Complete list of Wireless Boxing Day deals in Canada!

Ian Hardy

December 26, 2012 8:33 am


Well Boxing day is almost upon us and that giftcard that you received for Christmas is probably burning a hole in your pocket so here are the best deals to maximize your money.

TELUS still has the iphone 5 on for $100.00 off of each size starting at $79.99 for the 16gb but only until December 27th [See deal here]

Mobilcity is offering a boxing week sale on a few of there best available smartphones, this sale started on the 18th so any pre-holiday “me” shopping can be done today or tomorrow. Samsung Galaxy Nexus is going for $249.99 outright which is $150.00 off [See here]. Samsung Galaxy S3 is going for $499.99 outright which is $100.00 off [See here].

Bell Mobility is offering $100 off popular superphones [See deal here]

Rogers is basically giving out one month free, plus reduced the cost of some LTE devices. [See here]

Walmart Canada has a few good deals such as a Acer A110 Iconia Tab for $148 (was $198) [See here]. The Blackberry Playbook is also featured at $168 for the 64GB model [see deal here]. The Samsung Galaxy S2X drops from $298 to $248 [See deal here]. Finally, the LG Optimus Chat is on sale for $48.83 and the Koodo prepaid Samsung Galaxy Ace is available for $88.83 (no link available).

Best Buy is offering the Samsung Galaxy Note II for $0 on a 3 year contract and is available in both white or silver [See here]. The TELUS HTC One X+ is available for $0 plus they are throwing in a $100.00 gift card [See here]. The Samsung Galaxy SIII also drops to $0 on both Rogers and Telus and a $150 gift card [See here]. The just released LG Optimus G is also available for $0 on both Rogers and Telus with a $100.00 giftcard [See deal here]. Finally, Apple’s “new” iPad gets discounted by $20.00 each for WiFi only versions and $80.00 each for WiFi plus cellular versions, both are available in 16/32 or 64GB versions [See deals here].

Future Shop is offering alot of similar deals such as the Galaxy S III on TELUS and Rogers for $0 and a $150.00 giftcard, but a few other that I noticed were a Lexar is 32GB Class 10 microSD card with reader for $24.99 ($35.00 off), and is also $19.99 for the same card if you don’t require the card reader [See deal here]. Probably the best deal at Future Shop is that they’ll offer an in-store special on an the iPhone 5 starting at $0 (but you can only find out which carriers in-store)

KOODO no sales yet

Public Mobile is offering up a $200 bill credit (payable in 10 monthly instalments of $20/month). They have also reduced their talk, text, music, data plans by $10/month.

Virgin Mobile has discounted many devices to $0 on a 3-year, all basically entry-level (Ace IIx, HTC One S, GS II) and they will give you a a $100 Visa Prepaid Card as a bonus.

WIND Mobile: 3 smartphones are also featured at Wind for $0 on the WindTab. They are the Sony Xperia ion, LG Optimus 4x HD and the Motorola Razr V. They are also offering a $100.00 credit to the first 10 new Wind customers who sign up for a $40.00 unlimited Wish plan. Finally, Wind is offering a free Xbox with any Windows phone purchase on a qualifying $40.00 plan minimum 5 Xboxes available per store

Fido is only showing a plan deal for $56.00 per month which gives you unlimited talk and text visual voicemail and call display along with 2GB of data. They have also dropped the price of the Samsung Galaxy S III to $250 from $400 on a 2-year. [Check it here]

The Mobile Shop (Loblaws) has the 16GB iPhone 5 on for $0, 32GB for $99 and the 64GB for $199 on Rogers Telus And Bell. $79 on upgrade, $179 for the 32, and $279 for 64GB.

SaskTel is offering $0 dollar smartphones such as Samsung Galaxy S3, LG Optimus G, BlackBerry Bold 9900 and the HTV Desire C. Also there’s the $49.99 deal for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. With activation you will receive a $100.00 bill credit on a 3 year term [Check it here]

Costco is giving up a $150 Prepaid Visa Card
Wireless Wave is giving up a $150 Prepaid Visa Card
Tbooth Wireless is giving up a $150 Prepaid Visa Card

Staples Canada has ipads on sale $469 (16gb) $559 (32gb) $639 (64gb) wifi only and $599 (16gb) $689 (32gb) $769 (64GB) for wifi with cellular Staples is also offering $50.00 off of any Android tablet except the Google Nexus 7 [Check it here]

The Source has one good deal and that is a 32GB BlackBerry Playbook that comes with a rapid charger (69.99) 2 pack screen protectors (19.99) and a bluetooth keyboard (99.99) all for only $199.99 which is a $130.00 savings [Check it here]

Good luck out there everyone… let us know what deals you purchased!
(Thanks Todd!)

  • Mike

    Walmart also have the 32gig Lexar MicroSD’s on sale as well.. got the email about it yesterday..

    IMHO this years offers SUCK! $0/3year contracts isnt really anything special, The Playbooks are outdated/old stock, could care less about Apple crap.. best deals seem to be the ones offering credits/gift cards.

  • tomcat24

    Correction on Costco. They’re giving up to “$225 COSTCO GIFT CARD” not $150 visa gift card7m

    • Peter

      Is that new? Last week it was $150. When did they change it? What city are you in?

  • Mark

    Where would you say is the best place to buy the Note 2?

    • ken

      Rogers has best deal

      – $0 note 2
      – $100 bill credit
      – first month free

      communications in mississauga call them 416 399 5000 they can also match any offer very helpful guys.

      Cheers
      Ken

  • HikerCA

    I’d add that The Source has a large bottle of screen cleaner with microfiber cloth for $3.99 reg. $9.99. Found it works well to get finger smudges off tablet/phone screens and screen protectors.

  • 2cf

    RIP RIM!!!!! :D :D

  • george

    If Cosctco and the others give away $150 + of Gift Cards it makes you wonder how much commission they get from the Robelus??? That explains why we pay $100 PER MONTH for a decent data plan …. Lets hope someone thinks about the consumer in 2013

  • Curtis Corcoran

    Note: Wireless etc in Costco, it wont be Visa Cards, it’s Costco Cash gift cards. And also with SIII on Bell or Rogers with a new Voice and Data Activation they’re giving out $225 in Costco Cash, and with the Note 2 on Bell or Rogers with a new Activation they’re giving out $200 in Costco Cash. AMAZING DEALZ there!!!

  • tanmay K

    On an off topic, Mobilicity is spelled incorrectly.. ;)

  • nathan

    even with these deals it’s probably wiser to go month-to-month, yeh?

  • babablacksheep

    Look at all those Boxing Day sheep, baaaa hahahahaha

  • snottyBob

    I’ve been with Wind for 2 years. Haven’t seen a better deal yet anywhere else. Feels good, man. I’ll keep holding on to my plan ;)

  • randslkdflk

    Wirelesswave and Tbooth giving 0$ iphone 5 on new acts on Rogres and Bell

  • Dylan K

    Rogers employee here, they have some back pocket offers happening too. They can take $50 or $100 off any new activation of a 3yr voice and data. Same for HUPs. This is on top of everything they’re advertising right now, such as the first month free, unlt video streaming for X months, half off value packs (cd + vm) and the already discounted phones like the 16GB iPhone 5 and S3.

  • MattyMattMatt

    The Source is not advertising it, but Iphone5 16GB is 0 on new activation. A lot of phones are 0 and all of them qualify for at least 100 in storer credit on voice and data new activations.

  • kathleen burris

    Also note that the iPhone 5 is 0.00 at Best Buy tomorrow.

  • john

    Htc one s entry level oh………… i see how it is now

  • ChrisF

    Not sure where your lack of info comes from but The Source has $100 in store credits on all smartphones, $0 Iphone 5’s, $75 + $25 for trade in on your old phone and if your phone has any value we will give you that on top of the $75 and $25, $0 Iphone 4S, $0 Samsung Galaxy S 3’s, $49 Note 2’s and the list goes on and on and on……maybe you should be doing a little more homework before posting something like this!

  • rice

    Its like every dealer is posting their offers to get a piece of the action and say how there better than the other guy.

  • ChrisB

    @ChrisF Maybe it’s because The Source website is a bit of a joke and that’s why people can’t easily find your sales. The menu and site navigation seems to follow no order, has no alphabetization, lots irrelevant or outdated information information (ie. A Samsung Link and an iPhone 3G next to a Galaxy S3 on the main page of Bell Phones, come on guys, really?), and suffers from several other pitfalls of lazy site design. For a business centered around technology and communications, you guys kinda half-assed the internet storefront of your company.

  • Michael C

    - The Mobile Shop (Loblaws)- also has 200$ in Loblaws gift cards and “Scratch and win” where you can get up to another 100$ with a minimun of 25$ extra! And Galaxy S III 0$ with 100-150$ in gift cards :)

  • Daniel AJ

    I wonder why Koodo is not really active recently. This is the feast if capitalism season after all! They matched competitors price plans, but not 100%, and not on the goodies side. Either they are gaining so many customers that they don’t need to fight or they were mostly sucking in customers from Telus or too many existing Koodo customers adjusted their plans to the new offers. Did I miss an option?