It’s Monday morning! And that means we’re looking out for some of the best Amazon bargains to stock up on this week. The deals we found really run the gamut – baby items on sale, an awesome and compact Canon Pixma photo printer, and coffee. Coffee! Sweet, sustaining liquid. Yep, KCups (coffee pods) are on sale too this week. Check out the deals…
Natural air freshener for nurseries and closets
Munchkin Arm and Hammer Lavender Scented Nursery Fresheners use Arm and Hammer baking soda to naturally deodorize and freshen nursery areas. Dirty diapers, we are looking at you! And ugh, smelling you too. These little discs work well to neutralize the odours in diaper pails AND laundry hampers, and anywhere else you want a little lavender scented deodorizing power. Pack of 5 for only $5.97 P.S. NO ONE is saying you couldn’t use these little wonders in your shoe closet or clothing closet, either.
Canon Pixma Wireless photo printer – $40 off!
The Canon Pixma wireless photo printer is on for only $59.99! Easily print up photos at home. Using AirPrint, it’s super easy to print your photos right from your iPhone or iPad! (But you can use other types of phones or tablets too, no worries.) Compact size printer will fit in any small home office space – even if right now that means your kitchen table! Was $99.99 now $59.99 with FREE Shipping
Folger’s and Nescafe Coffee Pods on Sale – up to 30% off on Amazon
And, doesn’t it seem only fitting that we pop in a coffee sale right about now? Especially seeing as how it’s Monday morning and all…Great deals to be had on Folgers coffee pods (K-cups).
Hello everyone! Today we’re searching through Amazon for some excellent pantry stock-up items. We’re talking cereal, snacks, granola bars and much more. All of them are on sale and currently in stock at Amazon.ca. Some of them are an even better bargain if you click on Subscribe and Save – meaning you’ll be subscribing to getting your favourite foods on a regular basis; you can cancel anytime. (The bonus being that you’ll save an additional 5% or 15%)
Here are the pantry items we discovered on our Amazon hunt today…
Nature Valley coconut biscuits are like crunchy oatmeal cookies with a creamy coconut filling. Yum! It’s like the best of oatmeal cookies AND granola bars, all in one happy little package. Pack of 5 for $2.47 or $2.35 if you click on Subscribe & Save. These are also an excellent little treat to pack into your kids’ lunch bags for school lunches.
Love Timmy’s French Vanilla cappuccino? No need to wait forever in a drive thru line – you can make it at home in your Keurig machine! Lovely, sweet and creamy – a real treat. Pack of 10 Tim Horton’s French Vanilla coffee pods for $9.97. And, these K-cups are recyclable!
Yupik organic oats come in a 1 kg resealable package, making it an easy item to store in your pantry. Oatmeal is the perfect breakfast food, but you can also use it to make muffins, cookies or try baked oatmeal! (Sort of like a super healthy oatmeal cake, loaded with oats and fruit.) $6.14 for 1 kg of organic oats. Certified organic, certified kosher and sulfite free oats. (Don’t need organic oats? Quaker quick cooking oats in the 1 kg bag are on for only $2.97. A good time to stock up!)
Just some essentials – and all at a great price at Amazon – to get your Monday started off well. Having a well stocked pantry is always a good idea, but in these times it seems more prudent than ever before. Have a wonderful Monday, everyone!
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We’re back for another edition of: “How many PC Optimum points can I get this week?” We’re checking out Superstore and Shoppers, and finding the best deals for bonus points and offers. Why? Because every 10000 points equals $10 of free groceries and other necessities! Some people have even been saving up extra points to have a bit extra spending power available in case of a second wave of COVID here in Canada.
Whatever your reason is for saving points, this week there are some excellent deals and ways to get extra points! So let’s go…
Bonus PC Optimum points this week at Shoppers Drug Mart
These offers are available September 19 to September 25, 2020. It feels like there are BOATLOADS of amazing offers this week, and I’m excited to share them all with you here. 🙂
Other special offers:
FLU SHOTS: Get 500 bonus points when you register online to get a flu shot at Shoppers Drug Mart. You’re actually registering for an online reminder to come in and get a flu shot by October 15, 2020. Offer expires after one use. 🙂
Bonus PC Optimum points redmeption event – get more for your points!
BONUS REDEMPTION EVENT!!! Starting Friday September 18 to Wednesday, September 23 – get extra money for your points! (Details below for how much your points will be worth. Yay! Bonus redemption events are super cool, and a great way to get a LOT more for all those PC Optimum points you’ve accumulated.)
Get up to $65 off when you redeem 50,000 points (That’s like an extra $15)
Get up to $140 off when you redeem 100,000 points (That’s an extra $40!)
Get up to $300 off when you redeem 200,000 points – that’s an extra $100 of stuff for free. Wowser!
Shoppers Seniors’ Day is Thursday, September 24, 2020
On Seniors’ Day at Shoppers, save 20% on almost all regularly priced merchandise when you scan your PC Optimum card first. PLUS…get 10,000 bonus PC Optimum points when you buy $50 or more on almost anything in store. Wow!!
Beauty and Health Products
Axe body spray OR Dove deodorant or antiperspirant OR Lady speed stick – Selected types and sizes – Buy 2 get 2500 points
Batiste dry shampoo – Buy 2 get 7000 points
Bic Flex5 or Flex2 hybrid razors – 1 in each pack – Buy 2 get 4000 points back
Bic razors – Hybrid click or Soleil razors – Selected types and sizes – Buy 2 get 4000 PC optimum points
Huggies jumbo diapers OR Huggies training pants – $11.99 each AND buy 2 get 5000 points B
Nestle Good Start Omega concentrate formula OR powder – $42.99 each and Get 2500 points back on each package
Household Supplies and Cleaning Products (and Pet Products too)
Beneful, Purina One or Friskies dry cat food – selected sizes – Get 2500 points on the purchase of each bag
Bounty paper towels – 6 roll pack – Buy 2 get 2000 bonus points
Palmolive dish soap – 591 ml to 828 ml bottle size – Buy 2 get 1500 points (Nice, a points deal on dish soap! Haven’t seen that in a while…)
Vim cleaners – 70-500 ml size bottles – Get 1000 points each
Luxury Beauty Products and Fragrances
Indeed Vitamin C skin serum – A supercharged and lightweight face serum that combines Vitamin C, tamarind seed extract and biosaccharide gum-1 to brighten, firm and moisturize your skin. Long term results include improvement in skin tone, skin brightness and texture. Get 10 times the points on purchase.
Lacoste fragrances – 45 ml to 100 ml bottles – Get 15,000 points
Neostrata Correct skin care products – Get 5000 bonus points
Philosophy fragrances – such as Fresh Cream – Get 8000 points back on each
Soap and Glory bath products (Such as No Woman No Dry) – Buy 2 get 4000 points
Strivectin skin care products – Get 10 times the points
Vichy Mineral 89 or Neovadiol skin care products – Buy 2 get 10,000 points
Wellwise.ca – Home Health care products and supports
Yes, you can earn PC Optimum points at Wellwise.ca too! They specialize in home health care products like CPAP machines, and necessities for caring for health care needs in the home. They have some great ways to add up the points this week!
CPAP Savings event this week (from Saturday, September 19 to Friday, September 25. In-store or online at https://www.wellwise.ca.) – Save 20% on selected CPAP masks, tubes and accessories PLUS get 10 times the points on a purchase of $75 or more on selected CPAP masks, tubes and accessories.
Cubii under desk elliptical machine – Awesome way to keep active even when you have to sit and work at a desk! (Whether that is in an office or right now, working from home.) Sale price $299.99 OR if you redeem 100,000 points from September 18 to September 23 get it for only $159.99!
Dr. Ho’s circulation machine/promoter – $159.99 on sale OR if you redeem 100,000 PC Optimum points from September 18-September 23 get it for only $19.99!
And now to get some extra points on grocery purchases and more at Superstore! Here are all the bargain deals we could find for points hunters…These offers are in effect September 18 to September 24, 2020.
Bonus Points on Food and Groceries (Grocery deals)
DAIRY: Iogo Nano drinkable yogurt bottles – 24 pack of 93 ml size – $11.98 with a limit of 4 plus 1000 points on each box
Heinz beans or pasta – box of 9 cans – $8.88 each with a limit of 4 plus 2000 points
Lipton chicken noodle soup – Club size 912 gram box – $7.98 each with a limit of 4 – Plus get 2000 points
Nature Valley granola bars: crunchy, sweet and salty or chewy granola bars – $10.98 and get 1500 points (The sizes of these are 1.12 or 1.47 kg. Club pack size.)
PC Colombian Supremo coffee (ground coffee) – large 1.3 kg size – Limit of 4 at $12.98 PLUS get 3000 points
PC or NO Name coffee pods – packs of either 72 or 100 pacs in each – $29.98 PLUS get 5000 points back
Quaker Harvest Crunch granola cereal – large box size of 1.4 kg – $7.98 (Limit of 4 at this price; $10.48 over the limit price) – Plus get 1000 points on each box
Uncle Ben’s Bistro Express rice, Seeds of Change rice or beans – Get 2000 points for every $8 spent on these brands
Bonus Points on Cleaning supplies and Laundry detergent
Purex liquid laundry detergent (large 4.23 or 6 liter bottles), Purex laundry pacs (68’s), Snuggle fabric softener (4.25 liter bottle) or Sunlight liquid dish soap (huge 4.2 liter bottle) – Limit of 2 at the price of $11.98 PLUS Get 1000 points on each
Bonus Points on health and beauty products
Colgate multipack toothpaste – 3 tubes of toothpaste – either 120 ml or 150 ml size each – $6.98 with a limit of 2 and get 1000 points
Halls cough drops and lozenges – Get 2000 points for every $6 spent
Nexxus or Shea Moisture shampoo or conditioner – $9.98 with a limit of 4 and get 1000 points
Huge points on Glasses at Superstore – 50,000 points offer! – Optical offers at Superstore
Get 50,000 points back on every $100 you spend in the Optical (glasses and contacts) department at Superstore. Wow!! That is 50% back in points.
Wow guys, there were some pretty unbelievable deals to be had this week for point hunters at both Superstore and Shoppers Drug Mart. We hope this helps you plan your next shopping trip, and get mega points to help get free groceries and other necessities during these difficult times. Happy shopping…and please stay safe.
This new feature of ours will show off some lovely articles we’ve discovered online AND some of the best bargains and deals to start your week off right…And all hopefully enjoyed while you have your hands wrapped around a delicious cuppa – whether that’s tea or coffee, it’s up to you!
Monday Morning blog hopping & bargain finding
Spiders that don’t scare me…I am no green thumb whatsoever. But, I’m determined to try spider plants, because they clean the air and look so beautiful. I’m reading this care guide to try to avoid killing the poor plants before I even get them! (Have any other tips for cat-safe houseplants that are easy to care for?And even where to buy them online?)
Almost Oreos – A little treat of gluten-free Oreo-ish cookies was on my shopping list this week. Verdict? A wee bit crumblier than their wheat-filled counterpart. BUT…they were so nom nom delicious that I made my husband hide the box! (Where, oh where has my self control gone…where oh where can it beeeee!?)
Mini apple pies in a cupcake tin. Mini food is adorable, and when safely contained in one’s hand, it feels even more comforting. Perfect for baking up fall apples, and then freezing the wee pies for a little treat whenever you feel like one. This simple recipe yields mini pies that look photo-ready…and a rating of 5 stars by everyone who has ventured forth and made the recipe. And if you choose to use a tiny ice cream scoop and top these with mini blobs of vanilla ice cream – then all the better!!!
Pumpkin spice latte packets – To say my Starbucks consumption has greatly reduced is a ridiculous understatement. I like that these little packets of PSL mix lets you whip up a foamy pumpkin spice latte at home with just boiling water. Ahhh…fall bliss. Makes me want to grab my latte and go jump in a…pile of crunchy and colourful fall leaves.
And finally…Homemade Blueberry Syrup. A simple recipe, made extra scrumptious because it contains maple syrup. Ahhh…nothing better. Top off your French toast, waffles or pancakes with this for a special treat. (Thanks to the One Hundred Dollars a Month blog for the recipe link.)
Have a beautiful Monday, everyone. Please pop back next Monday to see what other goodies I’ve found and just need to share with you.
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It’s time for another edition of ‘What’s on for extra bonus PC Optimum points this week at Shoppers and Superstore?” Yes, we’re back and we’ve done all the research into what groceries, beauty products and other goodies will help you rack up the most bonus points this week.
PC Optimum Bonus offers at Shoppers Drug Mart this Week
Prices and bonus offers in effect Saturday, September 5 to Friday, September 11, 2020
Special offers this week:
Sunday, September 6 ONLY: Spend $75 or more at Shoppers and get a $20 Shoppers Drug Mart savings card! AND…Seniors Day is Thursday, September 10, 2020. Save 20% with a PC Optimum card on almost all regularly priced merchandise.
Bonus Points on Health and Beauty products
Annabelle mascara or brow products – Buy 2 get 3000 bonus points
Burt’s Bees cosmetics (such as eyeshadows, blush, bronzer and more!) Spend $25 get 5000 points (I love Burt’s Bees. Read about a special offer on their classic peppermint lip balm on this blog post I wrote earlier in the week. 🙂 )
Colgate 360 degree battery toothbrush, Total mouthwash (1 liter bottle), or Optic White Renewal toothpaste (70 ml tube) – Get 2000 points
Conair cordless hair curler – Get 10,000 points
Covergirl Exhibitionist Mascara or Clean fresh makeup products (new pressed powder now available) – Buy 2 get 2000 points
Crest 3D Vivid whitestrips (10’s), Oral-B Vitality Toothbrush or replacement brush heads (3 in a pack) – Buy 2 get 10,000 points
Dial body wash – 473 ml bottle – Get 5000 points (This seems like an awesome offer! This is like $5.00 back on each bottle of body wash.)
Haircolour deal this week: Natural Instincts, Nice ‘n’ Easy or Root Touch Up – Buy 2 get 3000 points
Hair Food shampoo and conditioner – Avocado and Argan oil – $7.99 each – Buy 2 get 2000 points
Herbal Essences Bio Renew shampoo, conditioner, hair serum and more – $5.99 each – Buy 2 get 2000 points
Joe Fresh socks OR Secret collection tights or knee highs – Buy 2 get 2000 points
Life brand hair removal products (Such as wax strips, eyebrow wax strips and hair removal cream) – Buy 2 get 2500 points
Life brand multivitamins or Calcium pills – buy 2 get 5000 points
Life brand vitamins – Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, or Vitamin E – Buy 2 get 3000 points
Wellwise Bonus Points offers this week – Home health care products
Wellwise.ca has a Labour Day Sale September 7-11, 2020. Spend $75 or more and get 15,000 points; Spend $150 or more and get 45,000 bonus points and spend $300 or more and get 100,000 points! (Wow, that’s like getting $100 back!) All at https://wellwise.ca from the 7th to the 11th this month. 🙂
Cubii Pro – Seated elliptical machine with bluetooth – Allows you to work out in the comfort of a chair, all the while tracking your calories, stride, time and distance travelled with Bluetooth! $399.99 and get 20 times the points
Ensure or Glucerna – meal replacement shakes and drinks (protein drinks) – 6 pack of pre-mixed meal replacment shakes $9.99 each and Buy 2 get 2500 points. The Ensure comes in all sorts of delicious sounding flavours like Butter Pecan, Strawberry and Orange Cream.
Lumin UVC CPAP Santizing System – wondering how to properly clean your CPAP machine? The Lumin sanitizes every part of a CPAP, keeping it clean and hygienic and ready to use – safely. $324.99 each and Get 20 times the points!
VivaLift – Power lift recliner (reclining chair) with power head rest and lumbar support. Available in store only. $1724.99 each and get 20 times the points!
Bonus PC Optimum Points at Real Canadian Superstore this Week
This week when you spend $250 or more in-store or through online shopping via PC Express – get 25,000 bonus points back! That is $25 worth of sweet, sweet freebies, people! And free is our favourite word around here. And boy oh boy, do we ever have lots of points offers going on at Superstore this week, bargaineers! Much more than usual. Hooray!
These offers are in effect from Friday, September 4 to September 10, 2020
Gift Card Offer of the week at Superstore: Get 10% off all INDIGO Gift Cards. Valid September 4-10, 2020. Cool, money off gift cards!
Points at Superstore on Groceries and Food
Billy Bee liquid honey – 1 kg squeeze bottle – $7.97 each (Limit of 4 at the sale price; Over limit price is $10.98 each.) and get 2000 points (Wow, that takes it down to $5.97 for 1 kg of honey! Nice!)
Catelli pasta, Bistro pasta, Catelli smart pasta, Catelli healthy harvest pasta, Catelli Ancient grains pasta, Catelli gluten free pasta, or No Yolks pasta – Get 3000 points for every $10 spent on these products.
Cavendish frozen french fries – Flavour Crisp straight cut fries – 4 kg size – $9.98 each and get 1000 points
Cheez Whiz, Kraft Singles or Velveeta cheese slices – selected varieties – $4.48 each and get 1500 points
Danone Activia yogurt – large pack of 24 x 100 grams – $8.48 each and get 1000 points
Dare Bear paws crackers OR Bold ‘n Baked Crackers – Buy any 3 and get 1200 points
Earthbound Farm Organic chopped salad kits (Sound delish! Flavours like: Artisan Ranch chopped salad and an Asian Chopped salad) – $4.98 each and Get 1000 points
Farmer’s Market Cookies (Superstore’s own brand of cookies, available in the bakery section) – Buy 2 packs of one dozen cookies and get 2500 points
Hellman’s mayonnaise – large 1.42 L jars – $6.98 each and get 1000 points
Melitta ground coffee (930 gram tins) or Marley coffee pods – $11.98 with a limit of 4 AND 2000 points
Nescafe Gold cappuccino (250 gram jar) 500 points
Nescafe Gold – instant coffee – 500 points
No Name Coffee pods – package of 30 pods – $11.98 each (limit of 4) – 2000 points
Olivieri fresh tortellini (Beef or cheese flavour) – Large 2.1 kg size – $12.98 and get 2000 points
PC coffee pods (package of 12) or ground coffee (small size packs) – $5.98 each AND 1000 points
Siggi’s Skyr yogurt – $4.48 each (for either a tub or a multipack of mini yogurts) – Get 1000 points
Starbucks Coffee at home – Starbucks ground or whole bean coffee, 340 gram bags – $7.97 and get 1000 points
Rubbermaid food storage containers – For every $10 spent, get 3000 points
Tide liquid laundry detergent (3.4 liter bottle to 4.43 liter bottle sizes); Tide detergent powder (4.7 or 4.9 kg box); Tide pods – 36-72 pod size container; or Ivory snow liquid detergent for delicates and baby clothes (2.95 liter bottle) – $17.88 each AND get 1000 points
Ziploc food storage containers – For every $10 spent, get 3000 points
PC Optimum Points at Superstore on Pet Food and Products
Purina Alpo brand dog food – Cookout Classic food – 16 kg bag – $22.98 and Get 1000 points
We did it! This was an incredible week for bonus points and offers at Superstore and Shoppers. And Wellwise, too had some unbelievable bonus deals to rack up mega PC Optimum points. Hope our research helps you optimize your shopping, and get LOADS of good stuff back for free. 🙂 Happy shopping bargaineers!
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Is it time to up your homemade latte game? Then we have exactly what you need to make perfect coffeehouse coffees at home – the best homemade milk frother! Breville frothers consistently receive rave reviews from customers, who say these machines create perfect foam for drinks like lattes and cappuccinos. No more will you need to pop to the coffee shop to get the best coffees!
Important Features of the Breville Milk Cafe Frother:
Uses induction heating to create evenly heated milk for lattes, cappucinos and hot chocolate. Yum! (The induction burner is built right in!)
Temperature control gauge allows you to choose exactly the right temp for the milk – from regular to extra hot! (I always order my lattes extra hot, so this feature is awesome.)
Holds up to 3 cups of frothed milk, or as little as 1/2 cup of milk to froth.
4.5/5 star rating with over 2500 ratings given!
Creates the finest/smallest milk bubbles for a superfine froth that makes the most delicious frothed milk hot drinks. This is accomplished by a spinner that works as the milk heats up.
Automatically turns off when correct temperature is reached.
Easy to clean – stainless steel frothing jug can even go in the dishwasher! Dishwasher safe, hooray! Also, because the heat element in this heater/frother is induction, it won’t create the gooey mess on the bottom of the stainless milk jug! Another big positive.
Two different mixing paddles for stirring and frothing the milk: one for lattes and one for cappuccinos. The one for cappuccino makes the finest froth, so go with that one if you want the most delicate and delicious milk froth. Just like at the coffee shop!
And with the sale price of $149.99, this is a great time to get an excellent barista-quality frother!
Time to save you some money, bargaineers! And that means heading to Giant Tiger, a Canadian discount retail store that is known for having really low prices. We’ve searched the flyers to find you the very best deals this week at this wonderful place. These prices are in effect June 17-23, 2020.
Here’s all that we found:
Giant Tiger Produce and Fresh Food Sales
5 lb russet potatoes $1.97
5 oz Queen Victoria spring mix salad mix $1.97 (or baby spinach at the same price)
Green onions $0.97 each
Kiwis – 600 gram bag – $2.88 each
Mangoes – $0.97 each
Pineapple, fresh $2.88 each
Giant Tiger Dairy sales this week (sales on cheese)
Giant Value cheese bar (up to 400 gram size) OR Saputo cheese slices (160 grams) $3.97 each
Lactantia cream cheese – Regular $3.47; this week $1.97
Mirage margarine – Great big 2.72 kg size – Save $3.00 – $6.99 each
Giant Tiger Frozen and Meat Sales this Week
Belmont Meats beef burgers – Regularly $10.97 on sale for $6.97 this week
Catch of the Day frozen fish sticks or fish fillets (breaded) Save $1 – $2.97 each
Frozen shrimp or salmon – Save up to $3 – $4.97 each (Package sizes 340-440 g.)
Johnsonville breakfast sausages – assorted varieties – 375 g. – Save $1.50 – $3.47 each
Piller’s pepperoni sticks – 300-500 gram bags – Save $3 – $5.97 each
Schneider’s chicken wings or chicken drumsticks, frozen – Save up to $5 – $6.99 each
Swanson frozen meals (Limit of 4) Save $0.80 – $1.88 each
Watson Ridge frozen chicken breasts – 800 gram boxes – $6.97 each (Save up to $3.03 each)
Ben and Jerry’s ice cream or Magnum (Yum! We don’t eat a lot of ice cream around here, but I’ve been craving it like crazy!) $4.97 each Save $1
Minute Maid or Five Alive frozen juice or punch drinks – only $0.50 each
Giant Tiger Grocery sales this week
Giant Value seasoning blends and spices – Save up to $1.70 – $2.77 each
Heinz canned pasta (like jAlphagetti) $0.88 each – Save $0.37 each
Kellogg’s cereals – 210-275 gram boxes – Save $1.01 – $1.99 each
La Grille BBQ Sauce – Save $0.50 – now $1.97 each
Lay’s Stax chips – 3 for $4 or $1.49 each
Maple Leaf canned meat (or Clover Leaf Snack kits) 2 for $2.88 (Must buy 2; otherwise $2.27-$2.87 each. That’s crazy – spend just 1 penny more and get two cans instead of one!)
Perrier sparkling water OR Molson’s Excel non alcoholic beer (10 or 12 packs) $4.97 (Save up to $2.50)
Planters mixed nuts or almonds – Save up to $2.02 – now $3.97 each
Rice Krispies squares (and other Kellogg’s lunch snacks) – Save up to $1 – $1.77 each
VH soy sauce and cooking sauces $1.99 each
Tim Horton’s canned chili $2.79 each (save $1)
Victor Allen single serve coffee pods (for Keurig) – Big box of 42 cups – Save $3.12 – $13.85 each (That’s only $0.33 per coffee!)
Giant Tiger Bakery Deals this Week
Apple Valley Foods pie – Save up to $1.50 each – $2.47 each
Wonder bread or buns – 3 for $6 (Must buy 3 to get that price; otherwise it’s $2.47 or $2.97 each)
Wonder wraps or English muffins – Save up to $2 – Only $1.77 each
Giant Tiger Deals on Toilet Paper, Paper Towels and Kleenex this Week
Sponge Towels paper towels – OVER HALF OFF! STOCK UP PRICE! – 8 rolls for only $3.97 (Regular price $9.97)
Giant Tiger Household and Cleaning Deals this Week
Energizer batteries – AA or AAA – Save up to $4.00! $2.99 each
Palmolive dish soap – Value 3 bottle pack – $5.00 (As a point of comparison, the best Palmolive dish soap price on Amazon right now is an 828 ml bottle for $2.47.)
ProLux 9 watt light bulbs – OVER HALF OFF – Only $0.99 each (Regularly $3.00 each.) ANOTHER STOCK UP PRICE HERE.
Purex laundry detergent OR Snuggle fabric softener, dryer sheets or scent booster $3.97 each (Save up to $2.70)
And remember – there are a ton of Ontario Giant Tiger locations. If you’re looking for one, here are some of them:
There are some great stock up deals this week at Giant Tiger. Make sure to make some time to head over and stock up on those extra low prices this week. Happy shopping!
It’s the beginning of a new week, and therefore time for another edition of The Thrifty Three! These are just three of the things I’ve been doing lately to try to stretch our money further.
Iced Coffeeat home – Iced coffee is my favourite new drink. I think I’ve discussed coffee a few times here on the blog. (Like here and here.) I’ve also talked about how I haven’t had a Starbucks coffee in (gasp!) months! But, I still adore a good cup of coffee. Now that the weather is warming up a bit, cold coffee drinks seem just right. So, I’ve gotten into the habit of brewing up a big pot of decaf coffee (so I can drink the iced coffee any time of day) and then storing it in the fridge to get it good and icy cold. I also add a spoonful of vanilla to the coffee, to make it even more flavourful. Then, when I’m craving an iced coffee, I grab my cute Mason jar glass, add a few ice cubes, fill about 3/4 full with cold coffee and then top up with milk. (We’ve had 3.25% milk lately, as the store we go to always has that in lactose free. I’d recommend a thicker milk for this drink – it’s luscious that way!) You could also use cream instead. Yummeroo! And rather than spending $3-$4 each on a drink, I’m sure it’s only about $0.25 or so.
Filling the soap dispenser with…body wash! Or, even a diluted mix of shampoo. Weird, right? But it works! We bought a few foaming soaps, and I wanted to keep reusing the dispensers for a while. (To be totally honest, I’ll probably keep reusing those foaming soap dispensers until they stop working. 😉 ) So, instead of diluted soap, I’ve used diluted shampoo or body wash. It works great, and provides a nice foamy pump of soap for us to wash our hands carefully. (Is everyone still singing while they wash their hands? To make sure they wash for 20 seconds?)
Different kind of face mask – This time, we’re talking sleep masks! As the days get longer, and the morning sunlight starts to stream through our blinds earlier every morning, I was finding that I just couldn’t get back to sleep. (The sun rises awfully early here in the summer months – this morning I woke at 5:49 am because of the sun!) We had discussed getting blackout curtains and a new curtain rod, but…$$$$! Instead, I searched on Amazon and found these sleep masks, which reviewers claimed really worked at blocking out all light. Well, I’m a fan and now can’t recommend them highly enough! The masks are comfortable, snug without being too tight and when I wake up too early I pop on my sleep mask and fall right back to sleep. The pack of 2 were $19.95, which is a great deal compared to a new curtain rod and set of curtains.
Trying to save money comes in all sorts of different forms – I’d love to hear how you’re saving money during these difficult times. Please leave a comment and let us know the three thrifty things you’ve been accomplishing. 🙂
Unlock your inner barista with this beauty of an espresso machine! One button creates your gourmet coffeeshop drink in just minutes. And, it has a handy one button feature to clean itself, too! Now that’s what I call service! 😉
Delonghi Perfecta Espresso and Cappuccino Machine in Black Was $1995 Now $1195
* This superautomatic espresso machine offers single touch coffee preparations
* Makes lattes, cappuccinos, hot milk and more!
* Has a unique automatic cleaning function – just push one button and let the machine clean itself! (If only all of my appliances would do this…)
* Adjustable functions depending on how soft or hard your water is
* Adjustable feature to control how hot you want the lattes or cappuccinos to be
Today we are swooping in with awesome bargains to stock your kitchen cupboards. We found coffee deals, oatmeal deals, cereal deals and even a healthy naturally gluten free snack that EVERYONE in the family will want more of. Please act fast to take advantage of these deals! Some sale products can run out quickly, and sale prices can change just as fast. (Links are affiliate links – we earn a small amount on the purchases, at no cost to you. Thanks for supporting our bargain hunting efforts!)
Only $3.99 for Maxwell House instant coffee. Stock up bargain!
Another stock up price here, folks…only $2.48 for Quaker Instant Oats in the delicious Maple Brown Sugar Flavour. And it only takes 90 seconds to make a bowl of these oats, so makes for a fast and inexpensive breakfast.
Quaker Harvest Crunch cereal (550 gram box) for only $2.98. Yummy Dark Chocolate, Cranberry and Almond flavour.
These healthy coconut macaroons are made from real, natural ingredients! Naturally gluten free, plus they are vegan, low-carb and Paleo. But they still taste lovely!
Hope you managed to snag a deal or two! Thanks for visiting, bargaineers. 🙂