Saturday, November 8, 2008

On-Line Shopping

I would like to do some on-line shopping this holiday season since I am trying to spend as much time with my Bear as possible.

What are some of your favorite online shopping sites that you trust? Please feel free to email me the links or comment below.

The only major consideration is that they must deliver to Canada.

9 comments:

Carey said...

If you go through ebates.com you bay be able to find some coupons that will work with your online shopping. I hear kohls is good for online shopping.

Jo said...

All I can say is DO NOT SHOP OVERSTOCK.COM!!!

I have heard good things about Amazon.com, and ebay. I don't know if they do ship to canada or not.. but....

Hugs!
Jo

Why Do We Even Have That Lever? said...

Any of the major stores that you can find in the mall have online shopping sites. Sears, the Bay, Chapters, etc. Ltos of them have the option to pick up in store too, so no shipping costs!

Also, remember, seeing as you have nothing better to do this Christmas (sigh), gift certificates are not a bad way to go. One trip to Shoppers Drug Mart and you are set, they have about 50 different types of Gift Cards you can buy for everthing from dinners out (Keg, etc) to iTunes gift cards, to future shop, best buy, etc.

Art buys stuff from Thinkgeek, ebay, and all sorts of other sites.

crystal wolf said...

I don't know if they deliver to Canada, but I have always had great luck with Amazon. I did most of my shopping through them when I lived in Germany. I still get my coffee delivered from them every other month. It is especially nice when you can get items that have the super saving free shipping, though I don't know that they offer that to Canada.

Shell said...

www.amazon.ca will deliver to canada. So will sephora.com (mostly girly stuff though), americaneagle.com...sears, the bay are good ones too...good luck!

Amber said...

I love amazon.

Sorry about the snow you're getting. ;)

Dana Lucas said...

I've done a lot of shopping through Amazon.com and have had very positive experiences with them. Sometimes they use other merchants/vendors, but the transaction goes through Amazon...and you will know at time of purchase if you are going through a 3rd party for a particular item. They have EVERYTHING you can possibly imagine, Ter. One stop shopping.

Other places I have shopped:

www.thingsremembered.com is good too.

www.redenvelope.com

www.specialteas.com

www.kodakgallery.com

www.potterybarn.com

www.vegetarianshoesandbags.com

www.petedge.com (GREAT prices!)

www.canvasondemand.com

Teri said...

I love shoebuy.com, oldnavy.com, ebay, lakeside.com, collections.com - sorry, I don't know if all of these deliver to Canada, but it's worth a shot.

Been praying for you & Bear lots.

Joc(e) said...

Amazon is usually my first stop on the hunt for something since I know they have just about everything. However, it really depends on what I'm looking for...I also shop Best Buy.com frequently and some of the smaller specialty shops that I get catalogs from. I think the others have given you some great ideas :-)