Montreal Sales: How To Find the Best Deals in Town
Deep discount sales. Three words that sum up the best way to save money on clothing, accessories, even housewares or big ticket furniture. But you used to have to work in manufacturing, know somebody, or know somebody who knows somebody who's sleeping with a store manager to get the scoop on the kind of deals that wipe roughly 50% to 80% off retail prices.
Montreal Sales Ripe for the Picking
In recent times, it's become remarkably easier to find out about the biggest and best deep discount sales thanks in large part to the Internet as well as the surging popularity of vintage shopping. So how does a bargain hunter get organized in the 21st century? Enter your ultimate Montreal sales guide, compiled by a self-confessed chic-on-a-budgetista, your humble city expert Evelyn Reid.
Montreal Sales: 3 Ways to Save a Lot of Money
Aching to shave 50% to 80% off retails prices on apparel, accessories and housewares? Wishing luxe were more affordable? Stop wishing and start shopping with the following retail strategies.
- Montreal Vintage Shops
- Whether you've gone secondhand to save money, save the environment or save yourself from chucking separates that don't seem to go with anything in your closet, there's something distinctly satisfying about scoring a long lost designer piece, vintage poster or leather jacket that's been off the market for decades. Doesn't get much more exclusive than that. And the prices can be incredible. But which Montreal vintage shops, friperies and secondhand stores should be on every fashionista's shortlist?
- Montreal Sidewalk Sales
- Sidewalk sales are basically street fairs with great shopping deals, cheap eats, live entertainment and when it comes to the good ones, activities for kids, which are often part of the experience, ideal shopping experiences for anyone snooping for sales as well as for families looking for something to do that's affordable, easily accessible and pleases the whole clan.