The best warehouse in Ontario to get Target brand merch at huge sale prices

Published April 4, 2024 at 3:48 pm

Brands & Bins Gone Wild is the best warehouse in Ontario to get Target brand merch at huge sale prices

Canadians who miss shopping at Target will be happy to know they can find a ton of Target products and merchandise at Brands Gone Wild, a popular discount store with locations in Oakville and Etobicoke.

The store has recently received truckloads of Target inventory clearances, making it the best place in Canada to find the major US retailer’s brand of trendy products at incredibly low prices.

The large selection includes brand-name home accessories, clothing, children’s toys and much more. Shoppers are encouraged to visit the store for themselves and see what’s available – but be fast, as these products are selling quick.

Brands Gone Wild has an Oakville location at 3465 Wyecroft Rd as well as their original Toronto store at 1255 The Queensway in Etobicoke.

The new shipments of Target merch are just some of the many new products arriving at Brands Gone Wild every week. Regular shoppers know there’s a new selection every time they visit, making the store not just a great shopping spot but a fun experience for all kinds of bargain hunters.

The store is a combination warehouse and liquidation store full of clearance bins. On the warehouse side, the store offers sales of up to 80% off major clothing brands like Crooks & Castles, Scotch & Soda, Bench, and Pajar.

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Shoppers will find a wide variety of joggers, hoodies, shorts, t-shirts, socks, underwear and swimwear, making it a great spot to complete your spring and summer wardrobe.

In the clearance bins (currently only available at the Etobicoke location), shoppers will find just about anything – the bins are stocked every week with heavily discounted products from Amazon and other stores, including home appliances and household items, clothes, accessories and beauty products. You never know what will end up in the bins, making every visit an exciting one!

Nearly everything in the bins is 70% off Amazon’s prices, and the store has recently added a selection of small electronics and gadgets. The bins also have high-ticket items that are normally priced around $100 to $500, but here shoppers can get them for $50-$300 off.

Since 1990, Brands Gone Wild has been offering some of the lowest possible prices due to opportunity buying: they’re made up of a large network of Toronto-based wholesale buyers who scavenge around for opportunity purchases (such as cancelled orders and seasonal stock) from popular brands, allowing them to sell high-quality items at marked down prices.

Once the store’s stock is gone, it’s gone for good, so be sure to check in frequently or follow the store’s Instagram and Facebook pages for the latest updates.

For a unique two-in-one shopping experience you won’t find anywhere else, stop by Brands & Bins Gone Wild in Etobicoke or Brands Gone Wild in Oakville. Both of their stores are open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends.

To see the latest updates and new stock, visit Brands Gone Wild’s website, Instagram, Facebook and TikTok.

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