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The iconic underground thrift clothing bunker on Queen West is having a massive closing sale this week as it prepares to officially close its doors.
After 21 years at their flagship location, the owners of Black Market are closing their basement space at Queen and John.
While this news is pretty gut-wrenching, your heart doesn’t need to completely break. The folks behind the thrift shop have already got another store going across the street, at 347 Queen St. West, formerly the old upstairs Active Surplus.
- Dundas West's renowned Italian restaurant Campagnolo is shutting down
- Queen West's iconic Black Market is closing after 21 years
As the beloved shop prepares to make its move across the street, it’s holding a massive closing sale this Thursday, June 13, and everything will be marked between $1 and $5.
The sale will coincide with the bi-annual Vintage Crawl, so shoppers can enjoy extended hours and shop from 11 am till 11 pm.
Second-hand lovers can look forward to great deals on denim shorts and jeans, crop tops, t-shirts, and much more—all for $5 or less.
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Black Market Closing Sale
When: Thursday, June 13
Time: 11 am to 11 pm
Where: Black Market, 256 Queen Street West