Groupon Canada

December 23

Groupon Canada: Instant Gifts To Print or Send Electronically

Posted by on December 23, 2013 at 4:00 PM

Groupon Canada: Instant Gifts To Print or Send Electronically

Groupon has a number of instant gift ideas you can give, where you can either print and give or send a customized e-card with voucher.

The deals vary depending on location, but there are some that are valid across Canada. Groupon has a video for the Grouponvelope, which is a nifty way to give a Groupon gift. Here, you can see examples of customizable e-cards you send with your Groupon gift.

A hot air balloon ride would be a pretty exciting Christmas gift to get. $150, valued at $250

What about an MMA fit boot camp? If your girlfriend or mom or daughter is intent on getting fit this year, this is the best gift to give. $39, valued at $119

A winter snowmobile tour is an experience someone won’t soon forget. $159, valued at $318

If your friend has always wanted to race cars, now is their chance with Rusty Wallace’s racing experience. $64, valued at $129

I truly believe experiences as gifts are the best kind of gifts!

(Expiry: Depends on deal)

Moose Rating (1 votes)
November 25

Groupon Coupon Code: Save $5 on $15+ Today Only

Posted by on November 25, 2013 at 1:32 PM

Groupon Coupon Code: Save $5 on $15+ Today Only

It is not very often that you will see a coupon code for Groupon Canada. In fact, this is the first one we have had on the Groupon coupon page for Bargainmoose.  Save $5 on any order of $15 or more today only.

Click here to shop @ now

  • Coupon Code: 5OFF15
  • Discount: $5 off $15+
  • Expiry: 25th November 2013

There is a huge variety of deals you can get through Groupon for a fraction of the regular cost.  You will find deals on food, traveling, freebies, beauty & spas, auto services and much much more.

Here is a look at a few of the deals happening today that you can pair with this coupon:

  • $15 for a $30 The Body Shop voucher (save 50%)
  • $69 for an online app design course (save 85%)
  • $20 for a $40 American Apparel voucher (save 50%)
  • $35 for a Home teeth whitening kit (save 70%)

Whatever the lowest price listed for all of those deal (and all others $15 or more), you will save an additional $5 on them.

The cost of shipping will depend on the deal you get.  A lot of the time the cost of shipping is included.  Also, a lot of the deals on Groupon are great vouchers so there would be no shipping involved and they will just be emailed to you.

For all other Groupon coupons, you will find them posted up on the Bargainmoose coupon forum.

Moose Rating (3 votes)
November 21

Groupon Canada: 50% Off At American Apparel

Posted by on November 21, 2013 at 1:58 PM

Groupon Canada: 50% Off At American Apparel

Groupon has a great deal on right now if you are planning on shopping at American Apparel for the holidays. Buy a voucher for $20 and you’ll get $40 to spend. Buy a voucher for $40 and you’ll get $80 to spend.

What’s totally awesome about this deal is that it doesn’t say it is only on regular-priced items, so you can combine it with any sales they have going on as well. The certificate alone makes a great gift idea, or you can shop to your heart’s content too. You have to choose between using it in-store or online, but you can’t do both. If you do use it online, all shipping fees will apply as they would had you shopped without the voucher. You have to use your entire voucher in one purchase – you won’t be able to save a balance.

The only crappy thing is that you can’t use this on November 29th – Black Friday or December 26th – Boxing Day, which is when there will probably be amazing sales, but you are still scoring a hot deal at 50% off, plus whatever discount you get on their site.

(Expiry: 22nd November 2013)

Moose Rating (4 votes)
October 8

Groupon Canada: Celebrity Peel & Hyaluronic Serum Only $19 ($90 Value)

Posted by on October 8, 2013 at 11:00 PM

Groupon Canada: Celebrity Peel & Hyaluronic Serum Only $19 ($90 Value)

Get the Celebrity Peel & Hyaluronic serum for only $18.99, an $89 value at Groupon.

I wanted to blog this deal because when I was price comparing to see if it was a good price (it definitely is), I found a ton of great reviews for it. Although I don’t see it offered at many Canadian retailers, I have to wonder if this is a diamond in the rough. Maybe it will become something you’ll tell your friends about.

It is an anti-aging formula made with glycolic and salicylic acids that dissolves dulls and aging skin cells, smoothing out your skin and making you look younger. It is a gentle formula that needs no recovery time, but still produces the desired results. The moisturizer helps keep your skin hydrated, especially after the peel. This stuff is similar to what you’d get in a high-priced medi-spa, although it is gentle enough for first-time users.

My skin is getting older and duller, I hate to admit and I’m really considering this product. This review almost has me there:

I have done four Celebrity peels, one every two weeks, and the results have been AMAZING!!!

I’ve done series of peels through the derms before, mainly glycolic acids, and this is even more powerful,
the first treatment I only left it on for four minutes, and was amazed how powerful it was, I’m now up to ten minutes, a little redness and flaking for a few days to reveal smaller pores , more even skin tone, and the age spots on my nose are almost gone!!! You can also layer the product to even go into Deep peel territory.

Shipping is $4.99.

(Expiry: 10th October 2013)

Moose Rating (1 votes)
September 5

Groupon Canada: Escali Body Composition Scale Only $34.99

Posted by on September 5, 2013 at 7:00 PM

Groupon Canada: Escali Body Composition Scale Only $34.99

Groupon has a fantastic deal on an Escali body composition scale. Now only $34.99, it retails for $79.95. I price compared and not many stores sell this particular model, but the ones that do sell it for definitely more than $60. Most other body composition scales are usually over $50 as well.

Getting back into the gym is hard. You have to make it a routine again and so many other things like laundry, work, kids, Candy Crush, can get in the way. One of the best ways to motivate yourself is to start seeing results. I used to attend a ladies boot camp and the instructor used to weigh, measure and assess our fat every few weeks. When I would see a change for the better, it would make me work harder, because the pleasure of knowing I made a difference in my body was intense. If I saw a change for the worse, I would again work harder, because I wanted to get back to the good results. Either way, tracking my body’s changes motivated me to keep going. I didn’t go to the gym all summer, so I didn’t weigh myself, which didn’t give me accountability, so I also felt I could also eat poorly when I wanted to. I need some sort of item to keep me accountable when I am at home.

This item is really cool because not only does it tell you your weight (which is not really an accurate measure of fitness), it gives you your body-fat ratio and hydration percentage. You can get the rest of your family in on the fun with up to 10 user profiles.

Simply purchase your Groupon and provide your shipping address, along with paying the $5.99 in shipping fees and your item will automatically ship.

Photo credit: Jacob Garcia

(Expiry: 9th September 2013)

Moose Rating (1 votes)
September 3

Groupon Canada: $25 For A Walmart Portrait Studio Photo Shoot & Prints Worth $150

Posted by on September 3, 2013 at 1:30 PM

Groupon Canada: $25 For A Walmart Portrait Studio Photo Shoot & Prints Worth $150

If you are looking at getting family portraits done, Groupon has a fantastic deal for the Walmart Portrait Studio. For only $25,  you’ll get $150 worth of a photo shoot and prints.

I’ve never had photos taken at a Walmart Portrait Studio, but I am sure they are much like the ones I had done at Loblaws. The photographer has specific training in shooting portraits, with lots of backdrops and props and the ability to make your frowning child smile, just a little.

The link above will take you to the Toronto and area Groupon link. To find the deal for your area, search for Walmart under your own city in the search bar near the top of the page.

For $25 you’ll get

  • Single-image portrait CD (a C$79.99 value)
  • Four natural-colour portrait sheets (a C$39.96 value)
  • One enhanced 10″x13″ print (a C$29.98 value)
  • 50% off regular-priced products

What I like about this deal is that you get the photo shoot, plus prints, for such a great deal. Many times just a sitting fee is $25. You’ll also get the CD so you can print your photos yourself. It does say single-image CD so I’m assuming that will be for only one photo. You could use your best family photo for the CD and print your Christmas cards and/or other enlargements with that image and not have to pay any more to print all the copies. You’ll also get four portrait sheets, plus a rather large enlargement. It’s all you need. If you do need more, you’ll get 50% off any other purchases.

You can buy two Groupons for yourself (although it expires by October 31st so you can’t hold on to it for another season), and up to three as gifts. You can bring as many people as you like for the session, although some studios are only equipped for less than ten people.

This deal is selling fast, so buy now if you really want it!

(Expiry: Limited time)

Moose Rating (1 votes)
September 2

Groupon Canada: Up to 80% Off Canvas Prints @

Posted by on September 2, 2013 at 11:00 AM

Groupon Canada: Up to 80% Off Canvas Prints @

Groupon Canada has a really great deal featuring InkDoodle Canada. Get up to 80% off custom canvas prints when you buy a groupon voucher.

If that doesn’t take you directly to the deal it should be somewhere in the deals under any city because it is a national deal. Try searching for ‘custom canvas’.

There are four different choices depending on how many canvases you want and what size:

  • $29 for one 16″x20″ custom canvas print (a $125 value)
  • $49 for two 16″x20″ custom canvas prints (a $250 value)
  • $39 for one 20″x24″ custom canvas print (a $159 value)
  • $69 for two 20″x24″ custom canvas prints (a $318 value)

Trust me: I have done a couple custom canvas prints before and this is a great offer! This is an online deal and you also redeem it online. There is a maximum of one voucher per person but you can buy a few as gifts as well. The Groupon will expire 180 days after you buy it.

This isn’t just a simple case of uploading your photo and slapping it onto a canvas – you get some bonuses! You will receive complimentary enhancements to your photo such as time stamp removal, red eye removal, and brightness, sharpness, contrast, and color balance adjustments. You also receive a $30 store credit with your purchase.

Shipping is a $15 flat rate.

(Expiry: unknown)

Moose Rating (3 votes)
August 29

Groupon Canada: SmartTag Pet ID Only $15

Posted by on August 29, 2013 at 5:00 PM

Groupon Canada: SmartTag Pet ID Only $15

Get a SmartTag Pet ID system with custom engraved brass SmartTag, nylon collar and a pet protection plan, which stores your info in a database and alerts area animal associations if your pet is lost.

There are three different options for this deal. All include the tag, collar and pet protection, but you can choose between the length of time you want the protection. Pay $15 for a one-year plan (worth $32.89), $28 for a five-year plan (worth $62.89) and $35 for a lifetime plan (worth $82.89).

My dog is actually a rescue, so she came micro-chipped, which means she has a small chip inside her, that if scanned by a vet or other professional, will bring my information up. As a backup to this (or instead of), this system seems like a great solution. Dogs go missing all the time, and the sad part is that there are probably a ton of pets out there who never get found, get taken in as strays and end up euthanized.

What’s great about this system is not just that your dog has the tag with your information on it, but if they get lost, their system will alert vets, rescue groups, shelters, etc., within a 50 mile radius of where the pet last was seen.

When I perused their site, I noticed some other really great perks, which Groupon does not mention, but I hope they are part of this deal. These include free replacement tags, which is great, especially if you move a lot, $100 reward posted and paid by the company for your lost pet, an emergency response team who will make all the calls for you to find your pet, plus online notices. This sounds like a great service to have if you care for your pet.

(Expiry: 4th September 2013)

Moose Rating (1 votes)
August 24

Groupon Canada: $29 For $100 Worth @ Photobook Canada

Posted by on August 24, 2013 at 5:30 PM

Groupon Canada: $29 For $100 Worth @ Photobook Canada

Groupon has a super sweet deal where you spend only $29 for $100 worth of customized photo books at Photobook Canada.

The deal is a national deal, so it can be bought no matter what city you live in. If the link doesn’t auto direct you to the right deal, just go to All Deals and search for ‘Photobook Canada’ to find it. This is the best deal I have found for Photobook Canada in ages, and is better than all the deals they offer on their own website, including the one I already bought.

Things you need to know about the deal:

  • Expires 270 days after purchase
  • Limit two per person
  • May buy two additional as gifts
  • Limit one Groupon per Photobook order
  • Shipping is extra (but actually pretty cheap)

Also, only one book and any additional copies of that book may be ordered per transaction, and you must use promotional value in one transaction.

This is a deal I would buy if I had not bought one less than a month ago that, sadly, wasn’t as good a deal. Even so, with 270 days to use it in, I know I will be going to be visiting relatives twice within that time, and going to a comic convention as well, so there will be plenty of pics to turn into a lovely book. I might buy this anyway.

Quantities are limited.

(image credit: iriskh)

(Expiry: Unknown)

Moose Rating (2 votes)
July 11

Groupon Canada: $89 For Oil Paintings

Posted by on July 11, 2013 at 3:30 PM

Groupon Canada: $89 For Oil Paintings

Groupon has this deal on that almost seems too good to be true. You can purchase the Groupon for $89 and you’ll get a multi-panel oil painting (worth up to $349), plus a $50 credit for another purchase, and a free one-year gold membership, which gets you 20% off all your purchases (worth $500 for membership).

You also have the choice of paying $149 for an oil painting package, with an oil painting worth up to $999, plus the $50 credit and the membership included. The Art Network Canada’s website has some gorgeous paintings and I’m heavily considering getting one for my living space, maybe two.

I love the look of this fantastical tree. On five panels, it will add depth to your space, and maybe a little whimsy. Normally $349, you’ll pay only $89 for this option.

With the second option, you can choose any painting from the 2013 collection. This collection includes beautiful painting in all styles including:

  • abstracts
  • Canadian cities and landmarks
  • contemporary decor
  • Canadian landscapes
  • corporate accents
  • fashion trends
  • intimate contours
  • performing arts
  • pop art

To be honest, I am in love with so many of these paintings. I’d love an intimate contours painting for my bedroom and the fashion trends for my office, plus maybe a Canadian city painting for my family room. We actually already have a city theme going on in our family room, with paintings and photographs from spots we’ve been to all over the world. All that is missing is Canada.

You can purchase up to ten vouchers, but they expire 180 days from purchase, so you’ll have to use them almost right away.

Shipping is $15 to Ontario and $25 to other provinces.

(Expiry: Limited Time)

Moose Rating (1 votes)
June 30

Groupon Canada: Save $45 on Kindle Fire HD 7″ (Now $170)

Posted by on June 30, 2013 at 9:00 AM

Groupon Canada: Save $45 on Kindle Fire HD 7 (Now $170)

Get Amazon’s Android Tablet eReader for only $169.99 USD from Groupon!

This deal is a bit weird to quantify because of the price difference between the Kindle Fire HD on vs and the exchange rate but let’s just go on the assumption that if you, dear reader, were to get a Kindle Fire HD 7″ you would get it on for $214 CAD. We’re also going to assume that the dollar being at $0.96 is close enough to parity that it doesn’t really matter. So, all that said, the Kindle Fire HD 7″ is usually $214 and you are saving $44.01. That’s means that you can pick this up for $169.99!

Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD 7″ is kind of two products. The first is a really solid tablet. It has an HD screen and Dolby Audio and is meant for consuming media. You can put movies and music on it and you can get all your favourite streaming apps like Netflix and YouTube. It’s also a great tablet for kids. The Kindle Free Time service lets you decide how much time per day your kid can spend reading, playing games, watching videos, etc… on the Fire. Very good for parents who worry that their kids are playing too many games.

The second is the one that, for us Canadians, is kind of a forward looking thing. This tablet is meant to be a hook in to the Amazon world. The issue is that our Amazon world is kind of small. We have books, audiobooks, apps and shopping. That’s about it – for now. It’s the for now part that is interesting. I can’t imagine that Amazon isn’t looking at Canada as an expansion market for it’s streaming movie and MP3 services. So for now the Amazon hooks aren’t amazing but I’m sure they’ll get better. The recent announcement of Amazon Prime and the release of the Amazon App store and the Kindle Fire line in Canada is definitely a good sign.

Shipping and returns are FREE!

(Thanks to Daniela Carducci for the image!)

(Expires: 4th June 2013, 1:00 AM ET)

Moose Rating (1 votes)
June 24

Groupon Canada: $12 For 2L Of Marble Slab Ice Cream

Posted by on June 24, 2013 at 5:00 PM

Groupon Canada: $12 For 2L Of Marble Slab Ice Cream

This is one tasty deal! Get a Groupon that is worth $21.90 of ice cream for only $12. You’ll get a coupon for two 1L tubs of Marble Slab’s yummy, super premium ice cream to use in-store.

I have to say that Marble Slab is quite the treat for my family. We love entering the ice cream shop, knowing we are going there just to get ice cream, nothing else. With the many flavours and mixin’s, we each take our time finding the best combination of ice cream and candy, then sit devouring it. This deal is great when you can’t sit in and want to take it home to share with the family.

What’s totally awesome about Marble Slab is that all of the ice cream is hand-crafted in-store in small batches every day, so you know it is very fresh. Take a look at the list of flavours, with some delicious ones like Amaretto, Cinnamon Bun, Cotton Candy, Green Tea and Red Velvet. The hard part is choosing just two!

You can buy two Groupons per person and use both in one visit. You also need to use the Groupon by September 30th (and why wouldn’t you?).

(Expiry: 26th June 2013)

Moose Rating (4 votes)
June 20

Groupon Canada: Convert Photos To Digital Only $29

Posted by on June 20, 2013 at 12:00 PM

Groupon Canada: Convert Photos To Digital Only $29

Do you have boxes of photos, slides, VHS tapes or even reel-to-reel that you want to keep, but don’t have the room for? Convert them to a digital format effortlessly with this Groupon, where professionals will delicately convert all your media onto archival DVD.

My mother-in-law and my mother both recently purchased scanners to start scanning in all their old photos and slides. The scanners probably cost a small fortune for a good quality one and the time it takes to scan each and every photo or slide is exorbitant. You can let someone else do the work and not pay a load of money to do it.

For $29, you’ll get $100US of digitization services. For $75, you’ll get $250US worth of services. $100 gets you about 200 photos, 175 negatives, 150 slides, etc. The harder the item to scan, the more it costs per piece. You can mix your pieces or just send in one type of media. You can even get a discount when you send in over 1,000 pieces and pay the bulk rate while using your Groupon, but only one Groupon can be used for this.

You can buy three per household and use all three in one visit for the $100 option, but the $250 one has a limit of one per person.

The voucher expires 180 days after purchase.

(Expiry: 24th June 2013)

Moose Rating (1 votes)
June 12

Groupon Canada: $5 For $10 Worth of Starbucks

Posted by on June 12, 2013 at 11:58 AM

Groupon Canada: $5 For $10 Worth of Starbucks

Get a $10 eGift card for Starbucks Canada from Groupon for only $5! Use it to buy anything from Starbucks, hot, cold or otherwise.

5,000 of these have already been bought, so this is a very popular deal. If you love your Starbucks and aren’t interested in paying full-price, why not get $5 off with this Groupon. There is a limit of one per person and this needs to be redeemed by December 31st this year. If you don’t redeem it, Groupon will refund your money.

I didn’t get a chance to try the frappuccinos when they were on sale and I’m still dying to sink my lips into a caramel ribbon crunch. These gift cards make a great gift for Dad or for teachers or even new grads. They don’t need to know you only paid $5 for it. You can use it all in one visit or over multiple visits.

(Expiry: 13th June 2013)

Moose Rating (3 votes)
June 4

5 Fun and Frugal Father’s Day Ideas

Posted by on June 4, 2013 at 8:00 PM

5 Fun and Frugal Fathers Day Ideas

Father’s Day this year is on June 16th.  Typically, Father’s Day is celebrated on the 3rd Sunday of June.  Here’ a fun fact courtesy of Wikipedia:  Father’s Day was first celebrated in 1910 in Spokane, Washington and was created after Mother’s Day was created (figures!).  What better way to celebrate the wonderful Dad in your life with acknowledgement to show them just how special they are?

The key to a man’s heart doesn’t have to involve spending loads of money on your favourite Father.  Here are some fun and frugal Father’s Day gift and activity ideas to show the Father in your life just how special he really is.

#1. Go Fish

Grab a pole (the local thrift store or even Canadian Tire sells fishing poles for pretty cheap), make sure there’s a license (for example, in British Columbia, a one-day fresh water fishing license costs only $10 for residents of British Columbia), and go fish!

Yahoo also suggests packing a picnic lunch to complete the frugal Father’s Day idea.  Young children (usually under age 16) can usually fish under the adult’s license.

Fishing will teach everyone patience, provide lots of rest and relaxation, and provide ample opportunity for family bonding.  Alternately, there are many coupons available through Groupon or other daily deal sites that provide two for one fishing expeditions if you want to crank it up a notch.

(Cost: Under $50 for the day)

 #2. Clean Up His Car

This idea for a frugal Father’s Day is courtesy of’s Frugal Living section, and it’s brilliant.  Men love their cars and they love their cars even more when they are clean, shiny, and spotless.  All you have to do is grab a few supplies from around the house (or use his car washing and polishing supplies which he is likely to have sitting in the garage) and start cleaning!  Oh and grab the vacuum to clean up the interior of his car.  This gift is guaranteed to bring a smile to his face.

(Cost: Free – unless you count manual labour)

 #3. Fire Up the Barbecue

Men love their grills and their steaks (unless they are vegetarian of course). Yahoo Voices suggests firing up the grill for the Father in your life for a frugal Father’s Day.  Make sure you get some high quality cuts such as rib eye, T-bone, and New York cut steaks.  Costco has great high quality cut meats.

Cleaning the grill, buying the groceries and prepping the food with some good marinades or rubs will surely melt his heart.  Also get him some of his favourite beer, chilled, for extra brownie points.

(Cost: Under $50 for the food)

#4. Action Movie Marathon

Speed, Matrix, Die Hard, Batman, and even the Fast and the Furious (yes, maybe even Fast and Furious I to V which will take you probably an entire weekend to complete).  Guys love their action movies (yes, this is a generalization) and Yahoo Voices suggests dedicating an entire afternoon to an action movie marathon.  This is actually an enjoyable event for many men (watching the Lord of the Rings trilogy in an entire day was actually my guy’s idea of showing that I love him).

Just make sure to have some pizza or other snacks available to munch on during the action movie marathon.

(Cost: Free – unless you don’t own any of these movies at home)

#5. Personalized Golf Balls

Sure you can spend $50 at Golf Town for a set of personalized golf balls which is a great sentiment, but you can also try and make your own personalized golf balls.  If you want to make it even more personalized, eHow has some tips on websites you can go to for logos and adding a custom design to golf balls.  If meticulousness is not on your radar (since most golf balls get lost anyway, really), then grab a stamp pad, a stamp (you can easily have custom made stamps at your local stamp or craft store) and stamp away.

Any Dad is sure to think of his family every time he puts that golf ball down on the tee.  What better way to remind him that he is loved than this?

(Cost: $10 to $50)

As you can see, celebrating the wonderful Dad in your life doesn’t have to involve spending a ton of money.  The point of Father’s Day is to show appreciation and spend quality time together, and not necessarily spend a load of money on gadgets or gizmos that he won’t use.

Bargainmoosers, what is your favourite frugal Father’s Day gift or activity?

(Image Credit: SignUpGenius)

Moose Rating (3 votes)