toronto tv prop sale

Two popular TV shows having a huge prop sale in Toronto

You can shop for props, equipment, wardrobe and furniture from the sets of popular Toronto TV shows like Kim's Convenience and Strays right now in Toronto.

The sale, which runs daily until Sunday June 11 is hosted by Ready Set Recycle, a local organization that specializes in costume and set sales. Their sales give you the chance to own pieces from your favourite movies and TV shows, with the bonus of keeping it all out of local landfills. 

After a month of pricing thousands of items, the double-header sale is open to the public at the Factory Theatre at 125 Bathurst Street. 

As for what you can expect: Remember the old adage, everything but the kitchen sink? Well here, the kitchen sink is for sale.

Items include high-end residential and office furniture, mini fridges, stoves, microwaves, lamps, kitche and cookware, and even kitchen sinks.

There's also animal-themed products from the set of Strays, a Kim's Convenience spin-off that followed actress Shannon Ross through a journey as the executive director of an animal shelter.

You can snag shoes, couches, chairs, artwork, cat houses, dog and cat beds, carriers, toys, leashes, blankets, coats, grooming tools and bowls.

All items are for sale between 50 and 75 per cent off the original price paid by the respective productions.

Cash is accepted, as well as Debit, Visa, Amex and Mastercard.

Keep in mind that customers are required to pack and carry their own purchases.

The sale is open weekdays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and weekends from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Happy bargain hunting!

Lead photo by

Jeff Hitchcock/Flickr

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