Cyber Monday Day : Dell Eneloops, Cyberpower UPS, Dell 24” monitor U2414H and more to come.

 Dell Eneloop 8xAA + 4xAAA – 29$

For those who doesn’t own Eneloop batteries so far, this is THE time. I own them since years, it’s the best batteries on the market hands down. A must have in any houses.

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CyberPower CP1500PFCLCD PFC Sinewave UPS – 155$

Great price on this quality UPS,  the lowest price we’ve seen.

Dell Ultrasharp 24” U2414H : Link – 229$

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The best Canadian Black Friday deals




We can already say that the Sennheiser HD598 headphones on Amazon won the Canadians black Friday.

Microsoft all in one keyboard –  23$ : LINK


Sennheiser HD598 –  109$: LINK


Logitech G602 Wireless Mouse – 39$ : LINK


Philips 40” 4K Monitor – 699$  : LINK


Xbox ONE 1TB Bundle with Fallout 3, 4 and NHL 16 – 399$ : LINK



NBA2K6 [PRICE will be active at 3am] – 26.99$ : LINK


Lexar 32GB Class 10 SDHC microSDHC – 12.88$ : LINK



Ryobi Drill and Impact Driver Kit Lithium battery 18 V – 99$ : LINK


PS4 500GB Uncharted Bundle – 399$ : LINK



Crucial 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR3/DDR3L 1600 MHz (PC3-12800) CL11 SODIMM – 75$ :  LINK 



Black Friday is just around the corner


Black friday is coming

It is, but Canadian Black Friday and the so-called Cyber Monday isn’t as epic as the USA one.

Year after year, retailers try to come with a black friday sale but it’s rarely worth it’s name, that’s right, most deals are not better than any other deals during the year, and it’s sad.

There’s usually just a few deals worth mentioning out and I will post them here as soon as they appear with the word Black Friday in the title.

There’s always some very good “door crashers” type of deals, but usually, quantities are VERY limited and unless you want to spend a cold morning and day off waiting in line and getting crushed by Steve, it’s definitely not worth it in my book. That’s why I’ll concentrate on the online deals, as usual.

Stay tuned – it’s coming.

Instant Pot pressure cooker 99$ + free shipping

Lowest price we’ve seen so far for this pressure cooker, great Christmas gift.

This is a lightning deal, so this deal has a timer and only a certain amount of person can claim it, so ACT FAST.

It is programmable and includes various tools, one of the best rated pressure cooker on Amazon.

This is one killer bang for the buck at that price.


Lowest price we've seen.

Lowest price we’ve seen.

Specifications :

  • 6-in-1 Multi-Functional Cooker (Pressure Cooker, Saute/Browning, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer and Warmer). Large, Easy to Use Control Panel
  • 10 Built-in Smart Programs: Meat/Stew, Saute, Poultry, Soup, Bean/Chili, Congee, Steam, Multigrain, Rice and Slow Cook with 3 Adjustable Modes
  • 10 Proven Safety Mechanisms: UL and ULC Certified, Safe, Convenient and Dependable
  • Delay Cooking Timer: Up to 24-Hour, Automatic Keep-warm, Manual Setting: Up to 120 Minute Cook Time, 3 Temperatures for Saute/Browning and Slow Cook
  • 6L/6.33Qt 3-Ply Bottom Stainless Steel Cooking Pot, Stainless Steel Steaming Rack

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How it works

businessman leaning against a concrete wall with color city concept

How often do you hear someone say “I bought this – got a huge deal on it” ?

Most of the time, it wasn’t a real deal. Fact of the manner is that most flyer deals you see every week aren’t real deals either. It’s called marketing.

Most retailers just boost up their prices prior and advertise “40% OFF” or “WE PAY THE TAXES”.

Indeed, most normal human being don’t have time to monitor prices fluctuation, nor have the memory to remember at what price that item was at location X during Z time period. So you run to the store, after a hard day at work, buy the item you’ve been eyeing since three weeks. You get to the checkout lane, so confident you made a huge deal. You go back to your car, check your receipt and see “YOU JUST SAVED 40$”. Great deal you tell yourself, you go home and show your wife how much of a huge deal you got.

But it wasn’t a huge deal, marketing got you, and I am amazed how human beings gets caught so easily, every time. I’m here to help you.

… And that is exactly why I created

We monitor, with bots and algorithms :

  • Price drops : retailers price drops, those happens frequently but most retailers advertised them as deals, beware, i’ll also indicate it.
  • Price errors : you have to act VERY fast with those, I will mention PRICE ERROR in the post title when it happens, you have to buy as fast as possible to have a chance.
  • Real deals : those deals who comes once every few months, mostly from big online retailers who can afford to sell lower than the MSRP

The gas station case

Here’s another thing, how many times you pass by a gas station, see a huge line-up. You set your eyes on the other side of the street, oh, the gas station in front is 4 cents below the one with the line-up.

I always end up in the empty gas station, why ?

Say one station has a price of 1.12$/Liter and the other one, still at 1.24$/Liter.

Everyone is at the 1.12$/Liters station, right, a 10 minutes lineup.

Say you drive a Honda Civic, the most sold car in Canada, it has a 46.9 Liters tank. Say you’re 3/4 empty, you put 35L of gas.

Station A @ 1.12 L cost you 39.20$ to fill up, at least 10 minutes wasted.

Station B @ 1.24L cost you 43.40$ to fill up, zero time wasted.

So you waited 10 minutes, raging impatiently to save 4.20$ ? That’s right.

And yet – people don’t take time to shop around the internet to save more than 10-500$ on electronics and various household items ?

… And that is exactly why I created, enjoy.


VIZIO 65” 4K price drop – 1789$ , Tassimo Coffee Maker T47 48$ + free shipping

4K TVs prices are starting to drop :

This TV has great reviews, suitable for gaming also.

Specs :




Direct link :  : Bestbuy


Lowest we’ve seen so far on this Tassimo :


price drop

Don’t forget to select the super free shipping if you’re not a prime member

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