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[Sporting Life] SportingLife brand clothes up to 80% off

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Sep 12, 2006
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Yep, it's down. Associate mentioned they are hoping to have it back up at noon.
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Tlongi wrote: If anyone isn’t using their 50$ I would love to have it as I need to buy my toddler a winter jacket for our first winter here!
Please no begging or sob stories here... plus, you're already requesting a code on the SportChek thread, using the same reason :facepalm:
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Tlongi wrote: Which is because I actually need to buy the jacket. So would appreciate some help with a code. It’s a legit reason for asking, if someone isn’t using theirs I’d love to use it
Walmart or Old Navy. Sporting Life isn’t where you should be attempting to buy this toddler jacket if money is tight.
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SammyDavis wrote: Walmart or Old Navy. Sporting Life isn’t where you should be attempting to buy this toddler jacket if money is tight.
For a toddler?, i would consider thrift store, value village n costco as well or even check with friends for stuff, kids grow up so fast, they will outgrow it before the jacket get destroyed.
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SammyDavis wrote: Walmart or Old Navy. Sporting Life isn’t where you should be attempting to buy this toddler jacket if money is tight.
Ironically, I went to Sporting Life this past weekend, and you wouldn't believe the amount of millennial couples buying canada goose jackets, toques, and gloves for toddlers and small kids .... I just kept thinking "wtf?, they will only use that jacket for 1 season, if anything"
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Why they (Sporting life) don't go out of business is so surpirsing.
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Sporting Life has a terrible return policy. Anything 30% off or more can only be returned for store credit.
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kooroshkabir wrote: Why they (Sporting life) don't go out of business is so surpirsing.
Lots of affluent families shopping there and it is owned by Fairfax, deep pockets
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These clothes are ugly and no good for 'sports' pass
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Citizen Bmac wrote: Sporting Life has a terrible return policy. Anything 30% off or more can only be returned for store credit.
Where does it say that? Was going to buy something but unsure of size... Maybe they changed it due to covid? It just says returns accepted for 60days
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slimysnot wrote: Where does it say that? Was going to buy something but unsure of size... Maybe they changed it due to covid? It just says returns accepted for 60days
This is correct. Their previous policy was ridiculous. With COVID this year, they did change their policy and can return any item regardless of discount for 60 days. I asked this a few different ways in store to make sure I understood that this is a new policy and not something they were making up at the time. I recently bought some Sporting Life branded shirts and sweaters. For the original price, I wouldn't have touched them, but for the deep discount price, seemed to be good quality. I picked up t-shirts for working out at less than $8 a shirt. Hoodie for I think $15. Picked up a wool blend sweater with my $50 coupon, so for basically free, it was a good buy.

Given that the store is now nearby to where I live, we do go in and shop there because of them carrying some of the higher end brands. Like a proper RFD-er, at the end of the day whichever store provides a better deal gets my hard earned cash.

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