Smart Saver Vancouver

It’s only a few days away from Christmas, which means that most of the people will be doing a lot of Christmas shopping right now! But wait there is something much better….. It is the Boxing Day Sales!! Keep on reading to find out how you can save money on some really cool things!

Boxing day is primarily known as a shopping holiday in the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand and it’s much like Black Friday in the United States. On this day different kinds of shops will hold sales, often with dramatic price reductions. So to give you a good impression on what kind of deals there are going on right now, here you will find a list of stores that are having Boxing Day sales.

Best Buy

Best Buy is a store where you can buy all kinds of electronics, appliances and more. During Boxing Day, Best Buy will possibly have some really good deals when it comes to cameras, phones, laptops and much more!

Hudson Bay

23427910665_69436eda11_zAlso one of the biggest department stores will have some online and offline Boxing Day Sales. At Hudson Bay you can buy a lot of different things like for example clothing, beauty products, jewellery & accessories, toys and much more. Most of the brands that Hudson Bay is selling are pretty expensive so definitely worth to check this one out if you can maybe find a good deal on that watch that you have always wanted!

Costco

Costco is a big warehouse where you can buy a lot of different things from food to mobiles. The products sold at Costco all come in big bulks since most of the people who shop there own a store or something like that. Costco will have a Boxing week savings beginning on December 26th. Unfortunately you can only visit Costco if you have a membership card.

Also checks out the other department stores like pacific centre and metro town. A lot of shops are located there and will probably have some good deals.

We all wish you a Merry Christmas and we are looking forward to see you for our last PuB NiGHT and the NYE party!

-Mandy

INTERNeX International Exchange
International Village,
Suite 2077, 2079 – 88 West Pender Street
Vancouver, Canada -V6B 6N9-
Web: http://www.internexcanada.com
Email: pr@internexcanada.com

Christmas special

Christmas is celebrated by millions of people around the world. It’s a mix of different traditions; pre-Christian, Christian, and secular themes and origins. And one of the most popular modern customs of the holiday includes gift giving. Apart from that, don’t we all enjoy the Christmassy atmosphere? The Christmas music, caroling, Christmas cards, church celebrations, a special meal, the beautiful Christmas decorations. Christmas trees, Christmas lights, and mistletoes? Because gift-giving and many other aspects of the Christmas festival have a very pronounced economic aspect nowadays, the holiday has become a significant event and a key sales period for retailers and businesses.

Traditionally, Christmas Day has been followed by Boxing Day. Its name originating from the old custom of employers handing out Christmas boxes to their employees on that day. Now however, it’s known as the public holiday directly after Christmas Day, a perfect Day for shopping. Most shops will have sales and dramatic price reductions!

So, enjoy your holidays and then go crazy shopping to treat yourself to something nice!

 

 

 

 

INTERNeX International Exchange
International Village,
Suite 2077, 2079 – 88 West Pender Street
Vancouver, Canada -V6B 9N9-
Web: http://www.internexcanada.com
Email: pr@internexcanada.com

INTERNeX Canada: Smart Saver Vancouver – Boxing Day Shopping

Much like Black Friday in the United States, boxing Day is the day of sales and shopping for Canada and other Commonwealth nations. It occurs annually following Christmas Day on December 26th and is a public holiday in Canada.

Boxing Day began as a tradition of masters giving gifts to their servants and tradesmen receiving gifts. The days leading up to Christmas is to gift shop for your family and friends, but on boxing day, you are supposed to shop for yourselves!

Generally, the best deals will be only available on Boxing Day, but since shops are trying to get rid of their stock from their current season, boxing day has now become boxing week and sometimes even into January.

Again, there are a lot of people who go crazy and line up the night outside the mall or the store before just so they can have the chance to grab the “door crashers” which are special items on sale that are in limited supply, before they are all gone.

If you go to any mall or stores next Wednesday, there are bound to be tons of people and great prices for everything, but here are some websites with deals to check out if you want something specific:

Happy bargain hunting!

Cheers,

Queenie

INTERNeX International Exchange
Suite 200 – 211 Columbia Street
Vancouver BC -V6A 2R5-
Web: http://www.internexcanada.com
Phone: +1 (604) 662 8149
Email: pr@internexcanada.com

INTERNeX Canada: Blog Review 2011 (Oct, Nov, Dec)

today I would like to review the months October, November, and December. Look back at the activites, events, and our great PR-Interns. Have fun reading this article!

October

November

December

Read the other reviews!

January, February, end March
April, May, end June
July, August, end September

I wish everyone a very happy 2012!

Cheers, Lydia

INTERNeX International Exchange
Suite 200-211 Columbia Street
Vancouver BC -V6A 2R5-
Web: www.internexcanada.com

Smart Saver Vancouver (Boxing Day)

Boxing Day on the 26th of December, many people have a day off on this special day; many of them visit stores which starts their annual sales on Boxing Day. Stores open earlier and people wake up early to be one of the first in the store. If you are planning to buy electronics, then you definitely should buy that on Boxing day!

Other people watch sports on the television, many big sporting events are held on Boxing Day.  For example the International Ice Hockey Federation world junior hockey championships often start on December 26.

The reason why this day is called Boxing Day is because a long time ago in the United Kingdom, the lord paid employees who worked on his land with boxes of practical goods. He gave these boxes the day after Christmas Day. Later, employers gave their servants a gift of money or food in a small box on the day after Christmas Day. Nowadays some people in Canada still give presents to each other.

Merry Christmas everyone!

Cheers, Lydia

INTERNeX International Exchange
Suite 200 – 211 Columbia Street
Vancouver BC -V6A 2R5-
Web: www.internexcanada.com
Email: pr@internexcanada.com
Phone: +1 (604) 662 8149