Also check out Imperial Coin on King Street downtown for a huge selection of older back issues, A-1 Comics on King Street in Stoney Creek and Alternate Icons if you get over to Brantford about 25 minutes down the 403 Highway out of Hamilton.
If you park at the Ti-Cats store on Jarvis, the comic book shop is just around the corner. Unfortunately although many seem like they are on King St, one is in Dundas, one is in Stoney Creek, one is downtown, and the Burden one is not all that far from the stadium (about a 20 minute walk).
Jarvis St is actually just a east of the comic book store (A). It’s not a through street but you can walk through the parking lot to get to King St from the Ti-Cats store. The Cat’s store is worth the view either way.
Jackson square is also a little further west from the Comic Book store and I am sure you’ll find a sports shop in there with Eskimos gear? Haven’t been to Jackson Square in a while.
Wouldn’t they be selling Eskimos gear at Ivor Wynne with them being the visitors that day? There is a Ti-Cats store at the stadium too. A couple of them, but one is in a tent in the north stands endzone. Top right corner if you are looking at the map of the stadium.
Thanks for the link, lpattison. That should help us out a lot!
For some reason I never thought of them selling merchandise at the stadium, but I guess they would be. :oops: :lol: I'll see what I can find. I'd like to get another Edmonton hat and a Hamilton hat since the Ti-Cats are my second favourite team.
In addition to the sources already described, there is usually a table selling some visiting team merchandise and misc. league memorobilia under the south stands. Not a huge selection though. Anyone know if that table is run by the Canadian Football Hall of Fame?
I'm not sure what the official policy is, but I see point-and-shoot style digital cameras all over the place at games. I'm guessing a dedicated "video" camera would be frowned upon, even though most modern point-and-shoot style cameras can also record video.
8) Yes, that large table at the 55 yd line area under the South stands does sell stuff of different CFL teams. They should have some Edmonton apparel since the Eskimos are playing in this game !!
I think that table is run by the Canadian Football Hall of Fame, because they usually have a HOF player there each game signing autographs at each game. Saw Rocky DiPietro there signing 2 games ago.
Also National Sports on Upper Wentworth has stuff from Edmonton, saw some coaches shirts there a couple of weeks ago !!!
I have another question. When my brother and I come to town, we'll be using his GPS to get around the city, so I'm collecting addresses of the various places we'll be hitting. I couldn't find the address for Ivor Wynne on the Ti-Cats website, so I had to go to Wikipedia. Is this the correct address for Ivor Wynne Stadium: 75 Balsam Ave. North.