11 Canada Day deals you have to take advantage of
Now is the time to stock up on everything from shoes to electronics. Plus, you can even score some deals on activities to keep the family busy over the holiday.
1. Hudson's Bay
Stock up on patriotic garb, "Made in Canada" furniture and outdoor summer essentials on Hudson Bay's website. With furniture savings up to 50 per cent, it's a good time to upgrade your decor. Offers are valid until July 2.
2. GLOBO Shoes
Enjoy 25 per cent off all regularly priced shoes on Canada Day on GLOBO's website. You can score summer sandals for less than $20.
3. The Source
The Source's "Heck Yeah, We're Canadian" sale begins as the clock strikes midnight of the 1st and ends at 11:59 p.m. the same day. Look out for major savings on fitness trackers, metal detectors, tablets, karaoke systems and many more items.
4. Sticker You
Using code OCANADA14, you can get 14 per cent off all orders under $100. This is a good time to get those wedding favor labels if your big day is coming up.
Leave it to Amazon to offer some of the best deals for Canada Day. Check daily for the featured deal of the day, otherwise you can save up to 60 per cent on items like a wireless printer.
Love music? Ticketmaster is rewarding Canadian music enthusiasts with selected concert tickets for only $20. Be sure to look for shows with the #LOVELIVE, which is included in this deal.
Get 40 per cent off everything sitewide using promo code CANADA40.
9. Best Buy
Best Buy's online-only sale actually started on June 30 at 5 p.m. The store will be offering incredible savings on laptops, TVs, cellphones, digital cameras, speakers, kitchen appliances and much more — but only for a day.
10. Yamnuska Mountain Adventures
If you're not really interested in shopping and would rather score a deal on things to do, why not book a trip from July 1 to July 7, and get 15 per cent off.
11. National parks
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Enjoy free admission at national parks on Canada Day. You're guaranteed to enjoy some entertainment and patriotic activities to complement the free admission.