Reebok Canada: 40% Off Everything (EXPIRED)
Remember when Friends and Family sales were just for friends and family? Well, luckily that is no longer the case. Reebok's got a friends and family sale going on this weekend with 40% off everything on site. Just add the item to your cart and watch your discount happen. Shipping is free on a $50 purchase, so you'll want to consider that as well. I also see that signing up for Reebok's newsletter will get you 15%, which I'm not sure you can stack, but you always want to try!
I like that on Reebok's site you can browse by activity. All of those active icons are very cute, but I chose the least active one - walking. I'm enamoured by these women's skyscape harmony shoes. They are such a cute colour and look very comfortable for my favourite activity. Regularly $80, they come to $48 during this sale. ShoeMe sells these shoes for $100!
My oldest son has now got to the point where name brand is king. I recently bought him shoes that had to be a certain brand, because all his friends have those shoes. I later found out after spend $80 on his new shoes that his good friend who raves about this brand, has an older brother who works at the outlet and the mom gets those name brand shoes for like $20. Well, I won't be tricked by that one again, but I do like to get my kids durable and quality-made shoes since their feet are growing and need stabilization for all the running around driving me crazy that they do.
I got my other sons these Juniors ZigTech Big N Tough runners that look cool enough for them to wear. Regularly $90, I only had to spend $54 with this sale on. Notice that the kids shoes cost more than my shoes?
And because my husband always says the kids get everything and he gets nothing and Father's Day is coming up, I picked up these Reebok One cotton pants, which are great for working out or just sitting at home working. They are on point with style and because I'm now paying $45, instead of $75, I didn't mind adding them to my cart as an afterthought.
(Expiry: 18th May 2015)
TOPICS: Sporting life