May 30

Quick Bargainmoose Contest: Win 1 of 2 Digital Memberships for the Entertainment Book! (EXPIRED)

Posted by on May 30, 2014 at 8:34 AM

Quick Bargainmoose Contest: Win 1 of 2 Digital Memberships for the Entertainment Book! (EXPIRED)

*** Contest now closed, winners were Moosers Mike & Lucie! ***

With the Entertainment Book you can save a plethora of money with digital and pull-out coupons for thousands of stores across Canada. If you like to save money, and you probably wouldn’t be browsing Bargainmoose if you don’t, the Entertainment Book can help you do that. Would you like to win your own digital subscription for Entertainment Book and discover for yourself what kind of savings you can get? Keep reading!

I recently got my own digital subscription for Entertainment Book, and although I haven’t used any of the coupons yet, I see quite a few coupons I’ll be using when I’m next in Toronto. As I’ve blogged before, Entertainment Book is best for those located in or near the larger cities, but there are some local deals available too. For example, I’ll soon be painting and there is a coupon for my nearby Sherwin Williams store giving me $15 off my $75 purchase. If I want to hit up Orange Julius afterwards and get a hot dog, well I can get another hot dog free and share with my husband.

On top of the local coupons, there are web coupons too. I always use to book my hotels and by booking through Entertainment Book at, I can save an extra 10% off the already low rates. I will of course be checking out the rates before going through the book to make sure I am getting the best deal, but that’s when any smart Mooser would do.

While I’m in Toronto this summer, I’m definitely going to take advantage of the many restaurant and attractions coupons available, which will save us quite a bit on our little urban vacation, allowing us to do more (and eat more!).

Right now, the Entertainment Book is offering books for $15, with extra books (which make great gifts) for only $10.

So, if you want to win one of two digital memberships (worth $19.99 each), in the next 48 hours I need you to leave a comment below with the answer to the following question:

What store do you most want to see coupons for, which typically doesn’t have coupons?

For some bonus entries make sure to do the following:

  • Leave a link to this contest on Twitter, ensure you include @bargainmoose.
  • Post a link to this contest on your Facebook wall, make sure you like Bargainmoose.
  • Pin this contest on your Pinterest & follow us there.


  • Canadian entrants only
  • One type of entry per household
  • Ends 31st May 2014
  • Rules subject to change at admin’s discretion
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17 Comments to “Quick Bargainmoose Contest: Win 1 of 2 Digital Memberships for the Entertainment Book! (EXPIRED)”

  1. Pam says:

    I would love to see a coupon for a national drug store, Pharma Plus or Shoppers.

  2. Tamara says:


  3. Martin Albert says:

    I never saw coupon for Homesence and Winners. I bought so much home decor there for my new house that a coupon would have been fantastic.

  4. Mike Gismondi says:

    MEC would be great!

  5. Brandy says:

    Restaurants like Tim Hortons….perhaps Boston Pizza….

  6. michelle says:

    wish more of our smaller local retailers had coupons and Wendy’s

  7. katama381 says:

    maybe to Tim Horton’s or to Sunset Grill

  8. Suzi says:

    Nike would be nice! :)

  9. Cherie says: needs coupons & Tim Hortons

  10. Lucie says:

    I would like to see more box store coupons

  11. sandra says:

    I would like to see coupons for winners.

  12. Cheryl says:

    Starbucks, to feed my caffeine addiction….

  13. Marilyn O says:

    Starbucks and Tim Horton’s coupons would be nice

  14. Tracey says:

    I would love to see coupons for Mountain Equipment Co-op.

  15. Scott says:

    I’d like to see them add coupons to restaurants that feature healthy menus – instead of 2-for-1 coupons to fast food places

  16. Deborah says:

    I would like to have a discount coupon for Hallmark, not just for cards but for the unique (and pricey) giftware items they sell.

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