I’m going to take a wild guess that you’ve probably all already seen this, savvy shoe shopper that you are, but just in case you haven’t, I would be a bad Shoeperwoman indeed not to tell you about The Outnet’s 2nd birthday sale.
As you may remember, The Outnet celebrated their first birthday last year with a massive sale in which everything was reduced to just £1. Yes, £1. No, that’s not a typo. Obviously the sale itself was a massive, online scrum: or so I hear, anyway – I stupidly decided to go out the night before, got back super-late (And, OK, a little the worse for wear), and so was still asleep when the emails announcing the start of the sale went out. I got online not long after that, but of course, by then it was all tumbleweed. This is how Outnet sales tend to go down. (It’s also how I came to own a pair of Louboutin Mad Mary’s that are a size too big for me. Ahem.)
Anyway! This year, in a bid to make things a little easier, The Outnet is restricting access to the sale to 2,000 people only. In order to have a chance of being one of the lucky ones, you have to first of all register with the site, if you haven’t already, and then go here to enter the draw. I actually wasn’t going to bother, because I generally have no luck with prize draws of this type (in fact, the only thing I ever won from a prize draw was… bacon and eggs. I swear I’m not making this up.), but of course I relented. Even if the chances of getting a ticket are slim, it’s well worth the few seconds it takes to enter, because to celebrate their second birthday, The Outnet is selling its sale stock for just £2 per item. (Do you see what they did there? This means that even if The Outnet is still celebrating its birthdays in this way in 100 years times, the price will STILL be much less than retail. I love The Outnet, I really do.)
Feeling lucky, punks?* Click here to enter.
*I have no idea why I called you all “punks”. Sorry.