Another deal today…and this time it’s on Everland organic raisins. Organic anything can be expensive, so when I saw this deal for a pack of 1 lb (454 grams) of organic raisins for under $5 I was kind of excited! And yes, I do get excited over a great deal. Don’t you? 🙂
Raisins are excellent in cookies, your morning bowl of oatmeal (I love raisins in oatmeal, along with sliced almonds and ground flax. Yummers!!)…or in lovely cakes such as carrot cake. They’re also an excellent, natural sweet snack for your kids instead of candy. They are naturally gluten free AND vegan, since of course they are simply dried grapes. Delish! And I’m quite sure that when they’re over 50% off they taste even nicer.
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Bokksu is one of the most popular retailers of delicious Japanese foods and snacks, and thankfully all of those goodies are available in Canada! If you love Japanese food – or know someone who does – this makes an awesome gift item. Bokksu is well known for their subscription boxes of Japanese snack foods. Yum! These are authentic Japanese foods and snacks, and all shipped directly from Japan to Canada (or to 70 other countries around the world!)
Here are just some of the best deals available on their website right now:
Savoury Sesame Biscuits by Smile Harvest – Buttery, crispy and a bit salty, these biscuits have it all! White sesame seeds are baked into each and every one of these yummy biscuits. $12.00 for 16 individual packs.
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Japanese Kurumi Walnut Mochi– 13 pieces in each box – $8.00 a box – a delicious umami flavour is created by blending chopped walnuts in the mochi, along with a lightly flavoured soy sauce. Deliciously salty and sweet!
Japanese Kit Kat Bars
Japan has the best, quirkiest and coolest flavours of Kit Kat candy bars! These are varieties you’ll just never find over here in Canada or in the US. Just look at the amazing flavours of Kit Kat chocolate bars that Bokksu is currently stocking:
Cheesecake Kit Kat bars– Anything cheesecake, and I’m there already waiting with an oversized fork. Package of 12 for $12.00.
Citrus Mint Kit Kat – Like a cool glass of minty lemonade! With wafer cookies. Delicious! Package of 12 for $12.00
Premium Sake Kit Kats– A luxurious chocolate bar, created with real premium sake! A slight fruity taste, with that little astringency you’d expect from a dry sake. Contains 0.4% alcohol in each bar; an intensely flavoured bar for true sake lovers. 9 pieces for $20.00. (We liked the idea of these Sake bars so much that we devoted an entire article to them, and two other Sake varieties!)
Raspberry Otona no Amasa Kit Kat bars – Coated in a raspberry coating, and with bits of freeze dried raspberries blended into the filling – these are a new Kit Kat flavour that raspberry lovers will enjoy.
Japanese Snacks on Sale
Of course, we love nothing better than a sale around here! So here is what Bokksu is currently offering – at up to 50% off! Stock up on these specials while they’re still available.
Kabukiage Uma Kara Spicy Fried Rice Crackers– Was $2.00 a bag – 50% off – Now $1.00 a bag. These are coated in soy sauce and a little bit of spicy red pepper – perfect if you like a little kick of spice, but nothing too spicy. (But if you’re super sensitive to spicy food, this probably still isn’t the snack for you!)
Sayaendo Green Pea Refreshing Chips– Was $2.00 a bag – 50% off – Now $1.00 a bag (These are made by Calbee, who make my favourite pea Harvest Snaps! I loooove those things, so I’ll bet these chips are equally delicious.)
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While I was trying (without much success!) this week to find some foaming soap refills for our soap dispensers, I came upon some great options at Well.ca! This was my first every order with Well.ca and I have to say I’ve been really happy so far. The price on the foaming soap refills were better than anywhere else (Amazon was WAY more expensive, which surprised me!) and the processing was very fast. I’ll post a link to the soap, if they still have any available.
But, while I was there on their site anyway, my bargain hunting tendencies got the best of me and I started to look for the best sales and deals they have going on right now. Here are all the best deals this week:
Watkins Foaming Soap Refills Canada
Like I said, this stuff was hard to find! Both theLemonand Green Tea variety were still available the last time I checked. Each packet of 828 ml size allows you to fill their foaming soap pump about three times. I stocked up, because over this crazy COVID and flu season, I wanted to make sure to not run out of soap! The large packages of refill soap are $6.99 each – the best price I could find, period. If you guys find a better price, please let me know – whether it’s online or offline!
Boiron Products – 25% off at Well.ca until October 25, 2020
Boiron products are a wide range of homeopathic and natural treatments and therapies for cold and flu season. All of these products are on for 25% off until October 25. They have family bundles of cold and flu natural medicines – this one is on sale for $39.13 right now and includes Oscillococcinum and Boiron Stodal for Adults syrup. (That is their type of homeopathic cough and cold syrup; excellent if you want to try something more naturally derived than the cough syrup you generally can get at the drug store.)
CLEARANCE ITEMS at Well.ca this Week
Now for the ultimate money savers! These items are up to 60% off in Well.ca’s clearance section. We’ll start with the cheapest items first, because you know we like cheap around here. 😉
Only $0.25 for SunBum lip balm – I picked up four of the coconut lip balms, because hey – 4 for a buck is an eyepopping kind of deal! Oops, the coconut is sold out but there is still a banana variety that gets a very good rating and a pomegranate flavour too. Has an SPF of 30, which is handy to keep your lips protected in the sometimes harsh sun of winter. (Which has well and truly arrived here in Calgary. Ugh.)
Only $1.50 for Badger Natural Kids sunscreen – regularly $29.00 – Wowser! i need to post these bargains quickly so you guys actually get a chance to snag these before they’re all gone. SPF 40 by the way – and I’m pretty sure the sunscreen police won’t charge you IF you as an adult wear this kids’ sunscreen. (Wish I had seen this one before I placed my order! hahaha)
Only $4.00 for Little Ones toy cleaner– all natural toy cleaner to scrub clean those toys that kids get yucky. Which, of course, is all the toys they touch! The brand on this is Attitude Nature Plus.
I hope you guys can snag whatever items it is you need this week from Well.ca. I seriously want to post this in the hopes that you can get some of these incredible deals before they’re gone. And as a helpful reminder: Shipping is FREE on Well.ca when you spend $35 or more.
Happy shopping, everyone! And hope there’s less snow where you are.
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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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Am I the only one who gets super excited when Burt’s Bees stuff goes on sale? Oh come on, admit it! You love Burt’s Bees too, just like I do. But my very favourite product of theirs is their classic, original peppermint lip balm.
It’s all natural! The ingredients in this soothing balm are: Beeswax, coconut oil, sunflower seed oil, peppermint oil (which gives this balm that awesome zing on your lips!), lanolin, tocopherol, rosemary leaf extract, soybean oil, canola oil and limonene.
Allergy warning: Contains soy.
Never contains parabens, phthalates, petrolatum, or SLS. It’s just important to know what nasty stuff ISN’T in this balm, right?
Peppermint oil naturally plumps up your lips! Who knew? We can have nice, moisturized and plumped up lips for under three bucks. Not too shabby…
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Here’s a fantastic deal for all of you parents and grandparents getting ready to send your children back to school. (In whatever form that may take!) Save over $3.00 on a large 96-crayon pack of Crayola crayons. This pack comes with a reusable crayon sharpener build right into the pack! I remember those…
Crayola also has a special event on at Amazon.ca right now, where you can get an extra 15% off Crayola crayons and other products when you spend at least $25. Be sure to check that out if you’re stocking up for back to school. 🙂
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Hello fellow book lovers! I’ve just had a very fun time perusing BookOutlet.ca for some of the best new bargain books available. During this ongoing pandemic we have more time than ever to enjoy some quality reading time, and so I hope you’ll be able to take advantage of some of these book bargains. Enjoy! (And make sure to brew up a cup of tea or coffee to wrap one hand around, while the other is lovingly holding a new book! Pure bliss…)
So far I’ve personally ordered from BookOutlet twice, and even when the shipping times were slower due to the pandemic – I was super pleased with both orders. The first time it took around 3 weeks to arrive, but my latest order only took less than 2 weeks to get here. And considering that the shipping is free, I thought that was very reasonable.
And when that box of books arrives, well, it’s a pretty exciting time! My cat Milo is also excited, because he gets to play with the box and the heavy-duty packing paper the order arrives in. We all win!
Extra 20% on all books right now! These prices will be shown, below.
Top 5 Choices of Books on Sale at BookOutlet .ca this Week
The Dirty, Lazy Keto Cookbook by Stephanie and William Laska – Was $26.99 Now $10.79! Filled with awesome Keto-friendly recipes such as Hillbilly Pot Roast with ‘Taters’, and Debauchery Chocolate Brownies. Yum! Stephanie Laska lost 140 pounds using the Keto diet, and she shares the favourite recipes she developed to help her stay on track.
Things You Save in a Fire (Novel) by Stephanie Center – Was $36.99 Now $12.97 – Listed as a LibraryReads Pick in August 2019, and a Good Housekeeping Summer Reads Pick for 2019 as well. Here’s a little snippet from the book description: “Cassie Hanwell was born for emergencies. As one of the only female firefighters in her Texas firehouse, she’s seen her fair share of them, and she’s a total pro at other people’s tragedies. But when her estranged and ailing mother asks her to give up her whole life and move to Boston, Cassie suddenly has an emergency of her own.“
Sammy the Seal (Children’s Book) by Syd Hoff – An I Can Read Book (Pre-grade 1 reading level) – Was $5.99 Now $2.20 – An adorable little children’s book! Sammy the Seal takes on the city, and goes to the zoo and meets up with a bunch of school children . He even learns to read! What a clever little seal he is. 😉
The Everything Easy Instant Pot Cookbook – Over 300 Recipes – by Kelly Jaggers – Was $26.99 Now $7.75 – An Instant Pot acts as a pressure cooker, steamer, slow cooker – all in one! This book is a great gift idea, as it has ideas for every type of meal or snack – from breakfast to main dishes, and even desserts. Nice, easy recipe ideas for everyday family cooking. You can even make poached eggs in the Instant Pot! I had no idea…(Also, if you want to bake cakes in your Instant Pot, this beautiful 7-inch cake pan will fit perfectly.)
Good Night Peter – a Peter Rabbit Book – Was $10.99 Now $4.23 – An adorable little board book with the beautiful watercolour illustrations we all know and love. An excellent story to read your little ones at bedtime.
There are our picks of the week for Book Outlet’s greatest deals. Shipping is free if you purchase over $49! (Which – trust me – is not hard to do.) Enjoy some relaxing read time this summer out in the sun, or curled up in your favourite cozy hideaway spot. Or pick up a few childrens’ books at just a fraction of the cost. Books are a wonderful gift to give to kids. 🙂
This may not be a very glamorous post, but if like me you’re starting to re-stock your pantry from the beginning of the pandemic, then this might be an important post after all! Cans of Heinz baked beans are an excellent pantry standard – they’re a good source of protein and they taste delicious, too. Amazon has been low on most types of baked beans lately, but I managed to find this variety in stock: the Maple baked beans.
This is an Add-On product at Amazon. Add-on items are low-cost items that are available to purchase with a total of $25.00 of products purchased at the same time. This way we can purchase small items that wouldn’t normally be available with free shipping! When I’m placing an Amazon order anyway, I always add on (ha!) a few of these items to top up the pantry. It certainly never hurts to have a few extra cans of food around nowadays.
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Add a touch of green to your kitchen OR office with these adorable little plant pots. Oh, and did I mention they’re magnetic!?! So, you can add a sweet little plant to a space you’d normally not be able to – like a fridge, or even a filing cabinet. And they’re 20% off right now – only $4.76 each.
Hooray, it’s time for Summer Drink Days again! Were you thinking that maybe Summer Drink Days weren’t going to happen at all this year at McDonald’s? Fear not, bargaineers! Summer Drink Days are almost back…in fact, they get started on June 29 this year. So, when you’re hitting the road for an awesome (socially distant and pefectly safe) road trip, you can hit up a Mickey D’s and get some refreshing cool beverages for the whole family. Yummm…Here are the delicious icy drink options this year:
Fountain drinks of any size – Soda, pop – Varieties include Coke, Sprite, and I believe there’s often iced tea.
For $2 you can get:
Small or medium Minute Maid slushie. These are a fairly new menu item at McDonald’s, and they come in a variety of flavours: Lemonade, Fruit Punch or Blue Raspberry. Sounds super refreshing! (Varieties may be different depending on where you live.)
Real Fruit smoothies – Available in small size only. Strawberry Banana or Wild Berry flavours.
Small iced frappe – Sort of like a Starbucks Frappuccino! Available for $2 in the small size.
For only a buck or two, you can seriously cool off with a delicious drink from McDonald’s. Very handy as the weather heats up.