We love you Zara, but you don’t make it easy to nab a cheeky discount, do you?
While retailers like ASOS and H&M are constantly sending discount codes our way, Inditex brands like Zara, Uterqüe and Massimo Dutti keep these very much under wraps – literally.
Zara’s Special Prices section is no myth however, and while the brand may keep it on the DL, it’s surprisingly easy to find.
If you don’t know much about the aforementioned Special Prices area of the Zara website, I’ll let you in on a little secret.
Buried deep on the Zara homepage, you can find a clearance section, where all the discounted items live.
Sometimes it’s highlighted in pink, sometimes it isn’t…so you have to be pretty beady-eyed to actually find it, but it’s a good place to find sale items that have been returned later than most, when the items are discounted further.
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How to find Zara’s Special Prices section
You can either follow this link, or head to the Zara homepage, click the section you’re looking for, such as Woman, Man, Kids etc, then scroll down near the bottom of the list.
Special Prices is usually one of the last on the list.
Does Zara have an outlet?
According to Harper’s Bazaar, yes.
It’s called Lefties and was launched way back in 1993 to shift old stock.
There are now 150 stores worldwide, but sadly there isn’t one in the UK.
Still, if you’re ever in Spain, Portugal or Russia, it’s one to check out.
Does Zara take old clothes?
You can recycle clothes in Zara stores. All you need to do is place your old clothes inside a sealed package and drop them off in the specified container at any Zara store that offers this service.
To find out which do, consult this store list.
Zara also offers a clothing donation home collection service in London, but you need to have placed an order first.
You simple request collection of a clothes donation, and the courier will collect the package when they drop off your order.