The Best Amazon Canada Deals: Week of March 18
Looking for the best Amazon Canada deals? You're in the right place! Every single day, we search their site for all the latest and greatest sales, and we post the ones you absolutely won't want to miss right here.
But first, there are a few things you should know about shopping on Amazon Canada. They often have some of the best prices out there, but you need to know where (and when) to look – and that's where we come in.
Amazon.ca often holds massive one-day flash sales, like their Innovation Day and Kitchen Day events, where you can score some pretty incredible deals on some of their bestsellers.
If you're just looking for bargains on a normal day, I'd head to the Amazon Deals Store first. That's where you'll find ongoing sales, as well as flash deals that run for one day only.
Deal of the Day for March 21, 2019
Here's what Amazon Canada has on sale today:
- Game of Thrones: Seasons 1 to 7 on sale from $84.99
Best Electronics Deals on Amazon.ca
It's no secret that Amazon.ca usually has some of the best prices on electronics in Canada, and they also have a pretty big selection – including their own Amazon Echo, Fire TV Stick and more. To help you narrow things down, here's our list of their electronics deals you can't miss this week:
- Amazon Echo Plus with Smart Home Hub $169.99 (was $199.99)
- Canon PIXMA Photo All-in-One Inkjet Printer $47.99 (was $79.99)
- Anker Soundcore Spirit Sports Earbuds $45.99 (was $55.99)
Best Kitchen Deals on Amazon.ca
Most of the shopping I do on Amazon.ca is for my kitchen, and if you're in the same boat, this is the place for you. We check every week to round up their best deals on small kitchen appliances (including the Instant Pot), baking supplies and dishes, and here they are:
- Hario V60 Ceramic Coffee Dripper $27.75 (was $32.50)
- VicTsing Essential Oil Diffuser $39.99 (was $49.99)
- Cottonelle Ultra ComfortCare Toilet Paper 24 Double Rolls $12.97 (was $13.99)
Best Toy Deals on Amazon.ca
Parents, I bet we can all agree on one thing: toys can be expensive. That's why we scour Amazon.ca at least once a week to find (1) the absolute best toys for (2) the lowest prices out there, from LEGO sets and LOL Surprise dolls to board games. Here are all the gems we found this week:
- Elenco Snap Circuits Jr. SC-100 $34.04 (was $46)
- LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V $118.98 (was $149.99)
- LOL Surprise Pearl Surprise $25.99 (was $38.99)
More ways to save at Amazon.ca
There are plenty of ways to score free stuff on Amazon.ca, but there are also all kinds of tips and tricks for scoring deals on things you're looking to buy, too. After trying a few of them out, here are some of our favourite ways to save money on their site.
Check out the Lightning Deals: Every day, Amazon Canada posts new Lightning Deals that are only available for very short windows of time. They're often up for just a few hours, and the best ones sell out quickly – sometimes within just a few minutes. So it's a good idea to check for them often and act fast if you see something you want to buy.
Use Amazon Coupons: If you have an Amazon Canada account, you have access to all kinds of coupons! Just head to the Amazon Coupons page and check them out. They can usually save you at least a few dollars on things you're probably going to buy anyway (like snacks, diapers and laundry detergent). Some coupons are reserved for Amazon Prime members, so make sure you're signed in and using a valid Prime account if you want to redeem 'em!
Sign up for subscriptions: Amazon.ca gives you the option to Subscribe & Save on all kinds of different household items. So how does it work? You choose your products and a shipping frequency to set up regular scheduled deliveries. When you do, you can save up to 15%, compared to the prices you'd pay buying items individually every month or so. You can cancel at any time, so it's worth checking out even once to see how things go for you.