OK, so this is smaller than Metropolis at Metrotown, but you can still find a good range of shops here (there's 240 stores and services), and the good thing about this place is that it's all located on one level - so no having to search for elevators or escalators to move between floors. Also, I found that when I was in Metrotown, I kept getting lost, you couldn't seem to walk in a forward fashion to reach all the shops, but here, it's a lot more shopper-friendly.
The Bay has been selling Olympics clothing for about one year already. The Bay is a department store which has branches in Richmond Centre, Oakridge Mall, Metrotown and Pacific Centre (Downtown)
What to buy: Not only winter clothing, but also summer. A lot of the merchandise has gone on sale as the year has progressed. My relatives in the U.S. have been very excited to receive clothing marked with the Olympic decal, especially the kids. The only item which hasn't gone on sale, are a pack of 4 mascots (plush toys) I paid $60 for the pack, and was told that they probably wouldn't go on sale . i dont know what will happen post Olympics. They have a wide assortment of clothing starting with 0 - 6 months for infants as well as neat tracksuits both for men and women. They also sell Olympics mementos: I bought a granny brag album for my sister to show off her grandchildren's photos and a baseball cap for my brother in law. Other items include towels, backpacks, shopping bags, wallets
What to pay: On Sale: Girls t shirt $15.On sale: Girls Tracksuit top with zipper $60
On sale: Boys fleece pants $20 Sale:. Hoody $21. sale: tshirt with long sleeves $15
Men's baseball cap: $12. Women's tracksuit top with zipper $80
Young Girl's blouse $12. Infant's babygrow $14. t shirt for 1 year old $14
Granny Brag Album: $26