Urban Outfitters Australian store launch: Why should you care?

Posted: 1 May 2020 11:42 am
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Prepare yourselves for Australian prices, plus free and faster shipping at Urban Outfitters.

Your favourite global streetwear and lifestyle superstore has just launched an Australian site and to celebrate it's offering 20% off site-wide for a limited time.

Why should you care?

In the past, Aussie shoppers could only buy their favourite items from Urban Outfitters' US site, and we've been doing so since 2013.

However, that did bring on problems with having to convert the prices of things to the Aussie dollar. Plus, shipping charges and times were kind of unpleasant.

That's why an official Australian store was needed. And it arrives in a spectacular fashion.

This 20% off sale event ends on 5 May 9pm AEST. So if you're interested, whip out your credit cards and get shopping!

On top of all that goodness, you also score free shipping on orders over $80. Shipping times aren't exactly amazing (7-11 business days) but it's understandable with the current climate.

I don't know about you, but I am ready to start spending my money – because you should always treat yourself, right?

Don't know about Urban Outfitters?

If you're new to Urban Outfitters, let me give you a quick run-down. The global superstore is popular overseas and the brick-and-mortar stores are known for looking like the perfect Instagram feed.

Urban Outfitters offers a whole bunch of retail categories, with the main focus being fashion. However, the range of beauty items, homewares, tech accessories and other lifestyle pieces are also worth checking out.

The online retailer is also home to some pretty cool brands including adidas, Champion and Bec + Bridge. Beauty more your thing? Urban Outfitters has got you covered. Check out the range of products from brands like Anastasia Beverly Hills and NYX Cosmetics.


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