoyed the movie then you will adore the book. The original list price of the digital copy of The Hunger Games was $12.99. Right now it is on sale for just $2.35 but that fee will be waived if you sign up for Kindle Unlimited.

Maybe you have a baby on the way, or are planning on having a baby. You can also choose to read What to Expect When You’re Expecting during your free trial of Kindle Unlimited. This book is great for all sorts of information pertaining to pregnancy and motherhood. This was my go-to book all through my pregnancy and helped me with a lot of questions when my doctor was not just a phone call away. This book would normally cost you $16.95 but is on sale for $9.99 right now. When you start your free trial of Kindle Unlimited, you will be able to read it for free.

Having the ability to read Kindle books on your mobile device has many perks. Books can be heavy – so by downloading Kindle Unlimited you’re not only getting convenience, but the ability to choose from multiple books on your travels as well. Sometimes I finish a book halfway through my travels. It would be very convenient to just select another book on your mobile device. There are so many books from DIY Projects to Brain Training and Wilderness Survival Guides.

Unfortunately this offer is not available to Quebec residents at this time. Also, please be careful to cancel your subscription if you don’t want to pay the $9.99 monthly fee. Otherwise you have authorized them to charge your credit card until you cancel. You can cancel at anytime by heading over to the account settings and adjusting the settings there.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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February 10

Free 2GB Google Drive Storage with Security Checkup

Posted by on February 10, 2015 at 4:30 PM

Free 2GB Google Drive Storage with Security Checkup

Here is an awesome little promotion for all my lovely Moosers! Receive a bonus 2GB of free Google Drive storage when you complete a simple Security Checkup. The checkup should only take about two minutes of your time.

This offer is in honour of Safer Internet Day. Google wants you to become acquainted with your security settings and make changes if they are necessary. Through the security check, you can check on the following information:

  • Update your account’s recovery information in case there is ever suspicious activity on your account
  • Review your recent sign-in activity to make sure only you have access (and not your ex-bf because you forgot to change your password)
  • Review what applications and devices have access to pieces of your account information.

This last step is the most important for me, as I will approve some app that is busy bugging for access to my Google Drive – and then completely forget that I gave that app access. I might remove the app later, when I should also remove their permissions as well.

I have a gmail email account but an iPhone, so this is not quite as relevant for me as it is for anyone with an Android device. You guys have a lot of things accessing your Google Drive so it is a good idea to prune that list back every now and then.

Now, the deal is simple. Perform the update by the 17th of February, and you will be automatically given the extra 2 GB of storage on February 28, 2015.

Some of you may ask, “How do I know I qualify for the 2GB extra storage?” That has been made absurdly simple. At the end of the security check, you will see three (or four) boxes. If they are all checked off (green) that means you have completed all the requirements for the bonus storage.

Free 2GB Google Drive Storage with Security Checkup

This is my own personal screenshot. I added a phone number, changed my emergency recovery email address, and I disabled the access for less secure apps. Overall, it took like one minute and it was time well spent.

Note: Google Apps for Work and Google Apps for Education users are not eligible for the bonus storage.

(Expiry: 17th February 2015)

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February 8

Free Download: Purdys “Around the Chocolatier’s Table” Recipe Book

Posted by on February 8, 2015 at 7:00 PM

Free Download: Purdys “Around the Chocolatiers Table” Recipe Book

I was in the process of updating our Purdys coupon page here and I was browsing round their site, with my mouth watering as I did so. I noticed a banner on their front page about the download of a free eBook. It’s called, “Around the Chocolatier’s Table,” and it is written by Gary Mitchell, Purdys head chocolatier.

You can either read the book online or download a copy for yourself, and read it at your own leisure. The aim of this free eBook from Purdys is the following:

Free Download: Purdys “Around the Chocolatiers Table” Recipe Book

That sounds great! Who says you cannot have chocolate with every course?

Glancing through the eBook, there are recipes such as:

  • Brie & chocolate tartlets
  • Spicy chocolate chicken thighs
  • Macadamia crusted Mahi-Mahi & lemon peppercorn sauce
  • Purdys dark chocolate & port beef wellingtons
  • Himalayan pink salt caramel and English toffee cheesecake

I’ve got a little quote from my partner, what he said when I read out the latter item on that bulleted list:

That sounds pretty nice.

Understatement of the year! Some of those recipes sound definitively amazing and the images in the book are pure and simply food porn. Honestly, I’ve only ever used chocolate in desserts… I’ve never had the chance to try my hand at using it in other courses too. I’d love to give some of these recipes a try. I don’t think my partner would complain, in the least!

While you’re on the above page on Purdys, you’ll notice that there are a few other free publications to download too. For example:

A chocolate Martini collection! “Heaven… I’m in heaven…!”

(Expiry: Unknown)

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February 8

Canadian Freebie: Free LEGO Part Replacement

Posted by on February 8, 2015 at 6:00 PM

Canadian Freebie: Free LEGO Part Replacement

Lego, oh Lego… loved by many, feared by countless. Did you know that you can get free replacement parts at Lego’s official site?

That’s right! Lego offers free replacement parts. First you need to provide your age and shipping destination and then you will be asked if you want to buy a piece or if your set has a missing or broken piece. For the purpose of this experiment, I selected that my piece broke while building and then I was asked to specify which part(s) I needed.

Lego pieces are easily misplaced and altogether lost, so this is definitely a great “freebie” to take advantage of. No worries if you can’t find the number of the set you have because you can choose to describe what you’re looking for instead as well.

Now, there isn’t a limit on how many replacement pieces you can get but let’s just say that you couldn’t exactly ask for 1000 pieces in the hopes of getting a set entirely for free. Let’s keep things reasonable. Well you could technically ask friends and family members for their addresses and whatnot, but I’ll leave that up to you…

Want to check out the process without actually entering your specific set? Then enter the set number: “10179”, which is the number for the Ultimate Collector’s Millenium Falcon. Once you input this set number (or any other for that matter), you will set a huge selection of all the pieces that you can order as replacements. Simply click the “add to list” button and then tell Lego what was wrong with the piece. No worries here as it can be as simple as: “I lost the piece”.

The great part about this service from Lego is that you could replace parts from an old set. So say you still have a set from when you were younger and now want to give it to your kids to play with but there are pieces missing, then you can order new ones to re-complete the set, wrap it up and give it to them as though you bought it — can’t get more money-saving than that!

(Image Credit: Magic Madzik)

(Expiry: Unknown)

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February 8

Valentine’s Day Free $6 Google Credit with Chromecast

Posted by on February 8, 2015 at 4:00 PM

Valentines Day Free $6 Google Credit with Chromecast

If you own the Google Chromecast, then you can receive $6 free Google Credit for Valentine’s Day. Either head over to The Chromecast offers page online or else access this offer on your mobile device.

The steps are simple. Check for available offers and redeem the offer for $6 worth of Google Credit. $6 is enough to order a movie rental from the Google store for this Valentine’s Day. Snuggle up with your loved one with a few candles, popcorn, chocolate, wine, and a good movie.

I do not have my Chromecast connected to my computer yet, so I redeemed the offer straight from my phone. Here are the steps for mobile phone and tablet users:

  1. Enter Chromecast app
  2. click on your device name
  3. Select 3 ‘dots’ on top right hand corner and click “Check for offers”
  4. Agree to the terms and conditions
  5. select the promotion and confirm

Valentines Day Free $6 Google Credit with Chromecast

You can see the free Google Play credit offer right on the left. This following picture is a screen shot from my phone that I took before I redeemed the offer. This is what the offer will look like on your screen.

While this credit is under the guise of a movie rental, it can be used for music, app purchases, and more. It just goes into the generic pile of Google Play credit you already have. I bought the Google Chrome for $29 around Boxing Day when they still had the free $20 Google credit deal. Add on this $6 of Google Play credit and I will nearly have received as much credit as I paid for the device.

The credit expires in two years from the start of this promotion (5th February 2017), so try not to horde it.

I have never used Google Play credit before, so I am curious if it can be used against in-app purchases. Do any of our Moosers have any experience with this? My partner is addicted to Injustice: Gods Amoung Us. I was thinking of purchasing some in-app credit for him with the Google Play credit I am getting from the Chromecast.

Personally, I love the Google Chromecast and often recommend it to my friends. Just last night I used it to watch about an hour worth of educational (Vsauce) YouTube videos.

(Expiry: 21st February 2015)

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February 7

Canadian Freebie: Free LEGO Valentine’s Printables!

Posted by on February 7, 2015 at 1:00 PM

Canadian Freebie: Free LEGO Valentine’s Printables!

Everything is awesome! Everything is cool when you’re part of a team! Those are the words sung in the soundtrack of the LEGO movie… and they’re awesome. And do you know what else is awesome? Free LEGO printables for Valentine’s Day! They’re pictured above and here they are:

Just click the link above, download the pdf file and print it out to your heart’s content. I think that young kids would love these, for handing out to their friends.

By the way, the “Everything is awesome” theme tune that I mentioned earlier… did you know that was sung by Tegan and Sara, the popular Canadian indie pop duo? They’re even playing the song LIVE at the Oscars this year. I’ve been a fan of Tegan and Sara for a few years and listened to a few of their albums. But when I saw the LEGO movie, I didn’t even realise that song was by them! It’s such a fantastic tune… I love it and I am listening to it as I write this blog post! Another one of theirs which I really like is, “Where does the good go.” Give it a listen.

Thanks to Kiki!

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February 7

Bausch & Lomb Canada Freebie: Free Trial of Multi-Focal Contact Lenses

Posted by on February 7, 2015 at 11:00 AM

Bausch & Lomb Canada Freebie: Free Trial of Multi Focal Contact Lenses

As some of us get older, we find ourselves having a certain difficulty of seeing items that are both near and far away. Not only are glasses expensive, but usually if you need bifocals then you will also need an additional pair of glasses for cuddling up with a book. Bausch & Lomb Canada may have a solution, why not try it out for free? Right now you can request a free trial sample of the Multi-Focal Contact Lenses from Bausch & Lomb.

To request your free trial sample of Multi-Focal Contact Lenses from Bausch & Lomb Canada, just fill out the short form. Once you have submitted your form, you can probably expect to wait 6-10 weeks to receive your sample.

If you are a little concerned about the theory of Multi-Focal Contact Lenses, check out this Bausch & Lomb Canada customer review:

Thank you! Thank you! I just tried my first pair of multi-focal contacts and I love them. I have worn hard contacts for over 30 years and have needed to wear bifocal glasses to see up close, but these new contacts are great! I am able to type this with just using my new contacts and couldn’t be happier. Thanks again, a huge fan. I will share this with everyone I know

I have heard some people say that bifocal glasses or multi-focal eye wear made them nauseous and they couldn’t handle it. For that reason I will be a little weary about spending my money on products like this. At least with a free trial, you will get to experience how these contact feel instead of spending money and risking not liking the product.

Bausch & Lomb Canada have stated that this offer is only available for a limited time. They did not list an expiry date, but I would act fast before it ends if I were you. Enjoy your free trial!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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February 3

Canadian Freebie: Free Taster Pack of LifeForce Pet Food and Treats

Posted by on February 3, 2015 at 11:30 AM

Canadian Freebie: Free Taster Pack of LifeForce Pet Food and Treats

Pet lovers, I have another great freebie for you if you have a cat or dog. Click below to grab a free taster pack of LifeForce food and treats for your favourite pet. Samples do not always stay around long, so sign up quick to make sure you grab yours.

My kitty loves treats especially if it has anything to do with turkey or bacon. Sign up now to grab a free taster pack of LifeForce food. This promotion is in partnership with Animal Wellness Magazine. If you are unfamiliar, Animal Wellness Magazine promotes itself as the top natural health magazine for cats and dogs in North America.

Included in the taster pack promotion you will receive:

  • Wholesome Beef Food
  • Beef Super Strip Treat
  • Super Nutrition Nuggets Daily Health Treat

I checked into this promotion a little bit as there is simply not a whole lot of information listed on the webpage where you sign up. LifeForce Pet Health  offers all natural, healthy food and treats for cats and dogs. These products are designed free of all fillers and full of good healthy food for your pet. If you read a little more about their food, it is a raw dehydrated pet food.

The pet food and treats can be given to your pet as is or can also be rehydrated. LifeForce recommends rehydrating the food especially for cats to ensure your pet is not overeating. They also mention because it is a raw product that you should treat this pet food the same way you would any other raw meat and make sure to wash your hands and clean surfaces. They recommend not allowing young children to feed the food to the animals as it is raw, but the treats are perfectly fine for children to handle. My kid would not be digging treats she was not allowed to give to the cat. I am glad those are safe for her to handle also. He can give her his begging for a treat look instead of me.

My neighbors feed their dog a whole foods diet that they cook in the crock-pot every week. I am not sure that I am ready to make the switch to raw food for my cat but I am willing to give it a try for free. If my cat does not dig this sample, it is going to my neighbours house. I received a confirmation email for singing up pretty quickly. Make sure to check your e-mail inbox to make sure you got yours also.

Bargainmoosers have you looked into feeding your pet a raw or dehydrated diet?

(Photo Credit: Little Orange Crow)

(Expiry: Unknown)

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