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[Arc'teryx] Factory Seconds & Sample Sales up to 70% Oct 11-14 (Vancouver)

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Factory Seconds & Sample Sales up to 70% Oct 11-14 (Vancouver)

Retailer:
Arc'teryx
Arc'teryx Factory Seconds & Sample Sales

UP TO 70% OFF*
Plus an additional 10% off last ticketed price,
Sunday and Monday only (October 13th & 14th)**.

WHERE
Vancouver Convention Centre East
999 Canada Place
Vancouver, Exhibition Hall B

WHEN
October 11th - 9AM - 9PM
October 12th - 10AM - 7PM
October 13th - 10AM - 7PM
October 14th - 11AM - 3PM

Payment Accepted:
Visa, MC, AMEX, UnionPay, Alipay, ApplePay, Google Pay, WeChat Pay

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Nov 1, 2009
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The rare occasion Toronto isn't the center of the universe.
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Jun 21, 2011
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jay-em wrote: The rare occasion Toronto isn't the center of the universe.
good.
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Jul 22, 2007
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Wow. Might be nicer lines than having it at their location.
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Oct 9, 2003
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Lol, this fiasco again. For anyone serious about picking up a decent deal where a) it's a good colour b) it's an item you want and c) in your size, I would recommend getting there verrry early to wait in line on the first day. Last year I think I got there at 8am for opening at 9 and the line was so long I was the 2nd wave to be let in. Prices were meh, maybe ~30% discount on the majority of the stuff.
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May 6, 2005
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I imagine lines will be crazy long? I hate warehouse sales like this the lineup and wait seems it's just not worth it!

Also there are always the other places to get things cheap like altitude sports/the last hunt?

I see their example on the beta jacket... But what you guys think?
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May 5, 2017
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I went last year, there were some good deals available. Long lines though in the morning. I went back in the afternoon and only waited 10ish minutes to get in - still found a jacket in my size/style.
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Aug 22, 2006
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I wonder if it's going to be as much a train wreck as the yearly Aritzia sale.
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Oct 24, 2009
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jay-em wrote: The rare occasion Toronto isn't the center of the universe.
lol.. Their HQ is located in North Van.
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Oct 24, 2009
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death_hawk wrote: I wonder if it's going to be as much a train wreck as the yearly Aritzia sale.
I would say the lineup would be similar especially for the first two days. I remember going to their North Van location for this event two years ago. Waited 2 hours in the line up on their 2nd day. But this was in their outlet location in North Van so Convention centre might be better since they would allow more people to get in..
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Are the deals better than getting Arcteryx at sport chek?
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jellytime wrote: Are the deals better than getting Arcteryx at sport chek?
Yeah I wonder. I've been able to jump on some arcteryx deals... recently got Zeta AR (Sport Chek) for like $270, got Adahy Hoody (Sporting life) for $90. I prefered a non-black Zeta AR but meh. Who knows what sizes are colors would actually be available. I hate the idea of waiting in a line for X hours only to MAYBE find something.
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Unlikely, but if anyone happens to be in Colorado, be sure to visit the Arc'teryx Outlet at Castle Rock.

Snagged a Cerium LT Hoody there for $79 (USD) around a month ago.
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thebyker wrote: I went last year, there were some good deals available. Long lines though in the morning. I went back in the afternoon and only waited 10ish minutes to get in - still found a jacket in my size/style.
You should specify your size though...some sizes are more common and thus more likely to be sold out of, like M. But if you're M, then that's great news.

Anyone know how the prices and product would compare to their outlets stores?
*RFD - once you're in there's no getting out.*

*If you wanna buy something, wait for it! Eventually RFD will post it and something in your pants will feel awesome that you waited: your wallet.*
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Jan 6, 2004
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For those in Vancouver, Salomon/Arcteryx outlet store by Premium Outlet used to have good deals, even on pro gears. Last Hunt used to have 60%-70% on Arcteryx but it has mostly been 30%-50%. Best deal is probably through connection of family/friends who work for them for 70% off current season products then 50% off once that quota is used up.

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