Lush Canada: BOGO Free Boxing Day Sale

26 December 2014


This is the Boxing Day sale I used to wait for every year: Lush's buy one get one free sale! It is the ONLY sale that Lush Canada has annually. If you miss this sale, you are out of luck for an entire year.

I remember when this sale used to crash their servers because so many customers were trying to load their carts with goodies. Boxing Day is the perfect time of year for this sale as you get to enjoy all the amazing Christmas items they make only this time of year. Here are my recommendations.

Snowcake - This gorgeous creamy soap smells like marzipan, a beloved German confection that is popular around the holidays. With my husband, it is always popular as chocolate-coated marzipan is one of his favourite treats. A 100g bar retails for $7.95, but you can buy two for that price.

Drummers Drumming - I have never tried this bath bubble bar but it looks hilarious. The bar is in the shape of a drum with the two little bell poms for drumming away. This is a cute bath bar and a delightful scent: bergamot and strawberry. The bubble bar costs $9.95, so pick up two for that price.

First Snow - You can even buy wrapped bundles of Lush products and get another bundle for free. The First Snow bundle includes:

  • Reindeer Rock Soap
  • Baked Alaska Soap
  • Snow Fairy Sparkle Massage Bar
  • Snow Fairy Shower Gel
  • First Snow Dusting Powder
  • Snowman FUN
  • Bubble Gum Lip Scrup

The bundle is a bit pricey at $64.95, but you can buy two for that price.

Items are selling out very quickly so purchase ASAP. There is already a whole load of products out of stock. You can mix and match items so you do not need two of the same thing. Essentially, every second product (in order of price) will be free in your cart. That is a very fair way to do the discount.

If you are need a Lush Canada store, pop in to see what they have left in the sale. Shipping starts at $6 and you can see the shipping tier here as it is based on weight.

(Expiry: quantities super limited)

TOPICS:   Cosmetics   Boxing Day Canada   Clothing

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