Marvel

November 18

Best Buy Canada: X-Men Trilogy Pack On Blu-Ray | Was $40 Now $15

Posted by on November 18, 2014 at 10:37 AM

Best Buy Canada: X Men Trilogy Pack On Blu Ray | Was $40 Now $15

Hey there, my fellow deal hunters! Best Buy currently has a great sale on the X-Men Trilogy Pack on Blu-Ray – it normally retails for $39.99, but you can now pick up this Blu-Ray set for only $14.99 (plus $1.99 shipping). This set currently sells for $39.99 at Future Shop, so you’re getting $25 off the regular price! Plus, who doesn’t love comic book movies? Even if you’re not too familiar with the X-Men characters, these films do a great job of making even first-time viewers familiar with the background of the Marvel X-Men universe. They’re fun to watch, and best of all, they’re now on Blu-Ray!

This X-Men Trilogy Pack on Blu-Ray comes with the first 3 X-Men movies. I have them on DVD, and I really enjoyed watching them. My older brother, who isn’t really a huge fan of Marvel movies, loves the X-Men films. He actually has each of these movies in his DVD collection, so it goes to show you that even those who weren’t really fans of the comic book just might enjoy these films.

I used to love the X-Men when I was a child. At first, I was a fan of Batman and Superman (mostly Batman, since the huge Batman Returns marketing blitz was occurring at the time). However, by the time I turned 7, my new favourite Marvel characters were the X-Men. I watched the cartoon every Saturday morning, too! Who doesn’t remember this iconic theme song? It was also on an hour before WWF Superstars, so it was a part of my Saturday viewing block. Man, I loved parking myself in front of the TV and just watching it on those weekend mornings.

I’ve included a brief review of this X-Men Trilogy Pack on Blu-Ray from a satisfied Amazon customer below:

To start with I am not a fan of sci-fi, but this story carries a good sense of personal struggle that is easy to associate with. And, of course, some very cool effects which attract I believe most of the viewers.

Quantities are extremely limited, so get this now before it’s gone! Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 14th January 2015)

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September 28

Game Access Canada: LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (Used) For PS4 | Was $40 Now $20 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on September 28, 2014 at 12:30 PM

Game Access Canada: LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (Used) For PS4 | Was $40 Now $20 (EXPIRED)

Good afternoon, my fellow deal hunters! Today at Game Access, they have a great game that’s had many favourable reviews on sale – that game is LEGO Marvel Super Heroes for the Sony PS4 system, and you can get a used copy of it for just $19.72 (plus $3 shipping)! It normally retails for $39.99, so this is a nice deal for both LEGO and Marvel fans.

The PS4 version of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes is well regarded by both gamers and reviewers alike. On Metacritic, it has an overall score of 83 out of 100, which shows that this is a game that’s fun, well made, and worth the money.

I’ve played the Nintendo 3DS version of this game, and while it doesn’t have the stunning, crisp visuals that the PS4 version has, it’s more fun than you’d think! I mean, you get to play as The Avengers, and smash your enemies up into itty bitty LEGO bits! It’s an experience that needs to be seen to be believed. You can’t go wrong with a game that allows you to play as The Hulk!

At Future Shop and Best Buy, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes usually retails for $39.99. I’ve included a review from a satisfied Future Shop customer below:

There are not too many games worth the price tag, but this is one that is. Lots of action, humour and collectibles. I platinumed mine in just under 60hours of game play. Well worth it and highly recommended.

If you’re looking for an enjoyable gaming experience on your PS4, then you should consider purchasing LEGO Marvel Super Heroes today. Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 29th September 2014)

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September 8

Chapters Indigo Canada: 30% Off Marvels Origins Titles

Posted by on September 8, 2014 at 9:00 PM

Chapters Indigo Canada: 30% Off Marvels Origins TitlesCurious to find out how the tales of Wolverine, Thor, X-Men and a couple of others started out? Chapters Indigo is offering a 30% discount on select Marvel Origins books right now, but only during the next couple of days.

In recent years, Marvel has been on the roll with the making and re-making of movies depicting the epic stories of Wolverine, Spider-Man, The Anvengers and all of others, but if you never read these comics or want to read their backstories anyways, then these deals are definitely well worth it, especially since Amazon, for instance, is currently selling all of these at their full price.

  • Wolverine – An Origin Story: reg. $9.99/ now $6.64
  • Thor – An Origin Story: reg. $9.99/ now $6.64
  • Marvel The X-Men – An Origin Story: reg. $9.99/ now $6.64
  • Iron Man – An Origin Story: reg. $9.99/ now $6.64
  • Spider-Man – An Origin Story: reg. $9.99/ now $6.64
  • The Avengers – An Origin Story: reg. $9.99/ now $6.64
  • Guardians of the Galaxy: Beginnings: reg. $13.99/ now $10.44
  • Captain America – An Origin Story: An Origin Story: reg. $9.99/ now $6.64

If you were to add all of these titles to your shopping cart, the subtotal would come up to just $56.92, which is pretty good considering it would have otherwise cost you $83.92, which is actually more than just a 30% discount as it comes up to 32%! Chapters Indigo Canada: 30% Off Marvels Origins Titles

All of these titles are in hardcover format and feature 48 pages of pure awesomeness. Personally, I am definitely tempted to buy all of these Marvel Origins titles at once, not only to read and enjoy, but also because they would look great on my bookshelf as they are all in the same format. Plus, it would also fit right in with the Marvel Famous First: 75th Anniversary Masterworks Slipcase set that is currently on sale for $237.50 (reg. $500). You can read more about it in Avigayil’s recent post.

Another advantage of getting them all in one order is that your order will also then qualify for free shipping as Chapters automatically ships all orders totalling over $25 for free.

Having recently watched and loved the Guardians of the Galaxy movie, I am particularly excited to the Guardians of the Galaxy: Beginnings book, especially since the description of the book is particularly intriguing: “how did a raccoon with a rocket launcher, a talking tree, a bald green destroyer, the most dangerous woman in the universe, and an interplanetary policeman form the heroic space squad, The Guardians of the Galaxy?”

(Expiry: 15th September 2014)

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August 31

Jack Of All Trades Canada Promo Code For $8 T-Shirts (Reg. $22)

Posted by on August 31, 2014 at 3:00 PM

Jack Of All Trades Canada Promo Code For $8 T Shirts (Reg. $22)

Come all, come quick, Jack of All Trades tees can be yours for just $8 instead of their regular price of $22 — that’s close to 64% off!

Click here to shop @ JackOfAllTradesClothing.com now

  • Coupon Code: 8BUCKS
  • Discount: 64% off tees
  • Expiry: 1st September 2014

For the most part, Jack of All Trades Clothing coupon codes usually come in the form of up to a 25% discount on select t-shirts. Back in July, they had a $10 t-shirt promo but even then, this promotion is definitely one of the best ones in a while, given the high discount and the selection of popular tees to choose from. Take this women’s batman t-shirt: it’s black and features the batman yellow and black logo on the front. Do keep in mind, however, that women’s Jack of All Trades t-shirts tend to be very fitted, so if you prefer a looser one, then I would suggest a men’s t-shirt instead. A couple of good friends of mine actually do that and it looks just as great!

A couple of months ago, I assembled a Daddy emergency kit to give to my hubby during our baby shower and seeing as though he is a huge Habs fan, I included the superman team color t-shirt. At the time, I paid the full price of $22 as I was shopping at the last minute. Given that the Habs are the best team in the league (okay, my hubby’s fanaticism may have rubbed off on me ever so slightly), this would be a wonderful t-shirt to get as it combines the best of both worlds: the superhero one with Canada’s favourite sport. They also have superman t-shirts in honour of the Vancouver Canucks and the Boston Bruins, though given the Canadiens’ intense rivalry, I wouldn’t recommend the former one! Jack Of All Trades Canada Promo Code For $8 T Shirts (Reg. $22)

Overall, there is a total of 50 t-shirts to choose from and even a couple of junior ones like the Angry Birds, Marvel Kawaii Captain American and the Minnie Mouse chalk t-shirts. For any of you Judge Dredd fans, there are even a couple of very cool-looking executioner t-shirts like the Apocalypse War one or the Skull Crush.

Shipping is at a flat rate of $5 per order. Alternatively, or if you happen to miss the above promo, you can also use our Bargainmoose exclusive Jack of All Trades coupon code to save 25% off raglan and football t-shirts.

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July 29

Marvel.com Coupon Code: Unlimited Subscription Only $0.99 TODAY (Expired)

Posted by on July 29, 2014 at 11:30 AM

Marvel.com Coupon Code: Unlimited Subscription Only $0.99 TODAY (Expired)

Little late on this offer (because I thought it was open to US residents only) but you need to get in on this! Get an entire month of Marvel Unlimited for only 99 cents with the following coupon code.

Click here to sign up for Marvel Unlimited Now

  • Coupon Code: SDCC14
  • Discount: One month for $0.99
  • Expiry: 29th July 2014 @ 11:59 EST

Long story short: I was going to blog this a few days ago but read some fine print somewhere that said it was for USA residents only. However, this morning I was messaging a Twitter gal in Belgium (got to love the internet) and she mentioned the Marvel unlimited Subscription. Upon confirmation, I found out this is indeed available globally. So, get your cute little butts on this deal because it is awesome.

What you get:

You get access to over 15,000 digital comics spanning the last 75 years from Marvel. This database is enough to keep any geek reading for the entire month with no hope of making it through the entire database. Book some vacation for August friends, because your little geek eyes are going to need it. Try to get some sleep too, eh?

What you save:

The Marvel month-to-month subscription regularly costs $9.99 so you are saving 90% on the monthly subscription. Make sure to cancel your subscription before your next billing cycle so you do not get charged the full cost for the next month. If you want to continue with your subscription because of the sheer awesomeness of the digital Marvel library, you would be better to cancel your current subscription and then switch over to the annual subscription for $69 a year. The 99-cent offer is not valid on annual or annual plus memberships (you would need to cancel and then get one of those after). Either way, this 99 cent offer will give you a taste of what the Marvel archives have to offer for an entire month while you decide.

This sweet little offer from Marvel is open to new and former (now-cancelled) Marvel Unlimited members. If you currently have an account, you are out of luck. All prices are in USD. We can also send out thanks to the San Diego Comic Convention for this coupon code, you might notice that the code is to celebrate this year’s convention.

As a side note, who is excited for Rocket Raccoon? I know I am! I just love anything Skottie Young touches.

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April 5

Jack Of All Trades Discount Code: 25% Off Captain America Apparel

Posted by on April 5, 2014 at 6:00 PM

Jack Of All Trades Discount Code: 25% Off Captain America Apparel

In the first Captain America movie, The First Avenger, Steve Rogers says: “I’m loyal to nothing, General…except the dream” and as corny as this may sound, here at Bargainmoose, we’re also loyal to the dream, albeit a different one from Captain America’s one. Our dream is to never pay full price for anything and to always score the best deals!

With that being said, if you have been meaning to watch the latest Captain America movie, The Winter Soldier, then head over to Jack of all Trades’ website because until the end of the weekend, they’re offering 25% off all Captain America clothing.

Click here to shop for Captain America merchandise @ JackofallTradesClothing.com now

  • Coupon Code: CAPTAIN25
  • Discount: 25% off Captain America apparel
  • Expiry: 6th April 2014

For women, my favourite Captain America shirt has to be the Marvel Kawaii custom cut one, which features a miniaturized version of Captain America across the front. Originally priced at $25, it comes down to just $18.75 with the code and it’s further made unique by the knots running down the sides that can be adjusted in any which way you want: whether to accent certain features or close the gaps! Jack Of All Trades Discount Code: 25% Off Captain America Apparel

As for men, you definitely can’t go wrong with a classic Captain America logo t-shirt, especially since it’s 100% cotton and is available for the same price at the women’s one. They also have a Captain America hoodie with a distressed logo on the front. It comes down to $36 (reg. $48).

Shipping is at a flat rate of $5 per order and be sure to also keep any eye out on our forum for more Jack of all Trades discount codes.

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November 6

Jack of All Trades Clothing: 15% off with Exclusive Coupon Code

Posted by on November 6, 2013 at 10:00 PM

Jack of All Trades Clothing: 15% off with Exclusive Coupon Code

There is a joke in here somewhere but I’m in far too much of a bad mood to make with the funny ha-ha this early in the article. Maybe later ok, dear? In the meantime why don’t you go get yourself something nice from Jack of All Trades for 15% off?

 Click here to get 15% off @ JackOfAllTradesClothing.com now

  • Coupon Code: BMOOSE15OFF
  • Discount: 15% off
  • Expiry: 11th November 2013

I love Jack of All Trades. They are mainly superhero shirts but have other stuff too. I like that they aren’t your usual superhero shirts. Like you can get a superman t-shirt but it’s not just a blue shirt with a Superman logo. It’s something like this Quebec Nordiques Superman t-shirt or better yet, a Montreal Canadiens Superman t-shirt. Of course they do have some more traditional stuff but everything is just a little skewed in some way.

If Superman isn’t your thing, they have all your favourite superheros. How about you check out their entire Thor line of shirts? I personally like the Loki Boss shirt and Frozen Hammer ones. Don’t dig superheros at all? How about we celebrate Christmas with this awesome Jack Skellington shirt? Super cool. They don’t only have guy’s t-shirts either. They have hoodies, tank tops and girl’s shirts too. Not all designs are available on every type of shirt, which is nice. It shows that they aren’t just designing a logo and printing it on anything end everything. You can even get some very cool custom cuts as seen in the image above.

To top it all off shipping is $5 anywhere in North America no matter how many shirts you buy! And that, in addition to our 15% off code, helps makes Jack of All Trades Clothing an amazing Gift Idea!

Keep on eye on our Jack of All Trades Coupons for more deals!

Jack of All Trades Clothing: 15% off with Exclusive Coupon Code

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June 23

Beyond The Rack Canada: Marvel Fine Art Only $99

Posted by on June 23, 2013 at 7:00 PM

Beyond The Rack Canada: Marvel Fine Art Only $99

Get new limited edition releases of Marvel fine art starting from only $99, regularly $500, with prices and discounts going up.

If you have a comic lover in your home, who also enjoys unique art, this sale is for you. All art comes with certificate of authenticity.

Check out this Ultimate’s #1 limited edition giclee. Ready to hang on an 18×27″ canvas, this giclee is a piece of comic book history. Was $500, now $99.

The Invincible Iron Man #1 is also a ready to hang on an 18×27″ canvas with an iconic Iron Man image. Was $900, now $229.99.

For something framed, check out Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America #5. Was $1,400, now $349.99.

Shipping depends on what you buy.

(Expiry: 26th June 2013)

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October 28

Comixology: Marvel Zombies Comics for 99 cents each!

Posted by on October 28, 2012 at 4:00 AM

Comixology: Marvel Zombies Comics for 99 cents each!

A lot of people are loving all the super hero media franchises out there lately. A lot of the same people are also loving the Zombie stuff that we’re getting. I say why not love them both at the same time? Comixology says why not love them both for cheap!?

As the name suggests, these comics are Marvel characters as Zombies. I did some reading on the series and it seems pretty awesome. I guess at one point Ash Williams (of the Evil Dead franchise) shows up, which is pretty freakin’ cool. This is the first series in the Marvel Zombie universe so it’s a great way to get into the whole universe. There are only five comics in this first series so you get the whole thing for under $5. I don’t know what the before price is but I would suspect it to be $1.99. Either way, I’m getting all of these.

I suspect this sale is a partial advertisement for the recently released Marvel Zombie Halloween one-shot. It came out on 17th October 2012 and, unfortunately, is not on sale. The good news, however, is that with the money you save on the first Marvel Zombies series, you can buy a copy of the Halloween comic and still have some left over.

As usual these are digital comics and can be read on your computer or almost any mobile device. Buy once, read everywhere!

(Expires: 28th  Octobey 2012, 11:00PM ET, local evenings in other regions)

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September 21

Comixology: 99 Cents Sale on New X-Men Volume 2!

Posted by on September 21, 2012 at 5:00 AM

Comixology: 99 Cents Sale on New X Men Volume 2!

Comixology is at it again bringing you an entire series of comics for only 99 cents an issue. If you like X-Men, why not check out the new breed of mutants and do it for cheap?

I know I say Comixology.com up there and you are fully welcome to buy and read your comics on the site but the best way is to get them on your Android or iOS device, especially a tablet. I’ll get into that later though. Let’s talk about the comics.

Comixology never puts their before prices but I did some looking around and I believe that these issues were $1.99 before the sale. That’s a 50% sale and that’s awesome. The series itself seems to be a new beginnings sort of thing where a couple of X-Men take in some new mutants and train them. I’ve never read these but it seems like they may skew to a younger audience (when has that stopped you from geeking out over the latest issue of anything?) so it looks like the internal squabbling between the students is a key theme. I read over some of the characters and there are some pretty cool soundinh mutants in here. I just spent a bunch of money on comics on a previous Comixology sale so I’m not looking for anything new right now but if I was, I’d be checking this out.

I mentioned right off the top that the best way to consume Comixology is on a tablet. The experience is just so natural. I find reading it on the computer is a little strange. Part of the comic experience for me has always been huddling over the book or throwing yourself down on the couch with the comic and a snack. Even pulling the comic out in a waiting room or on your break at work. A tablet really lets you get that same experience but without the stigma of being a 27-year old with a career who is sitting in the lunch room reading the latest Green Lantern comic. Win-Win.

(Expires: 21st September 2012, 11:00PM ET in North America, local evenings elsewhere)

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