Chapters Canada: 10% Off Everything Online, 25% off $50 in-store (Friends & Family)

For the next few days, Chapters is having a really special event online, one that we don't often see. With this Chapters coupon, you can actually get a 10% discount on almost anything on their website!

Click here to use the Chapters coupon code online now

[blogcoupon name="Chapters" code="FRIENDS" url="" discount="10% discount" expiry="18th November 2012"]

Terms: Does not apply towards the purchase of eReaders, eBooks, giftcards, electronics, video games and consoles and used books. Loyalty members receive an additional discount off books of up to 5%.  No cash redemption value and non-refundable. We reserve the right to change or end this offer at any time without notice. Indigo, Chapters, Coles and irewards are trademarks of Indigo Books & Music Inc.

Or, for the in-store shoppers, you can get yourself a printable coupon for a 25% discount on a spend of $50 or more.

Depending on how much you are spending online, you should work out which coupon code is best for you to use - because the $5 off $30 coupon code for November is still active (you can find it in our coupon section). Here's the breakdown of the optimum spending amounts:

  • Spend up to $30 - use the 10% coupon code
  • Spend between $30 and $50 - use the $5 off $30 Chapters coupon
  • Spend more than $50 - use the 10% coupon code

This will enable you to maximise your discounts.

For those of you who are already in the holiday mood and shopping for Christmas gifts, this would be a good opportunity to have a look round the Chapters site for gifts, so you can purchase from the comfort of your own home.

The online Chapters coupon code even applies to items in the sale section. I tested it out on this Coola Fresh Relief Face Serum for $47.60, and the price dropped to $42.84. And the 5 days 5 toy brands is still running - today, Lego is on sale. The 10% Chapters coupon code even works on this offer too.

Remember, if you're ordering online, you will get instant free shipping when you spend $25 or more. Nice!

1 comment

  • Shelly
    Thanks for another great tip. I have been putting off buying some of my Christmas gifts. I always get my kids books and get a book to put in with my mother-in-laws gift. She loves to read too. Got a feeling I will be spending over $50. LOL

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