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Boxing Day Across the border

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  • Dec 27th, 2004 3:38 am
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Boxing Day Across the border

Does anybody know any outlet mall that opens today? I want to go across the border and do some shopping, however i don't know any outlet mall across the border and their schedule for the holidays. Reall appreciate it if someone could tell me any address and the time schedule for the outlet malls across the Niagral Fall.


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I dont think the States have boxing day
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You don't need to have Boxing Day to have sales.

And I can assure you, Dec 26th will be just as crazy in the States for sales.
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US doesn't have Boxing Day...instead they have "Black Friday" which is the Friday after Thanksgiving and the deals they have are very similar to ours.
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They don't technically have 'boxing day', but most stores have year-end clearance sales.
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Canada's Boxing Day Madness = US's Black Friday (Day After Thanksgiving) Madness
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movieking wrote:Canada's Boxing Day Madness = US's Black Friday (Day After Thanksgiving) Madness
i'm just curious....why do they call it "black friday"?? it really falls on friday the 13th??
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superberry wrote:i'm just curious....why do they call it "black friday"?? it really falls on friday the 13th??
It's when retail stores go into the "black", as in being profitable.

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