Retail therapy doesn't need to break the bank. These are the top shopping hacks in Canada that everyone needs to know.

The next time you're looking to update your wardrobe, freshen up your home decor or stock your refrigerator, these handy tips will help you save big.

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We rounded up all the need-to-know details from major stores across the country into one handy guide.

Amazon

Top Tip: Being a Prime member means more than free two-day shipping; you can also get access to free books and music.

Walmart

Top Tip: You can save 5% on items you regularly use, like pet food, shampoo and lotions, by scheduling them for regular deliveries.

Sephora

Top Tip: When redeeming your Beauty Insider points, wait until you're shopping online, as there will be more items to pick from than Sephora carries in stores.

Shoppers Drug Mart

Top Tip: You can get two items for the price of one on the Shoppers Drug Mart app. Make sure to check the gift-with-purchase section to see everything that comes with a bonus item.

Indigo

Top Tip: One quick way to save on your next book haul is by signing up for the Indigo newsletter, as you'll be sent a 10% off coupon.

Ikea

Top Tip: When you shop and use your IKEA Family card every month, you'll have a chance to win a $100 gift card.

Whole Foods

Top Tip: It is worth following Whole Foods on social media, as they frequently post about deals and promotions you won't want to miss.