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Toronto Premium Outlets, Halton Hills

Categories: Factory Outlets, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
2.8/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
Pick out some bargains at Toronto Premium Outlets, a large outdoor mall with a wide variety of premium brands. The mall has over 80 stores, including Calvin Klein, Coach Outlet, and Michael Kors, all offering high-end products at reduced prices. Weekends and holidays can get exceptionally busy, and you might have issues finding parking. Dress warmly on cold or wet days, as the open-air mall offers little protection from the elements. Make Toronto Premium Outlets a part of your Georgetown vacation plans using our Georgetown vacation builder.
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  • We visited this mall on our last weekend in Canada. It was crazy busy and we found it quite hard to park. There's a good selection of shops and some bargains to be found. I don't know how it compares ...  read more »
  • Saturday afternoon after Labor Day weekend, full House! File anywhere yet here as well as in Montreal fewer discounts than in the US and cartel to keep the dogs out on every shop: particularly rude the manager from Banana Republic who pointed out to me the sign, almost giving the blind, when then let anyone with frozen food and drinks in hand. Very few discounts on registration for VIP clients.
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  • Great discounts in September 2016. Amanda handbags Kors to-40.50 and 70%. For 95 € real leather bags. Nine west shoes to 24 €, ... Really worth
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  • If you're not too quality conscious, outlet malls can be a decent place to pick up "designer" products. However, if you're looking to buy quality designer products, avoid outlet malls. Usually the products are made of cheaper quality or leftover products with slight blemishes or defects. Or they're out of season products that there's an excess of. Food here is priced at tourist attraction rates, but the gas stations near here are cheaper than in Toronto. I like the open concept of the mall, but in the wintertime, the lack of a proper enclosure is brutal.
  • One stop shop! You will find good deals. We bought 2 bags from MK they were doing 40% sale. We were charged $298 -40%. When we got home n opened the bag the tag on the bag said different rate than the bag in the store. It showed $268. We will go n show this to MK and we will see what happens. I will update shortly.
  • So, I mean this is what heaven must be like. I loved these outlets. All the designer names I like so it was great for me. We went on a Saturday so it was a little busy but definitely worth it. Can't think of a drawback. Lot's of parking but it might take some maneuvering on a busy day! If you like to shop and you're in the GTA this is the place!
  • This place is nice and I enjoy shopping here. Great deals. Better to go during the week. Parking is a disaster
  • A large selection of name brand outlet stores are concentrated in one place right off the highway with ample parking. I don't think the deals are great compared with the offerings across the border. The food court is quite minimal considering how busy this location can get. Expect lineups outside of the popular stores if you're visiting on a weekend. This is not a traditional indoor mall, and you are forced to walk outside to get between stores. It can be quite windy and cold during the winter months.
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