Uniqlo’s Arigato sale just kicked off its second week, but today only, you can stack free shipping on all orders, with no minimum purchase. The Arigato savings include jeans for $30, sweaters for $15, or dress shirts for $25, but be sure to head over to Uniqlo to see all of the available promotions for men and women.
Uniqlo just kicked off their “Arigato” sale, with solid discounts on a variety of already-affordable clothing staples. For starters, you can pick up jeans for $30, sweaters for $15, or two polo shirts for $30, but be sure to head over to Uniqlo to see all of the available promotions.
Uniqlo just kicked off another shipping holiday, with absolutely free shipping on every order, from a single pair of socks to an entire wardrobe. Concurrently, you can also score two button up linen shirts for men or women for $50, or $10 less than usual. Just add any two marked “Multi-Buy” to your cart, and you’ll…
To celebrate Chinese New Year, Uniqlo is shipping everything for free today, with absolutely no minimum order. Plus, you can take an extra $18 off any $108 order with promo code LUCKY18. If you aren’t fortunate enough to have a Uniqlo in your town (or even if you do), you should definitely give this a look. [Uniqlo]
Uniqlo’s Cyber Monday sale is live, and it’s a doozy. We’re talking pairs of
socks for $1 each
, $10 pajama pants, $5 gloves, $15 dress shirts, and a lot more. Plus, everything ships for free, with no minimum order. Stock up for the winter! Plus, you can save $15 on a $100 order with code DEALS, or $30 off $150 with…
Uniqlo is celebrating the launch of their new Chicago storefront with with solid discounts on many of their most popular items, plus free shipping on all orders, no minimum purchase required. If you don’t live Chicago, or any of the handful of US cities lucky enough to have a Uniqlo, this is the next best thing. […
I arrived at the corner of 53rd and Fifth Avenue at 9:46 a.m. today, 14 minutes before I expected to meet Novak Djokovic at Uniqlo. This was a mistake. I am not used to meeting athletes at retail stores. You do not arrive a mere 14 minutes early if you expect to meet an athlete.
Who's going to dress the world's best tennis player? Yesterday, Novak Djokovic cut ties with his apparel sponsor the retro-cool Sergio Tacchini. The cash-strapped Italian designer couldn't afford to pay him and failed to manufacture enough clothing to get his outfits into stores, Darren Rovell reported.