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A Complete List Of The Best Canada Day Deals In Montreal

Get ready for some major savings on flights, electronics, and more.
A Complete List Of The Best Canada Day Deals In Montreal

This Monday, we celebrate Canada Day. The holiday means that we get a nice, long weekend to relax, sleep and shop. Many companies are offering deals to celebrate the national holiday, as well.

This weekend, customers can make some major savings on all kinds of things from flights to electronics and everything in between. Companies like Air Canada and the Hudson's Bay are having some great sales.

We've put together a list of the best deals taking place throughout the Canada Day long weekend to help you save some major bucks. Take a look at our list and thank us later.

FREE Pizza & Coke

July 1st is also Moving Day in Montreal. So Pizza Pizza and Coca-Cola are handing out "3,000 hot slices of free pizza and refreshing Coca-Cola beverages" to energize exhausted movers, according to a press release.

Vendors will be handing out food and drink in the neighbourhoods of Verdun, Notre-Dame-de-
Grâce, Cote-des-Neiges, Outremont, Parc-Extension, and Ahuntsic between 11 AM and 6 PM.

For more information, refer to the press release here!

Air Canada

Air Canada is having a huge Canada Day sale. Here are just a few cheap flights that you can book between now and July 2:

Vancouver to Montreal one-way from $274.

Montreal to Tokyo (Haneda) round-trip from $993.

Montreal to Toronto one-way for $129.

Check out more deals here.

IKEA Moving Day Sale

IKEA

To make Moving Day a little easier, IKEA has slashed the prices of some items by as much as 50% at Quebec locations only.

Many other large items like these bookcases and storage units have been discounted by $100!

You'll find many tables for a fraction of their regular price, as well.

Check out the Moving Day sale at the Montreal IKEA location here.

Hudson's Bay

Topshop

Starting today, you can get an extra 30% on clearance items at Topshop and Topman at Hudson's Bay. This deal is available in-store and online. Here are a few of the deals you can get:

Topshop Chenille Cavs Hoodie

Sale Price: $14.28

Full Price: $68.00

Topshop Cropped Tank Top

Sale Price: $4.20

Regular Price: $12.00

Topman Slim-Fit Corduroy Shorts

Sale Price: $22.75

Regular Price: $65.00

Check out more on the Bay's website.

Chapters Indigo

Chapters Indigo

Select books, home decor, and fashion are as much as 50% off this week while supplies last!

Save over 20% on fun summer furniture and accessories.

Cool summer styles, meanwhile, are half off!

Read our article for more information on the sale!

READ ALSO: 18 Things To Do This Canada Day Weekend In Montreal

Ardène

Ardène

Almost everything at Ardène is 50% off for their Canada sale. Check out a few of the deals below.

Floral Crepe Sundress

Sale Price: $17.45

Full Price: $34.90

Distressed Denim Midi Skirt

Sale Price: $19.95

Full Price: $39.90

Striped Halter Midi Dress

Sale Price: $22.50

Regular Price: $44.90

Find out more at RedFlagDeals.

Save Money At Lenovo

Lenovo

ThinkPad X1 Carbon 5th Gen

Sale Price: $1,219.00

Regular Price: $2,069.00

ThinkPad X1 Yoga 2nd Gen

Sale Price: $1,659.00

Regular Price: $2,879.00

IdeaPad S340(15", Intel) Touch

Sale Price: $802.34

Regular Price: $1119.99

Check out more deals here.

Store-wide & Online Sale At Aritzia

Everything in-store and online is up to 50% off through Canada Day at Aritzia.

For more information, read our article here.

Attend A FREE Concert

JazzFest actually offers free concerts to the public every day, but this could be the perfect way to celebrate Canada Day.

For a complete list of free concerts on Canada Day in Montreal, refer to the Jazzfest website here!

Happy shopping, Montreal! If you're looking to make the most of this weekend, check out our list of things to dofor the Canada Day long weekend.

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