Wagjag Canada

May 21

WagJag Canada: $24 For 24 Packs of Pur Gum Plus Bonus Mints & Free Shipping

Posted by on May 21, 2015 at 3:00 PM

WagJag Canada: $24 For 24 Packs of Pur Gum Plus Bonus Mints & Free Shipping

This deal is very timely for me. Get 24 packs of Pur gum plus two packs of bonus mints with shipping included for only $24 at WagJag Canada.

Here’s why the deal is timely. My youngest son started kindergarten this year and turned from my very easygoing, fun and lovable child into a bit of a nightmare for his teachers. None of us could understand it, as he was the kid I put in his crib as a baby and he just went to sleep. He was the toddler who followed along wherever we went without a hassle or a typical toddler tantrum. In preschool he excelled and everyone loved him. Once kindergarten started, that all changed and he didn’t want to follow rules, continually struck out at his classmates and teachers and just sort of wanted to be left alone to play. Now, I do believe the high ratio of kids plus full-day everyday kindergarten somewhat contributed. But, once I delved further into it, we found out that taking his soother away just before kindergarten started threw him for a complete loop and he is looking for some oral stimulation.

It was recommended to us that he chew gum in class and that may just be the bit that will help him sit through circle time and stop talking and interrupting. But, I don’t like gum – almost every gum contains aspartame and I am always making sure my children never ingest the stuff. But, I don’t want to give them traditionally high-sugar gums because I worry about cavities. In comes Pur gum.

Pur gum is aspartame-free and is sweetened with Xylitol, which is a naturally occuring sugar substitute. While the minty flavours might not fully appeal to him, there are a few I know he will chew. I also think I could do some chewing to stave off my afternoon cravings for sugar. My husband will also I’m sure, steal a few packs as he is a huge gum chewer.

While you are considering this deal, you see that it is about $1 a pack for this gum. Comparing around, I see that Well.ca has this gum on sale for $18.69 for 12 packs. You’ll also have to pay for shipping on that one or get your total up. Aviva.ca sells one pack for $1.49.

Already, 580 people have taken advantage of this deal, which tells you this is a good saving. WagJag says the regular price is about $63 for this total package.

Photo credit: Vincent Garcia

(Expiry: 3rd June 2015)

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May 18

House and Home Magazine Subscription Was $33 | Now $16 @ Wagjag

Posted by on May 18, 2015 at 12:00 PM

House and Home Magazine Subscription Was $33 | Now $16 @ Wagjag

Wagjag is having a promotion that can save you a bundle on a two-year or one-year subscription to House and Home Magazine. A two-year (24 issues) subscription was $65.90 but is now only $25.  You can also purchase a one-year (12 issues) subscription originally priced $32.95 but now is only $16. Shipping is fully included with this deal.

Many of us have dreams of decorating and redecorating our homes in the same beautiful fashion that home designers do. House and Home magazine will provide you with lots of inspiration, tips and tricks from some of the top designers and renovators. Use the tips in this magazine to keep your home’s look fresh and chic throughout the year or to overhaul a room in your home from top to bottom. Between the glossy pages, you will find ideas to decorate your home, full home makeover features, entertaining tips and even a few recipes.

If you head over to House and Home’s website, you are able to subscribe directly from them to receive your copy. House and Home is currently charging $26.95 for a one-year subscription or $46.95 for a two-year subscription. Rogers Magazine Service is also offering yearly subscriptions of House & Home Magazine for $26.50 per year and only offers a one-year subscription. If you were to purchase this magazine from your local pharmacy or newsstand, it would cost you $5.99 per issue or $71.99 for a year’s worth of editions of this magazine. Over the course of two years, you would spend $143.98. If you are considering picking this magazine up more than once or twice from the newsstand, you may want to consider having it delivered to your door for much less.

While Wagjag does not have reviews available on their site, Roger’s Magazine Service does allow reviews. Over 417 people have reviewed this magazine and it still has a high rating of four and a half stars out of five. Here is one reviewer who feels that this magazine is a great value.

Great inspiration. Love the Source Guide so I can buy what I see here in Canada.

A second reviewer is anxiously awaiting their edition every month.

House and Home is a beautiful magazine with tons of photos and info every month. When it arrives I love to curl up and spend the day with it! There is always something that I can apply to my own home. A great read.

This deal does still have a little bit of time left before it expires. Right now, over 147 people have purchased the deal and it does state there are a limited number of subscriptions available. If you want to snag this deal, you may want to grab it before they sell out of subscriptions. I noticed those two-year subscriptions seem to be going much faster, which may end this deal soon.

(Image Credit: Boa-Franc)

(Expiry 21st May 2015)

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May 11

WagJag Canada: $20 For 3 Months of Sirius Satellite Radio, Onyx EZ Radio and Vehicle Kit (Worth $165)

Posted by on May 11, 2015 at 2:30 PM

WagJag Canada: $20 For 3 Months of Sirius Satellite Radio, Onyx EZ Radio and Vehicle Kit (Worth $165)

Getting sick of commercials or radio announcers? Why not take a stab at Sirius satellite radio? Right now WagJag has an offer you can’t refuse (even the Godfather would like it). Get an Onyx EZ radio with vehicle kit, plus a free 3-month trial of Sirius Radio for only $20. WagJag says this is a value of $165.

There is a bit of a catch to this deal. To get the deal you are going to have to sign up for Sirius Radio with your credit card, which means they will start charging you the regular price for a subscription once you three-month trial ends. But, if you want to cancel once you’ve tried it for two months and 29 days, you can do that.

I see on Sirius XM’s site that you can get the radio for $49.99 when you sign up for a subscription, but you don’t get any months free and you are locked in to that subscription. In this case, you are locked into nothing and can opt out (but you have to opt out if you don’t want it) and you’ll still have the radio, only having spent $20. There are different subscription options, starting at $14.99 a month or you can pay for a year for $164.89.

If you just wanted the radio because maybe you already have subscription, you’d pay $59.99 on sale at Costco. Best Buy sells the Onyx Plus for $99.99.

None of the three stores I’ve mentioned even come close to the price of this at WagJag.

You’ll basically get a voucher to redeem at Sirius XM for your radio and subscription and you can buy one for yourself and up to four as gifts. You’ll also have to pay shipping, but it doesn’t state how much that is and will depend on your location.

I’m really considering getting this deal just for the Pearl Jam Radio. I actually listen to Pearl Jam radio every single day on my computer and would love it for my car. You’d think that would be too much Pearl Jam, but for me, there is no such thing. I find that they play such a variety on that one station that I am never bored with it. I could also listen to the Oprah channel once I got the in-car radio.

(Expires: 25th May 2015)

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May 4

20 Issues Of HELLO! Canada Magazine + Royal Baby Edition Was $45 | Now $29 @ Wagjag

Posted by on May 4, 2015 at 4:06 PM

20 Issues Of HELLO! Canada Magazine + Royal Baby Edition Was $45 | Now $29 @ Wagjag

A royal baby has been born and the world is celebrating! HELLO! Canada magazine teamed up with Wagjag to offer you an amazing deal. Receive 20 issues of HELLO! Canada magazine plus receive a special Royal Baby Commemorative Edition. This bundle is valued at $45 but is selling right now for just $29 @ Wagjag. That puts your cost at only $1.45 per issue.

If you are not familiar with HELLO! Canada magazine already, now is the time to become friends. This magazine is full of celebrity news and tidbits. You will also get all the scoop on the new royal princess. The Globe and Mail officially announced her name:

Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge.

Princess Charlotte, such a dreamy name! With this subscription, you will get a special royal baby commemorative edition of HELLO! Canada featuring all the latest details and photos. How did Kate come out of that hospital ten hours after giving birth looking as if she stepped away from a spa vacation? I hope someone handed her an ice pack the second she was out of the public eye. When I was ten hours after giving birth, I was begging my husband to tell our friends not to visit us in the hospital because my lady bits were still on ice.

This is the perfect magazine to take with you when you lounge by the pool, hang in your backyard or on your beach vacation. I always prefer lighter reading for summertime lounging. Twenty issues should take you most of the way through the summer with plenty of good browsing material.

Price Comparison

If you go straight to the source, HELLO! Canada is selling their magazine for $1.99 per issue according to their website. If you buy straight from the magazine, you are forced to purchase a full year subscription of 53 issues. From reading the fine print, the cost actually varies by region. That puts the total cost at $105.47 for Ontario, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Labrador and Manitoba. If you are in Quebec or Nova Scotia, the cost is $121.26. Those in Prince Edward Island will pay $120.24. Any areas of Canada not specifically mentioned will be charged $110.74. Rogers Magazine Service will charge you $99.95 for a full year subscription to HELLO! Canada. Though they do not specify how many issues a year’s subscription is, I would suspect it is 53 issues also. That breaks down to costing you $1.89 per issue.

Reviews

Over at Rogers Magazine Service, you will find plenty of positive reviews on this magazine. The number is over 600 and counting! Here is a review from one reader who has been happy with the coverage of the new princess so far.

Love being able to keep up with the Royals. HELLO!  Canada has the most comprehensive coverage. Love all the photos. They are tastefully done and help me keep up with what’s happening in entertainment biz.

Order your copy of this magazine now! This deal very well may sell out long before the expiry folks, I see there have already been many purchases. Grab yours now and one for your mom for Mother’s Day too. Print out a picture of a HELLO! Canada magazine cover and slip it in your Mother’s Day card so mom knows that the surprise is on the way!

Image Credit: Blunt Card

(Expiry: 11th May 2015)

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April 27

WagJag Canada: $20 For $40 @ 1800 Flowers

Posted by on April 27, 2015 at 11:03 AM

WagJag Canada: $20 For $40 @ 1800 Flowers

With Mother’s Day coming up, flowers might be one of the first things on your mind. WagJag’s got a great deal on right now, where you can buy $40 worth of flowers from 1800Flowers, but pay only $20 for them, essentially getting yourself $20 off your purchase.

To be honest, every woman I know loves getting flowers. There were times when money was short and my husband bought me flowers and part of me felt like it was a waste of what little money we had, but the other part of me was so happy to be appreciated with a beautiful bouquet. I think generally most people don’t buy themselves flowers, but when you have a gorgeous bunch in your kitchen or living room or even on your desk at work, it does make you feel happier. This is not just because they look so pretty and smell so nice, but because you can think about the person who took the time to give them to you.

For all those moms out there who really have everything, flowers are a nice way to go. Usually you would spend quite a bit getting flowers delivered, but with this deal, you’ll save $20. Now, I do know there are shipping costs associated with 1800Flowers, but they are less than $20, so you can look at this way – you are saving the shipping, plus a little bit more. If you can’t be there to deliver, or you like the surprise of the doorbell ringing and your mom (or wife) getting flowers, then it is worth that extra charge.

The voucher will expire on June 30th, so this is ideally used for Mother’s Day or Father’s Day if your dad would appreciate flowers. But, you can use it for any upcoming event, like a birthday, wedding shower, anniversary, or whatever you choose by this date.

Just having a look around 1800Flowers website, I see flowers starting from just $29.99 and I’d love to get any of them. I love sunflowers and you can get 10 stems for $49.99, which will be $29.99 plus shipping with your voucher from WagJag.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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April 16

Schick Men’s Shaving Gift Pack Was $65 | Now $25 & Free Shipping @ Wagjag

Posted by on April 16, 2015 at 9:00 AM

Schick Men’s Shaving Gift Pack Was $65 | Now $25 & Free Shipping @ Wagjag

Get a nice clean, close shave today with the Schick Men’s Shaving Gift pack. This set retails for $65, but is now only $25. This deal also includes free shipping for this order.

My husband has sensitive skin and has tried almost every trick in the book to get a nice clean shave on this face. What he has found is both the shaving cream lather and the sharpness of the blade make all the difference for his face. This kit from Wagjag gives you both of those components and is a little bit of old school meets modern. You will receive a slick Schick Hydro 5 razor and a refill razor pack that gives you a total of five cartridges. Also included in this set is the Wilkinson Sword shaving soap and shaving brush. This combo will give you a richer, creamier lather than if you just squeezed some soap out of the can. For more details about why shaving brushes are amazing for a close shave, check out this article from Waremakers. Lastly, you will receive a three piece grooming set, which is a bonus little add on with nail clippers, trimmers and a nail file.

I took to the web to compare this kit. Well.ca has many of these items in this set individually. Here are the prices I found on the items in this kit.

That totals $49.56 for these items at Well.ca and does not include the cost of the 3 piece grooming set which they do not carry. Wagjag also factors in the price of shipping in the price comparison, which is free for orders over $25 at Well Canada.

At Walmart Canada here is the breakdown if you were to purchase the items in this kit.

Wagjag includes the cost of shipping in their price, which for this set at Walmart Canada is $4.95. If you could get all these items at Walmart Canada, the price would be closer to this gift set at $38.27. Unfortunately, the razor refills are out of stock and you would need to buy a bigger razor pack to have a comparable set. This price comparison also does not include the 3 piece grooming set, which Walmart also does not carry.

If you are unsure whether to grab this deal, consider the reviews on these razors. The Schick Hydro 5 razor has 730 reviews on Walmart Canada and still stands at four and a half stars. Here is one review:

Schick Men’s Shaving Gift Pack Was $65 | Now $25 & Free Shipping @ Wagjag

I would grab this deal now while it is still available. I can see on Wagjag that many people have already purchased this deal. You may want to get your kit before they go out of stock. This would be a nice little gift to stash away for Father’s Day, which is coming up in a few short months.

Image credit: Brian

(Expiry: 21st April 2015)

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April 3

(Save 50%) Canadian Gardening Magazine One Year Subscription Now Only $10 @ Wagjag

Posted by on April 3, 2015 at 2:00 PM

(Save 50%) Canadian Gardening Magazine One Year Subscription Now Only $10 @ Wagjag

Gardening season is coming soon and I cannot wait to get mine started. Get a jump-start on your garden with a subscription to Canadian Gardening magazine. Right now on Wagjag you can get a one year subscription for only $10 which is 50% off of what you would pay elsewhere. Shipping is included with this deal.

Ripe tomatoes, fresh herbs, crispy green beans and peas all sound delicious right now. I can hardly wait to be crunching them sitting in my backyard on a warm summer night. I never make a large garden, but I always plant some of my favourites.

Get some inspiration for your garden too and subscribe to Canadian Gardening magazine through this awesome deal through Wagjag. You will get a full year’s subscription, which includes six issues. With the subscription priced at only $10, you will pay only $1.67 per issue.

Between the pages you will find all kinds of helpful tips and tricks to start your garden and keep it going. Find out about the latest garden gear, learn how to grow your flowers and shrubs bigger, or consult the pages when you run into issues. I could have used a copy myself when squash bugs took over my zucchini last year. This would also make a great gift for Mother’s Day. A magazine subscription is a gift I always appreciate, and there is just something exciting about getting mail you are looking forward to.

I price compared this subscription around the web and here is what I found. Over on Canadian Garden’s website, you can subscribe for one-year for $19.95, which includes a free small tote. You could also subscribe through Rogers Magazine Service  where you will pay $19.95 for a one-year subscription. I am not sure exactly how much newsstand prices are, but according to Canadian Garden’s noted savings, issues would run you about $6.50 each on the newsstand or about $40 per year.

Over on Rogers Magazine Service many people are talking about this magazine. The magazine has 92 reviews and a four out of five star rating. Here is one reviewer who keeps coming back to this magazine:

This is a magazine you can keep to refer to for advice and suggestions time and again.

A second reviewer likes that the magazine has practical advice.

I really enjoy reading this magazine, not one of those “dream garden” references but actually includes tips and info for the “regular” gardener.

This deal will not last long, and they may run out of subscriptions before the expiry date. Right now over 250 people have picked up this sweet little deal. Grab your copy or a gift subscription before these magazines are gone.

Bargainmoosers, what do you grow in your garden?

(Expiry: 6th April 2015. Image Credit: fabonthemoon)

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March 29

WagJag Canada: Authentic Ray Ban Sunglasses Were $225 | Now $103 + Shipping

Posted by on March 29, 2015 at 10:25 AM

WagJag Canada: Authentic Ray Ban Sunglasses Were $225 | Now $103 + Shipping

Looking for a new pair of shades to have you looking hot through the summer? Look no further than WagJag’s deal on Ray Ban sunglasses. With a variety of sunglasses to choose from, they have them as low as $119. They’ve also got a coupon code – EXTRA10 – that will get you another 10% off.

My husband is notorious for losing his sunglasses. It drives me nuts, as I usually buy him really nice ones for gifts. Once he loses his glasses, he steals mine, which do look pretty funny on him, but then he stretches them out or loses them too. I’m considering getting this deal for him considering it is such a good price, but if he loses these, that’s it!

Like I mentioned, there is a coupon code for another 10% off. I noticed that it also came off the shipping cost, which is $8, which is a very nice bonus! While I think WagJag’s regular price is actually inflated, the sale price is still better than what I see elsewhere.

There are five models with different colours available:

  • Wayfarers in black or tortise – were $225.35, now $119, with coupon they come down to $114.30 including shipping. Ray-Ban sells these for $165. The U.S. Sunglass Hut sells them for $130.
  • Cockpit classic or aviator classic in green – were $228.26, now $129, with coupon they come down to $123.30 including shipping. Ray-Ban sells these for $250. Frames Direct sells them for $144.49.
  • Original Wayfarer Classic in black or men’s black – were $235, now $129, after coupon they come down to $123.30 including shipping.
  • Aviator gradient in light grey/silver or gold women’s – were $239.56, now $139, after coupon they come down to $132.30 including shipping.
  • Aviator flash in men’s blue flash, blue flash, green flash or orange flash – were $242.95, now $149, after coupon they come down to $141.30 including shipping.

I may just have to pick up a pair for myself too with all these different styles and colours available. You can actually pick up 10 pairs with this deal.

The sunglasses will arrive at your address around the middle or end of April, which is just in time for summer.

(Expiry: 4th April 2015)

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March 26

Nestle Hot Chocolate Variety Pack (72 Sachets) Was $52 | Now $19 + $7 Shipping @ WagJag Canada

Posted by on March 26, 2015 at 2:00 PM

Nestle Hot Chocolate Variety Pack (72 Sachets) Was $52 | Now $19 + $7 Shipping @ WagJag Canada

Even though Summer is on the way, the nights can still be pretty cool. If you are still in the mood to cuddle up with a favourite movie and a hot chocolate before bed each night, then this is the deal for you. WagJag Canada has a great offer on the Nestle Hot Chocolate Variety Packs for hot chocolate lovers like myself. While quantities last you can pay just $19 for 2 Nestle Hot Chocolate Variety Packs. Each pack contains 36 sachets and you would normally pay $52.18 for this pair.

Whether you want to cuddle up with a hot cocoa and a good movie, or play board games with the family – hot chocolate is always welcome. I drink at least one hot chocolate a day, so getting savings like this is great. The Nestle Hot Chocolate Variety Packs contain delicious flavours like Aero, Rolo, Coffee Crisp and After Eight. This might be a better way to enjoy the flavour of your favourite chocolate bar. You will get two boxes of the Nestle Hot Chocolate Variety Packs for just $19. Since there will be 72 sachets of hot chocolate in total, that leaves you paying just 26 cents per hot chocolate! That is much cheaper than enjoying a hot chocolate from a Keurig or Tassimo machine.

I also find that making the hot chocolate from a can or sachet doesn’t have that metal taste like it does coming from a Keurig or Tassimo brewer. Maybe the sachets don’t contain as much aspartame or preservatives. These Nestle Carnation hot chocolates have to be my favourite out of any other hot chocolate brand anyway. I usually fill my mug with 3 heaping teaspoons of the hot chocolate (or one sachet) and then stir in a little milk. Once the hot chocolate is like a paste, I add the boiling water. This makes for some absolutely delicious hot chocolate froth.

There are some fine print details with this WagJag offer though. The product will not ship until after the deal closes, so you can expect for your purchase to arrive around April 8th. There is also an additional $7 shipping fee, and this offer cannot be delivered to PO boxes. You can purchase as many of this offer as you like, but each one will acquire a $7 shipping charge. The hot chocolate itself will expire on the 31st of July 2015.

(Expiry: 8th April 2015)

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March 19

$20 for 2 Tickets To The National Home Show & Canada Blooms Garden Festival ($40 Value) @ WagJag.com (EXPIRED)

Posted by on March 19, 2015 at 8:35 PM

$20 for 2 Tickets To The National Home Show & Canada Blooms Garden Festival ($40 Value) @ WagJag.com (EXPIRED)

While we don’t usually blog about such location specific deals, this show is quite popular. You won’t want to miss this opportunity from WagJag Canada to get 2 tickets to The National Home Show & Canada Blooms at the Direct Energy Centre for just $20. These tickets would normally cost you $40, so you are saving 50%.  This show runs until the 22nd of March, so make sure you are available to get to Toronto in that time frame before purchasing the offer.

This is your chance to get a pair of tickets for you and a friend or loved one to go see the National Home and Canada Blooms Shows for one day at the Direct Energy Centre. Instead of paying the regular value of $40, you can pay just $20. The National Home and Canada Blooms Show features Colin and Justin as well as other featured celebrity guests.

There are over 650 exhibitors expected, so you definitely will get your money’s worth out of these tickets. There are lots of contests, tips and more – including onsite experts. You will be well on your way to decorating your home like the pros after this show. This show comes every year, so don’t miss this years exhibitors and celebrities. You may even get some free swag at this show like key chains, tote bags and more. These sort of events usually have lots of swag. This offer has already been purchased 2,240 times, so make sure you get one of the remaining 300 tickets.

There are many things to learn at The National Home and Canada Blooms Shows. You can get information on interior decor, gardening, electronics, construction, windows, kitchen & bath, and so much more. Remember that parking at the Direct Energy Centre at the Ex may also be costly. The Direct Energy Centre is located at 100 Princes’ Boulevard in Toronto. So make sure you have the means to get there before purchasing the tickets.

You can use these tickets anytime between now and the 22nd of March, which only gives you a few days left. The weather is supposed to be beautiful this weekend if you are wanting to hop on a train or subway to get to this show. This is America’s largest home and garden show, so don’t miss it.

(Expiry: 22nd March 2015)

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March 13

53% off Milk Bone Brushing Chews Value Pack: Was $32 | Now $15 & Free Shipping @ Wagjag.ca

Posted by on March 13, 2015 at 10:06 AM

53% off Milk Bone Brushing Chews Value Pack: Was $32 | Now $15 & Free Shipping @ Wagjag.ca

Treat your doggie for National Pet Day to clean teeth. Right now at Wagjag you can purchase a value pack of Milk Bone Brushing Chews. This includes four 156 gram boxes, and includes 56 chews per box. This pack is valued at $32, but is on sale for $15 and includes free shipping.

These Milk Bone Brushing Chews are a hard dog chew with a shape designed to help reduce tarter build up and plaque on your dog’s teeth. These chews help get down close to your dog’s gum line and clean the back teeth. Use of these chews will help your dog have a cleaner mouth and reduce halitosis. These chews are fortified with 12 vitamins and minerals and are backed by the Veterinary Oral Health Council Seal of Acceptance.

This deal is a tricky one folks, as there are two dog chew Wagjag deals available. The first offers two 156 gram boxes of Milk Bone Brushing Chews (28 chews) for $9 and the second offering four 156 gram boxes of Milk Bone Brushing Chews (56 chews) for $15. While the two-pack deal is an OK deal for these chews, the four-pack deal is by far the better deal.

I did some price checking and Walmart.ca offers single 146 gram boxes of these chews for $4.77 per box, which is the same weight as the box from Wagjag. Walmart does not mention how many treats are in the box. Both companies offer free shipping, so if you were to buy four boxes of these at Walmart it would cost you $19.08 compared to the Wagjag deal. It is a much better deal to pick up the value pack at Wagjag. If you were to compare the smaller two-box deal, you would pay $9.54 for two boxes of chews at Walmart, with not as much difference in price. Both companies offer free shipping, so the Wagjag value box is the best offer.

Over on Walmart’s website one person has reviewed these chews. This pet owner seems happy with this product.

These treats are awesome! My poodle loves them and he is a picker eater. They actually clean the teeth with a nice breath. I’ll keep buying them.

I would follow the crowd with deal. Right now looking at the deal, over 500 people have bought the value pack, but less than 100 have picked up the smaller pack. Even though there are multiple days left on this deal, the deal has been popular already and could easily sell out. Grab your chews before they are gone.

Image Credit: Eric Kornblum

(Expiry: 25th March 2015)

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March 1

Wagjag: 6-pk Maybelline Great Lash Mascara ($52 Value) – Just $19

Posted by on March 1, 2015 at 6:00 PM

Wagjag: 6 pk Maybelline Great Lash Mascara ($52 Value)    Just $19

Ladies, do you ever leave the house without mascara? I sure don’t and since I go through tubes like there is no tomorrow, here’s a lovely deal I found at WagJag: right now, you can get a pack of 6 Maybelline Great Lash mascaras for just $19, which comes down to just $3.17 per tube! You can choose between very black or brownish black.

I have a real issue with mascara. I tend to apply it, apply it and then apply it some more, all the while getting it all over my eyelids. I’m sure it’s not necessary at all to do it this much but to me it feels like, the more I put on, the longer they get, but the problem with this method is that I go through a lot more tubes than I should.

In any case, did you know that you should get rid of your mascara every three months anyways because of the accumulation of bacteria? Seeing as to how each tube of mascara usually retails for upwards of $6, sometimes even $10 depending on the brand you get, this WagJag deal is definitely well worth redeeming.

In fact, our very own Anna had this to say about this mascara:

I’ve used many types of mascara over the years and in my memory, one of the best performers was the Maybelline Great Lash. I haven’t actually used it in a few years, as I have been gifted other brands for birthdays and Christmases. But from what I recall, it was a really great consistency, and it never clumped up on the brush or on the eyelashes. It was easy to apply, looked great, and easy to remove too. I personally recommend this mascara!

Oddly enough, certain other HealthSnap offers on WagJag, like the 4 Essie nail polish for $19 deal that Eva wrote about recently, also come with a processing fee but this one shouldn’t, especially since the fine print specifies the following: “tax and processing fee charged on merchant’s website“.

At Walmart, the Maybelline Great Lash mascara is currently on rollback for either $3.56 or $4.96 depending on the shade of black that you get. That’s still more expensive than WagJag’s deal and for all you brown lovers out there, the brown is completely sold out, whereas it’s available at WagJag.

Shipping is free but if you want to get your order quicker, you can choose to pick it up at select Health Snap stores instead.

(Expiry: 8th April 2015)

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February 26

WagJag Canada: $15 For $30 Towards Lindt Chocolates

Posted by on February 26, 2015 at 12:58 PM

WagJag Canada: $15 For $30 Towards Lindt Chocolates

Easter is just around the corner, have you started your chocolate shopping? Why not make it a little easier on the Easter Bunny’s wallet this year with this offer from WagJag Canada. While supplies last, you can pay just $15 for $30 worth of Lindt Chocolates. This voucher can be used at one of the 17 different Lindt Chocolate Boutiques locations across Canada.

Lindt Chocolates are recognized allover the world as being a delicious treat. They carry many Swiss chocolate products like chocolate bars, truffles, pralines and so much more. This is the perfect time to stock up on chocolate, especially with the combination of this WagJag Canada deal and Easter being just around the corner. Right now you can pay just $15 to get a $30 voucher to use at one of the Lindt Chocolate Boutiques across Canada. You can even use this voucher towards the purchase of sale items, except the 100 count Bulk Lindor promotions.

There are 17 different Lindt Chocolate Boutiques so before making this purchase make sure you have one close to you. You will have to select the location you desire at the check out process. While Ontario has the largest selection of location options, there are Lindt Chocolate Boutique locations in Ontario, Nova Scotia, Manitoba, British Columbia, and Alberta.

As I added this WagJag Canada offer to my cart, I started to day dream about the taste of the Lindor Truffles. I can not get enough of their delicious chocolate shell with the smooth centre. I always look forward to the time of year when Swiss Chalet gives the three free Lindt chocolates with your meal. I try to make trades with my family so I can have their white chocolate truffles. Which flavour is your favourite?

Personally, Lindt Chocolate Boutiques are one of my favourite places to shop. I love chocolate. By love, I mean love. Also, their chocolates are all beautifully wrapped. Sometimes if you are lucky, they even have free chocolate samples to try in stores. I do a lot of Christmas shopping at my local Lindt Chocolate Boutique, but I am not sure if I buy more for myself or my family members. There is a catch to this WagJag offer though.

First, this Lindt Chocolate Boutique voucher will expire on the 26th of March, 2015 so make sure you don’t miss your opportunity. The voucher will become void after the expiry date, however, the Manitoba and Alberta locations will still honour the value after expiry. You have to use the entirety of the voucher in one visit, which won’t be hard to do. You will also be limited to 1 voucher per person, but you may purchase an additional voucher as a gift.

(Expiry: 11th March 2015)

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February 18

WagJag Canada: $19 For 4 Essie Nail Polishes & Free Shipping

Posted by on February 18, 2015 at 3:30 PM

WagJag Canada: $19 For 4 Essie Nail Polishes & Free Shipping

WagJag’s got a great deal on right now that will delight the fashionista and the philanthropist in you. Buy four Essie nail polishes for $19 and get free shipping, which is a $48 value, and all of the proceeds will go to the Because I am a Girl initiative.

With this deal you’ll get four Essie nail polishes with your choice out of 40 colours. You’ll have to redeem the deal at HealthSnap and the deal will also include free shipping from them. You could also opt to pick up from your local pharmacy, but why would you if it gets shipped to your house free? Usually HealthSnap offers free shipping at $50, so this is a bonus with this deal.

Each nail polish sells for $9.99 on their site, so I’m assuming the extra $8 quoted in the $48 value is the shipping you are saving. Essentially then, you are getting two nail polishes and shipping free.

Shopping around, Walmart sells Essie for $8.96 a bottle. Nail Polish Canada sells them for $7.95 each, or a 4-pack of selected colours for $30. Well.ca sells them for $10 a bottle. As you can see, WagJag’s deal is the best one, saving you about $16-20 over the competitor’s prices.

With Mother’s Day sort of coming up, this might be a gift you can get early, or you can obviously keep it all to yourself. Most women appreciate a gift of nail polish because I think a lot of us wear it. I don’t wear it on my fingers but I do always wear it on my toes. It is my pet peeve not to have colour on my toes because I think the plain toenail look looks kind of sick.

I love that this deal also gives 100% of net proceeds to the Because I am a Girl initiative. Through Plan Canada, this donation helps girls go to school in developing countries. You might want to get a couple of these deals (two maximum), just to help out as much as you can.

Also note that HealthSnap will charge a $2 tax and processing fee at checkout after you enter your voucher.

(Expiry: 15th March 2015)

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February 10

Family Day Fun Ideas in Ontario From WagJag & Groupon

Posted by on February 10, 2015 at 3:30 PM

Family Day Fun Ideas in Ontario From WagJag & Groupon

Family Day is next Monday for most provinces that celebrate it. You might already be stressing out about what you are going to do with the kids for a 3-day weekend in February. I know I am! Give me a 3-day weekend in July and I have too many choices. In February, hibernating is what I’d just love to do. But, I know my kids need stimulation, more than movie marathons and board games, so I decided to research what discounted ideas I could do for the weekend. WagJag and Groupon are great places to get vouchers for local activities and I found a ton that I think the Moosers will love!

I live near Toronto, so I looked there first and found quite a few family-friendly ideas for this weekend. It looks like there is a family fun fest at Downsview Park. I’ve actually never been there, but I want to check it out since my mom lived there for years when it was an Air Force base! I think this will be dreadfully full of kids and loudness and rides and my kids will absolutely love it. I’ll just have to bring Advil. For only $40, you get two adults and two kids unlimited rides, plus other fun goodies. The package is actually worth $100 if you buy it from the Family Day Fest website.

If your kids love hockey, you could check out your kids to see the Toronto Marlies at the ACC on Family Day. The tickets cost $28 for platinum seats (regularly $45), $20 for goal line seats ($26 value) and $15 for end tickets ($19 value).

If you want to do something Saturday or Monday, you could head up to Niagara Falls to take them to Waves Indoor Waterpark. I’ve been there and it is a fun way to spend a day, especially for the little ones. With a regular price of $30, you’ll get a pass per person for only $15.

Over at Groupon, I found a fun snowshoe tour with hot drinks from Xtreme Adventures. This package is regularly $59, but Groupon also has a coupon code out right now, that will get you extra 20% off. Use LOVE20 (expired) to pay $23.20 instead of $29. That’s a great deal!

How about a Toronto Chocolate tour? I’m in for that! Pay $80 (minus the coupon), with a total of $64 for four people to do the tour, which is actually worth $200 regularly!

What are you doing this weekend?

Photo credit: M Hooper

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