Costco Canada

October 3

Costco Canada: Extra $10 Off Kirkland Signature Breakfast Blend 200 K-Cups

Posted by on October 3, 2014 at 1:00 PM

Costco Canada: Extra $10 Off Kirkland Signature Breakfast Blend 200 K Cups

Stock up on coffee and save $10 off the purchase of two 100-count boxes of Kirkland Signature Breakfast Blend light roast coffee. Until the end of the week-end, you can get 200 k-cups for just $73.99 instead of the $83.99 original price.

Originally, I was going to blog about Costco’s deal on Van Houtte Original House blend, where a 96-count box is now $6 off. You can get either the regular or the decaffeinated versions for just $43.99 instead of the regular price of $49.99. It’s great deal considering that it comes down to just $0.46 per k-cup and that on Keurig’s own website, you would be looking at paying $15.71 for a 24-count box, which is $0.66 per k-cup and you would still have to worry about reaching the $45 minimum threshold for free shipping.

Costco, on the other hand, offers free shipping on every order and while if you’re a Van Houtte fan, that deal is worth taking advantage of right now as well, I actually much prefer Kirkland coffee. I buy their signature breakfast blend on a monthly basis because not only is it cheap, but it’s also delicious. It turns out that I have been slightly overpaying but what is the most surprising is that Costco’s online price for the two boxes doesn’t match their in-store price but their current discount is still much better.

In-stores, I usually pay $38.99 for a 100-count box of Kirkland Signature Breakfast Blend but their online price for two boxes is $83.99, which is actually $6 more expensive than if you were to get the two boxes in-stores. Weird indeed but with the discount, you are looking at paying less. Right now, the price per k-cup is just $0.37, which is undoubtedly the lowest price I have ever seen for any coffee in k-cup format.

According to Costco’s description, it’s “a full-flavoured cup of sunshine” and I couldn’t agree more! This has been my go-to coffee for a couple of years now and although I like to switch it up occasionally, I always end up going back to it because not only is it delicious but I also love that I can have my coffee through k-cups without paying outrageous prices for them. As I have mentioned numerous times before, grocery stores frequently sell k-cups anywhere from $0.75 all the way up to $1 and that is just outrageous! I also love that it’s a light roast because that means there is more caffeine than in a darker roast.

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(Expiry: 5th October 2014)

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September 27

The Source Canada: Sennheiser Open Wireless Headphones | Was $140 Now $80

Posted by on September 27, 2014 at 12:00 PM

The Source Canada: Sennheiser Open Wireless Headphones | Was $140 Now $80

If you’re a fan of high quality name brand headphones, it seems like now is the time to take advantage of some great sales! Right now, you can get some Sennheiser RS116 Wireless Headphones for $79.99! The regular price of these wireless headphones is $139.99, so you’re saving $60! This order also qualifies for free shipping.

If you’re looking for the ultimate pair of headphones that can suit all of your audio related needs, these Sennheiser RS116 Wireless Headphones  should easily keep you satisfied. With these high end headphones, you can have a range of up to 91 metres from the transmitter. To learn all about the specifications of these Sennheiser RS116 Wireless Headphones , just click here.

Though I don’t own a pair of wireless headphones, I have tried out some Bose earbuds while going for a few jogs outdoors. Especially when compared to the stock headphones from Apple that came with my iPod, I noticed a huge difference between them. The Bose earbuds definitely made some of the songs I listened to sound even louder, while keeping the quality clean without any kind of distortion.

While the novelty of wireless headphones isn’t so fresh nowadays, it’s still exceptionally convenient to wear around the house – especially when you’re working out. You won’t have to worry about wrangling with a cord when you’re on the treadmill anymore, or if you’re trying to prepare some dinner. These Sennheiser RS116 Wireless Headphones can really be quite useful!

At Future Shop and Best Buy, these wireless headphones currently cost $119.99. I’ve included a snippet of a review of these Sennheiser RS116 Wireless Headphones from a satisfied customer of The Source below:

The headphones are comfortable, the ear pcs could be slightly larger but the still fit well. The sound quality is excellent. At low volumes the bass is still vibrant and clear. The true distance you can go before sound breaks up appears to happen around the 60 – 80 ft mark which is more than what I need. Overall these are worth the investment!

Check out this deal before these headphones revert back to the regular price. I hope you all have a great weekend, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 1st October 2014)

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September 24

Costco Canada: Queen Organic Cotton Sheet Set 300 TC Only $62.99

Posted by on September 24, 2014 at 1:30 PM

Costco Canada: Queen Organic Cotton Sheet Set 300 TC Only $62.99

Costco Canada has the most incredible price listed for their Organic Cotton Sheet Set. While these sheets are not on sale, I assume they will sell out quickly because their price is so extraordinary inexpensive. Buy a set of organic cotton sheets with matching pillowcases for just $62.99 with free shipping at Costco.

You might be wondering why I am blogging about something that is technically not on sale. Well, I am recently in the process of converting all my bedding over to organic. You have no idea the expense involved in buying organic sheets, so I have been price comparing everywhere I can find organic sheets in Canada (rare). The prices are astronomical as you can see for yourself.

As a price comparison, let us look at what the competitors are selling similar queen size organic cotton sheet sets for – around the same thread count.

The average set of 300 thread-count organic cotton sheets sells for $200 plus from most retailers. The cheapest places to find organic sheets are Shop.ca and this amazing deal at Costco. I own a pair of the Shop.ca sheets I linked to and I attempted to buy another pair just a couple weeks ago. However, they cancelled my order and told me the sheets had been discontinued. I told them they were still available for sale on the website and they thanked me for that information (not happy!). I suggest you do not try to purchase those sheets; they are for price reference only.

Costco’s price completely blows the competition out of the water. They are cheaper than the (non-existent) Shop.ca organic sheets by $30 and nearly 1/3rd the price of the majority of other organic sheet sellers. These sheets are made of 100% Egyptian organic cotton and are Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified.

As they have not been processed with harsh chemicals, they might smell of vinegar. However, this smell will come out in a few washes. These are ivory sheets (though they look white in the picture) and the set includes a fitted sheet, flat sheet, and two pillowcases. I use organic sheets because my skin is very sensitive to chemicals. I figure that anything that has contact with my skin, for eight hours a day, should not contain the same chemicals I would use to clean my toilet.

(Expiry: unknown)

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September 23

Costco Canada: 250GB Xbox 360 Holiday Bundle – Just $280

Posted by on September 23, 2014 at 2:30 PM

Costco Canada: 250GB Xbox 360 Holiday Bundle   Just $280

The Xbox 360 2013 holiday bundle is $50 off at Costco but just wait until you hear about everything that it comes with! Originally priced at $329.99, it’s now on sale for just $279.99.

Now, let me start off by mentioning that if you’re only looking to buy the console by itself, then Walmart is currently offering a $129 deal on the 4GB Xbox 360 and it also comes with a bonus $50 Walmart gift card, but, and I can’t stress this enough, it’s only 4GB.

If you’re looking to get an Xbox 360 with more storage, an extra remote, games, an Xbox LIVE subscription and more, then Costco’s deal is better by a long shot as for just $280, it comes with all of the following:

  • Xbox 360 console with 250GB
  • 2 black wireless remote controllers
  • 3 games: Halo 4, Tomb Raider & Forzia Horizon
  • 1-year subscription to Xbox LIVE Gold + 30 extra days
  • Play & charge kit
  • Battery pack

While you were receive an actual physical copy of Halo 4, the other two games, Tomb Raider and Forza Horizon come in the form of digital downloads, which means that you will more than likely be given unique codes to enter online. Since this Xbox 360 also comes with built-in wi-fi, you will be able to seamlessly subscribe to Xbox LIVE.

Although most Xbox 360 consoles automatically come with a 30-day suscription to Xbox LIVE, the fact that Costco’s deal comes with a full year on top of the usual free month is pretty awesome as an Xbox LIVE memberships has a number of awesome perks like: access to free games, special member discounts from 50% all the way to 75% off select games, etc. Plus, you can even video chat and play games online with friends and family.

Just to give you an idea, I tallied up how much all of these would cost individually if you were to take advantage of Walmart’s current deal with the free $50 gift card. This is what I came up with: $129 console + $70 remote + $40 Halo 4 + $20 Tomb Raider = $260. For the rest, I had to look on Amazon as Walmart didn’t have it: $30 Forza Horizon + $50 Xbox LIVE membership = $80. In total, all of these come up to $340, which is actually more expensive than Costco’s original retail price!

In fact, the Microsoft Store is selling a smaller version of this bundle for more expensive as well. At $300, their Xbox 360 holiday bundle comes with: 250GB Xbox 360 console, 1 wireless remote, Halo 4, Tomb Raider and 1 month of Xbox Live Gold.

Costco also offers free shipping.

(Image Credit: Gary Martin)

(Expiry: 25th September 2014)

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September 22

Costco Canada: Clearblue Fertility & Pregnancy Tests $10 Off

Posted by on September 22, 2014 at 2:00 PM

Costco Canada: Clearblue Fertility & Pregnancy Tests $10 Off

I feel like everyone around me is pregnant or having babies. My baby days are most likely over, but I found this great deal for all the procreators out there. Costco has Clearblue fertility and pregnancy tests on for $10 off their already competitive prices.

If you are trying to get pregnant, you might want to consider a digital ovulation test. These are hugely helpful for people who might think they know when they ovulate, but don’t really know. I did use an ovulation predictor when I was trying to get pregnant the first time, but luckily for me, I didn’t need it as I got pregnant almost the first month I tried. I know others who aren’t so lucky and this could be a great tool. What it does is detect your LH surge, which is when you ovulate. This means that you are about to ovulate, which translates to getting in the bedroom, stat! I think it is most helpful to use also as data for when around you’ll ovulate each month. This product has fantastic reviews and this one gives me a little tear in my eye:

“After many years and many different medical intervention that never resulted in a pregnancy, I decided to try these instead of the other opks I usually purchase, well, low and behold, I got pregnant, after 7 years…. I strongly recomment testing twice a day (AM & PM) this way, chances of missing your surge are minimal :).”
There are 20 in the box, which means this will last you quite a while depending on how often you test. Costco’s price is $49.99, with a regular price of $60.99. As for price comparisons, Amazon sells this exact set for $47.99 from a secondary seller. Well.ca sells seven tests for $54.99, which is $7.86 a test compared to Costco’s price of $2.50 a test. That is a huge savings!

Once you’ve done the deed and want to find out if you are pregnant, get yourself a pregnancy test. The Clearblue digital pregnancy test with conception indicator is also on sale, now $38.99 with a regular price of $48.99 for three packs of two tests. This test won’t just tell you if you are pregnant, it will tell you how many weeks you are too. It is a very sensitive test too, which will tell you up to four days early in most cases. If you are anything like me, buying a two-pack (and more) is essential. When I first got pregnant with my oldest, I didn’t really believe it and ran out and bought three more tests. It is also useful if you test a little too early and need to test again, or if you aren’t pregnant this month. Well.ca sells one pack of the two tests for $24.99 and Walmart sells it for $14.77, which still make Costco’s bulk on sale price the best.

Shipping is also free.

(Expiry: 28th September 2014)

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September 1

Costco Canada: $45 Off Bissell Symphony All-In-One Vacuum & Steam Mop – Now $175 (Was $220)

Posted by on September 1, 2014 at 10:30 PM

Costco Canada: $45 Off Bissell Symphony All In One Vacuum & Steam Mop   Now $175 (Was $220)

Ever wish you could clean your floors in one go? With the Bissell Symphony All in One Vacuum and Steam Mop you can! Even better is that it’s currently on sale for just , instead of its usual price of $219.99.$174.99

Don’t you just hate stepping on dirt when walking barefoot around the house? I typically wear socks but even walking from the bathroom to the bedroom after a shower can be a major drag as it has happened more times than not that my feet would be all dirty just from a couple of steps. Having two cats definitely doesn’t help in that department but the fact that I now have a baby makes it even harder to fit in time to clean the floors. More than anything, I find it annoying to have to go around vacuuming, then fill up water for the mop and go around the house yet another time mopping. I have come to the realization, however, that I need an even more efficient method of cleaning my place, even more efficient than using a Vileda mop and I’m certainly considering trying out the Bissell Symphony as it can either vacuum, steam or do both at the same time!

Safe to use on practically any kind of floor, the vacuum part has an easy to empty dust pan and the mop’s cloths are machine washable. Plus, it also has a 25′ cord length and an adjustable handle, which is definitely a feature that my hubby is sure to love as he is tall.

Although Costco’s site didn’t have any reviews, I did find close to 40 reviews on Amazon with a general consensus of 4.5 stars out of 5. In fact, here’s what one reviewer had to say about it:

I now have mostly hard floors (wood/tile) and needed a better way to keep them clean. I like to walk around bare foot, and can not stand the feeling of a dirty floor under my feet. The Bissell Symphony works great. It is easy to use, plus the time savings of being able to mop and vacuum at the same time. It heats up quickly and adding water is easy.

As for a price comparison, the Bissell Symphony is $219.99 at Amazon and London Drugs only has it in-stores for $199.99.

As always, Costco also offers free shipping, so you won’t have to worry about any added fees.

(Expiry: 14th September 2014)

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August 13

Costco Canada: T-Fal Clipso 6-L Pressure Cooker Only $99 & Free Shipping

Posted by on August 13, 2014 at 11:00 AM

Costco Canada: T Fal Clipso 6 L Pressure Cooker Only $99 & Free Shipping

With school starting in two and a half weeks, you might be fretting about all the rushed dinners you’ll have to cook before sports practices, after homework and before bedtime. I know I fret about that and I work from home. One tool that could help you quickly get foods cooked is a pressure cooker. Costco Canada has the T-Fal Clipso 6-litre pressure cooker on for only $98.99 with free shipping.

According to wikipedia, foods cook much faster in a pressure cooker, especially faster than conventional boiling. They also keep their nutrients much better than boiling as nothing leaches out into the water. It also uses less energy and water than boiling. You can also use a pressure cooker for sterilizing things like baby bottles and canning jars, so this is a dual-use product. It is even perfect to take camping with you to sterilize the water you might need to drink.

While this item isn’t technically on sale at Costco, it was the cheapest I could find it in Canada. Shop.ca has it on sale right now with a regular price of $199 and now on sale for $119.99. Hudson’s Bay sells it for a whopping $199.99, which is double Costco’s price and so does Canadian Tire. Best Buy is a step down from those prices at $197.98. Costco is obviously the best deal.

While I love to blog deals, I love to blog deals on products that have amazing reviews, like the T-Fal Clipso does. With nine reviews on Costco’s site, all of them give it five stars. The glowing reviews say:

This is a must have equipment in the kitchen. I can cook any type of meats in 20 minutes or less. Turkey and shanks are the one that I can cook in 20 minutes on low heat! Save money on energy and cook your meat in short time.

and

I’m very happy with this purchase.
After lots of research over the web, I decided on this product and I was surprised with the price at Costco!
It’s almost impossible to find a better deal for this pressure cooker anywhere.

(expiry: unknown)

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August 4

Costco Canada: $35 Off Silk’n Blue Acne Device, Swirl & Blue Cleanse Facial Wash (Now $115)

Posted by on August 4, 2014 at 9:30 PM

Costco Canada: $35 Off Silkn Blue Acne Device, Swirl & Blue Cleanse Facial Wash (Now $115)

Costco has an amazing deal right now a trio of Silk’n products. You can save $35 off a combo of Silk’n Blue Acne device with Silk’n swirl and Blue Cleanse Facial wash and get all three for just $114.99 instead of $149.99. As always, Costco also offers absolutely free shipping!

First of all, these three products need to be used in the following order: first the facial wash, followed by the brush and finally the acne device. According to the description, it’s “dermatologist recommended and clinically tested to be effective” but keep in mind that for it to be effective, you need to actively use these products every single day. What I like the most about these is that the swirl can be used in the shower, which definitely makes the process easier as there is no worrying about it breaking from water.

Reviews

It appears that the Silk’n Blue Acne device is definitely a hit or miss among users, though in my opinion, it’s definitely at least worth a try with how low of a price Costco has it for. I found this great review on Amazon:

The product helped clear up my face but I didn’t have that much acne. If you have a lot of acne, I don’t suggest this product. However, it did clear my pimples and once it’s clear you only have to use the product once a week.

At the same time though, 2l2Q describes in her YouTube review of the device that although it helped to clear up her skin after a month of using it every day, her main issue was the time that it took because you have to keep the blue light on each problem spot for 3 minutes. This means that if you have 10 problem areas to treat, then it will take you half an hour every single day to treat. On the same token though, if it works, then it’s a small price to pay right? Perhaps the compromise would be to use it while watching TV or reading a book.

Price Comparison

Searching for the Silk’n Blue acne device, I actually found that on its own, it’s more expensive than all three of these products combined. I found just the acne device for the following prices:

Even more surprising is that The Shopping Channel had it for $299 but it is now sold out.

As for the Silk’n Swirl, it retails on average for $20 (Amazon has it for $19.96). As for the facial cleanser, I found the same one but in a different bottle for $24.99 at Amazon as well.

(Expiry: 17th August 2014)

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July 29

Costco Canada: 8ft Wall Panels Kit $130 with Free Proslat Hook Kit ($65 Value)

Posted by on July 29, 2014 at 10:00 PM

Costco Canada: 8ft Wall Panels Kit $130 with Free Proslat Hook Kit ($65 Value)

Purchase the Proslat 8 ft. Panel Kit from Costco Canada and receive a bonus Proslat Hook Kit valued at $64.99 with your purchase.

Click here to view the panel kit @ Costco.ca now

According to the promotion, a bonus hook kit will be sent with each 8 ft. wall panel ordered during the promotion period. If I am reading that right, it should mean that you can buy multiple panel kits and receive multiple hook kits: one for each panel kit you buy.

The panel kit costs you $129.99 with the hook kit freebie valued at $65. In my opinion, that is a good value gift with purchase.

The panels are made in Canada of 90% recycled material heavy-duty PVC. They are 2 mm thick and measure 8 feet tall. Each box comes with ten panels. One box of panels will cover an area of 32 square feet. Depending on the size of your garage and how many walls you want to cover, you may need more than one kit. The panels are a crisp white, but do not worry about them getting dirty. They are easy to clean and impact resistant. With their interlocking style, they are also resistant to mold, mildew, or water. If you install these in your garage – where most people will be – you can just hose them down if they get too dirty.

As for the hook kit, you receive good strong high-grade steel hooks with a silver powder-coated finish to put on your wall panels for hanging sports equipment, tools, and more. The kit comes with:

  • 12 x 10.2 cm (4-in.) hooks
  • two double 20.3 cm (8-in.) hooks
  •  two double 10.2 cm (4-in.) hooks
  • two super-duty hooks
  • two heavy-duty U hooks

You would be amazed how quickly you will go through these hooks. I am even looking at these kits and thinking I would need more hooks.

These two kits are a good way to save space in a crowded garage. Instead of piling everything on the floor, mount some of it on the wall. Those heavy-duty U-hooks would be good for a mountain bike and some of the other hooks can be used for extension cords, water hoses, kids’ bikes, car accessories, and other things.

The panels come with a 10-year warranty and I assume that the hooks do as well. While this kit would cost a fortune to ship from most any other retailer as it weighs in at 45 lbs, Costco offers free shipping and handling on all orders.

(Expiry: 3rd August 2014)

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July 20

Costco Canada: $65 Off Estratto Water Cooler/Single Serve Coffee Maker & Free Shipping

Posted by on July 20, 2014 at 2:00 PM

Costco Canada: $65 Off Estratto Water Cooler/Single Serve Coffee Maker & Free Shipping

Get the convenience of a water cooler and coffee maker rolled into one with the Estratto bottom loading stainless water cooler with single serve coffee maker. It’s currently on sale for just $274.99  (reg. $339.99) at Costco.

Whenever friends and family come over, I always feel a little iffy about offering them water from the tap. My hubby and I regularly drink from the tap but I’m not as comfortable offering and always find myself apologizing for not having bottled water. A water cooler would certainly make things easier and this one would give the option of either water or coffee. I’m a huge coffee addict and already have a Keurig brewer, but this water cooler would definitely help to clear up valuable counter space as well.

The water cooler part of the machine uses 19L water bottles and can make up to 6L of cool water every hour. Not only is this a more eco-friendly way of drinking bottled water, but it’s cheaper and much easier than having to constantly stock up on bottles too. My household goes through dozens of bottles every week and it definitely amounts to a lot of wasted plastic, money and time spent buying it.

Surprisingly, the coffee maker actually features five cup sizes, from a small 4oz size to a large one perfect for a travel mug. Although according to reviews, the tray isn’t big or deep enough for a travel mug, but you could just hold your cup while it pours or use a larger cup to pour it into before transferring it. The coffee maker also only uses K-Cups, but I find these are much more convenient than waiting for coffee to brew the old-fashioned way. Plus, each cup of coffee always tastes the same and you can stock up on plenty of different flavours.

Although there are no reviews on Costco for this machine, there are a couple of mixed ones on Amazon.ca. It would seem that people either love or hate it. While one reviewer commented that the heater coil broke after a week, another posted the following five star out of five review:

We use a water cooler for drinking water…so, when I saw this with not only the bottom load for water jug, but also a built in single serve coffee maker…I was ecstatic!

Although it’s on sale for $349.97 (reg. $379.99) on Amazon.ca, Costco’s current and usual prices are still better deals.

As usual, Costco also offers absolutely free shipping.

(Expiry: 27th July 2014)

Moose Rating (5 votes)
July 16

Costco Canada: $45 Off Brother® PT2100 Electronic Labelling System (Now $29.99 | Was $74.99)

Posted by on July 16, 2014 at 8:30 AM

Costco Canada: $45 Off Brother® PT2100 Electronic Labelling System (Now $29.99 | Was $74.99)

Are you trying to be better organized?  Or do you already love organization and want a tool to help you on your way?  Be a master organizer with the Brother PT2100 Electronic Labelling System, which is now on sale for just $29.99 (reg. $74.99) at Costco.

I have about a million storage boxes, baskets and totes squirreled away in closets and in my basement.  I haven’t the slightest clue what is in most of them, which means that when I get the desire to hunt down that one crucial item, I’m lost in storage hell for hours.  This dilemma can easily be solved with the Brother PR2100 Electronic Labelling System.  This unit can work on its own and is also PC-connectable, allowing you to print up to 3 lines of text in 4 fonts and 10 type styles.  Slap a sticker on those boxes so you know exactly what’s inside.  I also like the idea of using labels to mark the plethora of cables that live behind my TV.  I’m always afraid to unplug something since they’re all tangled up.  This label maker will allow me to easily identify where each cord leads.

The labels are laminated, which helps in lots of ways, especially in the kitchen.  I have my spice jars labelled with hand-written stickers that get smeared and smudged when I touch them with my grubby, greasy kitchen hands.  I look forward to replacing those with much more durable labels.  You can even add pictures and logos!  The 16 character x 3 line LCD display lets you see exactly what you’re printing before you commit.

I’m actually thinking that this might be a helpful way for me to help the kids remember what goes where in their bathroom.  I’m going to label the various drawers with the items that belong in each one.  Maybe they will grow up to be more organized than I am!

The Brother PT2100 Electronic Labelling System comes with an AC adapter (it also uses AA batteries) and 12mm starter tape.

As far as price comparing goes, I found the Brother PT2100 Electronic Labelling System at Staples.ca for $99.96. Canada Computers currently sells this unit for $74.99. This is a deal not to be missed!  To make the deal even sweeter, Costco offers absolutely free shipping!

(Expiry: 27th July 2014)

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July 14

Costco Canada: $70 Off Elise Brown Jewellery Armoire (Now $170 | Was $250)

Posted by on July 14, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Costco Canada: $70 Off Elise Brown Jewellery Armoire (Now $170 | Was $250)Is your jewellery always scattered all over the place? Organize it with the Elise brown jewellery armoire, which is now on sale for just $169.99 (reg. $249.99) at Costco.

A couple of months ago, I was very tempted to get the Anika dresser top jewellery box at Costco but ended up buying it for a friend instead for her birthday. I’m actually happy I didn’t get it for myself also because I much prefer this mirror armoire instead. It’s a free standing jewellery closet with enough hooks, ring bars and overall space to hold just about any jewellery collection. At first, I wondered if I would have enough room in my bedroom for this but considering it’s only 4 inches wide and stands about close to 5 feet tall, I could definitely tuck it into a corner. I tend to scatter my make-up everywhere and so, I would definitely use it to put some essential make-up pieces to quickly use on my way out as well. It could even be placed in the entryway if you don’t already have a mirror there.

The armoire can be tilted either up or down and comes in a brown colour with a veneer finish and solid wood. If you have little kids (or even big ones) that like to rifle through your collection, then it also comes with a lock and key for security.

Since necklaces are the worst to organize and keep untangled, I love that it comes with plenty of hooks. You could either use one necklace per hook or hang several ones on the same one (perhaps the thinner necklaces together and the rest on all the other hooks). You also won’t have to worry about your jewellery getting scratched as the armoire comes with a Jewel-Protect lining.

As far as price comparing goes, I found the mirror with jewellery cabinet at London Drugs for $129.99 at but it doesn’t look nearly as nice as Costco’s one and it also doesn’t have as many hooks or ring bars. In fact, Wagjag also has a cheaper deal available for a similar product: the wooden mirror jewellery cabinet for $150 but like London Drugs, it doesn’t have as many hooks or bars and the ring bars are plastic instead of wooden like the ones at Costco. Walmart has a more expensive one at $199: the Brassex jewelry cabinet with mirror and Amazon has the Southern Enterprises wall-mount jewelery mirror for $217.45 but it’s one that need to be hung up on a wall. Wagjag also currently has a similar mirror jewellery cabinet for %

It weighs 32lbs but luckily, you won’t have to lug it around as Costco offers absolutely free shipping!

(Expiry: 27th July 2014)

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July 7

Costco Canada: Pentax Q10 Digital Camera – Just $200

Posted by on July 7, 2014 at 9:00 PM

Costco Canada: Pentax Q10 Digital Camera   Just $200

If you’re looking to buy a new digital camera, then Costco is selling the Pentax Q10 camera for just $199.97.

Towards the last trimester of my pregnancy, I upgraded to an iPhone 5s from the 4s generation one because I figured that with the imminent arrival of my baby, I would need a better camera. In hindsight, I should have perhaps kept my old phone and bought a digital camera instead because although the quality of my pictures has definitely improved, they definitely don’t compare to those taken with actual cameras as they are grainier when zoomed into.

The Pentax Q10 has the following noteworthy features:

  • 12.4 MP camera with a CMOS sensor
  • 3″ LCD monitor
  • full HD video
  • 5 fps high speed continuous shooting

The Photography Blog also recommends this camera for the everyday user as it has DLSR-like qualities without being a full-fledged DLSR one. I also really like that it’s small enough to fit into a pocket, or perhaps an overstuffed purse (;)) and only weighs 180 grams.

As for the battery life, according to Costco’s description, it can take an average of 260 pictures before needing to be recharged. The battery itself is also a lithium-ion one, which means that you won’t experience significant loss of charge when the camera isn’t in use. I particularly like this aspect as I’m definitely guilty of forgetting to recharge my electronics after using them.

I am very impressed for how much camera you get for a little price. It takes great shots if your not a pro but love pictures. Fun to use and looks smart. Super small and compact.

I love how that reviewer writes that this digital camera looks smart. I’m not too savvy with cameras, though I fancy myself to know a thing or two, but I definitely wouldn’t mind busting out this gagdet and taking pretty pictures, while turning the dial to the right setting as if I know exactly what I’m doing. Just kidding, but if you’re an everday photo-taker, then I’m sure you will catch my drift.

At $199, this is definitely the best deal all around for this nifty camera, especially since Amazon has it for $336.39 and The Camera Store is selling it for $379.56.

Even better is that Costco always offers free shipping on the vast majority of its products and you won’t have to worry about any pesky shipping fees.

(Expiry: unknown)

Moose Rating (1 votes)
July 3

Costco Canada Freebie: 2 Free General Admission Movie Tickets With Gold Star Or Executive New Membership

Posted by on July 3, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Costco Canada Freebie: 2 Free General Admission Movie Tickets With Gold Star Or Executive New Membership

Here at Bargainmoose, we frequently write about amazing deals at Costco and if you’re not a member yet, then what are you waiting for? Costco has an awesome sign-up bonus right now: if you sign up right now, then you can use one of the following Costco promo codes to also receive 2 general admission movie tickets for absolutely free.

Click here to get the Gold Star Membership @ Costco.ca now

  • Coupon Code: GSWEB66
  • Discount: 2 free general admission movie tickets
  • Expiry: 31st August 2014

Click here to get the Executive Membership @ Costco.ca now

  • Coupon Code: EXEC76
  • Discount: 2 free general admission movie tickets
  • Expiry: 31st August 2014

While the Gold Star membership is $55 and grants you basic access to Costco’s membership, the Executive one is $110 and includes additional perks like a 2% annual reward (up to $750) and discounts on car rentals, credit card processing etc. The two general admission movie tickets will be sent by mail and even better is that they will both be eligible for SCENE points.

Not to be biased or anything but I’m a huge Costco fan and enjoy visiting their warehouse every week to take advantage of the various deals. Just last week, I bought a fantastic 8-pc colourful knife set for only $19.99! In fact, I just wrote about a great deal on $130 off a Graco 5-pc soho squares set that is now on sale for just $590 (reg. $720) and which could up to over $900 if the items were to be individually purchases elsewhere! The great part about shopping online at Costco is that shipping and handling are also absolutely free, unlike other stores, which charge outrageous shipping fees for big ticket items.

If you’re a huge movie buff, then you should also know that Costco has a variety of movie ticket packages such as the Cineplex Night Out movie package for just $24.99. It comes with 2 general admission tickets, 2 regular soft drinks and 1 regular popcorn.

Unfortunately, this freebie is only valid for new memberships and can’t be used on renewals; otherwise I would have definitely already redeemed it on the Transformers: Age of Extinction movie (pictured on the image above).

Which movie are you most looking forward to see in theatres this summer?

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July 2

Costco Canada: $130 Off Graco 5-pc Set Soho Squares (Now $590 | Was $720)

Posted by on July 2, 2014 at 7:30 PM

Costco Canada: $130 Off Graco 5 pc Set Soho Squares (Now $590 | Was $720)

Shopping for the imminent arrival of a baby? Then here’s an absolutely amazing deal from Costco: for a limited time, you can get the Graco 5-pc Soho Squares set for just $589.99, down from $719.99. The set comes with a Click connect travel system (stroller and car seat), a pack ‘n play, a swing along with a high chair.

Ever bought something, only to wish later on that you could have taken advantage of a different kind of deal? This is exactly how I feel about Costco’s Graco deal because so far, I have gotten both the Graco travel system and the pack ‘n play separately but I’m still in need of a high chair. As for the swing, I bought the Ingenuity InLighten cradling one that I wrote about recently).

Here is a breakdown of how much each item is worth on their own at Toys R Us:

The total of which comes up to a whopping $909.96. So if we look at Costco’s current price, that’s actually 35% off the price of if you were to get all of the items at Toys R Us. Even better about getting this set at Costco is that shipping is absolutely free. I can’t even begin to tell you how much of a pain it was to bring my Graco travel system home. Since there was no way the box was fitting inside my teeny car, I had to open it in-stores and then play tetris with all of the pieces — definitely quite the experience, but not one I would want anyone else to go through.

Although I can’t vouch for neither the swing nor the high chair, I do, however, love the travel system and the pack ‘n play! Although the stroller is slightly on the bulkier side, it’s super easy to manoeuvre, the storage basket has plenty of room and I love that it comes with cup holders. The pack ‘n play is great as well, but I have to admit that I never once used the changer, though I originally saw it as a neat feature to have.

(Expiry: 13th July 2014)

Moose Rating (3 votes)