Canada’s big 1-5-0 is happening this weekend, and in celebration, tons of retailers are offering deep, deep discounts. This long weekend brings 4-days of affordable shopping – think buy one, get one free sales and additional percentage off.
Here are the sales you can’t afford to miss.
Fred Perry End of Season Sale
Fans of Fred Perry will be excited to hear that the Toronto flagship store is hosting its semi-annual end of season sale. This time around, shoppers can save up to 30-50% on seasonal apparel and 50% off shoes and accessories. The sale runs until July 7. Get full sale details here.
Hauser Canada Day Sale
Looking to spruce up your patio? You’re in luck! Hauser is hosting a Canada Day sale, which runs all weekend long. Shop online or head in-stores to save up to 40% on patio furniture, outdoor rugs, lanterns, umbrellas and more. The sale is on until July 4. Get full sale details here.
Joe Fresh Canada Day Sale
Get the whole family involved in Canada Day savings online at Joe Fresh. Right now, the retailer is taking an additional 30% off select clearance items with the promotion code, “CANADA30”. The sale runs until July 4. Shop the sale here.
Forever 21 BOGO Sale
Oh, Canada! In celebration of our nation’s big birthday, Forever 21 is hosting a big BOGO sale. All sale items are buy one, get one free using the promotion code, “BOGOFREE”. Now that’s a good birthday present! Shop the sale here.
Armed Jewelry Canada Day Sale
Right now, local shop Armed is hosting an online summer sale – the entire store is 40% off with the promotion code, “DREAMZ”. Included in the limited-time sale are earrings, sunglasses, locally designed and made necklaces, and more. Shop the sale here.
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