Customer Appreciation Specials

November 27th is Black Friday in North America. Primarily an electronics shopping day which started in the USA, more and more Canadian shops of all types are getting on board with specials for their customers.
November 28th is ‘Shop the Neighbourhood’, a Canadian day to recognize small businesses and shopping locally, supported by Yellow Pages. Over 50 businesses in Sechelt are taking part that day, us included.
It will also be Customer Appreciation day on November 28th in Trail Bay Centre, so most of the shops are doing special sales and events to say ‘Thank You’ to everyone who shops with us so it is going to be a weekend not to be missed!
Read on for more information about what kind of specials we’ll be offering you that weekend at Sew Easy.

Pfaff Trade-up Event

Now is the season to get into a new Pfaff sewing machine or serger! Between Nov 27 and 29, trade in your old sewing machine, any brand, working or not, and receive a $75 credit towards any sewing machine in the Pfaff line, which we already price below MSRP!
If you already own a Pfaff machine and are looking to upgrade, you definitely want to talk to us about your options. Pfaff owners receive a minimum $100 off a new machine with their trade in, and possibly more depending on the age and condition of the machine, and if it’s on our trade-in list!
Talk to Alton or Jenny for more details! 

Shop the Neighbourhood

Saturday November 28th marks the third annual national Shop the Neighbouhood campaign, is a local shopping event that’s all about celebrating small businesses and making your community thrive.

Thousands of business all across Canada are participating in the one day shopping event, including over 50 shops and services here in Sechelt. You can easily find out who’s offering deals that day by going to the Shop the neighbourhood website and downloading the app on your iOS or Android smartphone.

On November 28th, Sew Easy will be offering 10% off everything in store!

Excluded from this deal are Pfaff sewing machines and sergers (but not their accessories), as well as service fees and class fees.

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