Which means that if you've got Amazon Prime, you can get pretty much whatever you want within a day. Things like groceries, for example, which are a hassle to buy live but super convenient to get through Amazon, TBH.
And Amazon also happens to have some awesome deals happening this week for food!
$6.99/658 gram box$2.22/170 gram box$2.99/tube $4.99/pack of 24$14.88/30 pods $4.99/pack of 5$8.97/pack of 24$2.97/220 gram bag$2.47/pack of 41.99/450 grams$2.99/350 grams 13.59/454 grams
On October 1, Amazon Prime is coming out with its latest All Or Nothing sports documentary series which will chronicle the 2020-2021 Toronto Maple Leafs season.
And while that's all fine and dandy for the Maple Leafs, some hockey fans have absolutely roasted the Leafs about their new documentary because they've rightfully pointed out that the Leafs end up with, well, nothing.
The memory of the Canadiens' glorious win against their arch-rivals is still fresh in the minds of Habs supporters in Canada and, like some fans have pointed out, it's kind of silly that the Leafs are touting this documentary series when we all know how it ends already.
@PrimeVideoCA @NHL Spoiler Alert : it was 3-1 https://t.co/YWR4bqiwEv
Then, on September 10, the company dropped an announcement on its Instagram promising an online store launch in September.
Until now, Canadians wanting to buy Bath & Body Works had to go to an actual brick-and-mortar location unless they used a hack to access the U.S. website. But, even then, prices were listed in USD so the process required a lot of currency conversion.
Now, it's finally simple to shop for your favourite candles and soaps without trekking to the Eaton Centre — just in time for pumpkin spice everything season!
Bath & Body Works Canada confirmed in January 2021 that it would finally be launching an online store in the fall. It was welcome news for Canadian customers, who know all too well the struggle of trying to track down their favourite products and having to either resort to the pricey U.S. online store or take a chance on long lines at their local shop.
But since that initial confirmation and a formal announcement that followed in July, Bath & Body Works fans have been in the dark. Fall 2021 is almost here and the company has released no further details. But MTL Blog can at the very least confirm the Canadian online store is still on track to launch this upcoming season.
SSENSE has added a new "sexual wellness" category to its Everything Else department, meaning you can throw a vibrator or some lube into the cart with your Versace floral dress or Comme des Garçons sweater.
they got sex toys on ssense now wtf https://t.co/a6ndA0gL4d