Niagara Buffalo outlet Military road, everything was 50% off!

designer1

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Got this beauty for $39, some sunglasses for $50, I was surprised to see that everything was half price. The next day in Florida at Miromar outlet that was not the case :sad:

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I do too, so I grabbed it for my vacation in Florida, so I didn't have to cart around my large LV tote bag. I found a dress in that colour too…I love turquoise! :smile:
 

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I got this Park wristlet too. But mine was incorrectly marked at $19.99 so w/ 50 off it was only $10! :smile:
It's a beautiful color!
 

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Niagara Falls is my "home" outlet ... every time I'm there, it's 50% off everything. At least they did last Sunday and last Thursday when I was there. :smile:
 

Caspin22

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50% is the "standard" sale. My outlet has done some other things, and recently went to no coupon and "prices as marked" - which were the 50% off prices. I preferred that, actually, because I didn't need to do math in my head, but according to my SA, it went over like a ton of bricks, so now they're doing the 50% coupon again. Proves that for many, it's not about the final price, but about the perception of the sale.
 

designer1

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Niagara Falls is my "home" outlet ... every time I'm there, it's 50% off everything. At least they did last Sunday and last Thursday when I was there. :smile:
Lucky gal !! So many great stores in that mall, great prices everywhere! Now I can never shop at the one on the Canadian side at Niagara since the prices are much more. I can't believe how inexpensive food, clothing, handbags, alcohol and gas is in the US ! :sad:
66 ouncer of premium vodka at duty free was $21, here it's $70. Filled up the rental Jeep for $42, here it's $100! Dinner for 5 at Applebee's was around $80, here it would have been $120! So unfair !!
 

vesperholly

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Lucky gal !! So many great stores in that mall, great prices everywhere! Now I can never shop at the one on the Canadian side at Niagara since the prices are much more. I can't believe how inexpensive food, clothing, handbags, alcohol and gas is in the US ! :sad:
66 ouncer of premium vodka at duty free was $21, here it's $70. Filled up the rental Jeep for $42, here it's $100! Dinner for 5 at Applebee's was around $80, here it would have been $120! So unfair !!
I didn't know there was even an outlet in St. Catharines, let alone a Coach store! How do the prices compare? Decent selection? I was considering stopping there on my way to Ikea when I go next month.

It does seem unfair how much they jack up prices in Canada considering the exchange rate hasn't been in our favor for a long time. Then again, I'd rather have gov't health care! :smile:
 

ildera5

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I didn't know there was even an outlet in St. Catharines, let alone a Coach store! How do the prices compare? Decent selection? I was considering stopping there on my way to Ikea when I go next month.

It does seem unfair how much they jack up prices in Canada considering the exchange rate hasn't been in our favor for a long time. Then again, I'd rather have gov't health care! :smile:
I think that there are only outlets in Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake if you are looking for outlets near the border :smile:.
 
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designer1

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I didn't know there was even an outlet in St. Catharines, let alone a Coach store! How do the prices compare? Decent selection? I was considering stopping there on my way to Ikea when I go next month.

It does seem unfair how much they jack up prices in Canada considering the exchange rate hasn't been in our favor for a long time. Then again, I'd rather have gov't health care! :smile:
I was just telling a friend how inexpensive everything was in the US, yet so many homes in foreclosure. She said "yes everything is cheaper, until you need healthcare". I agree. Still gonna buy a home there ($ 140 000 for something similar that sells for $ 399 000 here). Live there for 6 months, shop..etc, then home for 6 months, the best of both worlds, and still have out free healthcare! :graucho: