Canadian Tire Black Friday Starts Nov. 28 With Red Thursday: Up To 80% Off! (Flyers & Deals)

Canadian Tire Black Friday Starts Nov. 28 With Red Thursday: Up To 80% Off! (Flyers & Deals)


Kicking off with Red Thursday on November 28th 2013, Canadian Tire has finally released a preview of their upcoming Black Friday Sale. With up to 75% off available on tools, kitchen products, holiday decorations and more, keep reading to find out more or click the link below to see them all for yourself. Plus, on Thursday and Friday (Nov. 28-29) stores open as early as 7am!

Here are a couple of deals that stood out to me but there's loads more:

  • Mastercraft digital temperature gun was $99.99/ now $19.99 (80% off)
  • Stanley Fatmax 229 piece socket set was $399.99/ now $99.99 (75% off)
  • 14 Piece Japanese steel knife set was $249.99/ now $62.49 (75% off)
  • Energizer batteries was $18.99/ now $9.99 (45% off)
  • Tribute convertible car sear was $99.99/ now $54.99 (45% off)
  • KitchenAid Professional stand mixer was $599.99/ now $289.99 after mail-in rebate (40% off)
  • Gracious living totes (storage) was $2.49+/ now $1.74+ (30% off)
  • 12A Snowthrower was $249.99/ now $168.99 (47% off)

Quite frankly, all of the deals in the flyer are pretty awesome and are definitely worth a quick browse through to see if there is anything you or someone on your Christmas list needs. Here is the full Canadian Tire Black Friday 2013 flyer for your browsing pleasure:

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(Expiry: 1st December 2013)


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  • Roberta P.
    When I saw the advertising for "Red Thursday" I said to myself, great, Canadian Tire is smart enough to realize that "Black Friday" sales are insulting, even downright offensive, to Canadians--why are we having sales prompted by purely AMERICAN holidays?--and then I notice that Red Thursday is just a preview to your own Black Friday sale. Shame on you, Canadian Tire!
    • Frisco
      Because they want to keep canadians buying in Canada, it's good for the country, otherwise many people will go to the US for Black Friday, saving money doesn't offend anyone!