Love shopping at Anthropologie, but can’t always justify the price? I’m sharing my best tips for how to save money at Anthropologie!
Some of my very favorite closet pieces and home accents have come from Anthropologie. That said, I fully recognize that the store is not always affordable. I can count the number of items I own from there on one hand that I’ve actually paid full price.
If you love the Anthropologie aesthetic and designs, but are not ready to commit all the way, here are my best tips for how to save money while shopping at Anthro!
How To Save Money At Anthropologie
1. Wait for their sales. I feel like in the past year especially, Anthropologie has had a ton of sales and Black Friday (plus that weekend) they always do a sale. If there is a piece I have my eye on, I can usually count on a 20% coupon every few weeks. It’s worth adding any items you are eyeing to your cart, so that if a coupon pops up, you can easily checkout!
2. Sign up for their AnthroPerks program. You will get free shipping on orders over $50, a discount code for your birthday month, members-only promotions, and early access to new collections. It’s a completely free loyalty program that gives you insider access to savings (biggest perk is coupons, IMO!).
3. Ask for price adjustments. This is a tip my friend Casey told me about! If you buy anything that gets added to sale within 14 days of your purchase, you can get a price adjustment. You will only pay the sale price and be reimbursed the difference.
4. Buy online and pick up in the store. If you purchase something that doesn’t quite meet the free shipping threshold, see if you can pick it up at your local store. Many story are doing curbside pick-up if you don’t feel comfortable going inside, and it’s an easy way to save on pesky shipping costs.
5. Shop the sale room. So many times I am wandering through Anthropologie and I see something on their sale rack (all the way at the back of the store!) that I didn’t see discounted on the website. The sale rack in stores is a great place to comb for dresses and home items (in my experience) and I’ve even been able to stock up on candles for a fraction of the cost. If you have multiple store locations in your area, each store seems to have different sale items, too, so keep that in mind!
My rule of thumb for purchasing items at Anthropologie is that it needs to be an investment piece I know I will get quite a bit of use or wear. My top purchased item is probably dresses, because I have found the quality to be consistent.
Is Anthro one of your favorites, too? Any good tips for saving?