History of Giant Tiger
Giant Tiger is a Canadian chain of discount stores that originated in Ottawa, Ontario. With stores all across Canada, Giant Tiger operates under a few different names. Though most stores in Alberta, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Saskatchewan are called Giant Tiger, some stores in Ontario go by G TExpress and Scott’s Discount. In Quebec, stores go by Tigre Géant.
The first Giant Tiger store opened in May of 1961 with expansion beginning in 1965. The company now employs over 8,000 people across Canada, with its headquarters located in Ottawa, Ontario. Giant Tiger’s success doesn’t look to be slowing down, with the company acquiring a 600,000 square-foot distribution centre in 2018. The company remains 100% Canadian owned.
Product Range and Private Brand at Giant Tiger
Giant Tiger sells a large variety of products, including:
- Clothing and Accessories
- Health and Beauty
- Electronics and Entertainment
- Home Decor and Home Appliances
- Pantry and Household Essentials
- Sports and Recreation
- Tools, Hardware and Automotive
- Toys and Games
Giant Tiger carries their own private label brand called Giant Value, which features grocery and household products.
Giant Tiger Locations and Flyers
There are over 250 Giant Tiger locations in Canada. The 2015 failure of Target Canada presented a great opportunity for expansion for Giant Tiger, with the company acquiring many of the defunct stores. In 2004, a Giant Tiger store was opened in Potsdam, New York as the first U.S. location, but the store closed during the recession of 2009.
Giant Tiger releases a weekly sales flyer, with new deals starting on Wednesday and ending on Tuesdays. You can browse the featured sales and find the Giant Tiger location closest to you at their website www.gianttiger.com. You can purchase items online and have them sent to the store of your choice for pickup.
Giant Tiger has different sale classifications, which you can see in the flyer and in-store:
- Giant Deal
- Lower Price
- Multi Buy
GT Dollars and Mobile App
Giant Tiger has a rewards program called GT Dollars that helps customers save even more. You can download their mobile app to see new deals and to manage your GT Dollars.
Giant Tiger on Kupino.ca
Kupino.ca provides regularly updated info on flyers, sales and special offers from Giant Tiger stores across the whole Canada.
In current leaflet, you can find these products at reduced prices
- Mott's Fruitsations or Gogo Squeeze apple sauce $1.97
- Bounty paper towels $7.97
- Charmin Bathroom Tissue $7.97
- CHEF BOYARDEE CANNED PASTA $0.99
- Wong Wing appetizers $3.99
- GIANT VALUE PURE MAPLE SYRUP $5.97
- Purina dog food $4.99
- Fruit snacks or Nature Valley bars $1.67
- GIANT VALUE PIZZA BITES $8.99
Giant Tiger flyer
Overview of current, future, and past flyers from Giant Tiger. Browse the current Giant Tiger flyer to save money. Discounts are valid from Wed Feb 19, 2020 until Tue Feb 25, 2020. Kupino.ca reviews and updates special offers from retailers around Canada for you every day. To view items on sale in the current Giant Tiger flyer, go to the Promotions tab in the flyer. Have you not picked anything from the current Giant Tiger flyer? In the category Department and Grocery Stores we have another 59 flyers from 63 retailers, e.g. current Longo's flyer, current Walmart flyer, current First Choice Supermarket flyer. You save time and money by browsing online at Kupino.ca and shopping for sale items at Giant Tiger.
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