Tiger Direct Canada: $10 Off $50 Instant Discount (Expired)


Computers. PC and Mac accessories and software. Televisions. Yes, Tiger Direct is an electronics haven that tends to have some great deals at times. For example, today's deal is exceptionally hot for Tiger Direct customers - for a limited time, you get to save $10 off of any purchase of $50 or more! To take advantage of this deal, you'll need to use the link below.

By clicking the above link, you'll be able to save $10 off of your minimum $50 purchase.  After clicking the link, just enter your email into the appropriate field, and click Activate. A personalized link will then be sent to your email address, which only you can use (and yes, it just works once) - click on it, and start your shopping! Shipping costs will vary depending on the item that you're purchasing - you can learn more about Tiger Direct's shipping policies by clicking here.

I personally found Tiger Direct to be a reputable company that typically had their items well stocked (at least during my experiences with them). I found their prices to be very good for their desktop and laptop computers (especially several years ago), though other retail locations such as Best Buy, Future Shop, and even The Source have been able to catch up with them recently.

There are several useful ways that you can take advantage of this deal. If you're looking to upgrade your computer with some RAM, or want to get an external hard drive to back up your files, it would certainly be nice to save $10 off of your purchase. Either way, there are plenty of electronics that you can check out on Tiger Direct's website.

I haven't been to a Tiger Direct location in a while, since there's plenty of great deals on electronics elsewhere nowadays. However, I will be checking out their website today to try and take advantage of this promotion. Listed below is a review of Tiger Direct from a customer that posted it on Yelp:

Their website is one of the finest around - well organized, simple to understand and chock full of detail on the products, in contrast to, say, Future Shop or Best Buy's website.  The rule here seems to be that more information is better, so their product listings are completely exhaustive and thus quite useful in making buying decisions.

Check out this deal, and enjoy doing some thrifty weekend shopping! Have a great day, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 7th September 2014)

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