Biggest sidewalk sale in Mississauga returns this week
Published August 13, 2022 at 10:30 am
Shoppers looking to save on clothes, food, electronics, school supplies and more are in luck – Heartland Town Centre’s annual Summer Sidewalk Sale is on now in Mississauga.
Running from Friday, August 12 until Sunday, August 21, the sale promises big savings from over 50 participating stores, making it one of HTC’s biggest sidewalk sales yet.
That includes popular stores like Suzy Shier, Sephora, La Vie en Rose, The Gap, Roots, Bell, GameStop, Ren’s Pets, Kitchen Stuff Plus and many more, most of which will have products on display both inside the store and outside on the sidewalk.
During the 10-day sale, participating retailers will offer discounted products/services, and some will even have special promotional deals (keep an eye on Heartland Town Centre’s website for more information).
So far, the following stores and restaurants are participating in the sale:
- American Eagle
- Bath & Body Works
- Bell Mobility
- Big Brand Fashion
- COBS Bread
- Complete MD Family Practice and Med Spa Clinic
- Designer Depot
- GAP Factory Store
- Kitchen Stuff Plus
- Laurier Optical
- Linen Chest
- Nordstrom Rack
- Ren’s Pets
- Soft Moc Shoe Rack (in-store only)
- Suzy Shier
- The Brick
- The Pashmina House
- Tip Top Tailors
- Vasai Furniture Gallery
- Westpoint Optical
- Chatters Salon
- Dhaagay Fashions
- Edo Japan
- La Vie En Rose Outlet
- Modern Golf Outlet
- Moores Clothing for Men (in-store only)
- Pro Beauty Suites and Supplies
- Work Authority
- International Clothiers
- Carters OshKosh (in-store only)
Participating stores will feature sales that are exclusive to Heartland Town Centre, meaning you won’t find them at any of the brand’s other locations.
Situated around the intersection of Mavis and Britannia, Heartland Town Centre is a sprawling outdoor shopping centre (2.2 million square feet) offering everything from food to fashion to fun, and is the biggest outdoor shopping destination in Mississauga.
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