Finance Fox Weekend Recap – No Minimum Monday Edition!

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I’m unsure of how much online shopping you do, but you should know that this coming Monday – December 10th is No Minimum Monday. This is a one day event where many stores will be offering totally free shipping to Canada with no minimum spend.

No Minimum Monday was started last year and has taken the Canadian online shopping by storm. The promotion inaugurated and is primarily arranged by Canadian shopping community, Bargainmoose.ca. They did all the hard work and got in touch with numerous Canadian stores to participate in this exciting one day event. So far there are 59 retailers participating and in addition to free shipping offers, certain retailers are even offering additional discounts on top.

So, if you’re looking to wrap up your Christmas shopping or simply find something for yourself, ensure that you take advantage of this special opportunity. More than likely with two weeks to go most of the stores participating will be able to deliver before Christmas, but don’t take my word for it, check with the retailer on the shipping page to ensure.

Visit the official No Minimum Monday page for full details, exclusive coupons and all the details.

Let me know how you make out and if you take advantage of this, but in the mean time, here are some awesome personal finance reads from this week.

iHeartBudgets – You can get some great deals on decorations, but you can save even more money by getting a little creative with your Xmas decorations. Here are 5 simple ways to save money on Christmas decorations.

The Outlier Model –  Passwords are important as they literally hold the key to your email, your bank account and basically any type of account you may have online. Recently there have been quite a few twitter accounts hacked, which made me change my password again. Here’s a great post with tips on how to keep your passwords safe.

One Smart Dollar – The goal of retiring some day is to be in a position where you no longer have to earn a living. While not all companies will pay dividends, there are those that do so, so here’s what it means to be living off income from dividends.

My Own Advisor – Staying with the dividends and earning an income from them, Mark put together a solid list of 23 Canadian paying dividend paying stocks.

Frugal Portland – The first most important thing is having a warm, safe place to sleep, and the second most important thing in life is eating. Here are ten unique way to save on groceries.

Eyes on the Dollar – Do you align your spending, time and energy with your values? Do your purchases reflect your values? If you want to make the most of your money you need to match your spending with your personal values.

Work Save Live – Jason and his cooking skills go onto display again with his sausage chilli recipe. Looks yummy!!

Yekezie – Over the years plenty of blogger’s completely lost their audiences and quit because their blogs became all about making money online. When money is your primary focus, and you aren’t making enough of it, things get disheartening really quick! That’s why the best affiliate products are your own.

Pelican on Money – Millions of gift cards are purchased as Christmas gifts every year, but don’t you just hate getting a cheesy gift card? Well you can become a better gift card giver with this post on 10 cheap and practical gift card ideas that don’t suck.

Thanks for stopping by and being part of this weekend’s Finance Fox Weekend Recap. We hope you enjoyed this week’s awesome reads, and see us again right here next weekend where we’ll do it all over again.

Hope you enjoy your weekend.

Eddie

Photo Credit (bargainmoose.ca)

Comments

  1. Thanks eddie!!

    There are actually about 130 Canadian stores on board now, with more to come!
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  2. Thanks a lot Eddie. Have a great weekend.

  3. Your “No Minimum Monday” is similar to our “Free Shipping Day” here in the states. We have over 1,000 retailers on board that will ship products for free by Christmas Eve. These programs seem to be very popular.
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  4. Thanks for mentioning me here! I have to be honest, we Americans are clueless about Canadian stuff (or maybe it’s just me). Ask me who your prime minister is :) LOL. Anyway… who wouldn’t want free shipping with their purchases!
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  5. Thank you for the mention, Eddie! I like the idea of no minimum Monday (though holy moly it’s a mouthful!).
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  6. Thanks for the mention. I think every Monday should be No Minimum Monday. Just sounds fun.
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  7. Thanks for the blog shoutout!

    Cheers,
    Mark
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  8. Thanks for your article. I think, every term is effective.
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