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Bramalea City Centre, Brampton

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
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4.1/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
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  • Seeing as how we are from a small town with minimal shopping options, almost anywhere is a great place to shop. Nice food court, well laid out and lots of great options for shopping. Thoroughly enjoye...  read more »
  • The mall itself is okay but in the stores I find people just throw things on the floor and it makes me feel really bad for the employees who have to clean that. 
  • I live in Brampton, close to the mall as a matter of fact. It has pretty much everything you need which is convenient. It's the biggest mall in Brampton so most people living in here shop there. So it...  read more »
  • Great mall with OK interior, lots of popular shops, great Bay location, Good Best Buy Location, Great Dollarama Location. Horrible experience with people parking, Parking is OK. Constant outside construction can be very annoying.
  • The BCC is a decent mall. Some good stores with a nice food court and a somewhat simple layout. It has free WiFi which is great but that only works about 10% of the time.
  • To mutch confusion should have more accessibilité to wheel chair ar entrance with eletric buggy like Wal Mart has for a big cemter it realy poorly manage for anticap cant even habe help to get i n elevator whenI went a few weeks ago pls remedy the problem
  • The Bramalea City Centre is a large shopping mall located in the city of Brampton, Ontario, Canada. With more than 300 outlets, it is one of Canada's largest shopping malls. The Bramalea City Centre is located, near the intersection of Queen Street and Dixie Road. It is just east of Highway 410. Brampton Transit's Bramalea Terminal was moved in 2010 from its original site on the southeast side of the mall to a location to the north, to accommodate the Züm bus rapid transit service on Queen Street. WiFI available Free PArking.
  • 1. More information help desks would be helpful 2. A limited selection of high end brand stores 3. Having two food courts is helpful when the mall is full 4. The transit connectivity is way better than it was a decade ago 5.There should be a movie a theater in this mall. Where the Target used to be would be a good place
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