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Hobby Hobby Discount Codes & Coupons November 2019

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Hobby Hobby Shopping and Saving Tips

When shopping at Hobby Hobby, you can get free shipping in CANADA on orders over $ 199 before taxes excluding territories (YT, NT and naked). Free shipping orders will be sent by the cheapest method. Faster transport services are available at an extra cost. All transport options are shown at check-out. Orders under $ 199 charge exactly what courier fees are. If the parcel is oversized, Hobby Hobby will pay the basic cost, and the difference in oversize charge will be added to the end. Installments over 48,000 cubic centimeters of the volume are considered oversize. For small orders below US $ 30 in value, and if it fits in a bubble envelope, Hobby Hobby can send it to a flat rate of $ 5, without insurance and tracking. The minimum order amount is $ 10.

Please note: Hobby Hobby can only ship to the billing address of the cardholder credit, and Hobby Hobby should have a signature for proof of delivery.

Online applications at Hobby Hobby can be picked up at their store. When you place an order online, select free in-store pickup. Your credit card is only pre-authorized. When you pick up your order, you will be required to complete the payment transaction. You can pay with Visa, Mastercard, debit card or cash.

About Hobby Hobby

Hobby Hobby was founded in 1984 and quickly became one of Canada's most important R/C equipment suppliers. Tom Bakonyi and his knowledgeable staff make Hobby Hobby the favorite place for R/C enthusiasts in the Greater Toronto area. Hobby Hobby's reputation is built on active marketing, after-sales support, and the philosophy of putting customer needs first. Unbeatable quality, price and service call Hobby Hobby! Hobby Hobby's boss, Tom Bakonyi, was named an annual hobby dealer in a special speech at the Hobby Show. Tom received a crystal prize specially designed by toy and game magazine publisher Graham Kenned and The Hobby Show president Ted Curl.