If you are like me, you are constantly on the look out for simple ways to legally get your hands on (good) new music for free. Amazon’s Artists to Watch feature is my most recent discovery of that type, helping me to discover new artists effortlessly.
Here’s a little piece for my fellow Canadians who like to shop online or who are contemplating it and are wondering if there are many of them out. Well, we can start by answering this question with a big “Yes”, you are not alone. More and more Canadians are buying online, and more regularly too.
On this blog we often mention freebies for free games, but this edition has a bit of a different twist to it as the game featured in this edition aims at teaching us a valuable lesson regarding our financial situation rather than providing an opportunity to escape life’s daily routine.
The people at Amazon.ca obviously know that the more they get their customers to come back and complete purchases, the better their business will be doing. This is easier said than done though. How do you actually motivate your customers to use your online store more frequently?
Going through flyers every week can be a rather time consuming activity. Thankfully there are several services out there that aim at making this process simpler, and hopefully more satisfying. One of these is SaleWhale.ca, which enables users to rapidly browse their region’s weekly flyers or to find all the in-store offers available for a specific brand or product.
How would you like to start getting cash back for making purchases at the grocery that you would make anyway? Well, this is exactly what a Toronto-based company called Checkout 51 is offering with its practical app or via its website.
Last year, Harry’s Shave was trying to create some buzz around the launch of their website by offering a prize to anyone who referred a friend. The only catch was that they we rent’s shipping to Canada yet. Well, this isn’t true anymore because Harrys.com now has a flat $6 delivery rate.
West 49, one of Canada’s premier skateshops, has started issuing some pretty solid weekly offers on select categories of items. For example, on the first week they were selling all tanks and t-shirts with a $10 discount, whereas on the second week all shorts and boardshorts that had an equivalent rebate. Pretty impressive isn’t?
While the disappearance of Flappy Bird from the App Store and Google Play Store took many by surprise, there are several other comparable options available to gamers. Rest assured, these are often as difficult and potentially addictive as the original one.
All right, I have to admit that I went out searching for the the cheesiest movie cover I could find Now that I have your attention, I’d like to wish everyone a Happy Valentine’s Day. I know this isn’t necessarily the most serious of festivities, but it sure is a good excuse to spend some quality time with that special someone in your life.