Canadian Dollar at Par at Bellis Fair During Canadian Holiday Weekend

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Bellis Fair Mall, a Canadian shopping destination just across the border in Washington State, is warming up to us neighbours in the north. For Victoria Day Long Weekend, many Bellis Fair retailers will be will be accepting the Canadian Dollar at par*.

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Canadian Dollar at Par at Bellis Fair

This discount will be applied Friday, May 20th to Monday May 23rd, 2016. Just look for the American/Canadian flags displayed in participating retailers’ storefronts throughout the mall. Present your ID and claim the discount.

Bellis Fair Mall has been a favourite for cross-border shoppers since it opened in 1988. Some of its key tenants are JCPenney, Kohl’s, Macy’s, Sports Authority, and Target*.

*This discount will not go above 25% and some exclusions may apply with some retailers on certain brands. Not all retailers in the mall are participating. You can call ahead to confirm.

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While you’re in the area to do some shopping, here are some other activities in case you’d like to spend the day in Bellingham and historic Fairhaven:

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  1. P JongsmaTuesday, May 24th, 2016 — 10:21am PDT

    Our group of 4 went to Bellingham on Monday May 23, 2016 to see if the “at par day” was worth it. Only 14 stores in Bellis Fair Mall were involved. I had heard about this from a neighbor but did not know about looking for a flag in a store window. We finally figured it out but were not impressed that such a large mall had so few participants in this effort. To add insult to injury when we did purchase something in Target, we were charged 40% exchange. I think the normal exchange at the moment is around 27%. I have my till receipt to prove this.

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