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October 7

National Geographic Kids Luggage Was $70 | Now $35 & Free Shipping @ Best Buy

Posted by on October 7, 2015 at 3:15 PM

National Geographic Kids Luggage Was $70 | Now $35 & Free Shipping @ Best Buy

If you are looking for good quality children’s luggage that will also appeal to your little animal, then check out Best Buy Canada’s final clearance sale on National Geographic Kids Luggage. The National Geographic Tiger 16″ 2-Wheeled Kids Luggage and the National Geographic Panda 16″ 2-Wheeled Kids Luggage are both on sale from $69.97 down to $49.97. There is an extra 30% off all clearance luggage right now when you add it to your cart. In cart, each piece of luggage comes down to $34.98 with free shipping.

These luggage are perfect for the child traveling with you. Each features a National Geographic photo of a popular animal. Your child can choose between the tiger with the green colour scheme or the panda with the blue colour scheme. Read the rest of this entry »

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August 10

National Geographic Traveler Digital Only $10 Per Year

Posted by on August 10, 2014 at 8:30 AM

National Geographic Traveler Digital Only $10 Per Year

National Geographic is offering a digital subscription to their National Geographic Traveler Magazine for only $10 per year.

The digital package is the same price for Canadians, in our own currency, as it is for Americans in their currency.

This subscription includes the iPad version. I price compared this offer with Zinio as they are the leading magazine subscription service that I know about. They offer the National Geographic Traveler yearly subscription for $17.95 a year plus taxes. You will have to pay taxes going directly through National Geographic as well, but their subscription is approximately $8 cheaper. A cheaper subscription also means fewer taxes.

There are two other options when you click through the link, and though they look provocative, the subscriptions cost more for Canadians. You can pick up a yearly subscription in print for $17.95, which is the same price of the digital subscription from Zinio. There is also a Print Plus edition that comes with the iPad digital version and a printed copy of the National Geographic Traveler delivered to your door eight times a year. The Print Plus option costs $24.95 a year for us lovely people north of the border.

There are eight issues per year. If you purchase the digital subscription, that is just $1.25 per issue. You could never pick up a National Geographic magazine on a shelf at Chapters for that price.

This deal has a lot of personal appeal to me. I love to travel and am always looking for amazing architectural and archeological places to visit. Searching the internet for this kind of thing is like trying to find a needle in a hay stack. However, National Geographic has years of experience traveling around the planet. I would love to see the planet through their eyes and use their experience and amazing photos to guide my next vacation. Daniel’s and my first major vacation together was guided by the BBC’s documentary Earth: A Biography, specifically the volcanoes episode. We went to Rotorua in New Zealand, which is one of the most volcanically active areas on the surface of the planet. Our trip to Iceland was also guided by the same documentary, as it is the one place on earth you can see the split in the earth’s crust rise above the ocean. I think that vacations guided by geographical knowledge are the best.

Where are you heading for your next vacation?

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July 23

National Geographic: Digital Subscription – Just $15

Posted by on July 23, 2014 at 10:30 PM

National Geographic: Digital Subscription   Just $15

National Geographic is offering Digital Subscriptions to their monthly magazine for just $15 CAN a year.

The subscription includes Digital editions for iPad, iPhone, Kindle Fire and the Online Archive. This offer is available for new orders only, not for renewals. A one-year subscription includes twelve monthly issues, which works out to $1.25 an issue. Not only do you get twelve months worth of new material, you also have access to over 125 years worth of National Geographic archives. I cannot even fathom how much time I could spend going through those archives reading articles, looking at pictures, and learning so much about our planet and its history. With your subscription, you also receive a one-year membership to the National Geographic Society.

Through the link above, you can also receive deals on the print and print plus digital subscriptions. For Canadians, you can get a twelve-month National Geographic print subscription for $26. That works out to $2.17 a month, which is far below newsstand prices. The print only addition does not come with online access to the archives or to the digital versions, which have pictures that never appear in the print versions.

If you like to have access to both the Print and the Digital version so you can take full advantage of that archive, then the subscription rate is $32. That works out to $2.67 a month. For both the Print Only and the Print Plus subscriptions, allow 4-6 weeks for delivery of the first print edition issue.

I price compared the digital version with Zinio who had the subscription for $24. I tried price comparing with Kobo, but they do not have National Geographic as a magazine option.

There is only one magazine I want to subscribe to, and that is National Geographic. I absolutely love nature (as you can see by my budding BBC Earth collection), and their magazine has the best pictures and most informative articles. My father has a whole stack of National Geographic Magazines, from before I was born, sitting in his basement gathering dust. I plan to make pilgrimage back to my parents someday just to dig them up and read some of the old articles. I will never forget the yellow borders and the beautiful pictures I stared at as a child. i can’t wait to get my hands on the digital version for a year. Good-bye spare time.

Canadian taxes are calculated per provincial rate.

(Expiry: unknown)

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February 28

WagJag Canada: 70% off National Geographic Magazines for Kids

Posted by on February 28, 2014 at 8:30 AM

WagJag Canada: 70% off National Geographic Magazines for Kids

There is another great deal at WagJag Canada right now if you have kids or grand-kids.  Save up to 70% on the subscription of the National Geographic Magazine for kids.

There are two options for this deal:

  • $17 for a one year subscription to National Geographic Little Kids (a $35.94 value)
  • $21 for a one year subscription to National Geographic Kids (a $69.90 value)

The one year subscription to National Geographic Little Kids includes six issues for ages 3-6 years old.  The other subscription to National Geographic Kids includes ten issues for ages 6-14 years old.

There will be no additional charges for either option and no hidden fees because the tax and the cost of shipping is already included in this deal.  Additionally, you will have all the way up until February 23rd 2015 to activate this voucher to start the subscription.

Something like this would make a great gift idea for anyone that has kids.  When I was a teacher, I subscribed to the Kids magazine because they had so many teaching ideas as well so this deal would be great for teachers as well.

(Expiry: 3rd March 2013)

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July 3

Amazon Canada: 64% Off National Geographic Daypack – Now $71

Posted by on July 3, 2013 at 8:00 PM

Amazon Canada: 64% Off National Geographic Daypack   Now $71

Amazon Canada is offering 64% off the National Geographic Kontiki Daypack in Khaki. Originally $200, the pack is on sale for $71.28.

Amazon Canada really doesn’t give much information on this backpack, so I had to look it up on other websites. First off, I found that this backpack was only on sale at Amazon in Canada, and the couple other places I found it both had it listed for full price. I did find it on sale at a couple places in the US, but the prices were still higher than Amazon Canada’s price. Here are some of the bag’s features:

  • 18″H x 13″W x 7″D
  • Laptop compartment holds most laptops up to a 15.6-in. screen
  • Adjustable shoulder straps
  • Exterior: one office organizer & two side zip pockets
  • Interior: three divided sections & one computer sleeve
  • Antique brass hardware finish

The daypack comes with a manufacturer’s five year limited warranty. The bag is made from recycled polyester fabric (eco-friendly) and looks like a distressed cotton canvas. This is a great everyday pack by the well known National Geographic.

Get free shipping on all orders of $25 or more at Amazon Canada. That means the daypack ships for free.

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March 26

National Geographic: 50% Off The Complete National Geographic on DVD

Posted by on March 26, 2011 at 9:00 PM

National Geographic: 50% Off The Complete National Geographic on DVD

Originally $79.95 get the Complete National Geographic on 6 DVD-ROMs – Updated Edition for only $39.95. That is 50% off!

Duty is included with your shipping and you will not be charged any as it crosses the border.

Canadian Addresses: Shipments will arrive within two weeks via Canada Post with no additional duty charges. Please add $10.00 to the U.S. Standard Shipping Rate.

For the Complete National Geographic on DVD the shipping would be $7.95, plus the $10 for duty. So even with those charges you are paying only $57.90 for a DVD copy of every page of every issue the National Geographic ever released. That is amazing.

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