Let’s take a moment to commiserate over the sad state of the Canadian Dollar for a minute. But only a minute, because there are plenty of outlet malls near Brampton offering stellar discounts. Not only will you save money on gas, but you’ll be able to snag deals that outlet mall regulars rave about. Here are the 10 best outlet malls near Brampton.
Heartland has over 2 million square feet of shopping space across 180 stores and it’s just a short drive from Brampton. Stores include Calvin Klein, H&M and Banana Republic. They also have a Wal Mart Superstore, Best Buy and a Costco, so you can get your regular everyday shopping done at the same time. See their current discounts here.
Dixie outlet mall has 120 retailers and you can expect to find great promotions at every last one of them. The best part is, it’s also super close to Brampton. Stores include a Levi’s outlet, Aldo outlet, and Tommy Hilfiger. See their current discounts here.
Premium Outlets in Halton Hills is an outdoor outlet mall that has over 80 stores offering discounts at 25-65% off. This is the perfect place for shoppers seeking a more upscale shopping experience. Their collection of high-end stores includes Saks Fifth Avenue, Kate Spade, Burberry, and Michael Kors. See their current in-store discounts here.
1 Bass Pro Mills Dr, Vaughan
As one of Canada’s largest outlet malls, Vaughan Mills is a pretty solid option when seeking out amazing deals. It has over 200 stores with discounts on just about everything — from clothing and jewellery, to shoes and beauty products. The mall also has several high-end retailers such as Harry Rosen and Holt Renfrew.
Orfus Rd has and will always be the go-to please for discount buys. Don’t expect many high-end retailers, but do expect Stitches, Le Chateau, Suzy Shier, Nine West, Roots and more. Go prepared to carry lots of bags because there’s never a shortage of deals.
This North York bargain stop’s two outlet stores offer crucial savings on key household items, food, and kitchen ware. Stock up on cooking necessities and urban dishware at Corning. When you’re done there head over to Almost Perfect for low-priced frozen foods.
The Colossus Centre is located just off of Weston Road in Woodbridge. It has its standard mall stores, mixed in with quite a few outlet stores too. It’s a great place to go for jeans. Pantorama and Buffalo Jeans outlets keep a healthy denim stock. There’s also a Kodiak outlet if you’re looking for reliable footwear for those harsh winter months.
Canada One is a strip-like mall, so you can expect to do a lot of walking. Comfortable shoes are recommended. It’s the go-to for sportswear outlets and you’ll find a bunch of major brands such as Nike, Adidas, Reebok, and Lulu Lemon. Lots of stores offer 50% off discounts.
Tanger, formerly known as Cookstown outlet mall, is a bit of a drive, but they have seriously upped their game in the last few years. They have a generous selection of factory stores including Guess, Banana Republic, Ralph Lauren, and Nike.
The outlets in Niagara has such a wide range of offerings, it’s no surprise shoppers happily make the trip here. They have everything from major brands in sporting goods like The North Face and Columbia, to high-end retailers such as Hugo Boss and CK.