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Uniqlo Square One - Nov 2nd Opening

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Uniqlo Square One - Nov 2nd Opening

Anyone going? Will there be huge lines?
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I hope there will be grand opening specials.

I like Yorkdale and Eaton Centre locations. Vaughan Mills isn't very good.
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Raggie wrote:
Nov 1st, 2018 11:51 am
I hope there will be grand opening specials.

I like Yorkdale and Eaton Centre locations. Vaughan Mills isn't very good.
Interesting that Vaughan Mills is a big location by square feet at least compared to Square One and Markville.

I think I read first 500 purchases get free heat teach item. Also 2 PM to 5 PM they will have spin the wheel.
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Nov 1st, 2018 1:21 pm
Interesting that Vaughan Mills is a big location by square feet at least compared to Square One and Markville.

I think I read first 500 purchases get free heat teach item. Also 2 PM to 5 PM they will have spin the wheel.
The Vaughan store is huge and looks great but they don't carry as much variety as the other two locations. I hope square one won't be limited in variety
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For some unknown and unexplained reason I find single level Uniqlo to be crappy. Even though it's technically the same I find i get lost in single level and no longer want to browse.
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Nov 1st, 2018 5:46 pm
For some unknown and unexplained reason I find single level Uniqlo to be crappy. Even though it's technically the same I find i get lost in single level and no longer want to browse.
Double level is sometimes kind of redundant as you find the same products on both levels.
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I went there in the early afternoon. It was crowded but there was almost no line up at the checkout. I found some items that were already sold out online&at other stores.
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Pretty disappointing that the store is so tiny. It definitely needed 2 levels. The shape of the store is also not a complete square or rectangle. There are angled walls which makes it that much smaller.
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At least there's a closer location to Hamilton and since Square One also has Muji plus the Simons dept. store, a GO bus trip is in order soon! Besides, I want to see how the revamped Target store looks now with new retail/entertainment spaces.

From what I've seen the chain's Facebook page, there was a solid turnout.
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Two visits to the store about 5 weeks apart. Found out last week that the Square One store does not carry Ines de la Fressange items (so head to Toronto Eaton Centre for your brand fix) due to small store size.
Did see the Sesame Street dolls with x'd eyes behind the cash counter and some Disney t-shirts.
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The Square One store is boring. And the layout to the cash area is awful.
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Jan 6th, 2019 4:06 pm
Two visits to the store about 5 weeks apart. Found out last week that the Square One store does not carry Ines de la Fressange items (so head to Toronto Eaton Centre for your brand fix) due to small store size.
Did see the Sesame Street dolls with x'd eyes behind the cash counter and some Disney t-shirts.
I don't think those Sesame Street plush are selling very well for Uniqlo.
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Ciel wrote:
Jan 6th, 2019 4:06 pm
Two visits to the store about 5 weeks apart. Found out last week that the Square One store does not carry Ines de la Fressange items (so head to Toronto Eaton Centre for your brand fix) due to small store size.
Did see the Sesame Street dolls with x'd eyes behind the cash counter and some Disney t-shirts.
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Jan 7th, 2019 1:16 pm
I don't think those Sesame Street plush are selling very well for Uniqlo.
How much are those Sesame Street plushes?
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joeyjoejoe wrote:
Jan 7th, 2019 1:27 pm
How much are those Sesame Street plushes?
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