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Ontario Your OCT used to be a passport to some pretty incredible deals, but the College's discount program has now been wound up. However, that doesn't mean teachers in Toronto or York don't have ways to save. The best way to find local deals is to sign up for an Edvantage card. With one of these in your wallet, you can save money at attractions like Canada's Wonderland, opticians like Hakim Optical and even the spa facilities covered by WaySpa. Edvantage is sponsored by OTIP – the state teachers insurance plan – so it should cover the kind of things teachers need. Some major attractions also cater for teacher discounts. For instance, the Royal Ontario Museum offers 20% off admission for OCT members. The Art Gallery of Ontario also runs a Teacher Access Program, which allows teachers to visit for free at any time. … [Read more...] about The Best Teacher Discounts in Canada 2018
Lucky for us bargain-hunters, Toys R Us Canada has a pretty extensive price match policy. If you find something for a lower price at another store, it's worth seeing if Toys R Us will match (or even beat) that deal. First, make sure the items you're comparing actually are identical and you can prove a competitor is offering a lower price (with a catalogue, flyer or receipt). Price match services are offered in stores, or you can submit a price match request for consideration online. … [Read more...] about The Complete Toys R Us Canada Sale Calendar (2019)
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