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Lululemon warehouse sale in Minneapolis this weekend

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Get ready to scoop up heavily-discounted athleticwear this weekend at the Minneapolis Convention Center when Lululemon's annual warehouse sale hits Minneapolis. The famed yoga-pant retailer's gigantic sale promises big deals and an opportunity to exercise your patience. Expect big crowds and long lines--shoppers reported one to two hour wait times to enter the sale.

"[It] didn't feel too crowded and we didn't have to wait in line to check out, [but we] waited two hours to get in," said one shopper who also noted that the "deals are pretty good but selection is limited."

Lululemon advertises that at the sale you'll find a variety of women's and men's clothing and accessories from all of Lululemon's lines (in various and limited quantities), but you won't find iviva, their children's line.

Pertinent details: 25 item limit per guest, all sales are final, debit or credit cards only (no cash), leave your coat and bag in the car or be charged ($2/coat, $3/bag) to check them at the door. Check out Lululemon's blog for a full list of frequently asked questions about the warehouse sale. For up-to-the-moment updates follow @lululemonWHUS on Twitter.

Minneapolis Convention Center: 1301 2nd Ave S, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Dates and hours
Friday March 28th: 8am – 8pm (last entry 7pm)
Saturday March 29th: 8am- 8pm (last entry 7pm)
Sunday March 30th: 8am- 8pm (last entry 7pm; inventory dependent)



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