Edmonton Gift Baskets - Fast and Dependable Delivery

Sending Gift Baskets to Edmonton, Alberta

With our nation-wide shipping, you can send a present anywhere in Canada! Our trusted couriers deliver your gift baskets to Edmonton within 3-5 business days, straight to your recipients door step. Want to surprise expecting parents or a gift for your newly graduated cousin? Our site showcases hundred of options for any event. We use most wanted gifting items for Edmonton delivery to guarantee your present arrives the same way we sent it out. You can trust us with all your gifting needs. From picking premium products to carefully packing shipments, you'll have everyone satisfied with their front door surprise. 

Free Shipping in Canada

Delivery to Edmonton applies our free shipping policy to all order of $100 or more sent to one delivery address. Choose any of our arrangements for any of your gifting needs, we can even send it with next day delivery! Contact us at 416-421-7437 for any gift basket delivery questions. 

We curate gift baskets for all your holiday needs, from New Years through Christmas, and every occasion in between! Whichever gift you want to send to Edmonton, including birthday, sympathy, gourmet, or corporate, our treats suit every event and price point. 

About Edmonton

Everything is bigger in Edmonton: their malls, their parks, and their oil supply. This makes them a hub of diverse activity and attracts thousands of people during any given season. 

Where to go:

West Edmonton Mall, one of the world's largest one-stop destinations, this is no ordinary shopping centre. Almost 500,000 square metres, this mall is home to mall over 800 shops and services. If that's not staggering enough for you, feel free to stay in their hotel, swim in their waterpark, bowl at ed's bowling, or have a VR experience all in the same place you buy your sneakers. 

If mainstream shopping isn't your thing, Edmonton also boasts multiple shopping districts. South Central, home to the bright Whyte Avenue, features unique boutiques and hip stores to find one-of-a-kind pieces to bring home as a souvenir. 

Central’s 124th Street is a strip dotted with boutiques, high-end furniture shops and designer shops. It is also where Gallery Walk is located, which is the place to shop for one-of-a-kind artwork. City Centre Mall is a great place to buy major name brands.

If that's big, then their parks are even BIGGER. Edmonton’s River Valley Parks is actually comprised of 20 smaller parks, that when combined, are 22 times bigger than NYC's Central Park. Imagine all the biking, hiking, and running you can do. You can easily spend your entire summer their and not come close to visiting the entire thing. 

Watch a home game (or 2) as Edmonton has several professional sports teams. The NHL’s Edmonton Oilers, the great Wayne Gretzky's initial team, is a must if you're visiting during hockey season. Soccer and football are also huge games who's teams are definitely ones to get a live show of. 

This city has adorable farmer's markets with delicious local groceries and delectable foods. Stroll through the Old Strathcona Farmer's Market to find artisan jewellery, listen to music, touch different textiles, sample local foods, etc. Open year-round, you'll get to try the best season produce, and probably buy some too! 

 

Fun Facts:

  • During the winter seasons, there are no rats in Edmonton (or all of Alberta).
  • With over 30 annual festivals, Edmonton is host to the infamous Folk, Fringe, and Bonfire festivals.
  • Edmonton's coldest recorded day was on January 26, 1972 at -48.3°C! 
  • Wayne Gretzky's marriage to Janet Jones on July 16, 1988 rivals that of the royal kind. Hoards of Edmontonians clogged the streets of St. Joseph’s Basilica as The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra serenaded the couple down the aisle.
  • The University of Alberta has 67 Rhodes Scholars as part of their alumni.