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Cheapest place to buy Uggs

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Dancergirl Thu 12-Nov-15 16:23:28

Dd would love some Uggs this year, she tried on a pair in the Ugg store and really liked them. I'd like to shop around for a good price now I know what she wants.

They are the standard style short-ish length (not very very short, the next length up!) in dark chocolate brown. Where can I look?

Dancergirl Thu 12-Nov-15 16:24:20

I think they're called Classic short

SixtyFootDoll Thu 12-Nov-15 16:27:58

You can't really get them cheaper anywhere unless in a sale.
If you sign up to Office emails they often offer 20% off everything

BanningTheWordNaice Thu 12-Nov-15 16:29:04

What shoe size is she? I often buy the children's Young Adult size 4 and I'm a size 4. I think they go up to size 5.

UntilTheCowsComeHome Thu 12-Nov-15 16:30:12

I can't remember the exact name but something like Outdoor Country Stores were the cheapest I've seen for classic uggs.

LondonHuffyPuffy Thu 12-Nov-15 16:30:58

Current season Uggs are all priced pretty much the same.

Occasionally Shoeaholics has cheap Uggs. I bought a pair of Uggs from a while back. Again, they weren't current season but might be worth a look?

BanningTheWordNaice Thu 12-Nov-15 16:31:08

WoahBodyforrrrm Thu 12-Nov-15 16:31:48

Sign up to secret sales and brandalley, uggs often crop discount up on those sites.

Also are you near an Ugg outlet? That would be worth a look too.

KateSpadeAddict Thu 12-Nov-15 16:33:15

If you know anyone going to the USA before Christmas they are definitely cheaper there.

Dancergirl Thu 12-Nov-15 16:45:29

She's a size 5 (adults). She did try the children's size 5 but the fit was different.

noisytoys Thu 12-Nov-15 19:11:31

M&M direct have cheap uggs. Older styles and more unusual styles are up to 70% off. I buy all my uggs there since Branch 309 shut down. There is also the Office ex display website that sells cheap.

wannabestressfree Thu 12-Nov-15 19:20:59

I got my step daughters on very as you get a discount for first order and I could get a five- they were £80.

MabelStark Thu 12-Nov-15 20:14:58

Try Shoeholics. I've just bought my first ever pair of Uggs from there chocolate brown 'Pierce'. There's 15% off your first order which meant mine were £102.50 delivered. I looked high and low and these were the cheapest I found. I've hardly had them off my feet since. One of my favourite buys!

Cherrypie32 Thu 12-Nov-15 20:30:02

Just don't be tempted to buy any from random online sites with Ugg in the title. They will almost certainly be fake and they would never be as cheap as they sell them (£40 etc).

Bluecheese22 Thu 12-Nov-15 20:59:49

I was coming to say m&m direct too. Definitely buy from a genuine site, expensive but worth it.

Dancergirl Thu 12-Nov-15 22:02:55

Thanks, have tried M and M direct and also Shoeholics but can't see the colour she wants. Think they tend to reduce the more unusual colours.

Looks like it'll be £150 then

TheCraicDealer Fri 13-Nov-15 12:15:44

Nooooo, sign up to Office email alerts, around the end of November last year they had 20% off everything (might have even been for Black Friday).

dottyaboutstripes Fri 13-Nov-15 12:20:46

I saw them in Costco a couple of days ago, I think they were £115 or £120

WoodleyPixie Fri 13-Nov-15 14:33:42

Why does the reading Costco not sell uggs!! Grr
Dd needs some new ones but she's a 3 so child's size.

Dancergirl Fri 13-Nov-15 14:58:12

We're not Costco members unfortunately.

I will try Office, I forgot about Black Friday

WoodleyPixie Fri 13-Nov-15 15:08:03

There is a 10%off first order with jake shoes.

wannabestressfree Fri 13-Nov-15 18:53:51

Office voucher doesn't normally include uggs....

SixtyFootDoll Sat 14-Nov-15 19:30:57

I've got a 20% code for office, doesn't say it can't be used for uggs.

It's office20, worth a try?

wannabestressfree Sat 14-Nov-15 21:42:05

Thanks sixty smile

Dancergirl Sat 14-Nov-15 22:52:19

Thanks sixty it says not valid sadly, I got all excited then! Will have to keep a look out near Black Friday smile

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