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Black Friday starts with Red Thursday at Canadian Tire, where they've released their latest flyer with 12 pages of Black Friday offers!

If you're shopping on November 24, you can get $60.00 in bonus CT money when you spend $400.00 or more on almost anything in-store or online. Drivers will also want to take note that Canadian Tire's discount on roadside assistance is back this Black Friday, as they're offering 30% off all Road Assistance plans starting on November 24.

Offers start November 24 and we've listed some of the best Red Thursday and Black Friday deals from Canadian Tire below.

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This flyer is effective November 24 to December 1 online and at all Canadian Tire store locations. Online shipping is available for most items starting at just $5.99. In-stock items are also available for in-store or curbside pickup.


Posted November 14: Early Black Friday Deals (Valid November 17-24)

Get a head-start on Black Friday at Canadian Tire, where they've introduced a number of Early Black Friday deals in this week's flyer from Ninja, Bissell, Pro-Form and more!

Canadian Tire will be introducing new deals every week leading up to Black Friday. Early Black Friday deals won't go any lower for the rest of the year, so now's your chance to pick them up ahead of the crowds! We've listed some of the best Early Black Friday deals from Canadian Tire below.

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If you're looking for even more deals, check out the regular offers in Canadian Tire's weekly flyer here.

This flyer is effective November 17-24 online and at all Canadian Tire store locations. Online shipping is available for most items starting at just $5.99. In-stock items are also available for in-store or curbside pickup.


Posted November 9: Early Black Friday Deals (Valid November 10-17)

Get a head-start on Black Friday at Canadian Tire, where they've introduced a number of Early Black Friday deals in this week's flyer from Stanley, Bissell, T-Fal and more!

Canadian Tire will be introducing new deals every week leading up to Black Friday. Early Black Friday deals won't go any lower for the rest of the year, so now's your chance to pick them up ahead of the crowds! We've listed some of the best Early Black Friday deals from Canadian Tire below.

Kitchen/Appliances:

Automotive:

Cleaning and Home Appliances:

Home Improvement and Tools:

Holiday:

Exercise & Wellness:

Electronics:

If you're looking for even more deals, check out the regular offers in Canadian Tire's weekly flyer here.

This flyer is effective November 10-17 online and at all Canadian Tire store locations. Online shipping is available for most items starting at just $5.99. In-stock items are also available for in-store or curbside pickup.

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    • How does this 60 off 400 deal work? I don't see it available in the triangle app. Can I just give them the plastic card from my wallet or is it forced to digital/mobile now like everything else in the world?
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    • How is the hoover carpet cleaner in the 1st page?
      I'm looking for something for my car interior.
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    • That's really cheap for a cat tree, I already have one but was thinking about getting another at this price. Some of the low reviews are concerning though
      It's totally fine. I've had 2 of these for years. This is a good price, same as what I paid back then.

      Walmart has a similar one for $50 starting tomorrow. Check that out
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    • Placed 3 orders over $400 this morning for in-store pickup, but for two of them, they were fulfilled partially (probably since they were wheels combined with general merchandise) and it ended up splitting the transaction… messing up the spend $400 get $60 offer. Does anyone know if I just have to call Triangle to get this resolved?

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      Update - called in to Triangle support and told them about the issue, they were able to manually credit the missing bonus instantly on the spot.
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    • Placed 3 orders over $400 this morning for in-store pickup, but for two of them, they were fulfilled partially (probably since they were wheels combined with general merchandise) and it ended up splitting the transaction… messing up the spend $400 get $60 offer. Does anyone know if I just have to call Triangle to get this resolved?
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    • Looking to buy a Soda Stream but confused by all the different models. I see 2 diff models on Walmart and Canadian Tire BF sale for about 48$, anyone know the difference and have any feedback? TIA
      there is a twist version and a snap version. I prefer the snap version. I have the Soda Stream Source
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    • Is there a way to see it for a product across all retailers?
      Not that I know of. I think that's hard to do because few retailers use UPCs, which would be required to match each product across multiple retailers.
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    • Looking to buy a Soda Stream but confused by all the different models. I see 2 diff models on Walmart and Canadian Tire BF sale for about 48$, anyone know the difference and have any feedback? TIA
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    • A price history pops up when I hover over the price (or somewhere around there) on my computer. I can then move my cursor to see the price at different dates when it was saved.

      I don't know if the mobile site has the same functionality.
      That's helpful for sure. Is there a way to see it for a product across all retailers?
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    • where do you see the ATL on that site?
      A price history pops up when I hover over the price (or somewhere around there) on my computer. I can then move my cursor to see the price at different dates when it was saved.

      I don't know if the mobile site has the same functionality.
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    • That's a decent price (for 2022...) for the 3-ton jack. Looks like it hasn't been that low since last Black Friday.

      The Hoover carpet cleaners (little one on Page 1 and big one on Page 2) are good deals too. ATL's according to Stocktrack.
      where do you see the ATL on that site?
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    • I wouldn't even know what to buy at CanTire that would be $400+.... Hmmm.
      Well, tools add up. Or a single big item like a water softener. There's options.
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    • Thoughts on this 55" RCA Roku TV for $350? Any better alternatives out there in this price range for a TV this size? Particularly if I can add $50 onto the order to get $60 back?
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    • If i use my CT money against the total, will it still qualify for the $400?
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    • I wouldn't even know what to buy at CanTire that would be $400+.... Hmmm.
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    • Not sure if anyone know or ran into this situation in the past.

      Looking to buy a set of tires that has no stock in store, but it shows online stock with pick up date Nov 25-Nov 29.
      In addition to the 60 for 400, I got a bunch of stackable personal offers.

      1. If I go to the store, would they they allow me to prepay, before the tires arrives?

      2. If I order online on 24th, and pick up a few days when it arrives, would I get all the bounus (flyer offer, and personal offers)?
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    • Can anyone comment on the cordless drill + impact wrench deal for 139$ ?

      https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/mast ... =341376#gs
      TBH I don't know why anyone buys brushed cordless tools like these when there are so many good deals, year 'round, on stuff like Ryobi HP and Ridgid Brushless tools. That said let's take a look at some of the pros and cons...

      +Price is good, comes with 2x 2.0 batts which is nothing special but it's a $140 kit.
      +Comes with an impact wrench instead of the usual impact driver found in kits like these.
      +Battery platform is...interesting I guess. More on this later.

      -Both tools are brushed.
      -Drill is not a hammer drill.
      -Impact wrench is only rated for 150lb*ft--that sounds like it might be enough but you have to remember some things. One is these are nearly universally overrated compared to what they can actually do. Two is the torque needed for things like rusted on or previously-aired-on-by-shop-monkey fasteners (particularly the RFD favourite, wheel lugs) can be much much higher than even an actual 150lb*ft. I wouldn't expect this to be any better than a Ryobi P261 which is pretty crappy, though this at least looks a good bit smaller than that old-model Ryobi.
      -Battery platform limits you to tools you can pretty much only buy at CT, and TBH you're gonna have more "brand stigma" with a bunch of tools from these brands than you would with say Ryobi...which is saying a lot lol.

      On to the "interesting" battery platform. This PWR POD business seems kind of cool in that it can actually be used across brands... Only then you realise all the brands are "CT exclusives" and basically made for CT regardless of not saying Mastercraft and Motomaster. The Woods and Simoniz "tools" it works for are basically just CT brands that sound like they aren't CT brands lol. Also in regard to that, while there are a good few tools in the Mastercraft lineup, there seems to be just two under the Motomaster brand, three under the Woods brand, and just about the same for Simoniz. The tools are honestly also odd. The Motomaster inflator is overpriced for what it is and even more odd there's actually a different Mastercraft inflator :confused: The Woods tent, high vol inflator and fans, only the inflator even seems all that worthwhile but then again there's a dual-function pressure & volume inflator under Mastercraft brand anyway. The Simoniz stuff is odd. There's a "foam cannon" which is really a sprayer and not a foam cannon, and then there's a RO polisher which honestly seems way overpriced for what it is though like the Motomaster inflator it only comes as a kit which does justify the cost a little more but still not that much. There's a couple other polishers which seem like lulz you'd never want to buy or use anyway. Of course as we know most CT stuff is overpriced on purpose so they can have all the 40-60% off sales to make them seem like great deals lol.

      The Mastercraft tools, which are the bulk of what's in the platform, look hit and miss to me. There's actually some brushless tools in there too but most of their higher performance cordless tools are in the Maximum "X-Treme" line which interestingly uses batteries that are NOT cross-compatible with the PWR POD stuff. Why CT felt the need to have two 18V Li-Ion battery systems is beyond me but I'll bet it has something to do with different manufacturers making the tools for them. Either that or it's just nonsense. I don't believe anyone else has two current 18V platforms in the same fashion. I mean I guess there's probably Metabo HPT and [real] Metabo but most people know HPT is just the new name for Hitachi, so it's really not the same brand with two systems.

      If you are just buying it for the drill and impact wrench, I'd say it's cheap and probably fine for DIY/at-home use. The impact is probably not capable of much though, and you can't drill through concrete with the drill as it has no hammer on it. If you're buying for getting into this PWR POD business as well...I wouldn't. It just seems lacking compared to other tool platforms out there and though in theory the "works universally across brands" sounds good in theory, in reality they're really just CT brands and not even all of them (Maximum excluded), and most of the "other brand" tools aren't even worth buying/using.
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    • Good price on the impact wrench. I bought one this past spring for ~$55 and it's made changing my tires so much faster than a breaker bar. Easily breaks my 110lb-ft lug nuts free and has been worth its weight in gold.

      There's an 8.5A version that also goes on sale pretty often but I'm not sure that it's worth the extra cost for your average commuter car.
      Thanks for the info. Looking to get it.
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    • Ninja air fryer dual XL, Bestbuy sells model DZ301C, while Canadiantire has DZ401.

      Anybody knows the difference?
      The "C" at the end of the model number means it's the Canadian version so the control panel is bilingual. The DZ301C has 4 functions on the dial: Air Fry, Roast, Reheat and Dehydrate. The DZ401 has 6 functions on the dial, Air Fry, Roast, Reheat, Dehydrate, Bake and Air Broil.
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    • The Mastercraft welder at $169.99 is an awesome deal for those looking for one.
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      These go on Marketplace for over $200 for a used unit.
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    • Can anyone comment on the cordless drill + impact wrench deal for 139$ ?

      https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/mast ... =341376#gs
      I've been using this set since 2019, and it's been super handy. This is great for the average DIY. If you're not planning to be a professional contractor, and don't need a wide range of tools to use the batteries with (example you won't need a battery powered frame nailer, staple gun, or impact hammers), this is good for the home user.

      I personally prefer the Impact Wrench and Drill/driver combo, because it's very practical for a wide variety of home uses, versus the Impact Driver and Drill/Driver combo. I find you can use the drill/driver for just about any home project if you're willing to deal with a bit of "camming out". This is where I feel the impact driver shines, but again for the average do-it-yourself-er, it doesn't stop you from doing your projects. The impact wrench is just awesome for driving huge lag bolts on decks, but more practical for me for changing my summer tires to winters every single year. The impact wrench has just enough power to break nuts free on my Corolla and Scion IQ, as well as, busting them off my GMC Safari. Just the ability to change out the tires myself has easily paid themselves off in two years rather than going to a garage ($40 dollars a swap).

      This summer, i was able to build a two storey bunkie (Go checkout BunkieLife.com and look up the Haven model) with the drill/driver alone, and it's all you really need. Would an impact driver be better for driving long fasteners? Of course, but it's not like I'm doing this for a living.

      The major selling point to the Mastercraft brand, is the ability to swap your defective tools over the counter at any Canadian Tire store. This is truly the ease of the warranty. With so many locations across Canada and with the Canadian Tire store being so strong in their lasting power, it's just really convenient to walk in, swap out your defective tool, and just get back to your project.

      I've bought other tools before, and absolutely hated waiting for like 2-3 weeks for shipping and handling to get a new replacement. Sure it was covered under warranty, but it totally sucks when you have to stop a project full stop, or bite the bullet to buy a new tool so you can keep going.

      Honestly, these are really good value for what they offer, but where they lack is long life quality, more power, and more versatility for the batteries compared to Dewalt, Milwaukee, Makita, etc. All these big brand names are nicer in so many ways, but for best bang for buck, I stick with Mastercraft.
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    • What about the price for the generac generator? Regular price on their website is $1499 right now.
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    • Is this ladder a good deal?
      Seems like it’s the “regular sales price”, it would be better if able to overlap the deal with a bonus CT money offer
      There’s one live 11/24 but need to spend $400 for $60 CT money
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    • I'll probably buy some pots and pans, I know the OG pricing is fake from CT but these will probably the cheapest they're gonna be
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    • On that same page,the Mastercraft Dremel is ~$50. My dremel died for some reason, is the MC dremel worthwhile?
      Did you check the brushes in your Dremel to see if they need replacing perhaps? Sometimes you just need to replace the brushes and clean it out and you'll be fine again. Dremels usually come w/replacement brushes but you might not have kept them since you got it...

      Otherwise I'm sure the Mastercraft one is fine. All of these things are virtually the same these days. My old-skool Dremel (from about 20 years ago) looks to be 1.15A, and the Mastercraft one is 1.4A so I'm sure it should be up to the job.
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    • The cheap MasterCraft oscillating multitool will be on sale again for $30, matching the low price of the last 3 years. This is a great buy if you don't already have an oscillating multi-tool. It's corded, and at 2.2 amps it's at the low end of the power range, but it comes with a good kit of starter blades, and it has adequate power to get the job done.
      https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/mast ... 8251p.html

      If you're not sure why you would want an oscillating multitool, just buy it and try it at this low price. You'll quickly see how it does some unique and useful things.
      On that same page,the Mastercraft Dremel is ~$50. My dremel died for some reason, is the MC dremel worthwhile?
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    • The cheap MasterCraft oscillating multitool will be on sale again for $30, matching the low price of the last 3 years. This is a great buy if you don't already have an oscillating multi-tool. It's corded, and at 2.2 amps it's at the low end of the power range, but it comes with a good kit of starter blades, and it has adequate power to get the job done.
      https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/mast ... 8251p.html

      If you're not sure why you would want an oscillating multitool, just buy it and try it at this low price. You'll quickly see how it does some unique and useful things.
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    • Do you know if this applies to CT gift card and Credit card? i.e. 350 with credit card and 50 with CT GC?

      N.B. When I said GC, I did not mean CTM. It's an actual physical GC.
      I don't think you'd get the bonus for that because you wouldn't have $400+ in any single form of payment.
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    • It has to be $400+ in one form of payment. If you spend $450 and pay with $400 CTM and $50 credit card (or cash/debit), you'll get the bonus. If you spend $450 and pay with $50 CTM and $400 credit/cash/debit, you'll get the bonus. But if you pay spend $450 and pay with $200 CTM and $250 credit/cash/debit, you will NOT get the bonus.
      I see, so as long as one physical tender. CTM is not inclusive of that.
      That's good so I can use up some CTM.
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    • TBH I've noticed the past 3+ years that "pre-BF" deals are usually better than BF deals. This has been the case particularly with computer components and electronics, but also other stuff as well. I'm sure there are "doorcrasher" type BF deals here and there that are great but outside of those limited items/deals, best time to shop is in the "pre-BF" days.
      Perhaps it's Canadian retailers way of getting us to spend $$$ up here before the huge deals come down the pipe in the USA ?

      But yes I noticed the same thing.
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    • It has to be $400+ in one form of payment. If you spend $450 and pay with $400 CTM and $50 credit card (or cash/debit), you'll get the bonus. If you spend $450 and pay with $50 CTM and $400 credit/cash/debit, you'll get the bonus. But if you pay spend $450 and pay with $200 CTM and $250 credit/cash/debit, you will NOT get the bonus.
      Do you know if this applies to CT gift card and Credit card? i.e. 350 with credit card and 50 with CT GC?

      N.B. When I said GC, I did not mean CTM. It's an actual physical GC.
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    • Anyone know for the buy $400 get $60 CT money tomorrow.
      If I use some CT money in account to pay for that $400, will that nullify the promotion and I won't get the $60?
      I think it says one transaction and one tender, just want clarification, thanks.
      It has to be $400+ in one form of payment. If you spend $450 and pay with $400 CTM and $50 credit card (or cash/debit), you'll get the bonus. If you spend $450 and pay with $50 CTM and $400 credit/cash/debit, you'll get the bonus. But if you pay spend $450 and pay with $200 CTM and $250 credit/cash/debit, you will NOT get the bonus.
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    • Anyone know for the buy $400 get $60 CT money tomorrow.
      If I use some CT money in account to pay for that $400, will that nullify the promotion and I won't get the $60?
      I think it says one transaction and one tender, just want clarification, thanks.
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    • Wow after 2 weeks of finding decent deals in their Pre-Pre-Black Friday and Pre-Black Friday flyers there's absolutely nothing here now. Ice cold.
      TBH I've noticed the past 3+ years that "pre-BF" deals are usually better than BF deals. This has been the case particularly with computer components and electronics, but also other stuff as well. I'm sure there are "doorcrasher" type BF deals here and there that are great but outside of those limited items/deals, best time to shop is in the "pre-BF" days.
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    • Will Canadian Tire do a price adjustment? I bought the "For Living" 150ct Christmas lights last weekend at $49.99and now they'll be on for $35
      Canadian Tire's price adjustment guarantee is 2 weeks. If more than 2 weeks then you'd have to return it and re-buy it.
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    • With that being said what is a good brand to buy for Christmas lights then?
      In my opinion, I don't think it makes much difference really. The Christmas lights that are legally sold in Canada by reputable retailers which Canadian Tire is one of, have to meet minimum standards and carry the appropriate approval by safety agencies.
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    • FWIW, I have a pair & like the adjustability in 5lb increments 5 to 55lbs. You can even use 2.5lb increments if you don't mind the imbalance. (you adjust at each end of the dumbbell)
      The only downside is their length.
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