December warehouse sales in Toronto are all about two things: keeping warm and gift giving. On staying snug, you've got major sales on winter coats and scarves to help get you through the winter. For your gift giving needs, you'll find hot deals on electronics, cosmetics, and even Versace handbags.Events you might want to check out:
The Scarf Company Warehouse Sale (December 1-2 @ FRAAS)
Find something cozy and cheap to wrap your face in before the winter winds start getting nasty. This German scarf company is boasting two days of significant discounts.
Kitchen Stuff Plus Winter Warehouse Sale (December 1-4 @ 135 Wendall Ave)
Find savings of up to 90% off on appliances, furniture, gadgets, home decor and more just in time for the holiday shopping season.
Lisa's Cosmetics Christmas Sale (December 1-10 @ Lisa's Cosmetics)
Lisa's annual Christmas Warehouse Sale offers shoppers an array of designer cosmetics and fragrances on sale for up to 80% off regular price.
Bargains Group Warehouse Sale (December 1-23 @ 894 Caledonia Road)
Hundreds of wholesale, brand name toys, clothes and other gifts await. Save up to 80% off brands like Marvel, Crayola, Maple Leafs, and more.
Samtack Electronics Warehouse Sale (December 1-31 @ 455 Gilbraltar Drive)
Tech heads rejoice, the Samtack electronics sale presents oodles of cameras, phones, TVs, and other electronics from Sony, LG, Dyson, and more on sale for up to 80% off.
Winter Parka Sample Sale (December 4-7 @ 8432 Leslie St)
From Canada Goose to Arctic North and more, you'll find a huge selection of winter coats with savings of up to 50% off.
Versace Sample Sale (December 5-7 @ Le Parc)
Impress your friends (and Bruno Mars) by flexing Versace hand bags, shoes, and jewelery. All this and more at up to 80% off for three days only.
Foxy Originals Jewelery Sample Sale (December 6 @ Bata Shoe Museum)
The Bata Shoe Museum transforms into a one day sample sale, offering up to 80% off on necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and other perfect gifts for the women and jewelery lovers on your shopping list.
by Corey Van Den Hoogenband via blogTO