Start your weekend off with a deal! If you can’t bear to pay full retail price for your clothes, accessories, shoes, or homewares, then you’re in the right place. This weekend there are loads of sales happening but these 8 are the best of the best.
Looking to update your sweatshirt or denim situation? Head to Gap to save up to 75% by taking up to 50% off on all markdowns. Shop the Gap sale.
You won’t want to miss out on the massive Hudson’s Bay end of season home sale that’s on right now. Get up to 70% on items like cookware, mattresses, linens, small appliances, dinnerware, luggage, and more. Shop the Hudson’s Bay sale.
If buying stuff on sale still isn’t good enough, check out Urban Outfitters because for a limited time only you can snag an extra 30% off. Shop the Urban Outfitters sale.
Don’t miss out on Ardene’s sale on sale promotion which means you can save an extra 20% off items that are already 50-70% off. Use code ‘SAVEONSALE’ at checkout. Shop the Ardene sale.
Need some new denim? Head to Levi’s to get yourself 50% off select styles during its end of season sale. If that’s not enough, you can also enjoy free shipping. Shop the Levi’s sale.
In the market for some new shoes? Don’t let these deals pass you by. Right now you can save up to 70% on original prices at Steve Madden and even 20% off accessories with the code ’20FOR2020′. Shop the Steve Madden sale.
Bundle up in some new gear from iconic Canadian brand Roots. Right now for a limited time you can save an additional 30% off on all markdown items. Shop the Roots sale.
Need some help beating the winter blues? Brighten up your weekend by saving big at Banana Republic. Take an extra 50% off sale styles, and enjoy 40% off regular price merchandise. Shop the Banana Republic sale.
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