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Canadian Tire Red Thursday Flyer is Up

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Nov 23, 2014
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Canadian Tire Red Thursday Flyer is Up

The Canadian Tire Black Friday Flyer is now available on RedFlagDeals.com!

Canadian Tire is kicking off their Black Friday deals with Red Thursday on November 22 and then continuing deals all weekend through Sunday, November 25! This year's flyer contains a few noteworthy deals, including an Instant Pot Duo 6-Qt. 7-in-1 Pressure Cooker for $64.99, the iRobot Roomba 614 Robot Vacuum for $247.99, and 50% off Canadian Tire Roadside Assistance plans.

Take a look below at some of the best deals from the Canadian Tire's Black Friday flyer:

Appliances and Kitchen:
Home Comfort and Cleaning:
Smart Home:
Automotive:
Home Decor:
Home Improvement and Tools:
Electronics and Accessories:
Outdoor/Yard:
Exercise:
Toys:
Holiday:
This flyer is effective from November 22 through November 25 at all Canadian Tire store locations, which the exception of Winkler and Steinbach which will run the sale November 22, 23, 24, and 26. Note that most store locations will open their doors at 7 AM on November 22 and 23.
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Nov 26, 2015
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Gotta love Crappy Tire and their $1600 set of "Artiste" pots and pans. Is this some kind of joke?
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Apr 1, 2009
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Terrace
Very surprised the legendary Sylvania 4K TVs aren't being advertised by Canadian Tire.
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Jan 16, 2011
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Mok122cobra wrote: Gotta love Crappy Tire and their $1600 set of "Artiste" pots and pans. Is this some kind of joke?
Nope, they are made of tungstanium carbmond found in one mine deep in the Kazakh steepe. Sherpas use small mining tools powered by Chanel #5 to get flakes of the precious metal and fill a 1066 French gold thimble once a day. That thimble is airlifted by private jet daily to Peru where it is taken via llama caravan over the andies mountains to a primal village of hipster Amazonian metal Smith's who were trained in the ways of Damascus Steel by Hattori Hanzo (they had vermin to kill). There it is forged in secret kiln's fired with only macaw feathers and charcoal from trees scorched by falling metorites. Each piece is quenched with the tears of a virgin watching 'The Postman'.

How can you NOT pay for such artisan quality!!
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May 13, 2015
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I don't need any luggage... but $40 for that set looks pretty sweet.

someone please stop me.
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Jul 5, 2018
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kr0zet wrote: Nope, they are made of tungstanium carbmond found in one mine deep in the Kazakh steepe. Sherpas use small mining tools powered by Chanel #5 to get flakes of the precious metal and fill a 1066 French gold thimble once a day. That thimble is airlifted by private jet daily to Peru where it is taken via llama caravan over the andies mountains to a primal village of hipster Amazonian metal Smith's who were trained in the ways of Damascus Steel by Hattori Hanzo (they had vermin to kill). There it is forged in secret kiln's fired with only macaw feathers and charcoal from trees scorched by falling metorites. Each piece is quenched with the tears of a virgin watching 'The Postman'.

How can you NOT pay for such artisan quality!!
I was going to give my endorsement on this but I see you already have. I second this person's motion as factual.
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May 30, 2011
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Mok122cobra wrote: Gotta love Crappy Tire and their $1600 set of "Artiste" pots and pans. Is this some kind of joke?
$1769.98 is the regular price. Saw it on the shelf tonight (online inventory shows my store has 86 of them - there were 5 on the shelf).
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Sep 13, 2003
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These "BF" sales at Canadian Tire is the same flyer as every other flyer they have. 80% off MSRP LOL. Luggages, pots and pants, and dollarama crap GALORE!

Or go to Home Depot and buy stuff at normal fair honest pricing.
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Nov 10, 2003
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Is the 50" LG 50UK6300 for $549 a decent deal?
Newbie
Nov 1, 2018
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I was wondering the same. Someone please shed some light here..
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Jan 26, 2011
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I saw those screwdrivers for over a hundred bucks in store the other day. That was the one week it's at that price so they can advertise them at 80% of the rest of the year.
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Apr 1, 2009
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Terrace
I hope their BF sales bomb in comparison to last year so it shows them that this bullshit mark up strategy won't work.
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Nov 7, 2007
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The DELTA IN2ITION Shower head at 29.99 looks like a pretty good deal. I bought it for 37 at CT not too long ago.
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kr0zet wrote: Nope, they are made of tungstanium carbmond found in one mine deep in the Kazakh steepe. Sherpas use small mining tools powered by Chanel #5 to get flakes of the precious metal and fill a 1066 French gold thimble once a day. That thimble is airlifted by private jet daily to Peru where it is taken via llama caravan over the andies mountains to a primal village of hipster Amazonian metal Smith's who were trained in the ways of Damascus Steel by Hattori Hanzo (they had vermin to kill). There it is forged in secret kiln's fired with only macaw feathers and charcoal from trees scorched by falling metorites. Each piece is quenched with the tears of a virgin watching 'The Postman'.

How can you NOT pay for such artisan quality!!
Bravo, how on earth did you come up with this amazingly descriptive exotic tale?
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May 1, 2011
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oshier wrote: Is the 50" LG 50UK6300 for $549 a decent deal?
All most? Other than OLED, most of the LG if not all their panels are RGBW where every 4th pixel is a white pixel instead of a colour. This allows for a brighter screen and maybe some other benefits but means a 25% reduction in resolution compared to other 4k tvs. While you will still get a nice picture, it's not truly 4k.

Most reviews will back up that you do not get as good a picture as a true 4k screen.

I am in the market and have written off LG due to this. IMHO, what is the point of getting a pseudo 4k tv, unless it was at a much lower price.
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Oct 25, 2009
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Calgary
WHat horrible sale for BF, looks like a typical weekly sale, epic fail

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