6 Tips Going Into The Dallas Lululemon Warehouse Sale
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6 Tips Going Into The Dallas Lululemon Warehouse Sale

What you need to know to survive this crazy day.

6 Tips Going Into The Dallas Lululemon Warehouse Sale
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The gigantic blowout sale that only happens every so often is making a big stop in the Lone Star State on May 19th through the 21st at Fair Park/Centennial Hall. If you're a yoga enthusiast, workout addict, or simply just love Lululemon like myself then this is an event you don't want to miss. Individuals from neighboring cities, and even other states will be coming to attend this insane sale. There is no doubt that you're going to have to do your fair share of waiting in line just to get in so I put together six tips to get you through a day at the Lululemon Warehouse Sale.

1. Take Uber, Lyft or the DART

Unless you're going to be at the location super early then one of these options is your best bet. Parking is going to be limited and a disaster. You will save not only time, but also the frustration of not finding a parking space which leaves more time for what you really came here for, the shopping.

2. Bring a carrying bag

You'll thank me later for this tip. Most definitely bring a carrying bag of some sort to put all the items you find throughout the sale in so that you aren't lugging all the clothes around. Each customer is allowed a 25 item max limit, so could you imagine carrying those clothes with nowhere to put them except on your arm or shoulder? Talk about a major arm workout! If you have ever shopped at Lululemon prior to this sale then at checkout you get one of these red bags which are perfect for this occasion, but any other carrying bag will do the trick.

3. Wear comfortable shoes

Do not wear heals, sandals, booties, or wedges!! Where this sale is being held is at a huge location so a nice comfortable pair of tennis shoes is the path you should take. There will be a lot of walking around, and standing in lines so wearing good support shoes won't affect your shopping trip. You don't want the pain of your feet bothering you to takeover the fun of finding good deals.

4. Bring the essentials

Make sure that you have your ID, Credit Card/Debit Card, phone/phone charger, and food/drink. This sale doesn't accept cash or checks so make sure to bring those cards. You will be spending at least 3 hours if not more at this sale so bring that phone charger, food, and drinks to keep you going so that you can last.

5. Know your size

The dressing rooms at these sales will be absolute chaos so knowing your size ahead of time will be a major plus. If you don't know your size then wear clothing that is either tight or clothing that makes it easy to try on their items. Knowing your size will make it easier getting the items you want. If you go into the sale knowing this tip then you'll walk out with a lot of shopping bags and a happy heart!

6. Stay Calm

This is like Black Friday shopping, but exclusively for Lululemon. For the most part everyone is nice, and trying to be helpful such as the Lululemon educators who are there for anything you might need. However, just like any other major sale there will be people who will snag, push and pull. There is no need to panic or rush your time at the sale. Its important to stay calm as much as you can during the day.

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