Monthly Archives: December 2013

Grilling Cheese and Milk Costs

Why do Canadian cross-border shoppers stock up on milk, butter, cheese, yogurt, egg’s and other food products? Simply for prices that are “considerably” less than what Canadians pay for the same “essential” food products. A cow is a cow! It … Continue reading

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Eggs Unscrambled!

Browsing through this weekends U.S. flyers I came upon the following advertisement for eggs at Albertsons. Sometimes just telling you about the difference in prices is not enough so I thought that it was time for some additional research and … Continue reading

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It’s not just Canadians who Cross-Border Shop in the U.S.

Black Friday saw the greatest spike of the year in international shopping activity, with cross-border spending at U.S. retailers more than quadrupling (+330 percent) compared to the average shopping day in 2013, according to data released today from Borderfree, a … Continue reading

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Shuffling off to Buffalo?

If your heading down to Buffalo this weekend for some last minute deals stop in to Delta Sonic for a Super Kiss car wash at $12.99 (1st deal) and save $0.20 per gallon on gas. When was the last time … Continue reading

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Handyman CBS – Highs and Lowe’s

Just browsing the current Lowe’s Flyer from the U.S. and came across a great CBS deal for you ladies wanting to get the Handyman of the house a gift. Or for those of you that continue to believe that your … Continue reading

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And it’s made in Brampton!

I get asked regularly during my talks if it’s worth buying a car in the U.S. Recently CBC Marketplace reported that a Dodge Caravan, made in Brampton was less in the U.S. than in Canada. I was browsing the local … Continue reading

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