Saturday, March 28, 2015

Chocolate Purdy's - One Click Away

Easter is coming and you cannot go without Easter bunnies! Chocolate Easter bunnies are a must for us and our friends. During the last two years I decided not to buy cheap ones, but add a couple of dollars more to make sure the bunnies are made of good chocolate. Well, the kids were happy!

This year around I am trying Purdy's chocolate. I bought it a couple of times in the past and have a very positive feedback on the quality of Purdy's chocolates. 

I was pleasantly surprised when I learned that Purdy's chocolates can be bought online. I am also happy I have an opportunity to mention about it not only to my circle, but also to the readers of this blog. With the coming of Easter, let's see how we can satisfy our sweet tooth... 

Read on if you are already salivating. There will be more yummy images!


Saturday, March 21, 2015

Invest in Coins with Royal Canadian Mint

If you are trying to figure out ways to diversify your investments, here is another one to consider seriously: investing in Royal Canadian Mint coins. Let's look at coins as an investment tool. Read on to see a couple of important techniques behind coin investing.

First off, I will cover what you don't want to do when it comes to buying coins for investing purposes:

1) Don't buy coins immediately from TV shop. Shop around!

From time to time we see coins sold on TV (a pretty widespread practice in the US). You want to be really careful with TV shops. Before you take out your credit card and give it to the dealer on the phone, shop around. There were plenty of evidence that TV shops inflate the price of coins. Same exact coins could be bought from your local coin dealer for less expensive.

2) Don't buy immediately from private mints. Shop around!
Yes, you might fall on private mints. There were warnings issued in the past that some private mints issue coins with quantities of precious metals much lower than advertised. So, before buying from a private mint, check this mint's reputation online.

So, what do you need to do if you are ready to invest in coins? Well, in Canada you would go to the Royal Canadian Mint. The Royal Canadian Mint is a Canadian Crown Corporation, 100% owned by the Canadian Government. But what to buy from them so that it's a good investment? Read on!


Get a Free Travel Bag from Bench Canada

Want to get a free trendy bag from a well-known clothing brand? Yes, it's completely free. Bench Canada is offering you such an opportunity until April 13, 2015. Check this promo out below!


Wednesday, March 11, 2015

New Coupons at Costco Canada

Benefit from these offers available at your local Costco and on Costco.ca. There are 19 new coupons that you can use in-store between March 9 and March 15, 2015 in Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes.


Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Vachon Contest: Find the Lucky Coin

Hey, would you like to go to California without paying anything? Well, Vachon offers such an opportunity to try your chance and possibly win within the new Find the Lucky Coin Contest. By participating in the contest you are running a chance to win $50,000 in prizes, including a trip for two to California! See the details below.


Sunday, March 8, 2015

How to Organize Your Coupons

If you arrive to this website, you are probably an active user of coupons. You have probably collected between 5 to tens of coupons. The question is how to organize these coupons so that it’s easy to retrieve them at the right moment.

You don’t really want to fall into a situation when you have plenty of coupons, but they expire because you forgot about them as they were hidden from your sight and your mind.

My best advice to you is: Keep things organized!

Organizing coupons is my bread and butter. I would not say that I am a discipline freak, but I try keeping everything organized. When it comes to money (yes, I consider coupons as earned money), I know it’s good to have a good system to handle all the “paperword” coming my way from coupon inserts, internet-ordered and printed coupons.

I’ve seen and used these 2 methods of organizing coupons.


Purina Tidy Cats Coupon

Do you have a cat? If yes, here is a coupon you may consider. You can now print a new $2 coupon for Purina Tidy Cats. See more details below.


Wednesday, March 4, 2015

5 Best-selling Products on Amazon Canada

From time to time I buy electronic products and books on Amazon.ca. I find that the services of Amazon have improved these days compared to, say, 2011-2012. This is great!

I also prefer browsing online when it comes to electronics simply because I can easily compare products and read comments from people. Well, I will be honest - I go to 2-3 sites to compare prices before even considering buying the product. Amazon does not always comes as my winner. Still, Amazon.ca is a great market place where you can find real pearls!

Here are 5 best-selling products on Amazon Canada. If these products appeal to you or if you plan on buying something similar, I am inviting you to check them out:

 Google Chromecast HDMI Streaming Media Player (compatible au Canada):

Chromecast is a small multimedia key to be attached to your TV (HDMI port). Once there, you will be able to project your photos, movies, videos, music from your smartphone or tablet to your TV. A great little toy! Price: $39


Monday, March 2, 2015

New DanActive Coupon

DanActive has announced a new coupon valued at $3 and valid when you purchase 2 DanActive packs (8 x 93 ml)). See the details below.


Nutrience Coupon in Canada

Nutrience, one of the famous brands of dog and cat foods in Canada, is now offering a $0.50 coupon that you can download and print at home. See the details below.


New Coupons: Windex, Glade, Ziploc

SC Johnson has 10 coupons on its coupon portal. These coupons allows savings going up to $25. The coupons include products of these brands: Windex, Glade, Ziploc, Scrubbing Bubble and Pledge.