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MEDIA ADVISORY: One-Day Deals Half-Price at Giant Tiger!

OTTAWA, ONTARIO -- (Marketwire) -- 11/21/12 -- On Black Friday, Saturday and Sunday, come to Giant Tiger and take advantage of our one-day half-price deals!

Santa Saves Here with COBY video MP3 player 4GB at $19.97! Be "the hostess with the mostess" with our hostess slipper set. Perfect for guests! It comes with 5 pairs of slippers and hangs nicely on a door. Only $10!

Deal Alert! Mens 4 pack Tuffgear thermal socks at $4.97.

Shop GT first! Custom Porsche model car is the Item of the Week at $29.97. Easy Bake microwave kit includes 8 mixes and bakes in seconds, only $9 (compared at $24.99). Dual Plug 'N Sing karaoke microphone system at $19.97 (compared at $29.99). Remote control toys at $14 and $19. Deal Alert! Maxell batteries AA or AAA 10-pack at $2.47 each.

Give movies and games for less! PC games at $4.97, Blu-ray videos at $6.99 and DVD box sets at $19.99.

Deal Alert! Get fragrances for him or for her for less at Giant Tiger at only $5.

Animalz only at GT! Pick up boys or girls PJ sets or robes for $12 and $14.

Don't forget....Giant Tiger Gift Cards make great party favours, hostess gifts and teachers LOVE gift cards!!

Use your smartphone to scan your reusable GT bag. Scan often for the latest exclusive deals and surprises.

Get your party tips in this week's flyer and try our "Click-a-Closet" feature at to create your own outfits!

This flyer ends November 28, 2012. Go to to look through our flyer online!

Download our Giant Tiger free app! Keep us at your fingertips to save on everything. Available on the App Store.

Giant Tiger has been a proud Canadian company since...... FOREVER!

About Giant Tiger:

Giant Tiger is the leading Canadian owned family discount store, providing on trend family fashions, groceries, and everyday needs at low prices that Canadians have come to love and expect. Established in 1961 in Ottawa's Byward Market, the privately held company has grown to over 200 locations across Canada and employs over 7,000 team members. The friendly local stores with the iconic yellow tiger logo are more than an affordable and convenient shopping experience for customers, they help bring communities together. Giant Tiger has a long-standing tradition of supporting surrounding communities. In 2011, Giant Tiger donated more than $2 million to more than 700 local associations across Canada. For more information about the company, please visit or join us on Facebook at or follow us on Twitter @GTboutique.

Because Every Day is Canada Day with Giant Tiger. #CanadaPROUD

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