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This Forever 21 In Toronto Is Closing And Everything In The Store Is 75% Off

This Forever 21 in Toronto is closing and they are having a massive storewide sale because of it.

An iconic part of Toronto's Yonge and Dundas is closing down for good this month. The Forever 21 there is closing and everything in the store is 75% off right now because of it. The store is currently located across the street from the Eaton Centre. 

If you're familiar with the area, you'll remember the Forever 21's iconic storefront that makes it look almost like a luxury store with huge windows and a coveted corner entrance. Of course, there is also Forever 21's iconic XXI branding over top of the door too. Unfortunately though, as of the end of this month, that storefront will be no more. 

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Instead, this location will simply be merging with the Forever 21 which is already located on the inside of the Eaton Centre. So the good news is at least you won't have to go very far from here to keep getting your Forever 21 fix.

On top of that, the other good news is that since they are closing they have a lot of merchandise to get rid of. That means right now there are some massive blowout sales happening. According to users on Red Flag's forums, the entire store is 75% off. 

PSA to anyone around downtown Toronto. Forever 21 on Yonge and Dundas is closing at the end of the month so they’re having a huge blowout sale. 75% off everything in store. Gettttt your asses there ASAP!!!!!! #happyshopping

March 10, 2019

According to the forum and others online, the 75% off applies to the entire store which includes women's apparel, accessories, and shoes. This particular location doesn't have menswear, however. 

None the less this is still an amazing deal. With Forever 21 already offering pretty low prices, this massive discount means you would get some pretty good bang for your buck. 

The forever 21 at Yonge and Dundas is closing so everything here is 75% off 😳

March 10, 2019

It may mean waiting in line for a long time, however. In the Red Flag forum, multiple users have reported seeing line-ups outside the door for people waiting to get inside. 

BlogTO confirmed this in an article warning Forever 21 customers to expect controlled lines at the door, especially at peak shopping times like late afternoon. 

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It is unclear right now what will be going into the coveted space once Forever 21 leaves. BlogTO reports that the official closing day is set to be either March 30 or March 31.