Actual preview of this year's sale.
Ever wonder what happened to that fancy men’s suit you accidentally left in your dorm room before moving out? Well, tell your mom to nag about it no more, because tomorrow, you and the entire general public can buy it back for just $5, according to this price list released by PennMOVES.
The annual sale of Penn students’ abandoned items is going down at 3401 Grays Ferry Avenue from 10AM to 3PM (cut three hours short since last year—yeah, we noticed!), with free shuttle service provided to and from campus. But if you really wanna get your hands on that suit before you see it sported ironically by a grungy hipster, we suggest you pay the extra early bird admission price of 5 bucks and begin your treasure hunting at 8AM.
The sale accepts only cash and all proceeds go to Good Will. And the entire Philadelphia area already knows about it, so get crackin’!
Let’s face it, we kids grew a lot this summer, and you know what that means: cargo khakis falling right at the ankle bone, lacy sleeves hardly covering second knuckles, and too-small shoes that have us tripping in more ways than one. Even the clothes that do still fit are teeming with out-of-style catch phrases and outdated cultural references. Donate it all to charity, student. We’re going shopping!
Tomorrow in Houston Hall, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. CollegeSampleSale.com will be hosting, of all things, an enormous College Sample Sale. Details listed below, and even more details listed on the Facebook event listing.
- All merchandise under $100
- Jeans 2 for 1
- Shirts, pants, jeans, jackets, bathing suits and other new products, all 50-80% off and brand new
- Designers including Anlo, T-Bags, Joie, AKA, La Rok, Primp, 291 and more
Easter is, in our opinion, the holiday with the best candy. The CVS on 39th and Walnut still has some candy leftover from the past few weeks, and they’re selling it for 75% off. Hurry up and grab some Cadbury eggs before they disappear for a whole 11 months!