Ethicaldeal Canada

August 15

(57% off) 100x Glow in the Dark Pebbles only $17 & Free Shipping @ Ethical Deal Canada!

Posted by on August 15, 2015 at 7:00 PM

(57% off) 100x Glow in the Dark Pebbles only $17 & Free Shipping @ Ethical Deal Canada!

Ethical Deal is one of the many deals sites in Canada, and they sometimes have nice prices on interesting items. I stumbled on these glow in the dark pebbles – I never knew these were even a thing! You can buy a pack of 100 pebbles for only $17 including free shipping – what a great idea!

Terms: Product will be shipped automatically to address entered at checkout within 2-4 weeks of purchase. No voucher redemption is necessary.

Just so you’re aware, all you have to do is order the item from Ethical Deal above, and they will ship it out directly to you. Read the rest of this entry »

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April 22

ethicalDeal Coupon: $5 Off Any Deal Today (EXPIRED)

Posted by on April 22, 2015 at 11:26 AM

ethicalDeal Coupon: $5 Off Any Deal Today (EXPIRED)

ethicalDeal is offering $5 off any deal today for Earth Day!

Click here to shop deals @ EthicalDeal Canada now

  • Coupon Code: EARTHDAY2015
  • Discount: $5 off
  • Expiry: 22nd April 2015

I encourage you to look through the deals for your region. Many courses and workshops are offered, but these are region specific. For example, There is a deal for a four-hour Sewing Workshop in Richmond (Vancouver) priced at $32, or just $27 after coupon. I really want to learn how to sew.

The sewing deal is region specific, but there are many nation-wide deals as well. There is a really sweet deal for decorative letter art. For $25, you receive up to seven letters of your choice, measuring 4″x6″ each, plus a bonus “LOVE” letter art from Imagine Letters. This package has a $70 value and includes tax and shipping – there are no extra fees. Take an extra $5 off with the coupon above, and your Letter Art package will cost just $20. Spell out your child’s name, or words like ‘family’ or ‘peace’ in letter art. Your seven letters are yours to choose, plus you will receive the bonus letter art for the word ‘love’. Frame is not included.

For mothers with teething tots, the next deal is for you. Purchase three ChewBling silicone teething necklaces (from PoshPuff) for just $27 ($90 value). After coupon code, you will pay just $22.There is a $6 shipping charge across Canada. These necklaces are great for children who just stick everything in their mouth, and then drool. Rather than having your gold or silver necklace chains in your baby’s mouth (when is the last time you cleaned that necklace anyway) you can wear these ChewBling teething necklaces. They are safe for baby to stick in his mouth and are easy to clean.

If you are interested in what the stars have to say about your personality, your future, your relationships, and your past… then check out the Personalized Astrological PDF Package from Stellar Astrology ($99 value, tax included). The package is currently $15, but will only cost you $10 after coupon code. These also make a fun gift – I am thinking of buying one for my Mom for Mother’s Day.

This deal is only on for today. I really wish some of my favourite deals were at EthicalDeal right now, like the soap nuts. I have wanted to try them for ages. Ah well!

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March 5

EthicalDeal: $15 for $30 Worth @ Wicked Tea

Posted by on March 5, 2015 at 9:00 PM

EthicalDeal: $15 for $30 Worth @ Wicked Tea

Ethical Deal is selling vouchers to Wicked Tea for 50% off. Purchase a $30 voucher for just $15! The voucher can be redeemed on all of Wicked Tea’s organic, fair trade teas and accessories.

We have never mentioned Wicked Tea on the blog before and that is a crying shame. Wicked Tea combines two of my favourite things: tea and fair trade. All their tea is fair trade. That means the workers are paid a fair (living) wage for their work. In addition, many of the teas offered are fully organic.

Now, the usual fine print for the voucher exists. There is a limit of one per person but you can give multiple as gifts. There is one voucher per order. While EthicalDeal says shipping across Canada is $5.95, Wicked Tea’s website actually quotes $6.95. Do not be scared of that cost though, as you can receive free shipping on orders of $49 or more.

I like herbal teas and I have a massive sweet tooth. Thus, it seemed a natural choice for me to drool over 280 CARAMEL CANDY. The tea has a high level of antioxidants, for those concerned about their health, and is caffeine free. The ingredients are apple, orange pieces, caramel chunks blended with hibiscus and rosehip, as well as natural flavors. The tea sounds delicious and I cannot wait to taste those caramel chunks. Price-wise, the tea starts at $5.75 for 50g.

Chai tea is the best for cold winter nights. It warms you from the inside out. The 352 ORGANIC WHITE CHOCOLATE CHAI combines my sweet tooth and my love for a little spice. The antioxidant level in this tea is also high, with the following ingredients: black tea, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, white chocolate pieces, black + white pepper, cove, nutmeg, as well as natural flavors. This tea starts at $6.25 for 50g.

Wicked Tea also sells tea subscriptions but the Ethical Deal voucher mentions nothing about them. I am not sure if you could use the voucher towards the subscriptions or not. If you love tea and enjoy trying new flavours, check them out.

Tea can be an expensive hobby – I know I spent over $100 on tea last year alone. Vouchers like these allow me to indulge still while cutting down my costs.

The voucher is valid starting March 20, 2015. The voucher expires May 11, 2015.

(Expiry: 18th March 2015)

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January 28

Ethical Deal: Up to 64% off Accubusiness Tax Return – Starting @ $25

Posted by on January 28, 2015 at 1:30 PM

Ethical Deal: Up to 64% off Accubusiness Tax Return   Starting @ $25

Tax season is quickly upon us my dear Moosers! Ethical Deal has an offer for Canadians across the country. Save up to 64% on personal, business, or corporate tax returns (up to $300 value) at Accubusiness with the following Ethical Deal voucher.

The voucher structure is as follows:

  • $25 for a personal tax return from Accubusiness ($70 value)
  • $75 for a business tax return from Accubusiness ($150 value)
  • $150 for a corporate tax return from Accubusiness ($300 value)

The personal tax return is 64% off, while the business and corporate tax returns are only 50% off. Either way, you save money on doing your taxes with the assistance of an accountant.

In-person filing is available in Vancouver if you live there. You will need to phone-in to make an appointment. The vouchers are valid as of February 15th, 2015. When you call in, be sure to quote your voucher number.

All other vouchers can be redeemed online and thus your taxes will be filed online via their online service. However, during the process you will get to work with a knowledgeable accountant who can answer any questions you might have and guide you through any tricky parts. They have an email address where you can contact the accountants for assistance.

The best part of this deal is getting access to an accountant while filing your taxes. There has been so many times I have been curious what I should file something under, or what the form meant when it asked for particular information. When you do your own taxes, there is just no one to ask. As a student, I paid H&R Block $25 to do my personal tax return, which made the entire process so much simpler. It also seemed that the years I used H&R Block I was not audited whereas the years I tried to do it myself, I always got something wrong and was audited. The $25 H&R Block deal was just for students, but I am no longer a student. I am happy to see this deal from Accubusiness as it is a great price for help filing your taxes from certified accountants.

You may purchase multiple vouchers and give them as gifts. The vouchers themselves do not expire for one year once they become valid at the middle of February.

(Expiry: 22nd February 2015)

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November 24

EthicalDeal: $20 for $40 Worth @ Teayama Canada

Posted by on November 24, 2014 at 4:31 PM

EthicalDeal: $20 for $40 Worth @ Teayama Canada

Tea addict here. Ethical deal has a toast-worthy deal for all you tea drinkers out there. Get a $40 voucher to Teayama Canada for just $20 at Ethical Deal. That is 50% off yummy tea that will keep you cozy warm and hydrated throughout the winter.

The voucher is currently valid so you can purchase and go shopping! For delivery by Christmas, you will want to place your order by December 12th. This voucher will expire at the end of 2014, so make sure you place your order before the New Year begins.

The voucher is valid only on tea. You cannot use it on accessories, which is just fine with me because I love tea and I already own two teapots, a couple tea balls, and plenty of other accessories. Tea is my consumable good – today I just started my second pot of the stuff.

Teayama offers free shipping on orders of $45 or more. If your order is lower than that, shipping is just a flat rate of $5. I checked out Teayama in search of delicious teas and found this truly scrumptious sounding Caramel Toffee Puerh for $8 (50g) or $14 (100g). This tea sounds heavenly indeed with roasted almond pieces and chunks of caramel mixed in with dark Puerh leaves. Puerh tea is quickly becoming one of my favourites because of it aids in digestion and is said to help with weight loss by speeding up your metabolism. Both reviews for this tea speak very highly of it:

This a great tea, full-bodied with a clean finish. It is not a subtle tea but it is very pleasant. The caramel tones are strong but not overwhealming. Highly recommended.

It sounds like my kind of tea; I like strong and very sweet teas. I also do not usually go for subtlety.

I do not own any white tea, but it is on my list of teas to try. White teas are the closest you can get to tea’s original form, thus they are high in antioxidants. I would like to try White Tangerine starting at just $7 for 50g.

What teas would you like to try? I am very new to Teayama, so I would be interested to hear from anyone who has tried their teas before. Recommendations are appreciated! We have only blogged about Teayama once before, when they had a $15 off $30 deal.

(Expiry: 30th November 2014)

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September 21

ethicalDeal: $26 for 9 Energy Star CFL Mini Spiral Light Bulbs

Posted by on September 21, 2014 at 2:30 PM

ethicalDeal: $26 for 9 Energy Star CFL Mini Spiral Light Bulbs

There is a good deal on compact florescent light bulbs at Ethical Deal right now. Receive nine Energy Star CFL Mini Spiral Standard Light Bulbs for just $26 including shipping. The entire package has a $46 value according to Ethical Deal.

Use coupon code PAMPEREDBABY to receive an extra $5 off this deal if this is the first time you have placed an order with ethicalDeal.

You receive nine CFL light bulbs of three different wattages. Your package includes:

  • 3 x 13 Watt bulbs
  • 3 x 18 Watt bulbs
  • 3 x 23 Watt bulbs

I used Walmart Canada to do some price comparing. The price of compact bulbs varies depending upon the wattage. Here is what I found at Walmart using the GE brand for comparison, as they are Energy Star certified:

  • 3 x 13 Watt bulbs – $9.96
  • 3 x 15 Watt bulbs – $9.96
  • 3 x 23 Watt bulbs – $12.97

Make note: Walmart does not carry 18-watt bulbs, so I used the price of the 15-watt bulbs instead. However, I suspect that the 18-watt bulbs are worth more as the 23-watt bulbs most certainly are. The total value for this bundle is $32.89 with a lower wattage bulb in for the 18s. Even using the GE bulbs as a price comparison, this is a good deal.

Now, these bulbs are made by Kambo Green Solutions (a BC company) so I checked their website to make sure this was also a good deal. They sell the bulbs individually there and the price comparison runs like this:

  • 13W: 3 x $3.50 each = $10.50
  • 18W: 3 x $4 each = $12
  • 23W: 3 x $4.50 each = $13.50

In total, they value their own light bulbs at $36, which is not far off the price comparison I did with Walmart Canada. I assume the rest of the ‘value’ that ethicalDeal refers to is the included shipping.

Either way, you are saving around 30 – 33% on the price of energy saving light bulbs. I like this deal because you save money upfront first (on the cost of the light bulbs) and then you save money on your energy bills each month thereafter. With each bulb lasting up to 12,000 hours… you will not need to buy new bulbs for years. I also like this deal because it includes three different wattages of bulb. Some lamps can only have the equivalent of a 60-watt bulb; whereas you will want the equivalent of a 100-watt in other areas you need more light. I really need to check what bulbs are in each of our lamps, as we should have switched over ages ago.

You will be charged applicable taxes at checkout. The light bulbs will arrive approximately two to three weeks after your purchase date.

(Expiry: 30th September 2014)

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September 4

ethicalDeal: 50% Off Organic Spelt Pillows Now $30 – $40

Posted by on September 4, 2014 at 4:00 PM

ethicalDeal: 50% Off Organic Spelt Pillows Now $30   $40 is offering 50% off organic spelt hull pillows from Purity Research Health. The medium firmness pillows (950g) were $60 and now cost $30 at ethicalDeal. The firm option with zipper (1200g) retail for $80 and now cost $40 at ethicalDeal.

Use coupon code PAMPEREDBABY to receive an extra $5 off this deal if this is the first time you have placed an order with ethicalDeal.

I am pretty stoked about this offer because I just placed an order for myself. Yup! I have really needed new pillows for a bit now and I have been experiencing bouts of neck stiffness and back pain. I cannot directly attribute it to my pillow (it could also be my mattress), but the pain does seem more prevalent in the morning. While the medium pillows are cheaper, I opted for the firm pillows for only $10 more. I am not sure whether the firm pillows are right for me, but they come with a zipper (medium does not), so I can take out the extra spelt hulls to create the perfect firmness and thickness. This was really the selling point of the firm pillows: customization.

Spelt hull pillows in organic cotton casing are all natural vegan alternatives to regular pillows. You can also do some amazing things with spelt hull pillows that you cannot with regular pillows. They are fully washable and can go through the dryer. You can stick them in the freezer and turn your pillow into an ice pack. You can also stick your spelt hull pillow in the oven or the microwave (not the firm with zipper ones!) to heat your pillow up and create a warm compress. We do not own a microwave so I look forward to sticking my pillows in the oven (on low) for a therapeutic sleep come winter. These pillows last up to 10 years, so the money you spend today is a good investment for years to come.

These pillows do not come with pillowcases, just the spelt hull covers. You will need to buy pillowcases separately or use what you already have. These pillows measure 19″ x 14″ and you should be aware that they are smaller than your average pillow. You might need to take in a couple pillowcases for a proper fit.

This deal ships across Canada. Shipping starts at $6 and goes up to $15 depending on where you live.

Image credit: Los Angeles Bread Bakers

(Expiry: 30th September 2014)

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September 2

Ethical Deal Canada: $15 For 1KG of Laundry Soap Berries

Posted by on September 2, 2014 at 3:00 PM

Ethical Deal Canada: $15 For 1KG of Laundry Soap Berries

If you are looking for a more ethical and environmentally-friendly way of doing laundry, you might want to try soap berries. Ethical Deal has a great deal on right now where you’ll get two 500g bags of soap berries for only $15. This many berries does up to 400 loads, which is a $32 value. Personally, I think the value is much higher when you calculate what regular laundry soap costs per load.

Made in Canada, eco-friendly, all natural, biodegradable and hypoallergenic, these soap berries or nuts, as they are sometimes called seem like the perfect laundry solution. Detergents worry me. I’ve read so many horrible things about how detergents are what are causing all of the chemical sensitivities we are experiencing and how difficult it is to get rid of them in your home. They are literally in everything, even things that say they are soap, are actually filled with detergent. While it is such a daunting task trying to rid all of your products of nasty chemicals and clean your home safely, starting with your laundry if a very good place to get going.

You can use them in front and top loading washing machines and you can even wash in cold water (if you soak them in hot water first). If you like to have a scent in your laundry (I don’t), you can add a few drops of essential oils. What’s more is that these don’t just have to be used as just laundry soap, you can wash your hands with them, wash your fruit and vegetables and even your hair. I think these would be awesome for camping or the cottage or even while travelling as you just pop one in your bag for a multi-purpose wash!

There are a couple of reviews listed like this one:

We got some about 9 months ago and they are great. We do several loads a week and they last and last and get things just as clean as other soaps did. I highly recommend them.

There is a shipping charge added to this purchase and it will depend where you live. They are delivered by Canada Post, so I don’t assume shipping will be outrageous. Use the coupon PAMPEREDBABY to get another $5 off, which might just reduce or eliminate your shipping costs.

(expiry: 18th September 2014)

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January 30

Ethical Deal Canada: $20 For $40 Worth of Ethical Valentine Chocolate

Posted by on January 30, 2014 at 1:45 PM

Ethical Deal Canada: $20 For $40 Worth of Ethical Valentine Chocolate

With Valentine’s Day on the horizon, have you thought about what you’ll be getting your beloved to show your love and appreciation? Chocolate is almost always the right answer, but is it ethical chocolate? Ethical Deal has a great deal on Barkley’s ethically-made chocolate for Valentine’s Day at only $20 for $40 worth of chocolate.

You might be asking yourself why you need to buy ethical chocolate and I’ll tell you. Many chocolate producers employ child and slave labour to produce their chocolate. Most chocolate is also not considered fair trade either. If you want to give chocolate as a gift and want to feel good about it too, check out this deal.

Barkley’s chocolate is a métis owned and operated company in British Columbia, Canada, made with gluten free and natural ingredients without any artificial colours or flavours, preservatives or hydrogenated oil. You’ll get two gift sets (one for your wife and one for your mother!), which include 10 caramels & 2 solid 60% dark chocolate hearts.

The flavours are:

  • Maple Caramel
  • Chocolate Caramel
  • Sea Salt Caramel
  • English Toffee Caramel

Not just plain and boring chocolate pieces, this chocolate has conversations on it, perfect for your love to know how you feel. All of those flavours sound absolutely delish, and I’d love this gift on V-Day.

Shipping is included too, which makes this even more awesome and you’ll need to order by February 7th if you live in most of Canada to get it by Valentine’s Day.

Photo Credit: Lee McCoy

(Expiry: 14th February 2014)

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November 16

Ethical Deal Canada: 50% Off Munch Box Only $9.50

Posted by on November 16, 2013 at 3:00 PM

Ethical Deal Canada: 50% Off Munch Box Only $9.50

Get a healthy Munch Better snack box including delivery for only $9.50, with a value of $19.

I love this as the perfect gift idea for employees or coworkers. I no longer work in a traditional office, but when I did, I was always snackish. I used to keep bits and bites in my desk drawer so they’d be out of sight, but coworkers would often find me eating out of my drawer as I worked. I attribute my bits and bites addiction to my 10 pounds of weight gain during those years in the office. It would be nice to have healthy snacks available at my disposal, which is why I think this snack box is the perfect gift for those at the office. The best part is that they deliver it, so why not send it right to the office as a nice surprise on a December afternoon? You can buy an unlimited number as gifts, so get one for all of your employees.

Your voucher is immediately available for redemption, and it will include five to eight carefully chosen healthy snacks like raw energy bars, organic fruit and nut mixes, and vegan and gluten-free options as well. The company providing the snack box is Munch Better and they offer a subscription service, which would also make a nice gift for your coworkers or employees since they’ll look forward to getting their box every month, making it the gift that keeps on giving.

Your order will ship within two days of redeeming your voucher. Shipping is $6 per voucher.

(Expiry: 19th November 2013)

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November 12

Ethical Deal Canada: 50% Off Rare Books @ Brown’s Books

Posted by on November 12, 2013 at 8:00 AM

Ethical Deal Canada: 50% Off Rare Books @ Browns Books

Ethical Deal has an interesting deal going on with 50% off two options for rare and hard to find books at

Being an avid book reader, I love this deal. Books make an amazing gift idea, but instead of passing on a new release best seller, a rare or hard to find book is like giving treasure. This deal makes giving that treasure that much more affordable too.

  • Spend $25 and get $50 to spend
  • Spend $50 and get $100 to spend

You can use their search or their browse function to find the books you want and it looks like they have a huge selection of books at low prices. With this deal you can get yourself more than an armful of books easily.

Shipping is free when you spend over $50. Purchase the deal and you can redeem your voucher starting November 17th. You can buy one for yourself but multiple as gifts.

(Expiry: 16th November 2013)

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September 19

Ethical Deal Canada: BOGO Free Hemp Seeds

Posted by on September 19, 2013 at 5:30 PM

Ethical Deal Canada: BOGO Free Hemp Seeds

If you are looking for a way to add to your diet and make it even healthier, why not try hemp seeds? If cost has been prohibiting you from trying them, check out this Ethical Deal. You’ll be able to buy one, get the second bag free, which means you’ll pay only $16 for two 1lb bags of SAFE certified Omega Pro hemp seeds (a $33 value, with tax included).

Adding omegas to your diet is always a smart idea. My family takes fish oil, but they definitely don’t like it. I also use hemp and chia seeds in all my baking and put it in my own yogurt. Essential fatty acids are so good for you in a number of ways from promoting weight loss, improving focus and concentration and basically helping to keep your blood clean. Hemp seeds are great because they are vegetarian, a huge source of protein (15g of protein in a 30g serving) and they can be put into anything because they are non-allergic.

These particular hemp seeds (also known as hemp nuts) are organic and not sprayed with any pesticides and in their raw, hulled state.

You can buy as many bags as you’d like, although there are limited quantities.

Shipping is extra, although I couldn’t get it to do the estimate for me when I tried. I’m going to assume it won’t be much, but let me know in the comments if you find out!

(Expiry: 27th September 2013)

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September 7

EthicalDeal Canada: Save 51% On Herbal Tea Gardens & Indoor Trees

Posted by on September 7, 2013 at 4:30 PM

EthicalDeal Canada: Save 51% On Herbal Tea Gardens & Indoor Trees

Ethical Deal has this interesting little deal going on if you want to keep gardening and growing over the cold winter months. Get 51% off the purchase of an herbal tea garden or indoor tree.

I think these items would make a fantastic gift for someone special, or even as a wedding favour.

There are two options for this deal, although I’m sure you could buy both options if you choose, and you can buy multiples of each deal. They do say they have limited quantities, so check that before you buy, if you are buying a large amount.

For $20, you’ll get a three-pack of indoor tree growing kits in biodegradable pots (a $40.50 value). You’ll get a Dwarf Mountain Goji, a Canadian Sugar Maple and an Indian Tamarind Tree. For $25, you’ll get a three-pack of herbal tea growing kits with terracotta pots and saucers (a $51 value).  In this pack, you’ll get a soothing tea garden with chamomile and lemon balm, a Relaxing tea garden with lavender and vervain, and a Refreshing tea garden with mint and anisse hyssop.

Each kit has all of the instructions and everything else you need to grow your plants (except water, don’t forget to water). The seeds are untreated and organic, so you know everything you are getting is non-toxic, unlike what you might get in the grocery store.

This would also make a fun project for kids or in a classroom, and teachers could split the cost and share the bounty.

Shipping is charged per item ordered, and depends which kit you get and where you live.

(Photo Credit: Thomas Wickinger)

(Expiry: 17th September 2013)

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June 20

Ethical Deal Canada: Deals On Ethical Groceries

Posted by on June 20, 2013 at 1:00 PM

Ethical Deal Canada: Deals On Ethical Groceries

Ethical Deal now has deals on ethical, greener choice groceries.

Although many grocery stores are now stocking organic and more environmentally-friendly options for groceries, I still have a hard time finding many items. Even the local health food store sometimes doesn’t have what I am looking for. One example of this would be all-natural sunscreen. I couldn’t find it anywhere in the huge city that I live in so I ended up ordering it online, which in retrospect, was the easiest option in the first place. What’s great about this Ethical Deal is that not only can you get your items online, you’ll get them for a great deal.

Check out this organic pumpkin seed oil, which is said to prevent urinary and prostate problems, ease arthritic symptoms and maintain cholesterol levels. Normally $25 a bottle, you’ll pay only $22 for two bottles.

Argan oil is very “it” right now and for good reason. It is amazing for both hair and skin. For $30 you’ll get two bottles of fair trade Argan oil, comparing at $26 a bottle.

Sugar that’s good for you? No way! Coconut sugar has been known to strengthen bones and teeth, increase kidney function and maintain blood sugar levels. It is way better than the processed stuff when you need some sweetness. Get it for $12 for 1kg (worth $29) or $23 for 2kg (a $57 value).

Shipping for these items depends on where you live.

(Expiry: 27th June 2013)

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May 31

Ethical Deal Canada: $20 For $40 Worth of Organic, Vegan Baby Products

Posted by on May 31, 2013 at 8:00 AM

Ethical Deal Canada: $20 For $40 Worth of Organic, Vegan Baby Products

Get $40 worth of organic, vegan baby products from Dolphin Organics for only $20 with the Ethical Deal on right now.

As I’ve mentioned quite a few times on here, I’m doing the best I can to keep my kids chemical-free, especially when it comes to their food and anything I put on their bodies. Sometimes that can be expensive, but this deal from Ethical Deal sounds like a good one in keeping the costs down. Organic baby products also make a great baby shower gift for a new Mom. As a new Mom, I was overwhelmed with the choices out there for safe products and it is easy to be greenwashed, especially when companies are sending you free products. Educate a new Mom by giving her the gift of chemical-free, organic products, like these from Dolphin Organics.

Simply purchase your voucher then use it in the online shop, where you can get something like this Baby Bathtime Gift set, valued at $45.35, but you’ll pay only $25.35 total (voucher plus an extra $5).

The Baby Bathtime and Sunscreen gift set is also a great deal and the sunscreen is a natural mineral sunscreen, which is very safe. It all comes in a natural jute bag. Was $67.85, but you’ll save the $20 with the Ethical Deal and pay only $47.85 total.

You’ll also get free shipping on orders over $99.

Bargainmoosers, what do you think is an awesome gift for a new Mom?

(Expiry: 4th June 2013)

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