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Cyber Monday Offers

The offers continue, this time for Cyber Monday :

Looking For An Instrument Or Accessories ?

GuitarCenter.com has extended numerous offers for Canadians, including their free shipping offer for orders over $199 Canadian.

Until July 16th, you will be able to enjoy the aforementioned free shipping offer and 5% off orders over $199 Canadian with coupon code LESPAUL. You can also use this LESPAUL coupon code to get 10% off orders over $999 Canadian until July 16th, 2013.

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On Par Savings + Free Shipping On Instruments

Both GuitarCenter.com and Musician’s Friend are now offering deals to Canadians.

They are both offering free shipping on orders over $199. And are both offering percentages off orders over $199 or $999.

    GuitarCenter.com

  • 5% Off Orders Over $199 – Use Coupon Code LESPAUL5
  • 10% Off Orders Over $999 – Use Coupon Code LESPAUL10
    Musician’s Friend

  • 5% Off Orders Over $199 – Use Coupon Code GIBSON5
  • 10% Off Orders Over $999 – Use Coupon Code GIBSON10

Both offers end on April 9th, 2013. And not that the Canadian dollar is currently on par with the US greenback so this would be a great time to buy instruments or accessories.

Why Wait In Line ?

Seriously, before you go out and wait in line for hours to get into a crowded electronics superstore, look online for deals. You could find the very product you’re looking for, for the same price or less.

There are some pretty decent deals going on at Amazon.ca, Best Buy Canada, chapters.indigo.ca , Dell Canada, Future Shop, iTunesicon, Kobo Books, iNetVideo Canada (Click Here to shop iNetVideo.ca Now!), Newegg.ca, Sears.ca, Shop.ca, Sony Canada (Sony Boxing Week Blowout Deals! Save up to $700. Limited time & while supplies last.), The Source and Tigerdirect.caicon.

Best Buy Canada and Future Shop shoppers did encounter some glitches last night but the sites say these issues have been dealt with.

Boxing Day Sales Start Tonight

You’ll notice that most retailers are starting their boxing day sales as early as 8pm tonight, like Best Buy, Future Shop and The Source. But some have already started offering Boxing Week specials like iTunesicon and Amazon.ca, where you can find deep discounts on music and film.

I just took advantage of this sale to upgrade my X-Men collection to blu-ray by placing an order for the X-Men Trilogy and X-Men: First Class. It was way too tempting.

Also tempting are those $50 iTunesicon gift cards that are being offered for $39 at Best Buy Canada and Future Shop stores, as part of their boxing day sales, though I’m still weighing my options when it comes to a streaming player for my television.

BTW, if you’re looking for gift cards, my guide is online and will be expanded shortly.

Black Friday Week In Canada ?

Yesterday I happen to go shopping at my local Real Canadian Superstore when I was handed a flyer saying they were having a Black Friday sale. So now I’m on the hunt to find other Canadian retailers that have decided to follow this American tradition, for some deals.

It appears that I’ve just missed an early Black Friday sale at Tiger Direct Canadaicon but I’m guessing they will probably have a sale on the day itself, or perhaps a sale through-out the week.

Amazon.com are running banners advertising their Black Friday Week deals on Cameras, Computers, Computer Accessories, Watches, Blu-Rays and DVDs. But nothing pops up on Amazon.ca yet. I guess I’ll need to keep an eye on their Deals Store this morning. Or is their Holiday Markdowns page their version of the Black Friday Week sale ?

Sears Canada is currently running their own version of Black Friday week up to midnight Tuesday so they could be planning on having an official Black Friday sale.

Bestbuy and Future Shop are not having Black Friday week sales but keeping their best deals for next weekend. Details can be obtained by subscribing to their newsletter.

Newegg.ca are offering discounts on weekends through-out “Black November”. And though not officially calling their specials a Black Friday sale like their American counterpart, iNetVideo Canada appears to be offering similar deals on blu-rays and DVDs (Click Here to shop iNetVideo.ca Now!).

Shop.ca and chapters.indigo.ca are only offering free shipping for now but they may do something on Friday.

In regards to holiday cards and calendars, Personalized Calendars are 50% off at Vistaprint until the 30th. It also appears that Zazzle Canada are also going to offer deals on their products this week.