Peace Bridge Duty Free is the largest land border Duty Free shop in North America with 28,000 square feet of retail space.
Peace Bridge Duty Free is located in Fort Erie, Ontario crossing into Buffalo, New York and is the fastest border crossing in Niagara with direct access to the I90 East and West.
Peace Bridge Duty Free is noted for its luxury name brand products such as Lacoste, Coach, Lancome, Estee Lauder, Maui Jim, Oakley, and more all at tax and duty free prices.
Peace Bridge Duty Free is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and has a full service Tim Horton's and McDonald's, as well as a large food court right on site.
Peace Bridge Duty Free also offers competitive currency exchange rates, ample motor coach parking, travel services and a CAA Express satellite office.
Canadians can shop at Peace Bridge Duty Free on each and every trip into the USA and Americans can spend $200 daily at Peace Bridge Duty Free.
For full exemptions information, visit www.dutyfree.ca/Allowances.aspx
Established in 1986
Peace Bridge Duty Free was the first land border Duty Free shop in Ontario owned and operated by its founder George W. Slipp in 1986.
The Peace Bridge Duty Free is famous for its quality luxury brand names and excellent customer service and holds esteemed recognition of selling more Crown Royal than any other retailer in the world.
Peace Bridge Duty Free has won many prestigious awards within the Duty Free Industry for its efforts in Marketing and Sales and have been leaders in the industry for many new Duty Free initiatives.
Peace Bridge Duty Free is located in Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada crossing the Peace Bridge into Buffalo, New York.
As awarded by the Frontier Duty Free Association (FDFA)
FDFA Marketing Award - 2003, 2004, 2005
FDFA New Idea Award - 2003, 2004, 2005
FDFA Platinum Award - 2005, 2009
FDFA Best Marketing Award - 2008
FDFA Best New Idea Award - 2008
FDFA Outstanding Customer Service Award - 2009
FDFA Best Marketing Award - 2011
Business Excellence - Employer of the Year - 2011
FDFA Best New Marketing Idea - 2012
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More than just a place to work and do business, Fort Erie is also a place to live, visit and play.
Fort Erie boasts a rich heritage, tradition, history and unique blend of rural and urban living.
Fort Erie plays host to a number of renowned festivals and is home to miles of beautiful beaches.
The Fort Erie Racetrack provides one of the most spectacular venues for thoroughbred horse racing in the world and is home to the Prince of Wales Stakes.
Located in the Niagara Peninsula's southwestern corner where Lake Erie enters the Niagara River, Fort Erie offers the best of both worlds blending small-city living with the convenience of two large metropolitan areas, Toronto and Buffalo, just a short drive away.
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