Square One Introducing Special Pass for Certain Shoppers in Mississauga
While every Mississauga resident knows Square One has a lot to offer local diners and shoppers, not everyone realizes how many tourists the shopping centre draws in—especially in the summer.
The shopping hotspot, which, according to a recent Retail Council of Canada report, attracts 23 million visitors a year, is doing something extra special for shoppers who go out of their way to visit the retail mecca.
Square One recently announced that it has introduced an innovative program for tourist shoppers, which includes anyone who has travelled over 60+ km to shop at Square One.
The Tourist Privileges Pass is intended for out-of-town shoppers who want access to exclusive offers, special savings and complimentary services at participating retailers.
How does one get a pass?
Anyone interested in a pass is required to present a passport, driver's license or hotel room key at any of the Guest Experience kiosks throughout the shopping centre.
Once a shopper has received the Tourist Privileges Pass, he or she can present it in store along with the offer on his or her mobile device to successfully redeem and complete the purchase
Pass holders who spend $200 or more before taxes in one visit are eligible to receive a $20 Square One gift card.
So if you have friends or family members who plan on coming to Mississauga to visit the newly-opened Rec Room or Food District, let them know that there might be some extra deals in store for them if they want to expand their summer wardrobe.
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