(Submitted by sindai)Mr. Cheapies  

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Date Added: March 5, 2006
Address: 503 Yonge ST , Toronto
Phone: (416) 963-9953

Nearest Major Intersection: College St & Yonge St

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Tourist

Reviews: 1Badges: 0This user has a UserRank of 0
Overall: December 15, 2007
2 out of 3 people found this review helpful. This store, is not just any store, it could possibly be one of the best in the world. I am serious, i travelled here, just to buy my mother perfumes, and on the way back, i picked up a heys luggage and Swiss backpack, for almost half the price of other stores. The staff, especially the lady selling perfumes, (Mary) i believe it was, was exttermly kind to me, as well as every other customer there. I was more then happy to come and shop at Mr. Cheapies, and i reccom end everyone to come and shop here, especially around Christmas time, as i have just visited them again, and got a deal, i am very thankful for. Out of 5, i would give this store-there staff, merchandise, and service a 5.
I recommend this place.
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ErinMurray

Reviews: 16Badges: 8This user has a UserRank of 9
Overall: March 18, 2006
1 out of 5 people found this review helpful. Mr. Cheapies is about as cool as its name suggests. Inside, you'll find, well, cheap crap. But it's interesting cheap crap. Some real unusual merchandise here, everything from knock-off Hello Kitty backpacks to playing cards festooned with 40s-era Santa Clauses. Always great for that special gag gift, and the staff are friendly enough.
I recommend this place.
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