Food

July 27

Well.ca Overstock Sale Up to 75% Off – Items from 99¢

Posted by on July 27, 2015 at 3:00 PM

Well.ca Overstock Sale Up to 75% Off   Items from 99¢

Well.ca has just started their fantastic Overstock Sale with select food, personal care, toys, baby care items, and more on sale for up to 75% off original prices. Items start at just 99¢ and you receive free shipping on orders of $29 or more.

While not everything is a stellar deal, I have picked out some of the better discounts on a variety of items. My favourite deals are on Burt’s Bees products because I love the brand and I use the products frequently. Read the rest of this entry »

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July 16

7 DIY Popsicle & Ice Cream Treats For Summer

Posted by on July 16, 2015 at 8:00 PM

7 DIY Popsicle & Ice Cream Treats For Summer

When the temperatures rise, my entire family starts asking for cold and creamy treats more often. Have you priced out the ice cream and frozen treat aisle lately at the grocery store? A carton of ice cream or dessert popsicles are ranging from $4-$7 a box according to my Flipp App, and that is the sale prices. Going out for ice cream is no cheap treat for a family, with many ice cream treats costing $4 or $5 per person. Frozen yogurt places have a low starting price, but by the time you add any toppings many of us end up spending on average $4-$6 for our treat. While freezies are cheap, they do not offer much in the nutrition or flavour department. Read the rest of this entry »

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July 11

David’s Tea: Free Tea For Kids July 11-12 (In-Stores ONLY)

Posted by on July 11, 2015 at 11:30 AM

Davids Tea: Free Tea For Kids July 11 12 (In Stores ONLY)

What are your plans for the weekend? If they involve leaving the house (as they should with the nice weather!), then make sure to stop by a David’s Tea store to get free tea for your kids.

It’s too bad that this offer doesn’t extend to adult tea orders but hey, a freebie is a freebie!

On their David’s Tea’s Facebook, where this deal was original posted, the only specification is that the free tea is for kids aged 12 and under. This makes me wonder if I would be able to get a drink for my one year old and then secretly drink it myself… just kidding! Davids Tea: Free Tea For Kids July 11 12 (In Stores ONLY)

Personally, I think this is a fantastic opportunity to bond with your kids and get some sunshine. There is no mention on their Facebook as to whether this offer is only restricted to hot teas, so my assumption would be that you could ask for an iced tea for your kid(s) and maybe even grab a couple of sips for yourself when they’re not looking.

Speaking of David’s Tea, did you know that you can also shop online at their site? As you can see from our David’s Tea coupon page for them, they offer free shipping on orders over $50, 3 free samples with every order and they have a slew of web only specials to choose from that you wouldn’t be able to get in-stores. It may be the middle of summer, but you could for instance pick up tea for the tree on sale for just $3 (50% off). You can either get the santa’s secret, the sleigh ride or the eggnog and all of these basically include a sample of tea within a lovely limited edition printed tin ornament.

There are also a two teas at 40% off: the bubbi’s baklava, on sale for $28.50 (was $47.50) and the cocomint cream, which come down to just $22.50 (was $37.50) for 250g.

Be sure to also read Brooke’s post about the different daily freebies you can get at 7-Eleven until July 17th!

(Expiry: 12th July 2015)

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July 10

(July 10th Only!) Buy Any Dozen Doughnuts & Get A Second Dozen Glazed Dozen For $.78 Cents @ Krispy Kreme Canada (EXPIRED)

Posted by on July 10, 2015 at 10:46 AM

(July 10th Only!) Buy Any Dozen Doughnuts & Get A Second Dozen Glazed Dozen For $.78 Cents @ Krispy Kreme Canada (EXPIRED)

Yum, doughnuts for a crowd!  Check out this fantastic birthday deal at Krispy Kreme that is today only! When you buy one dozen doughnuts of any kind, you can receive a second dozen of the famous original glazed doughnuts for only $.78 cents!

Nom nom nom! Don’t mind me, I was just enjoying the picture of the delicious Krispy Kreme doughnut cake there. While there is not a location close to me, you can score an awesome bunch of doughnuts today and make one of those cakes for your very own. Krispy Kreme is celebrating its 78th birthday and inviting all of us to join in the fun. My internet research is telling me that these glazed doughnut dozens usually retail for $7.99 and the assorted dozens retail for $8.99. That means you could have two dozen glazed doughnuts for $8.76. That is only $.37 per doughnut, yahoo!

Now the good news is with this deal you can have a whole variety of doughnuts if you choose. The first dozen you buy could either be a multi-pack or a pack of original glazed. The second pack that is for $.78 only includes the original glazed doughnuts. Either way you are getting quite a mound of doughnuts.

You can find Krispy Kreme doughnuts at several locations across Canada. Here is the current list of cities that have Krispy Kreme locations. Check if there is a location near you!

Quebec:

  • Quebec City
  • Greenfield Park

British Columbia:

  • Delta

Ontario:

  • Toronto Downtown in two locations
  • Mississauga

My friend’s birthday is coming up. If I had a location closer to me, I would consider swinging by and making that birthday cake for her. Alternatively, many kids have soccer and swim meets right now. You could be the hero and show up with doughnuts for everyone. Sharing Krispy Kreme doughnuts will surely make you many friends in the stands.

For the truly daring, you may want to check out this list over at Dine And Ditch. There is a whole slew of pictures of recipes that use Krispy Kreme Doughnuts on this blogger’s post. Alternatively, if you have some leftover the next day, my old roommate swore they were delicious after putting them in a waffle iron. These doughnuts are best when they are warm, so I bet it is delicious!

Image Credit: Bunches and Bits {Karina}

(Expiry: 10th July 2015)

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July 4

How to Spice Up Your Hot Chocolate!

Posted by on July 4, 2015 at 7:00 PM

Fancy beverages from Starbucks and Timmies can be quite expensive, but there are ways to treat yourself in a similar fashion, from the comfort of your own home and using the foodstuffs in your cupboards. While on my extensive internet travels, I saw this cute little infographic showing you some ways to make variations on your regular hot chocolate drinks. Here it is (click for larger):

How to Spice Up Your Hot Chocolate!

Which is your favourite? I might try out the “Irish” this evening… that bottle of Bailey’s is just crying out to be loved. How to Spice Up Your Hot Chocolate!

(Expires: never)

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July 2

Glitch?!? Orange Chocolate Sweet Spice Herbal Tea Only $4 & Completely Free Shipping Coupon Code @ Teavana

Posted by on July 2, 2015 at 9:00 AM

Glitch?!? Orange Chocolate Sweet Spice Herbal Tea Only $4 & Completely Free Shipping Coupon Code @ Teavana

Do you love fancy tea as much as I do?  Score some of Teavana’s Orange Chocolate Sweet  Spice Herbal Tea that was $7.98 for 2 oz. but is now only $3.99. Teavana has released a coupon code for completely free shipping that is intended as a US only code, but will give you free shipping with no minimum to Canada also!

Click here to buy the Orange Chocolate Sweet Spice Herbal Tea @  Teavana now

  • Coupon Code: FIREWORKS
  • Discount: Free shipping with no minimum
  • Expires: 5th July 2015

I am giddy with excitement about this deal Bargainmoosers, as I have some truly amazing tea deals to share with you today. First off, as I mentioned above Teavana has released a free shipping code that is intended to give Americans free shipping all weekend for the holiday. I have some good news, the coupon code works and ships free to Canada!

I immediately headed over to the sale section to see what delicious teas I could score at a bargain price. Right now Teavana has discounted the Pumpkin Spice Brulee Oolong by 50%! This is a great time to stock up on some delicious tea for fall. This herbal tea sounds delicious with flavours of orange, chocolate and hints of chilli.

If you enjoy bringing your tea habit into the summertime as iced tea, then you will be excited about this next deal. Grab the Sangria Punch Black Tea that was $9.98 but is now only $4.99. I have been eyeing this Sangria flavoured tea for over a month now but was not willing to pay the shipping costs to try it. I sacrificed for you Bargainmoosers and ordered some for myself to make sure that code works. With flavours of red wine grapes, citrus, hibiscus and currents, this sounds like a delicious tea to sip cold on a hot summer day. Check out my cart here where I ordered this tea:

Glitch?!? Orange Chocolate Sweet Spice Herbal Tea Only $4 & Completely Free Shipping Coupon Code @ Teavana

If you are not sure how to brew loose-leaf tea for summer, you should also pick up the Blue Infusion Tea Pitcher. This pitcher was $16.89 but now is only $13.97. That may seem like a slim discount, but when you compare it to the slightly larger $28 Perfect Pitcher at David’s Tea, this pitcher at Teavana that functions the same for iced tea is a steal. I bought the David’s Tea pitcher and it is amazing, but I wish I had waited for the deal on this smaller pitcher.

We have seen a similar shipping glitch from Teavana that I blogged last month. I ordered the last time and my order was to my door within three days. I was very happy with both the quality and quickness of my order. If you like these teas, I would order now before Teavana sees this glitch! Teavana does ship from the states, but duties are prepaid at checkout if you spend over $20, and there are no duty costs for orders under $20.

(Expiry: 5th July 2015)

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July 1

Canadian Nutella Truck Tour: Free Food Samples, Free Custom Nutella Jar Labels & Other Prizes

Posted by on July 1, 2015 at 1:00 PM

Canadian Nutella Truck Tour: Free Food Samples, Free Custom Nutella Jar Labels & Other Prizes

The Nutella food truck is making its way across Canada. I can almost hear the sound of the cheers from the roar of Happy Canadians! If you also love Nutella, you should head over when the truck is near you to try free recipe samples, receive a free custom Nutella jar label and have the chance to win other prizes from the Nutella Claw machine!

Nutella has partnered up with Montreal celebrity chef and restaurant owner Stefano Faita to create an interactive food truck tour that is leaving Canadians drooling. The host of the CBC show “In the Kitchen with Stefano Faita” has created five Nutella recipes featured on the website in honour of the tour, and will be offering free samples at the tour stops. The word around the web (and on the side of the truck!) is the samples include Belgian Waffles with Nutella and Fruit Kabobs with Nutella. To see a little more about the tour, check out this video on Nutella’s Facebook page.

So by now you should be drooling and asking where can I get some of these great Nutella freebies?

Toronto: Toronto Zoo

  • June 27 to July 2: 12:00 pm – 6:30 pm The truck is located outside the front of the zoo, no admission is necessary.

Quebec City: Festival D’été de Québec

  • July 10 and July 12: 12:00 pm – 6:30 pm
  • July 11: 12:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Edmonton: K-Days

  • July 23 to July 26: 12:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Montreal Area: International Balloon Festival (Saint-Jean-Sur-Richelieu)

  • August 8 and August 9: 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm
  • August 10 through August 12: 1:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Toronto folks should  hurry over if you want to jump on this Nutella fun. The truck is only going to be at the zoo today and tomorrow!

Also included at the truck will be a claw machine that you can play for the chance to win free prizes. I heard the machine is tough, so you may want to bring along your best video game player for your best chance to win. The Nutella truck is also giving out free custom labels to add to your Nutella jar.

If you cannot make it to the truck, Nutella is giving away free custom labels and Spifes (spoon and knife combo!) on the Nutella Facebook page. You must enter to win by commenting on one of the contest posts and tagging friends.

(Expiry: 12 August 2015)

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June 28

Taco Bell Printable Coupon: Quesarito Combo Meal For 2 – Just $9.99

Posted by on June 28, 2015 at 5:00 PM

Taco Bell Printable Coupon: Quesarito Combo Meal For 2   Just $9.99

Don’t feel like cooking tonight? Then here’s an awesome printable coupon for Taco Bell: print it out to get a Quesarito meal for 2 for just $9.99.

I have to say that I’m actually really surprised that with this printable coupon, you will get two combos for $9.99. I had to read the fine print a couple of times to make sure that I wasn’t reading what I wanted to read but yes indeed, you will get:

  • 2 beef Quesaritos
  • 2 regular fries
  • 2 regular drinks

A meal for 2 for essentially $10 is pretty awesome nowadays. I hardly ever get junk food for this reason but without any printable coupons, you can definitely expect to pay double that price for most meals, if not more!

Trying to find out what’s inside this quesarito proved slightly challenging. Judging by the picture above, I would have guessed that it’s filled with beer, cheese and fries but poking around online, I found a description at TacoBell.com that it’s filled with rice rather than the fries that I seem to see. The Canadian version of Taco Bell’s site hasn’t been updated yet with the new addition, but all it says in reference to it is: “a cheesy quesedilla, wrapped around a beefy burrito” with no mention of any fries or rice.

In any case, this is a minor detail that you can find out in-stores and anyways, do you really need anything other than beef and cheese? Taco Bell Printable Coupon: Quesarito Combo Meal For 2   Just $9.99

I’m particularly intrigued by the fact that it’s a beef burrito wrapped in a cheesy quesadilla. That sounds beyond delicious and I definitely can’t wait to give it a try!

As always, you can find this Taco Bell printable coupon on the Bargainmose forum. In case you didn’t know, you can also subscribe to get the latest coupons straight into your inbox.

(Expiry: 6th July 2015)

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June 22

Canadian Freebies: Fibre 1, Chex Cereal Or Nature Valley Muesli Free Product Coupon @ Save.ca

Posted by on June 22, 2015 at 2:00 PM

Canadian Freebies: Fibre 1, Chex Cereal Or Nature Valley Muesli Free Product Coupon @ Save.ca

Who out there wants more free product coupons? Head on over to Save.ca right now to claim a coupon for a free Fibre 1 Crumble, Chex Cereal or Nature Valley Muesli full-size product. Head over quick, freebie coupons do not always stick around long.

This newest free product coupon is from General Mills through their Save.ca portal. Coupons can be redeemed only on Friday, July 31st, 2015 once you receive it in the mail. These free product coupons are part the new Free Fridays program that has been offering multiple free product coupons lately. I personally like this new program, as I am a big fan of trying new products free before I consider purchasing a product.

You must have a Save.ca account to receive the coupon, but signing up is free if you do not already have an account. This coupon includes a full sized Fibre 1 Crumble,  Chex Cereal or Nature Valley Muesli. It looks like General Mills is again debuting new flavours to entice us with for this promotion. The Chex Cereal appears from the picture to be a new cinnamon flavour. The Fibre 1 option looks to be some sort of crumble bar. One is a dark colour that looks like blueberry, and the other is most likely either a strawberry or raspberry flavour.  Lastly, there is the Nature Valley Muesli.  It is hard to tell what the flavour option is for the Muesli but looks like it would be delicious with some yogurt or milk.

If you are not a cereal person, do not forget there are many recipes online that you can add cereal as an ingredient. For example if you head on over to the Betty Crocker website, I see multiple cereal bar recipes you could add the Cinnamon Chex Mix into. When you have a freebie is a great time to experiment with a new recipe.

If you did not grab the Nature Valley and Oatmeal Crisp coupon freebie, it looks like there may still be a few free product coupons left that you can click an order at the same time as this newest freebie coupon.

Set your calendar on your phone so you do not forget. With so many different freebie coupons lately, I need to set a reminder for myself to claim my coupon. I would hate to accidentally miss one of these yummy freebies offered lately. At this rate, I have breakfast planned for multiple weeks!

(Expiry: 31st July 2105)

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June 18

Goodness Me! Free Shipping No Minimum & 20% Off

Posted by on June 18, 2015 at 2:00 PM

Goodness Me! Free Shipping No Minimum & 20% Off

Goodness Me! is a divine little spot of heaven for natural and organic food, beauty products, and more. Today and tomorrow they are offering free shipping on any order with no minimum. I also tested this previously mentioned 20% off coupon codeKHRF – and it works* WITH the free shipping!

*Note: The 20% off coupon code only works once per account. If you have used it once before, you cannot use it again.

I didn’t think I would be placing another order for myself so soon, but they stock Theo Chocolate. Theo is a brand out of Seattle that makes, in my opinion, the best chocolate bars you can have. The ingredients are squeaky clean, free of soy, and the taste is divine. Currently, two bars of their chocolate are on sale: Dark Chocolate 70%, 85g and Milk Chocolate, 85g. Originally $4.79 each, they are on sale for $3.50. After coupon code, purchase each bar for just $2.80 with free shipping. I just ordered a bar of the milk chocolate for my father and two bars of soap. My total was just under $15 and it shipped, free of charge, to rural Alberta.

I like when you can combine sale products with coupons and free shipping offers. This SkinGel from Nature’s Aid is on sale from $13.99 down to $12.49. Use the above coupon code to receive this product for just $9.99. I own a bottle of this gel and it is excellent for itchy skin and sunburn. It is an aloe based product, which accounts for the cooling affect it will have on your skin.

Summer is the season of lemonade. If you are not up to making your own, then purchase Santa Cruz Organic Lemonade, 946ml. Originally $4.49 per bottle, the lemonade is now on sale for $2.50. If you have not already used the 20% off coupon code, then each bottle of lemonade comes down to $2.

The first time we posted about this company, we received a great response. One Mooser said:

They just opened one near me – I am in love with this store!

And fellow blogger Eva said:

I shop in-store at Goodness Me all the time! I love that store! Might have to shop online with such low shipping too.

With this free shipping deal and the 20% off coupon code, there is no reason why you should not shop at Goodness Me! online.

(Expiry: 19th June 2015)

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June 15

Canadian Freebies: Nature Valley Or Oatmeal Crisp Free Product Coupon @ Save.ca

Posted by on June 15, 2015 at 3:30 PM

Canadian Freebies: Nature Valley Or Oatmeal Crisp Free Product Coupon @ Save.ca

Click through now and you can receive a coupon mailed to your door for a free full-size product. You can choose between a box of the new flavour of Nature Valley granola bars or a box of the new flavour of Oatmeal Crisp.

Life Made Delicious has teamed up with Save.ca to offer you a delicious freebie. Right now, you can click through the Life Made Delicious coupon portable above and grab a free product coupon. This coupon will entitle you to a full sized new product that is redeemable only on Wednesday July 24th. Set you calendar with a reminder so you do not miss it.  Brooke blogged about a free taco seasoning coupon the other day through Save.ca that worked similarly. This freebie also says it is part of the Free Friday program. I am not sure where the Friday part comes in this time as you redeem this coupon on a Wednesday, and today is a Monday. As long as the free part works, it is fine with me! You must have a Save.ca account to claim this coupon but you can sign up for one for free.

This freebie includes two product choices. I am glad to hear there is a choice, as sometimes the freebies that are limited to only one day can be difficult to find in the store. Big freebies are swiped up quickly. This is a full-size product after all.

First up is Oatmeal Crisp Cereal, which is available in five different flavours. This is not the brand of cereal I usually pick, but the Vanilla Almond in that line sounds delicious. I do not see the flavour featured for the coupon on the website, but it looks like the new flavour is either a cranberry chocolate flavour or a cherry chocolate flavour. Either way, it sounds like we should have a delicious choice.

Also included are Nature Valley Nut and Seed Crisps. I looked at the General Mills Website but did not find any information about this type of bar. Nature Valley bars are usually delicious, packed full of nuts, dried fruit, chocolate and seeds. I usually prefer the chewy versions of their bars but may try these nut bars because they are packed full of seeds. The image is not clear exactly on the flavour, but I am seeing almonds on both featured boxes.

Grab your coupons now for these great freebies. I know one of the times I sent away for a limited time coupon like this, they ended up sending out a bunch more freebie coupons when they ran out of stock at many stores. Then I was able to grab my freebie more leisurely, it was great. You should receive the coupon in five to eight business days.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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June 13

How to Save Money Eating Gluten Free

Posted by on June 13, 2015 at 8:00 PM

How to Save Money Eating Gluten Free

For people who have celiac disease (gluten sensitivity) eating gluten free foods is a necessity.  For others, eating gluten free foods (foods without wheat flour in them, namely common foods such as pizza, cookies, bread, pancakes, pastas, and many cereals) is a choice that improves their health.  Eating wheat free has become not only a fad, but a very popular diet that encompasses avoiding wheat products such as pizza, cookies, bread, and things like pancakes.

Although I do not have celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, since reading the book Wheat Belly, written by cardiologist Dr. William Davis, I have cut down on the amount of wheat that I eat in the day.  On days that I have wheat, like pasta or a pizza, I do find that I feel more bloated, more fatigued, and more lethargic.  Therefore, I try to avoid too much wheat, but I’m not super strict as I really enjoy the taste of pizza and pasta from time to time.

Just like going with the Paleo diet, eating gluten free can be more expensive than a typical North American diet full of convenience foods that make you full.  According to Yahoo Finance, the gluten free industry is set to be a $1.7 billion industry by the year 2017.  However, it doesn’t have to be.  Here are a few ways to save money when eating gluten free.

Don’t Forget the More Economical Grains

For many that avoid gluten, they opt for expensive alternatives to wheat, such as millet, quinoa, couscous, and buckwheat.  According to Today’s Dietician, many people forget about other alternatives to quinoa it is  good ol’ rice, corn, and gluten-free oats.  These are more economical than the more ‘ancient-grains’ type of carbohydrate.  I have oatmeal every morning for breakfast and make my own granola from the 100 days of real food granola recipe.

Be Friends with the Freezer

As with how to save money on the paleo diet, one of the best ways to save money on a gluten free diet is the plan ahead with your meals (remember, organization is key!) for the week and freeze them.  Instead of gravitating towards fast food after work, grab a meal out of your freezer so you have a weeknight meal ready to go.  Invest in a chest freezer if your freezer in your kitchen is tight on space.

Learn to Cook

According to Huffington Post, gluten free foods can cost anywhere from 76% higher to 518% higher than non glutenous foods.  The prepackaged gluten free food is what really adds up in terms of cost at the supermarket.  If you learn to cook a lot of the gluten free foods yourself you will save a lot of money.

There is a lot of gluten free junk food out there.  Just because it’s gluten free that doesn’t mean that it is healthy or good for you because essentially it is junk food disguised in a sheep’s clothing.  Pre-packaged gluten free foods are definitely more expensive.

Instead, if you want to have snack foods on hand, prepare them ahead of time:  kale chips, brussell sprout chips, and even homemade Larabars (see this homemade Larabar recipe from the hundred days of real food blog) are great ways to stave off the urge to buy packaged foods.

Look for Gluten Free Recipes

There are many places that you can find gluten free recipes that are practical and can easy to replicate.  For one, there are a few recipes posts in the Wheat Belly blog website and at the back of the book if you’re ready.  In addition simply googling for gluten free recipes is also effective and the search engine will find you some more gluten free recipes, of course!

Know Where to Shop

The places that offer a wide selection of gluten free foods with the best price is at Trader Joe’s.  I bought some brown rice pasta (gluten free) for really cheap and it tastes delicious (I think it was under $3 Canadian) and I think it is reasonable for the price and the effort it takes to get to a Trader Joe’s.  Also, Superstore has a health aisle/ gluten free organic section now for very reasonable prices.

Bargainmoosers, how do you and your family save on gluten free recipes and meals?

Photo credit: elana’s pantry

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June 10

(Printable Coupons) A&W Canada: Free Buddy Burger Or Coffee & Hashbrown (With Purchase)

Posted by on June 10, 2015 at 11:00 AM

(Printable Coupons) A&W Canada: Free Buddy Burger Or Coffee & Hashbrown (With Purchase)

Need an excuse to swing by A&W for a meal? Right now, you can grab a few new printable coupons and receive a free Buddy Burger or grab a free coffee and hashbrown for breakfast with purchase.

(You’ll have to sign up on the above site to get the free printable coupons)

I try not to hit the drive-thru very often. I took my daughter to A&W not long ago for her first rootbeer during their last promotion, which Brooke blogged about last month. My daughter liked the lollipop they gave her, but would barely touch the rootbeer. Every time we pass by any A&W now she says “Remember when we went there and had that drink and I had a lolly? Do you remember Mommy?” Even though she has never eaten a meal there, A&W is regularly promoted now from the backseat of my car.

If you are feeling a little hungry, you should keep these printable coupons in your car for your next quick meal. Included are the following discounts and freebies with purchase:

  • Free Buddy Burger with cheese with the purchase of any combo meal
  • Free 12oz. coffee and hashbrown with the purchase of any breakfast sandwich
  • Add an extra patty to a Teen Burger or a Mozza Burger free
  • Upgrade from fries to sweet potato fries on individual purchase or combo meal free

To print these coupons, you must login or signup for a free account. Once you sign in, there is also an option to send a free rootbeer coupon to a friend. My husband loves free rootbeer so I might send one his way. A&W will only let you use one coupon per transaction. You should be able to checkout separately if you go with another person.

The first coupon for the free Buddy Burger could easily feed both my daughter and me for around $9. Most combos cost about $8 to $10 depending on your location, and that free Buddy Burger should save you about $4. Your prices may vary, but I did find some pricing online for a location in Sudbury, Ontario. If you have not tried those sweet potato fries, they are more delicious then the normal fries. I usually make my own homemade orange fries, but I can never get them as crispy in my oven as A&W can crisp them in the fryer!

Image Credit: Keith Fahlgren

(Expiry: 21st June 2015)

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June 5

Tim Hortons: Small Caramel Iced Coffee Only $1

Posted by on June 5, 2015 at 4:00 PM

Tim Hortons: Small Caramel Iced Coffee Only $1

Tim Hortons has a new sweet special for coffee addicts like me. Right now, you can grab a Small Caramel Iced Coffee for only $1 at participating locations.

I have spoken several times about my slight coffee addiction here on Bargainmoose. I do love Starbucks when they have deals, but for every day, Tim Hortons is my coffee of choice. Now Tim Hortons is singing the caffeine siren song with these awesome $1 Caramel Iced Coffees.  If I am remembering correctly, a small iced coffee costs about $1.50, but if anyone knows the exact price please note it in the comments.

This drink is straightforward and yummy. Included in your cup will be coffee, ice, cream and caramel. I usually lean towards an iced cappuccino, but this drink will sway me at this price to give something new a try. I sometimes order the regular iced coffees in summer as a cold alternative to a more decadent drink. You can also ask for regular milk instead of cream to lighten your calories a bit more.

If you are craving one of those super decadent drinks, you could also substitute chocolate milk for cream. I substitute chocolate milk occasionally in an iced cappuccino at no extra cost, and it is delicious. The chocolate milk will give you a nice taste of chocolate yumminess mixed with that caramel. This is a nice alternative to the Chocolate Chill drinks, which are more expensive. While that chocolate drink looks delicious, it seems to be a little too much chocolate for me.

Over at Tim Hortons’ website, they have also included a little game with this iced caramel coffee announcement. Use your arrow keys to move and combine matching tiles. Each time you combine the tiles and unlock a new tile, the tile appears at the bottom of the game. I tried to see how far I could get in the game, hoping Tim Hortons would throw me a free coffee or coupon as a reward. I played for a couple rounds before I gave up, only managing to unlock eight different tiles. Bargainmoosers, if you play and manage to unlock all of the tiles, please report back as to what happens! Is it just a, “Congratulations, You Won,” note or is it something more?

Tim Hortons does not specify how long this promotion will be available. If you are interested in trying this drink for only a buck, you may want to swing by a Tim Hortons soon.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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June 4

Free Doughnut Of Your Choice For National Doughnut Day (Friday June 5th) @ Krispy Kreme Canada (EXPIRED)

Posted by on June 4, 2015 at 6:00 PM

Free Doughnut Of Your Choice For National Doughnut Day (Friday June 5th) @ Krispy Kreme Canada (EXPIRED)

Yum! I like doughnuts for a treat, but they taste better when they are free. On Friday June 5th, head over to your local Krispy Kreme for a free doughnut, no purchase necessary.

Krispy Kreme doughnuts are light, fluffy and are beloved by many people. Where I live, the local Costco sometimes sells them in the feature sample spot. They always have warm and fresh free samples, which is the best way to eat a Krispy Kreme doughnut. I share grocery coupons with one of my neighbours, and she made a special trip over to my house to tell me several months ago that Costco was selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts that weekend. I did not prompt her or ask her to look out for doughnuts, she just loves them that much that she wanted to share the doughnut yumminess.

Now you can grab your own doughnut completely free. National Doughnut Day is in honour of the Salvation Army Volunteers. This event commemorates volunteers providing doughnuts to soldiers on the lines during WWI. Free doughnuts is a good way to remember these brave volunteers.

Your free doughnut is not limited to Krispy Kreme’s famous original glazed doughnut according to the Facebook event. You can choose a doughnut in any variety. If you like the glazed doughnuts, I would suggest trying the Maple Glazed Doughnut. My daughter without a doubt would pick the brightly coloured sprinkle doughnut. My husband would pick either the Cinnamon Apple filled doughnut or the Apple Fritter. Your choices may vary based on what is available at your location. You can see all the flavours on the menu at the Krispy Kreme website.

I looked at where the Krispy Kreme’s are located, as I too would enjoy a free doughnut tomorrow. According to the Krispy Kreme website, there are locations in the following places.

Ontario

  • Toronto Downtown (2 locations)
  • Mississauga

Quebec

  • Quebec City
  • Greenfield Park

British-Columbia

  • Delta

This promotion lasts all day. Like most bakeries, you will have the best selection if you head over earlier in the day. I think they bake some of the doughnuts throughout the day, but I would guess most are baked in the morning. Maybe if you are lucky your treat will be waiting there for you warm, just out of the oven. I need to stop blogging about delicious doughnuts now before I go buy one. The freebie is not until tomorrow!

(Expiry: 5th June 2015)

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