The Globe and Mail

Go to the Globe and Mail homepage

Jump to main navigationJump to main content

Globe Investor

News Sources

Take control of your investments with the latest investing news and analysis

Press release from CNW Group

Indigo reveals Black Friday, Cyber Monday savings in-store and online

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Indigo reveals Black Friday, Cyber Monday savings in-store and online15:15 EST Wednesday, November 23, 2011- Starting Thursday shop at indigo.ca and in-store for great deals on Books, eReaders, Toys, and Holiday Gift, Décor and Entertaining Must Haves -TORONTO, Nov. 23, 2011 /CNW/ -Holiday shoppers eager to stretch their gift shopping budgets rejoice! From tomorrow, Thursday, November 24th to Monday, November 28th, Indigo offers dozens of great Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals in-store and online at indigo.ca. Indigo is a one stop holiday shop where Canadians can wrap up substantial savings on books, stationery, home décor, the popular Kobo Touch eReader, as well as some of the season's most sought after toys. Shoppers enjoy FREE shipping on most online purchases of $25 or more at indigo.ca, and for Santa and his elves, there's always FREE wrap available for toys and book purchases at IndigoKids shops nationally.To discover even more savings exclusively online Monday, November 28th, visit indigo.ca and follow Indigo and Chapters deals on Twitter at www.twitter.com/indigodeals.Highlights of the special savings that kick off Thursday include: Bundle Three Books for a Freebie - When shoppers buy three books or magazines in-store, they'll get the fourth book or magazine FREE.  From guaranteed reads like Rules of Civility or Steve Jobs: A Biography (both Heather's Picks), to recent award winners like Half Blood Blues and The Sisters Brothers, holiday shoppers can save while checking off their gift list.Great Buys on a Budget - Popular products featured at irresistible prices include Brie Bakers in festive colours (now $12.00, originally $19.50), contemporary Bookends  designed in-house (only $10.00, originally $25.00) and $20 savings on the popular Kobo Touch eReader.Real Savings on Pretend Play - In addition to FREE gift wrap on kids book and toy purchases at Indigo and Chapters stores, holiday shoppers will find savings on popular toy brands in-store and online at indigo.ca including 20% savings on Green Toys recycled plastic tea sets and trucks and $100 off the classic Thomas the Train Roundhouse.Affordable Entertainment for Even Less - Movies and television miniseries are always great gifts and the 90% savings on select titles is a gift for the giver too.Seasons Greetings for a Song - With 20% off all Boxed Cards, Wrapping Paper and Holiday Trim, it's even easier to share holiday wishes and finish heartwarming gifts with festive flair.Holiday shoppers could also win up to $5,000 with their Twice as Nice promotional gift card redeemable on purchases of $50 or more in-store through to December 18th.About Indigo Books & Music Inc. With books always at our heart and soul we at Indigo are about telling stories and creating experiences. Indigo is Canada's largest purveyor of ideas and inspiration to enrich your life, with books, specialty toys, gifts and lifestyle enhancing products that affordably offer intrinsic quality, beauty and timelessness of design. Indigo is a publicly traded Canadian company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (IDG). As the largest book and specialty retailer in Canada, Indigo operates in all provinces under different banners including Indigo Books & Music; Indigo Books, Gifts, Kids; IndigoSpirit, Chapters, The World's Biggest Bookstore, and Coles. The online division, www.chapters.indigo.ca, features books, eBooks and eReaders, toys, music and DVDs, and hosts the award winning Indigo Online Community.Indigo Books & Music Inc. founded the Indigo Love of Reading Foundation in 2004 to address the underfunding of public schools, their libraries and the resulting literacy crisis.  Every year the Indigo Love of Reading Foundation commits $1.5 million to high-needs elementary schools so they can rebuild their libraries with the purchase of new books and education resources. To date the Indigo Love of Reading Foundation has committed more than $10 million to 110 schools nationally. For further information: Lisa Huie Manager, Public Relations Indigo Books & Music Inc. 416-646-8926