What is your shipping policy?
We have shipping options via Regular/Expedited/Priority Canada Post with tracking options worldwide for products such as jewelry & watches, electronics and toys. Most orders will ship on the next business day. Orders are not processed/shipped on Saturday, Sunday or statutory holidays. You will receive an email with a tracking number.
Please contact us at email@example.com to get a quote.
Do you deliver?
We offer delivery in and around the Calgary area at the lowest cost possible depending on the destination and the size of an item.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use our chat option to get a quote.
You can also choose to do store pick-up with us at any of five locations.
What is your return policy?
We have a 30-day return policy on electronics. If there is any malfunction, please return it with the original copy of the receipt.
Store/Local Pick-up Order
Processing time: All online orders will be processed within 2 business days.
How does it work?
Once the order is placed and processed, a pick-up ready email will be sent to you and you can pick up the order at your selected store. Please note that you must provide a government-issued photo I.D and the order #.
What should I do if I feel I've been overcharged?
Contact us or come to the store with your original receipt and overcharged items as soon as possible. Ask to speak with the manager.
Why do you sell expired food, I thought it's illegal?
That is incorrect. All of our pantry foods have a best-before date, which is different from the expiry date.
A "best-before" date tells you when the durable life period of a prepackaged food ends. Durable life is the anticipated amount of time that an unopened food product with proper storage will retain its:
any other qualities claimed by the manufacturer
The best-before date indicates that if the product was stored under appropriate conditions, then unopened product should be of high quality until the specified date. Best-before dates do not guarantee product safety, but they do give you information about the freshness and potential shelf-life of the unopened foods you are buying. It is important to note that a best-before date is not the same as an expiration date.
Source: Canadian Food Inspection Agency