Lululemon Extends Their ‘You Don’t Want To Miss This’ Event

Post-holiday shopping is something that many people do. Whether it’s to spend the gift cards or cash that they received over the holidays, take advantage of the boxing day sales, or just because they like to shop. Stores take advantage of this and often host after-holiday sales. Lululemon, an athletic apparel retailer, is one that routinely hosts their after-holiday sales events, and this year, it’s extended. 

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Lululemon Extends Their ‘You Don’t Want To Miss This’ Event

Lululemon Extends Their After-Holiday Event

Lululemon started the ‘You Don’t Want To Miss This’ event on Boxing Day (December 26th), right after the holidays. Boxing Day is a holiday that is celebrated in countries across the world, and it has nothing to do with shopping, but big-box retailers take advantage of it and host sales that are similar to those on Black Friday. 

Many people have already been enjoying their post-holiday discounts, sales, and specials, but what some might not know is that the athletic brand has extended their event. Not only is it extended, but it also includes some of the latest finds from the brand and some new drops of stylish athleisure. 

What’s Included in the Event

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Lululemon Extends Their ‘You Don’t Want To Miss This’ Event

Lululemon is known for the super-luxe leggings, athletic wear, and other accessories. The ‘You Don’t Want To Miss This’ event is similar to the sale that the brand had for Cyber Week. It’s not a standard site-wide promo. Shoppers can shop through numerous pages of their famous leggings, outerwear, sports bras, and more, which are all curated for your shopping enjoyment. 

Fans of the Lululemon brand can stay stylish and comfortable during the winter season, no matter what they’re doing with their time when they shop the post-holiday sales. 

The brand is known for not always listing their sale sections as “Sale” as most other brands do. They hide their bargains under tabs like “We Made Too Much,” instead. Despite this, the discounted prices are definitely worth it, and the options are extensive.