Wouldn't it be perfect if there was a place—in the mall—you could go to, to re-charge your batteries? A place where you could enjoy a cup of coffee, drop off your coat, and even get your gifts wrapped... free of charge? No, seriously, I'm not dreaming! A place like this does exist, my friends. And it's called the Avion Holiday Boutique.
The Avion Holiday Boutique is a special place (a place of zen, if you will) where tired and overwhelmed shoppers (especially those shopping with young children!) can get a break from the hustle and bustle of the mall. The Avion Holiday Boutique runs until December 31st, so you have plenty of time to take advantage of the awesomeness of it all.
The Avion Holiday Boutique is open to all RBC Avion cardholders (just show your RBC Platinum Avion card, RBC Visa Infinity Avion card, RBC Business Platinum Avion card, or your RBC Visa Infinite for Private Banking card for access) and if you're not a card holder? No problem! You can apply on-site for an RBC Avion card, and enjoy all the perks of the Avion Holiday Boutique, just like that.
Some of the awesome perks you'll receive:
- Valet parking
- Coat and Parcel check
- Gift wrapping service (for up to ten gifts)
- Access to the VIP Lounge and Cafe
- Concierge/Porter service
- Food court reservations
You can enjoy these fabulous perks at Yorkdale Shopping Centre in Toronto, the Mail Champlain in Montreal, Coquitlam Centre in British Columbia, and the Halifax Shopping Centre.
So, my advice? Dress in your most comfortable clothes, shopping list in hand, and head to your favourite mall. Get started with your shopping, and when you start to feel a bit tired even though you haven't gotten through your list yet? Head to the Avion Holiday Boutique, put your feet up, sip a warm beverage, and when your batteries are fully charged again? You'll be ready for some more shopping!
Disclosure: I am part of the RBC Avion Holiday Boutique Blogger Campaign with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.