Boxing Day sales in Toronto will have you spending all your hard-earned holiday cash on everything from discounted homeware to hair products. Whether you're brave enough to enter a Cadillac Fairview mall or online shopping from the warmth of your bed, you can bet on finding some stellar post Chritmas deals. This is for you, bargain hunters.
Here are my picks for the top Boxing Day sales in Toronto for 2015.
At Dutil you'll be able to snag denim, knits and button ups for up to 98% off. If you arrive before 10 a.m. on Boxing Day you'll also have the chance to win a free pair of jeans.
Uncle Otis is offering up to 60% off select clothing items plus 15% off of non-seasonal items like accessories and bags.
Gotstyle is putting all suits, dress shirts, ties and pocket squares on BOGO. Plus, all regularly priced good will be 30% off and sale merch will be 50-70% off. Selected womenswear will also have markdowns of 30-70% off.
From December 26th to the 31st you can save a minimum of 30% off of most regularly priced outwear and outerwear accessories. Those into fishing are in luck as the shop is also offering 15% off reels and rods as well.
Trove will cut the prices on almost everything by 25%-60% at its Annex, Bloor West and Danforth shops.
The Bay sells everything from outerwear to appliances, making it a one stop shop. On Saturday and Sunday the store will be doing hundreds of mark downs, including 60% off select men and women's outwear and up to 70% clearance items.
On Saturday you'll be able to save up to 50% off selected goods at Roots. This includes everything from comfy loungewear to fashion-forward suede jackets.
Over the Rainbow
Over the Rainbow will be celebrating Boxing Day by offering up to 50% off all in-store and online purchases and door crasher specials marked down between $25 - $35.
Forever 21 is normally pretty good with prices, so it should come as no surprise that its Boxing Week prices are insanely low (up to 75% off). If you want to revamp your entire wardrobe, this is a one stop shop.
The menswear shop on The Danforth will cut prices by up to 50% on select styles for Boxing Day. So if you're in need of a new blazer or full suit, now's the time to buy.
If you like luxury goods but not their price tag, now's the time to head to Holts. The city's classiest shopping destination is reducing prices for Boxing Day. You'll find top of the line designer goods for up to 70% off. There are more than a few gift with purchase options, as well.
H&M is doing some hefty price cuts in the name of Boxing Day. Stock up on clothing and accessories for up to 70% off (deals start at $5). Plan to go as early as possible, as it tends to get crazy in all departments.
At Rudsak you'll be able to pick up everything from footwear to parkas for up to 50% off. The prices won't exactly be on par with Forever 21, but the quality makes up for that.
Head to Yorkville or the Eaton Centre to pick up pieces from the UK retailer for up to 50% off. You'll find mid-priced cocktail dresses, suits, knits and office-appropriate attire for men and women.
At Aritzia you'll be able to grab pieces from Talula, TNA, Wilfred and more for up to 50% off. The sale is both online and in store, so feel free to shop from the comfort of your bed.
Head to Motoretta to get deals on goods from brands like Lee, Fred Perry, Daniel Wellington and Aigle. Everything in the store will be receiving price cuts from 50%-70% off.
If you prefer supporting local brands, North Standard is worth hitting up. The shop is taking up to 70% off select merchandise. You'll be able to find everything from beanies to blankets by HBC, Tuck Shop Co. and more.
Haven is slashing prices on select items by up to 70%. You'll be able to find heavily discounted goods from coveted brands like Nike, Undercover and Bedwin.
Jonathan+Olivia is cutting the prices by 40% on select stock. The Ossington shop carries goods from brands like Isabel Marant, Acne and Helmut Lang, so you're bound to find some great additions to your wardrobe.
Oak + Fort
If you want to stock up on cozy knits and minimalist pieces, head to Oak + Fort on Boxing Day. You'll be able to save up to 70% on select styles.
In the market for hard to find sneakers, vintage kicks or streetwear? Capsule is offering up to 50% select goods this Saturday.
In need of new work out apparel? Head to Sport Chek on Boxing Day to save 50% off selected shoes and hundreds of dollars of of equipment like snowboards and tennis rackets.
Call It Spring
On Saturday Call It Spring will offering $20 off selected women's and men's boots as well as 30% off everything in-store.
At ALDO you'll get 50% off the original price of all reduced footwear and 20% off all regularly price merch.
Little Burgundy has cut prices on all its sale merchandise by 50% and hacked 15%-20% off some of its regularly priced stock. You'll find Timberlands and UGGs among the on-sale stock, so if you need to invest in some winter footwear, now's the time.
Brown's is cutting the prices on tons of men's and women's footwear styles. You'll be able to snag pairs from top brands like Hunter, Michael Kors and Fred Perry for up to 70% off.
If you're in need of a stylish new pair of shoes, head to Capezio on Boxing Day. The store is offering 20% off both sale and regularly priced merchandise.
This Saturday a ton of merch will be marked down 20%, that means you'll find shoes under $30, and clothing and accessories below the $10 mark.
Head to Get Outside to pick up kicks from top shoe brands like Converse and Hunter for 20% off.
Silver Snail Comics
If you're into comics, you're probably familiar with the Silver Snail. On Boxing Day only most of the stock will be marked down (details are still TBA) so you can buy up your favourite superhero stories and/or memorabilia without putting a huge dent in your bank account. Doors open at 8 a.m.
Head to your local Indigo/Chapters/Coles to get stellar deals on books, stationary, and electronic goods - some discounted as much as 50% off.
Kops Records is have a blowout sale at all three locations. Scoop up new music on the cheap. All $1 Records will be priced at 20¢ each or 15 for $2. All $2 45s will sell for 20¢ each or 15 for $2. And all $2.99 Mix and Match LPs will be $1 each, or 15 for $10.
Vortex Records will be closing its doors for good after Boxing Day, so if you want to get your hands on some budget-friendly music now's the time. From December 26th to the 28th CDs and Records $3 each and on the 29th and 30th they'll be $2.
Long & McQuade
If you want to make your own music, head to Long & McQuade this Saturday. Select stores will have discounts on everything from banjos to celtic amps. There's also a ton of audio equipment on sale.
Best Buy is a favourite destination for sale-savvy techies on Boxing Day. Those who are willing to brave the chaos will find select TVs, DSLR cameras, and computers with hundreds of dollars hacked off the price tags. Doors open at 6 a.m. sharp, so set your alarm.
Henry's has deals on all sorts of camera gear and related products including $250 off the DJI Phantom 3 Professional, $400 off a Nikon D7100 DSLR and $250 off a Canon EOS Rebel T5i.
The Source is putting hundreds of items on sale for its Boxing Day extravaganza. If you can get to the store early, you may be able to get your hands on a discounted Beats Headphones ($159.99) or a Canon EOS Rebel SL1 ($499.99). They also have a few online exclusives.
There are deals on PCs, Xbox One, Surface and computer accessories. Discounts run for the duration of Boxing Week.
The furniture sold at Elte Market normally comes with a hefty price tag attached. However, this Saturday you'll be able to purchase some pieces at IKEA prices. Aim to go early as the first 100 customers in the store will receive a gift card worth up to $500 off.
EAT & DRINK
If you're in need of mugs, teas and steeping accessories, head to David's on Saturday. You'll be able to snag select items for up to 40%.
Kitchen Stuff Plus
If you need to upgrade your kitchen, this is where to go on Saturday. The store is offering hefty price cuts on culinary gadgets, gizmos and utensils. If you've been lusting after Kitchen Aid mixer, now's the time to pick one up.
What did I miss? Leave your top pick for Boxing Day sales in the comments.
by Alice Prendergast via blogTO