Hudson's Bay Canada Is Having A 70% Off Sale On Luggage Across Canada Today Only

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Hudson's Bay Canada Is Having A 70% Off Sale On Luggage Across Canada Today Only

The holidays are LITERALLY around the corner. You probably can't be more excited than you are now for the festivities, get-togethers, special occassions, and even vacation travelling.

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TL;DR Hudson's Bay Canada is having a one-day holiday sale today on most of their luggage sets, with prices up to 70% off. The sale is both online and in-store, with free shipping on orders over $99. More details below.

If you were planning on taking a trip this year, you probably have all of your packing sorted out... right? Well if you're like the rest of us and wait until the very last minute to begin packing, you will definitely appreciate the Hudson's Bay one-day holiday sale on your most needed travel essentials. 

Via Hudson's Bay

The Canadian giant is taking a whopping 70% off most luggage collections today only! Not only that, but today's highlighted deal is offering a three-piece Heys Para-Lite Expandable luggage set for only $199.99. For context, the regular price on this set is a whopping $800.

The sale is both online and in-store, so to help you navigate what deals you should especially be on the lookout for, here's some of the best going on for the rest of the day:

Via Hudson's Bay

To sweeten the deal, Hudson's Bay is offering free shipping on any orders over $99, so there's really no reason not to take advantage of this deal ASAP. 

For more information, you can visit the official Hudson's Bay website HERE.


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