How the Designer Room at the Nordstrom Warehouse Sale Works
The Nordstrom Warehouse Sale at the Markham Fairgrounds is right around the corner, and we want to give you all the info you need to know to have the best shopping experience possible.
You’ll notice a directory/map of the Markham Fairgrounds with a layout of the Nordstrom sale floor set up below.
All customers must enter through the doors in between building 3 and building 4.
How The Designer Room Works
Once customers enter the sale, they will begin by walking through Building 3. Building 3 is our Designer Room. Products in the Designer room originally retailed for $300 – $5000 in Nordstrom Stores. Products in the Designer room will be priced from $99.99 to $599.99 and all product in the Designer room must be paid for this room, where we will have a separate set of registers. Customers shopping in the Designer Room will be given a black shopping bag.
If you made a purchase in the Designer Room your items will be placed into a sealed bag with your receipt stapled to the outside. A security guard will verify your purchase by marking a line on your receipt. At this point, you can make your way through the rest of the sale with your sealed bag.
PLEASE NOTE: Customers can bypass the Designer Room upon entry to the sale and make their way to buildings 1 and 2. Please refer to the directory below for what you can find in buildings 1 and 2.
Customers who wish to enter the Designer Room with unpaid items from buildings 1 and 2, must check those items at our bag check (located in building 3) as items from buildings 1 and 2 are not permitted in the Designer Room. Please note, there might be a line up to enter the designer room.
If you are shopping in buildings 1 and 2, you will be given a red shopping bag in the hallway between before entering building 2.
Items from buildings 1 and 2 must be paid for at our main register area in building 1 and all customers must exit through building 1 as well.