5 Lululemon Hacks That Will Save You A Tonne Of Money

Kendra Tan
Last updated Nov 22, 2021
Lululemon sale secrets! Score Lululemon discounts in Singapore with these tried and tested hacks.

Here are some pretty foolproof hacks to save on your next pair of Lululemon leggings.

If you’re a sports/yoga enthusiast who loves Lululemon but hates paying those high prices, we’ve got some secret hacks that will save you some serious cash. 

By taking advantage of mall reward programmes, promotions and online group-buys, here are five awesome ways to get some great discounts and cashback on your next Lululemon purchase. 

#1 Use conversion rates to your advantage 

There is much to celebrate about Singapore as an economic powerhub given the strength of our currency. Given that Lululemon’s online retail shop uses its native currency (Hong Kong dollars) in its pricings, you can enjoy cheaper prices just by capitalizing on the conversion rates. 

For example, the male’s Surge Jogger 26” Asia Fit costs approximately S$198 in its Singapore physical store. However, it will cost approximately S$188 on its online store (based on the current conversion rates).

Additionally, you can also consider looking out for Lululemon promotional codes from websites such as Shopback (and get up to 13% cashback), or getting it from an e-commerce platform such as Shopee

#2 Use credit cards to get cashback

Using a credit card comes with its perks, including shopping cashback options and exclusive discounts. When buying Lululemon products, regardless if it’s through an online or physical store, make sure to use your credit card so as to reap its many benefits. UOB’s latest credit card, UOB EVOL, provides 8% cashback for online and mobile contactless purchases as well as access to its newest rewards programme, UOB TMRW.

#3 Join a group on Carousell

Did you know that you can join a community of fellow bargain-hunters on Carousell? There is a multitude of interest groups you can join, in which members share listings of products they want to sell at special prices. Join the Lululemon group-buy with fellow fans to save on delivery fees and more.

#4 Shopping mall discounts and rebates

Given that Lululemon’s physical outlets are located in popular shopping centres, make sure to also utilize each respective mall’s existing membership programmes to enjoy exclusive discounts and rebates. 

This is especially applicable for Lululemon outlets located in Orchard Ion (ION+ rewards), Marina Bay Sands (Sands rewards) and VivoCity (VivoRewards+). Each reward programme offers points you can accumulate through purchases that you can use to offset future buys. 

One more tip: visit the malls on your birthday to enjoy exclusive member birthday rewards!

#5 Wait

If you aren’t in a rush to get that pair of leggings, it is best that you wait for shopping seasons to get the best discounts. Seasonal periods such as Black Friday, 11.11 and the Great Singapore Sale are amazing opportunities to score huge savings.

In fact, Lululemon’s online store has a ‘We Made Too Much’ catalogue that offers huge discounts on popular products. It is also regularly updated, so always check to see if your desired item is on the list.

Lululemon branches in Singapore

Lululemon ION Orchard 

Address: 2 Orchard Turn, Unit B1-11, ION, Singapore 238801
Contact:
6634 1895
Opening hours:
11am to 9pm

Lululemon Takashimaya

Address: 391 Orchard Road, Ngee Ann City, Unit 03-12B/13, Singapore 238873
Contact: 6694 2347
Opening hours:
11am to 8pm

Lululemon Marina Bay Sands

Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Unit B2-42, Singapore 018956
Contact: 6970 1162
Opening hours:
11am to 9pm

Lululemon VivoCity

Address: 1 Harbourfront Walk, 133 VivoCity, #01-131/132, Singapore 098585
Contact: 6250 5718
Opening hours:
11am to 9pm

Lululemon Duxton

Address: 79 Duxton Road, Singapore 089538
Contact: 6221 8130
Opening hours:
11am to 8pm

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By Kendra Tan
Avid promo code hunter and haggler. Kendra doesn’t like paying full price for anything. She’s the best person to bring along if you’re travelling on a budget. Have an interesting story to tell? E-mail her at kendra.tan@singsaver.com.sg




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