Warehouse sales in Toronto this month offer cut rate deals on popular shoe brands, winter coats, bikes and housewares. October is looking like a deal-hunter's paradise.Â Events you might want to check out:
North Face sample sale (October 4-9 @ 533 College Street)
Time to start investing in some warmth and this North Face sale is just the place with major reductions on men's, women's and children's outerwear, sportswear and footwear, as well as backpacks.
Puma warehouse sale (October 5-8 @ The International Centre)
Save up to 80 percent on apparel, footwear and accessories for men, women and kids. Try not to wear Puma stuff to the sale itself so as to not confuse everybody.
Designer shoe warehouse sale (October 5-9 @ International Centre)
Save big on footwear by BCBG, Lucky Brand, Vince Camuto, Sam Edelman & way more at this five-day shoe extravaganza.
Bicycle sale (October 14 @ Enercare Centre East Annex, Hall F)
This is a once-a-year, seven-hour sales blitz. It's $5 to get in, but you then have access to hundreds of bikes, accessories, clothing, helmets... it's time to stock up for next summer!
Movie wardrobe sale (October 21 @ 721 Eastern Ave)
This is the perfect place to find a Halloween costume or just fill up your tickle trunk with 30 vendors selling designer and vintage clothing, accessories, deadstock, samples, one-of-a kind pieces, fabrics, notions, wardrobe supplies and more.
Kitchen Stuff Plus warehouse event (October 20-23 @ 135 Wendell Avenue)
Need some new stuff for that new apartment? Save up to 90 per cent off appliances, furniture, dinnerware, cookware, gadgets, linens, and stemware with brands like Umbra, Cuisinart, Henckels, KitchenAid.
Geox warehouse sale (October 26 - November 5 @ International Centre)
Let your feet breathe freely and get on this Geox Warehouse Sale where you'll snag fall and winter footwear, outerwear and apparel, for up to 75 per cent off the retail price.
Wildly Delicious warehouse sale (October 27 - December 22 @ Wildly Delicious)
Save up to 90 percent off selected merchandise like brie bakers, compotes, oils, vinegars, dips, gift sets, glitter spreads, seasonings, sauces and more. It's cash only and the perfect spot to get a head start on stocking stuffers.
by Phil Villeneuve via blogTO