The team behind Voucher Codes searches the internet daily for coupon codes and promotional offers to help Canadians save money and shop online and in-store for less. If you have found a coupon please share it with your fellow Canucks by quickly sending us an email or filling out our Submit a Coupon form below, or please contact us for any other inquiries.
The Voucher Codes team consists of 3 people, all avid bargain hunters unwilling to pay the listed price on anything. Our combined passion in finding the best and all possible valid coupons and discounts in Canada is unsurpassed. Visitors will see articles, tips and posts written by Stephen, Anne and Marc (all of whom are extremely well known and respected in the coupon community) on this site, if you would like to join the team and enjoy saving money and spreading the word, please contact us we are always looking for enthusiastic individuals to help educating people about couponing.
He is the savvy shopper who originally started vouchercodes.ca. Stephen, also known as Steph, now writes from time to time here on the blog, but he’s mostly working to find the latest coupons and deals as well as keeping up with the newest Canadian online stores that launch. If you want to know what are the latest trends of online shopping in Canada, ask him, there is literally no research that he doesn’t love!
When Stephen is not working, he can be found snowboarding, running or playing the latest Call of Duty game.
Favorite online stores: Hammacher Schlemmer, Asos, All saints, Expedia and Wayfair at the moment
Special talent: This is a good one. I do have a super power, and it’s the most rubbish super power you could ever imagine; it’s the power of smell. My nose is super sensitive to smells (the good and the bad) and I can tell things like the direction of a smell from distance. As I said before, it’s not a great super power or even a talent it can actually be extremely annoying, I mean anything would be better than the power of a heightened sense of smell right?
Superhero you would like to be: Iron Man. Because he is a real person (thus probably wouldn’t die prematurely from stuff like radiation poisoning), he is rich (most of it self made) and is a technical genius (something I would love to posses).
Favorite Place in the World: My parents old house (the one that I grew up in), but I guess I can’t choose this one as I will never be able to go there again. So I would say hmmm. This is a tough one, I have been to so many amazing places but I would say this secret beach my girlfriend and I found in Hawaii on the north shore of Kauai, it was just so beautiful, there were turtles, an abundance of fish, and no one was there, it was all ours (for a week anyway). If I had to choose that is the place I would be right now.
Place you would like to see: There are loads of places on my bucket list. I want to run on the great wall of china (actually run) and to see Lake Louise in Summer, Fall and Winter, I just can’t put one place at the top of the list, sorry.
She is always getting excited (probably too much) when a new sale starts in a clothing store that she likes. As a self-confessed shopaholic and shoeaholic, she’s always looking for the best deals so that she can afford to buy even more for cheaper.
When she’s not busy writing for Vouchercodes, Anne can be found at a gig of one of the bands she likes, doing outdoor sports or having fun with friends.
Favorite online stores: Luisaviaroma, Shopbop, The Bay and Browns
Special talent: I can fold my tong in 3!
Superhero you would like to be: Superman so I could fly and travel everywhere in the world. I could also avoid traffic!
Favorite Place in the World: Fiji Islands (just love it!) It’s probably the closest place to heaven that I’ve seen so far in my life.
Place you would like to see: Antarctica (with its glaciers, icebergs and penguins of course)
Marc, is another blogger here at Vouchercodes.ca. He’s mostly taking care of ‘guys topics’ that Anne would otherwise probably ignore. And don’t expect him to let you know about the latest cute children store that just opened. Marc is also working on all the technical improvements of the site, which means that if you want a new feature to be implemented, he’s your guy.
When Marc is not busy with the latest electronics reviews for Vouchercodes, he’s probably cooking an excellent meal for his girlfriend, playing hockey with his friends or jogging.
Favorite online stores: Asos and Dell
Special talent: I probably make one of the best spaghetti sauces out there.
Superhero you would like to be: Batman, because he really doesn’t have any super powers. Of course he has loads of money to buy fun gadgets but his greatest asset is his will to make things better. I respect that. Plus, he doesn’t kill people, which is always a plus.
Favorite Place in the World: 7th heaven at Whistler/Blackcomb
Place you would like to see: Tokyo, being a bit of an urban planning/architecture geek I’d simply love to see this humongous city in action.
We recently moved to a new office (you should have seen the mess in the other one ; ) and so far we managed to keep this one neat and organized. Our office is based in one of the coolest areas in Montreal, which makes it fun to come to work everyday. Anyway, who wouldn’t like to do what we’re doing?
Here is a picture of our working environment so you can have an idea where we’re working. Plus, we also included a picture of our mascot Mali. For some reason he likes to jump on us while we’re working.
I know you’re thinking that our 2nd monitor is probably just to watch movies and TV shows (which is exactly what we do most of the time ; ) but I can assure you that it is sometimes truly helpful! And once you have 2 monitors, you simply can’t go back. Also, as you can see there’s one empty seat and it could be yours. We’re always looking for fun employees who are just as savvy as we are and who would like to contribute to one of the most popular communities in Canada, so don’t hesitate to send us your CV.
How it Works
There are many ways in which we find and share coupons on this site for Canadians to enjoy. Primarily we have special arrangements with select Canadian stores to distribute their coupons and offers. Other ways include signing up to thousands of newsletters and hand picking the best discounts and then releasing them here. Sometimes our loyal visitors will send us discounts they have also found on the web or have been provided with (this is always appreciated).
Once we have a coupon we will update the relevant store listing page here on Vouchercodes.ca, for a complete a to z of all the stores that we regularly update coupons for visit our A-Z of Coupons section or try browsing Canadian coupons by category. Visitors can simply reveal the coupon, copy it and paste it at the desired store’s coupon section.
If the demand is great we may write a new feature on the site for a store, or if the brand isn’t as big in Canada or perhaps they don’t release codes regularly we will write a bargain blog post, sometimes we even write a blog article about a discount for which we have already updated our store listings, we do this so new eyes can see the deal (otherwise how would visitors know there was a new offer?) as well as listing more valuable information like the T&C’s for that deal as well as our own humble opinions.
Other important sections of the website are;
- Printable Coupons; this is where we write posts featuring the latest coupons that can be printed and used in-stores for discounts. Try to grab them as soon as they are released because these type of offers have a short life span.
- Free Stuff; we scour the web daily to find new free trials and offers. More and more often these deals are now being listed on Facebook pages, we try to list what customers need to do in order to get the deal as well as other things to consider (i.e. privacy, the value, our opinions of the trust of brands and more). Again with free samples and other freebies, some of them only last a short period of time, so read the details carefully.
- Frugal Tips; this is an interesting section and as varied as they come. From money saving tips, to more fun things like how to make toys and spring cleaning ideas, expect a fun and fact filled read.
Website Software and Functionality
There are many sections of this website, as we have tried (and continue to try) to make navigating the various areas of the site easier. We use WordPress as our interface and have customized many features to what the software has to offer both in terms of aesthetics, usability and functionality (especially when it comes to plugins). The most notable change is that this site does not use ‘tags’ as a means of navigation, we found that both us and users were not using them to their full potential, and we thought from an organizational standpoint we could do it better using something custom.
There are many upcoming upgrades to the website including technology features like a forum for our community to grow at the pace users want. Expect to see this feature and more over the coming years. If you have a suggestion that you believe is missing from this site or the industry in general then please let us know and we will see if we can make it happen.
Every fortnight we send out the much anticipated newsletter. Visitors can subscribe to the newsletter in the top right of the right sidebar, it’s a double opt in newsletter so be sure to activate your subscription. The newsletter contains a bit of everything, from tips, coupons, freebies and sometimes exclusive offers only available to our newsletter subscribers.
This website has been running since the beginning of 2009 and we hope with our community’s great support we can continue to do so and at no cost to the visitor. We try to limit the amount of advertising on the website, as we find banner ad’s annoying, but the website doesn’t update itself. So we may have a couple of sponsors as well as potentially Google ad sense advertising on the website, most importantly for some stores we also use affiliate links from which we earn commission. We are very open about how we make money in order to keep the website free for all visitors and because we think transparency leads to a better internet.