Canadian Tire Has A 55% Off Sale Right Now & Here's What You Can Buy To Spruce Up Your Home

The Big Red Weekend Sale runs until September 16.

Senior Editor, Studio
Canadian Tire Has A 55% Off Sale Right Now & Here's What You Can Buy To Spruce Up Your Home

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Canadian Tire turns 99 next week and to celebrate, the giant retailer is throwing a Big Red Weekend Sale where you can save up to 55% on popular items for the home.

Now until September 16, you can shop the hottest deals of the season on everything from kitchen and household appliances to hardware and furniture.

You can find massive markdowns on vacuums like this five-star BISSELL CleanView Plus Vacuum, which is now $169.99 (originally $339.99), and the Hoover PowerDash Pet Carpet Washer, which is now $119.99 (originally $259.99).

If you want to cook up some of your favourite comfort foods this weekend, you can get the Ninja Foodi 5-In-1 Indoor Grill With Air Fryer for just $189.99 (originally $329.99). You can also get 40% off the KitchenAid Professional 5 Plus Series Stand Mixer, which is now $399.99 (originally $679.99).

Other sought-after kitchen appliances on sale include the SodaStream Source Sparkling Water Maker for $119.99 (originally $149.99) and the Nespresso Pixie Espresso Machine for $98.99 (originally $199.99)

If you want to set up an at-home gym this winter, you can get the ProForm City L6 Folding Treadmill on sale for $799.99 (originally $2,199.99). It's still expensive but if you have the space for it at home and you're going to use it every day, it's worth the splurge!

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Details: Canadian Tire is celebrating its 99th birthday with a huge sale running until September 16. You can get up to 55% off popular kitchen and home appliances, tools and hardware, cookware and furniture. With deals this big, it's not a bad idea to get an early start on holiday shopping.


Natalia Buia
Senior Editor, Studio
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