That time is coming again when everyone treats themselves to holidays and shopping just before the year closes. But with all the madness happening surrounding the pandemic, fancy holidays and big-spending might be out of the question.
However, if you love shopping for clothes, are a sneakerhead, and love all things PUMA, we’ve got some great news for you!
The sports clothing brand is relaunching their flagship store on LAZADA with a wider selection of about 1,300 products alongside crazy good deals available storewide! You can get your hands (and feet) on all their products including sneakers, t-shirts, accessories and more at never-before-seen prices.
Here are all the deets to fill you in on the PUMA promo:
1. You can get ALL PUMA items for up to 60% off
Offers like this don’t come often so you better mark your calendars to cop PUMA sneakers, trainers, apparel and even accessories for up to 60% OFF this 14 to 16 October 2020. Three days only!!!
The sale applies to ALL PUMA items storewide on LAZADA so this is your chance to cop new kicks from any of their collections like the PUMA Rider and RS Series or something from their adorable PUMA x Hello Kitty collection for the little ones (or for yourself too!).
Everything you need to look good for when you’re running, training, playing football or basketball and more will all be at the PUMA flagship store on LAZADA at heavily slashed prices, so don’t miss it!
2. Get better deals when you purchase more than two items at one go
With deals this awesome, why stop at only one purchase? PUMA has flexi offers in place so that you save more money when you buy more.
On top of the 60% discount, you can get an additional 10% off when you purchase two items in one receipt.
You can also purchase three items for an additional 30% off!
As the saying goes: Go big or go home!
3. Be a top spender during the campaign period and you’ll win a ONE YEAR supply of PUMA sneakers
It might sound too good to be true but PUMA really is offering one top spender a whole year’s supply of footwear! All you have to do is be the one to spend the most in a single receipt within the campaign period. ICYMI, the campaign is running from 14 to 16 October only.
If you’re the winner, you will receive 12 pairs of PUMA footwear worth up to RM5,000 in total over a period of 12 months. Fresh new kicks every month for a year! It’s Christmas all year round!
4. All orders made on 14 & 15 October will be eligible for FREE shipping
Every order you make from the PUMA flagship store on LAZADA on 14 & 15 October will come with FREE shipping at no minimum spend. This way, you can shop without having to worry about additional charges!
If you miss out on those dates, not to worry because you can still get free shipping on 16 October (the last day) with a minimum spend of RM120.
The free shipping applies to both West and East Malaysia so don’t worry about where you are. PUMA has got you covered!
5. For the first two days, get 30% off on all of PUMA’s classic range of sneakers
On 14 and 15 October only, you can get 30% off on PUMA’s classic range of kicks ranging from the Suede collection to their Ralph Sampson series. Additionally, any order of their classic range of sneakers gets FREE shipping with no minimum spend! Wahhh, sounds like a good deal!
Check out some of the PUMA classics here:
PUMA Ralph Sampson
PUMA Basket Classic
6. Tune in for a special live stream event where they will be giving out cash vouchers & FREE merch worth up to RM60,000!
On 14 October, catch the LazLive stream event hosted by radio host Melissa Th’ng from 8pm to 9pm where she will show you how to style your PUMA shoes from the Classic Range (Suede, Basket, Ralph Sampson) with other PUMA apparel.
During the live stream, there will also be giveaways offering attractive prizes which include:
- LazMall Cash Vouchers (with no minimum spend) and PUMA merch worth up to RM60,000
- PUMA Classic Style Pack worth RM500 each
That’s a lot of stuff!
And that’s everything you need to know to get in on the deals when PUMA relaunches their flagship store on LAZADA this 14 – 16 October. Mark your calendars and don’t miss out on all these offers!
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