I came across this excellent deal quite by accident! My Mom has recently discovered a love of colouring, and so while searching for a new adult colouring book for her, I found this deal. This awesome Color & Frame Seaside theme colouring book is on for only $3.19! Less than half price. If you love colouring too, this is a great price for a highly rated book. Now I hope Mom doesn’t read this post and discover too soon what’ll be in her next care package. Hahaha
As always, keep in mind that Amazon sale prices can change very quickly! This sale price was current at time of writing, but can change at any time.
Woohoo! It is early Monday morning and that means it is just the right time for another one of our famous Diaper Deals posts! Have your rejuvenating cup of coffee at hand? Me too! So, let’s go find the best bargains to be had on diapers across Canada this week. Mainly, we find all the sale prices on Pampers and Huggies diapers, since they are still – by far – the most popular diaper brands across the country.
Diaper Deals and Sales at Amazon this Week
If you prefer to shop all cozy and safe at home, then these Amazon diaper deals this week should be very helpful to you. Please note that Amazon prices are current at time of writing, but can change at any time. Click through to see the most current prices, and to find the right size of diapers for your baby.
Also I saw a sale on a3-pack of Diaper Genie refills. I’m pretty sure that many of you use a Diaper Genie to throw away dirty diapers, and keep your place smelling clean. At Amazon right now these are on for $19.97, and these are the Max Fresh Clean Laundry variety. This works out to $6.57 per roll of refill bags. Walmart has these on sale for $19.97 this week too, so this might be an instance of Amazon price matching a major retailer’s price.
Diaper Sales and Deals this Week at Walmart
Prefer shopping at Walmart? Then these deals will help you prepare to do your shopping there, including diapers. Remember that online shopping is super easy at Walmart too – you can place your order online and then simply pick your groceries up OR have them delivered.
Unusually, this week Walmart didn’t have prices for Huggies or Pampers diapers listed in their flyer. SO…I’ll show the diapers they do have on sale this week, along with Pampers baby wipes which they have on sale.
Rascal and Friends diapers or training pants (Potty training diapers) – Super jumbo box $29.97 each
Pampers baby wipes in the 9x or 10x mega packs (504-720 wipes in each container) Buy 2 for $30 ($15 each.) Or, $19.97 each. If you can, it’s a good time to stock up on baby wipes!
Diaper Deals at Superstore this Week (Real Canadian Superstore)
Shop at Superstore? Then there are deals for you too! Here are the best diaper deals at Superstore this week…
Huggies Pull UPS or Pampers Easy Ups training diapers (86-112 in each pack – about a one month supply) $29.97
Pampers, Pampers Pure, Huggies or Huggies Special Delivery (regular size packs) – $19.98 each
Pampers or Huggies baby wipes – in the extra large packs $15.00 each (This is a good deal! Rather than having to buy 2 to get that special price at Walmart, this is the same price and you’ll only have to buy 1 at a time.)
Shoppers Drug Mart Diaper deals
This week Shoppers has the super boxed Huggies diapers on for $22.99. I couldn’t find a Pampers diapers price there this week, so it must be on for regular price. But, you can always use some of your supply of PC Optimum points to bring that price down! (10 000 points equals $10 off.)
Diapers this Week – Conclusion
This week it looks like Amazon has some pretty good deals going on, and so did Superstore. It looks like a great week to stock up on Pampers or Huggies baby wipes, too. Do you have any money saving tips on how to get diapers for cheap? Please let us know your tips and hints.
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Hey everyone, we’re back with some more helpful customer service information to a very popular retailer: Urban Outfitters. If you need to contact customer service due to an issue with an order, a return, or any other issue regarding something you’ve purchased at Urban Outfitters, then we have all the info you’ll need.
Urban Outfitters Online Chat
Prefer to type rather than talk on the phone? Then, this handy link to Urban Outfitters’ online chatwill be just the right option for you! (All introverts rejoice! And I can say that, because I am absolutely an introvert.)
Urban Outfitters Customer Service Phone number
And if you’re the type who likes to talk on the phone, then call Urban outfitters for help with your order at 1-800-282-2200. This line is available and open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. So even if you’re up in the middle of the night, you’ll still be able to get through to a customer service agent and get some help.
Urban Outfitters Conclusion – Help with Customer Service
There, we have you covered you guys. You’ll be able to get help with your order, no matter whether you prefer to talk or type to receive that help. (Also some handy information on ordering online at Urban Outfitters – shipping is only $9.95 and returns cost $5.) Happy shopping everyone!
Hello everyone! We’re here to tell you all of the dates for 2021 that you’ll be receiving both your Canada Pension plan payments and Old Age security payments. (CPP and OAS.) This information can be very helpful in helping you to plan ahead, and to budget. So, with that in mind we will provide you with every date in 2021 that you’ll be receiving these payments. You can bookmark this page to come back and check each month OR, simply mark all of the dates on your calendar at home.
According to the Government of Canada website, your CPP payment includes the retirement pension and disability, children’s and survivor benefits. The Old Age Security payments include OAS itself, Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS), allowance and allowance for survivor.
Payments of both Old Age Security and Canada Pension Plan are made on the same dates each month.
By setting up direct deposit, these payments will be deposited right into your selected bank account on the dates indicated below. Otherwise, you will receive cheques in the mail.
CPP and OAS Payment Date for January 2021
This month’s payment date is January 27, 2021.
CPP and OAS Payment Date for February 2021
For February, the payment date is February 24, 2021.
CPP and OAS Payment Date for March 2021
March 29, 2021 is the payment date for March.
CPP and OAS Payment Date for April 2021
This payment date will be April 28, 2021.
CPP and OAS Payment Date for May 2021
May 27, 2021 is the date of payment.
CPP and OAS Payment Date for June 2021
This month you’ll be paid on June 28, 2021.
CPP and OAS Payment Date for July 2021
July 28, 2021 is the date for this month of 2021.
CPP and OAS Payment Date for August 2021
This time, it’s August 27, 2021 that your payments will arrive on.
CPP and OAS Payment Date for September 2021
September 28, 2021 is when your payment will arrive in either your mailbox, or directly into your bank account.
CPP and OAS Payment Date for October 2021
October 27, 2021 is the date of payment this time around.
CPP and OAS Payment Date for November 2021
This time you’ll get paid on November 26, 2021.
CPP and OAS Payment Date for December 2021
And for the last month of the year, you’ll receive your OAS and/or CPP payment on December 22, 2021.
We hope this information will prove helpful to you throughout the year! It truly helps to be able to plan ahead, and know when your payments will arrive to you.
Hey everyone! It’s time for another one of our mega posts which detail all the lovely deals and special PC Optimum points on offer this week at one of our very favourite retailers – Shoppers Drug Mart. Are you ready to load up on points? I thought you might be! Let’s go…
Remember – 10,000 points equals $10 of free stuff
This week’s flyer and deals are in effect from Saturday, February 20, 2021 to February 26, 2021.
Seniors BONUS DAY – February 25, 2021 (Next Seniors Day at Shoppers)
Yay, it’s a seniors Bonus Day coming up! On Thursday, February 25, 2021 you can save 20% on almost all regularly priced merchandise AND Get 10,000 Optimum points when you spend $50 or more on almost anything in store. Yes! That’s a $10 value for free. Remember that you must have either your PC Optimum card or your PC Optimum app available to scan at the checkout in order to get your bonus points.
PC Points on App Store and itunes gift cards
A cool special bonus points offer this week on some very popular gift cards. For every $25 spent on App Store and iTunes gift cards you’ll receive 2,500 points.
PC Optimum points on Baby Stuff – formula and diapers
Good Start powder (1020 gram size) OR concentrate (18 bottles) OR ready to feed formula (16 bottles) – $42.99 each and get 2500 points back
PC Optimum Points on Beauty and Luxury Beauty this week
Aveeno body lotion (532 ml size), Neutrogena rapid tone repair facial moisturizers or Duo wipes – Buy 2 get 4000 points
Avene Tolerance Extreme skin care set – Get 5000 points
Vichy Liftactiv skin care products – Buy 2 get 10,000 points
Vichy Mineral 89 skin care products – Buy 2 get 8000 points
PC Optimum bonus points on Health Products and Vitamins
Life brand compression socks and hoisery OR pill storage containers – Get 10x the points
Life brand CoQ10, odourless garlic pills OR women’s formula products (such as collagen pills) Buy 2 get 5000 points
Life Brand Omega-3, glucosamine joint care products OR Probiotics – Buy 2 get 7500 points
PC Optimum bonus points on Cleaners, Detergent and Household Products
Bounce Sheets (200’s) OR Tide Pods (23’s to 31’s) OR Tide laundry detergent (2.04 liter to 2.2 liter size) $11.99 each and 1000 points on each
Swiffer duster kit or refills (20 to 24 in each refill pack) $10.99 each and 1000 points
PC Optimum points on Pet Food and Treats
Friskies poultry lovers OR Ocean Delights wet cat food, packs of 12 $8.99 each – Get 1000 points each
Conclusion on Shoppers deals this week
There we have it! Loads of excellent bonus offers, particularly lots on both beauty and luxury beauty products. And it was nice to see a bonus points offer on baby formula too. Happy and safe shopping to you, and we hope you load up on points this week.
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It’s Monday! And that means it is time for another one of our famous diaper deals posts! It sort of makes sense – Mondays can be stinky, and diapers can be stinky. (Can be? Wow, am I ever optimistic today.) So, Mondays are a perfect time to decide where you’ll be stocking up on diapers this week.
Diaper Sales on Amazon this week (Amazon.ca)
Amazon often seems to match prices of other retailers. Plus, it can be the easiest way to order diapers online for your little one – and you’ll not even need to leave the house! That was just convenient before, but now it also is the safest option of all. Please note that Amazon prices can change at any time. Prices were current at time of writing.
Pampers Swaddlers – Newborn/size 0 – large 84 pack – $23.55 or $0.28 per diaper. Pampers Swaddlers are the #1 brand recommended by Pediatricians and doctors. Swaddlers are specially designed to allow air flow through the diaper, keeping baby’s skin dry and clean.
Huggies Overnites diapers/sleep diapers– Size 6 – $26.97 or $0.56 each. (The prices for diapers and overnight sleeping diapers go up a lot as the diaper sizes go up.) Super comfy overnight diapers that feel as soft as pajamas.
Diaper Deals and Sales at Superstore this Week
Superstore has either the Pampers or Huggies super big pack of diapers on sale for $19.98. But remember to use yourPC Optimum points you’ve collected to get that price down even further. In fact, for every 10,000 points you get $10 free – so you could get free diapers easily!
Huggies Pull Ups (56’s to 74’s) $22.98
Huggies Goodnites (34 or 44 diapers in each pack) $22.98 each
Pampers Easy-Ups (56 to 74 in each pack) $22.98
Pampers Ninjamas (34 or 44 diapers in each pack) $22.98
And we can’t forget about the wipes! Baby needs to get cleaned up after a diaper change, after all.
Huggies, Pampers or Hello Bello baby wipes on sale this week for $6.98 each. Pack sizes vary from 168-216 in each package.
Walmart Diaper Sales and Deals this Week
Huggies Superpack Pull-ups – Save $5 this week – Now $24.97
Pampers Superpack Easy Ups – Save $5 this week – Now $24.97
Largest pack of Pampers diapers – Pampers Baby-Dry Ultra diapers – Save $5 this week, now $39.97
Natural Diapers in Canada – Well.ca organic diapers
If you’re looking for a different type of diaper altogether, then we’ve found some of the best deals on natural, organic diapers at Well.ca. We partner with Well.ca because we not only love the products they carry, but we like their customer service AND their reliability. They have a range of diapers that are all-natural. Shipping FREE on orders over $35. Here are some of the deals this week:
NEST Natural Plant based diapers – Free of harmful chemicals and allergens. Made entirely with plantbased materials. Compostable, which is awesome! Comes in a wide range of sizes to suit your baby’s current needs. Current price $16.49
Honest Company Diapers – Made with naturally derived and plant based materials. A large pack of 44 diapers, and comes in the full range of sizes. The type we chose has a cute pattern of little trains on it, but there are other patterns to choose from too. Naturally derived plant based odour inhibitors keep baby smelling fresh and clean!
Diapers on Sale in Canada this Week
There you have it! We found the best deals that some of the largest retailers in Canada are currently running, including Amazon, Walmart and Superstore. Where is your favourite place to buy diapers? Do you ever buy diapers online? And what is your best hint or trick to save money on diapers? Let us know!
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There is no denying it – what we spend on food can cost us a huge portion of our income. And, with prices of food seemingly going up continuously, we all are looking for ways to save on our weekly grocery bills. Here are our top 10 ways to save on groceries starting today.
1. Change Supermarkets or Grocery stores
I know, you’ve shopped at your favourite store forever and so did your Mama and your grandmother. Maybe the store you shop at is very comfortable for you – you know where everything is located, and you even know the names of your favourite cashiers! I get it. But, changing to a lower-cost supermarket can save you immense amounts of money. Stores like Walmart and No-Frills are much lower cost than high-end grocery stores.
2. Shop at multiple grocery stores
Instead of hitting up only one store every week, make a detailed list of the best sales (or loss leaders) at every store, and stock up on those. This one tip alone will save you a huge amount of money!
3. Search grocery flyers or flyer apps before you head out
Apps like Flipphave made browsing through grocery flyers a way easier task! You can even create a shopping list of all the specials at each store, and then access that list easily on your smartphone. Or, of course there are still paper flyers that you can peruse. This way you are armed with the information on what each store has on sale this week, allowing you to get the best deals. And therefore – save your money!
4. Make a price book
This has been a frugal living tip for a long time, as any longtime frugalites will know! What is a price book? Basically, a notebook (or digital file on your phone or tablet) where you keep track of the best prices in your area for the food you buy. This is helpful because it is such a personal document – you will know what is truly a good deal when organic strawberries are on sale, for instance. You only need to keep track of the things you regularly purchase. It’ll help you understand when something is actually a very good deal. Making your own price book will help you save money because you’ll know what is and isn’t a good deal on the food YOU purchase the most often.
5. Shop at Farmer’s Markets or Local produce markets
Ahhh, I love an afternoon at the Farmer’s Market! But, some of these markets are quite pricey along with their charm and quaintness. Ask around to find the best markets with the lowest prices. Sometimes shopping nearer the end of the day means you can snag a deal on produce that the grower doesn’t want to drag back home with them. Plus, local produce markets are also popping up all over the place – one here in Calgary to try is Fresh & Local. (Located quite centrally on Macleod Trail.) But again, you can find these markets in your local area by searching ‘local markets’, ‘farmers markets + your city’ on Google.
Covid update: It’s not as easy to browse and relax at farmers markets now, but they are still an excellent resource for the freshest produce. Simply plan your trip beforehand, and hit up the stalls you like the best. And of course, always wear a face mask or face covering.
6. Shop at Outlet food stores
I was recently told a tip about an Italian outlet market here in Calgary! It’s called Scarpone’s, and is located in the North of Calgary. There you can get amazing deals on their own canned tomatoes, and items like olives, olive oils, capers and pasta sauces. Ask around in your area, or head to trusty Google and type in ‘outlet food stores’ + ‘your city’ to find some hidden treasures you may never have known existed. (Another good resource to know about is McGavin’s Bread Basket. This store sells bread that is still a number of days out from being past its Best Before date. You can stock up, and freeze the bread, rolls, bagels or English muffins. It is a huge savings on the cost of a regular loaf of bread! And since I have to eatgluten free, the savings are even more tremendous.)
7. Use coupons on groceries
Coupons are one of those things you either love, or you roll your eyes in disgust at the very thought of! I think I’m somewhere in the middle. I usually have a few clipped coupons in my wallet, but only on items that I would normally buy. And apps like Checkout 51make clipping coupons as easy as tapping your smartphone screen. (In fact, you get credited a cash amount – say, $1.00 – after you purchase a certain product and prove that you purchased it by scanning the receipt and sometimes also the UPC. Once you reach a $20.00 threshold, you are sent a cheque! I have indeed received such a cheque, and can verify that this is a worthwhile app to have.)
8. Check clearance sections at supermarkets
The clearance sections of your grocery store can provide all sorts of goodies! Sometimes you can even match a clearance price with a coupon, or a digital coupon on Checkout 51. Score! Double savings, folks. You can find a regular merchandise clearance, a produce clearance, and often a fresh foods clearance. You’ll have to keep your eyes open to find where your store has all the different reduced food sections. Usually these food items have a short best before date, so use up this good food and know that you’re preventing it from being dumped in the landfill! Get used to the type of sales sticker your grocery stores use to markdown their merchandise – sometimes they are yellow stickers, or red stickers. Then, you can look for that telltale sign when you’re searching for markdowns.
9. Try generic or store brand food
Generic or no name products are often just as good as their more highly-advertised, brand name counterparts. Store brands are a good compromise on a product that is just as good as a brand name, but is usually quite a bit cheaper.
10. Shop for groceries online
Many of my friends swear by online grocery shopping. You choose all the food items you want, and then simply go to the store to pick your order up. Some stores have a fee for this service, but it might be worthwhile if it prevents you from impulse buying. Don’t have a car to go pick up your groceries? Then, check out if your local food stores have a delivery service to have your groceries delivered right to your door.
Now, in the time of COVID, online grocery ordering makes more sense than ever before. We use SaveOn Foods online grocery shopping all the time, and we love it! With SaveOn here in Calgary, there is no fee whatsoever for having a personal shopper do your grocery shopping for you. This is the safest way to grocery shop in the time of the pandemic, and we are very grateful to have it as an option.
Bonus Tip – Check Amazon Grocery deals of the day
If you’re comfortable grocery shopping online (and more and more of us ARE now, because of the pandemic we’re living through!) then you need to check out which items Amazon has on sale. This one link will show you the best sale items on food and groceries. You know Amazon though – those deals won’t last! AMAZON GROCERY DEALS TODAY. These are pantry stock up items like: canned soups and chili, spices, ground or whole bean coffee, and of course CHOCOLATE!
We hope that our list of grocery shopping savings tips will help you save some of your hard earned money. With a little pre-planning, a bit of browsing through flyers or flyer apps, and a little effort you can both save money AND eat like a king or queen.
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There is no greater cost for most of us than our housing costs – either our monthly rent, or mortgage. In some large cities – I’m looking at you Toronto and Vancouver – monthly rental costs can easily swallow up half of our paycheques! (Or, sadly sometimes way more!!) With rent prices skyrocketing, we thought it would be helpful to discuss some ways you can save money on renting an apartment, house or condo. If you can lower your rent costs, then you’ll be able to live within a budget. So, here are our 10 favorite tips!
1. Look for apartments in the ‘off season’
Sometimes you just can’t control when you need to rent a new place. For instance, if you’re a student – well, you need to rent an apartment to be ready for the new school year! But, if you are in a situation when you can be flexible about when you look for your new digs, choose winter time to search. Fewer other people will be searching then, and you might secure a lower lease because of it.
2. Add up all the costs – rent plus utilities
Sure, that gorgeous little downtown condo sounds like an impressive bargain! But, make sure you include all costs in your total rent payment. If the rent is $1500, but then parking is $150 and utilities are $200 your total rent payment is actually $1850! If there’s another condo located in the same building for $1750, with all costs included then you’re better off choosing Condo B. Do your research to discover what your full monthly housing costs will be.
3. Negotiate a lower rent
If you’re a brand new tenant, you may be able to negotiate rent by being knowledgeable about the area and what typical rental costs are. You can even print out similar properties with the rent that is currently being charged. If the landlord is reasonable, they may be willing to lower the rent. Or, if you’re a long-term tenant, use your record of excellent payment and tenancy to negotiate to either stay at the same rent or even lower it. Or, sometimes landlords are willing to negotiate for other freebies such as free additional storage space, or free parking. (I’ve recently done exactly that – received free parking that would’ve otherwise cost $65/month, because we are long-term, excellent tenants.)
4. Offer to do repairs, maintenance or lawn work
Your landlord may really appreciate it if you’re willing to do some of their hard work for them! It never hurts to ask if you could do some repairs around the place for a lowered rent. Or, you could do regular maintenance or yard work – such as raking up leaves, mowing the lawn, or shoveling snow. Ask them if you could negotiate your rent based on offering these maintenance services. Then, if they agree – get your agreement in writing.
5. Manage an apartment building
Some people get free rent by managing an apartment building! Others will receive reduced rent for doing this job. But, make sure you know what you’re signing up for. Other tenants will come to you with complaints, and worries and even possibly to drop off rent cheques. Make sure you want to take on this responsibility before signing up to be a resident manager. If this kind of job sounds ideal, then you may snag some very cheap rent!
6. Get a Roommate
Sure, getting a roommate may be an obvious choice to reducing your overall rental costs, but make sure to do your research. As in: know the person you’re going to share your home with! Ask around your friends to see if anyone needs a good roommate, or even at your workplace. Set up careful rules about how rent will be paid, how utilities will be divided, and even how food will be shared.
7. Sign a longer lease
Have you found your dream place? Are you worried that rent prices are just going to continue going up, up, UP? Well, then sign a longer lease. Ask your landlord or the management company of your building if a longer lease is an option. This could be 1 year, or even 2 years or longer. Then, you’ll have locked in your housing costs for that period of time and won’t have to worry about that dreaded letter being slipped under your door telling you about rent increases.
8. Rental Incentives
Especially in areas where there are a lot of rentals available, and too few qualified renters – there will be rental incentives. Take note of signs in the areas you’re looking to live in of these special offers. $500 off, Free Parking, 1 month free rent, and other offers may be used to entice new tenants to sign a lease at that apartment or condo complex. And, if there are incentives, you know too that the landlord may be willing to negotiate a bit more in other areas – such as free cable or internet. It’s always worth asking! (Just be polite about it, and don’t seem as if you’re trying to take advantage.)
9. Refer a Friend
Often, larger condos or apartment buildings may have a referral system in place to reward you if a friend moves in. At one point, where we live, both we and our friend received $150 off rent, and all because we referred her! It’s worth checking it out, and seeing if there are any perks for referring people to live in the same complex you do. And hey, then you’ll know the neighbors, too!
10. Rent an unfurnished apartment
If this is the first time out on your own, you may be very tempted by gorgeous, glossy looking, fully furnished apartments or condos. But, the price for these can be outrageously high! Instead, choose a small first apartment and then furnish it very cheaply. You can do so by letting your family and friends know (it seems like everyone’s Auntie or Grandma has some extra, old furniture lying around unused in the attic) or also by finding freebies or very inexpensive furniture on Craigslist or Kijiji. It’ll take a little time to furnish your place, but this way you’ll also make it more your own, unique space.
Hi everyone! You know that we love talking about PC Optimum points around here an awful lot. But, the other day I realized that I hadn’t written about anything to do with the popular Airmiles program in a very long time. So today, I want to make that right! Let’s talk about an aspect of redeeming AirMiles that a lot of people might forget about – that you can redeem the AirMiles for products or merchandise. This is especially important now during the pandemic, since the miles you may have collected for travel will go unused. So, treat yourself to something special with those AirMiles instead!
Please remember that you’ll need to have a balance of DREAM MILES rather than CASH MILES to redeem your points for these products.
Eufy by Anker Robovac 35C – Robot Vacuum Cleaner
I simply hate vacuuming. If you feel the same, thenthis handy robovac might be the perfect way to spend your Airmiles. It features very strong 1500 Pa suction, getting those carpets super clean. The current cost is 2870 Airmiles. (You can view more details about the vacuum and check out the current cost on Amazonhere.)
AirMiles Deal of the Day – Foreo ISSA 2 Rechargable Electric Toothbrush
Every Thursday Airmiles has a special bonus deal – where you can get a product for a lot less miles! Today that deal is this sweetForeo ISSA electric toothbrush. Comes with two interchangeable brush heads, depending on your level of tooth sensitivity. Completely waterproof, so if you love to brush your teeth in the shower you can! (More details and current pricing on Amazon here.) Today it costs 1720 Air miles. (Normally you can snag it for 2142 Airmiles, so this deal saves you 20% on how many Airmiles you need to spend.)
Emile Henry Creme Brulee Set with Torch and Dishes
This is an awesome gift idea! A beautiful creme brulee set by Emile Henry (I have a few of their plates, and they are my favourite plates to eat off of.) Not only do you get a creme brulee torch, but also a set of four creme brulee dishes to create your next dessert masterpiece. Is there anything more scrumptious than breaking into that luscious, crunchy sugary layer, down into the creamy custard beneath? YUM!! Oh and creme brulee is almost alwaysgluten free. 1190 Air Miles. (Compare price and product details on Amazon here.)
AirMiles Deals this Week – Redeeming for Stuff (merchandise)
If you have a hefty collection of Airmiles just sitting around doing nothing, then maybe one of the products we found today will be the ideal way to spend those points. Creme brulee, anyone?
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Now, if you’re a cat lover like I am, you’ll know that a cat tree is more than just a foolish overindulgence for spoiled kitties. Cat trees, jungle gyms or kitty condos are in fact a healthy option – especially for indoor cats. The natural play and climbing that cats get to enjoy on real trees outdoors can be replicated inside. If you have a pet cat, they will be beyond thrilled to have a cat tree to play on.
I love the idea of cat trees so much that I’ve started a new blog entirely devoted to cat trees and cat furniture. The best thing for bargain hunters is that both Amazon and Wayfair often have their best rated cat trees on sale! So, pop over to https://cattrees.ca to see what goodies we have in store for you and your feline pals!
P.S. Want a preview? Here is one of our absolute favourite cat trees available to purchase online!