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The code "NEWYOKOSO"has previously expired. Now it is back online, $10 off for $50 minimum spend. Online purchases only.
Thanks. I used it couple days ago.
Just beware of their returns if you pay via PayPal. While returning it is free, they charge you a restocking fee!! But if you pay via credit card, you can exchange in store
Return at their store is free, (no restocking fee).
Really? I thought you can only ask for an exchange at their retail stores rather than getting refunds for online purchases.
Can someone else confirm this please?
I bought a jacket online, was too small for me, went to their store and asked to exchange it for a larger size, but she might misheard me and gave me refund instead…. may be she did not know about the policy!!!
ONLINE RETURNS INSTORE
You can return your item in person at any of our store locations (click here for store locations). Please ensure you present your online invoice in store so that we can verify your purchase.
We will attempt to process an exchange if requested but please note that our range and size availability may slightly differ between online and in store.
In order to process a refund in store please ensure the original credit card used for purchase is present.
We cannot process refunds in store for those purchases made with Paypal. We do apologise for any inconvenience.
I purchased mine with paypal and still able to get refund in store…. depend who process the refund i guess.
Thank you! They must have updated their returns policies since the last time I checked (which admittedly was quite a while ago, maybe a year).
If you invoke the paypal returns thing, do they refund the restocking fee? How does it work? Does anyone know?
I can only do mail returns at the moment on account of being in Perth.
Does anyone recommend choosing clothes one size above your normal size?
A lot of these models are skinny pretty boys, so I'm not sure I should byy my normal size (Large). Uniqlo is a Japanese company too.
have you checked their size guide? http://d2h2vnfmmg5sct.cloudfront.net/sizechart/re01/163531_s...
FYI, for ladies' clothing, the sizing usually runs a little large (not true to size). Not sure about men's but one would assume the same approach applies.
I usually wear medium in ladies clothes but I found a lot of Uniqlo's tops/sweaters/shirts/skirts run too large, so I usually opt for their small size which fits better on me. Oddly enough, the pants I've tried from them are true to size.
I shopped in store recently and found that while i definitely needed an XL when i used to buy in japan, L was big enough in the Australian store (tshirts, underwear, male)
Similar experience here. I'm usually an L when I purchase t-shirts, shirts @ Malaysia's Uniqlo. But when I shop in Australia's Uniqlo, I usually fit a M perfectly.
Same, I have two jumpers that are the same just different colours. One I bought in Japan and it is size L, the one I bought in Oz was size M but both exactly the same size.
Here's a breakdown of my experience for both menswear and womenswear, for anyone curious about sizing.
UNIQLO's pants are universally in inches for both genders (waist/inseam), offers in-between waist sizes (28, 29, 30, 31 etc) with numerous inseam options on most designs (plus free alterations over $29.95, but I think that's in-store only), varied fit options on most designs (skinny/slim/regular) and the sizing is consistent across the range. Their jeans and chinos are super comfy, too; I think the range is broad enough that it's a great place to start if you struggle to find anything in the sweet spot between comfortable and a perfect fit without needing a tailor.
Unlike most brands, I find UNIQLO's men's shirt, jumper and cardigan sizing to be more about the sleeve, neck and torso length than the chest and shoulders. My partner is an XS/S (more often S) in shirts - the UNIQLO XS is way too small for his neck and too short for his arms, but the S is perfect despite the fit in the chest being comparable and the shoulder seam almost identical. Yet, his measurements are split across XS and S on the size chart (chest XS, neck and sleeve S) so it's not a case of needing to size down for everyone. I'd say it's worth the effort to grab a comparable piece from your wardrobe and run it through the body/shoulder/sleeve clothing measurements under "clothing guide" from isidore's link, that way you'll have a much better idea without having to try it on.
For women's shirts, it's been a bit more random in my experience. There are all kinds of styles (whereas the men's are, as far as I can see as I can see, almost identical in pattern) and a lot are on the slouchier side, so the shoulder seam and sleeve length are the only solid indications of how something is supposed to fit. For the more fitted shirts, the chest space can be seriously limited, almost like it wasn't accounted for. I recommend trying them on first.
I don't know about their dresses, skirts, jackets, coats, tees or kids' clothes, but hopefully this still helps someone!
Yes, I concur, as a woman their clothing is all over the place, generally because of the different cuts, styles, and fabrics. Some styles of shirts in Japan are designed to be SUUUUPER baggy on, and they will often wear drapey shirts 1-2 sizes bigger. As a chubby woman these things are fine for me, but anything more fitted like a sweater or hoodie tends to cling in the wrong places.
The mens stuff is much more consistent in sizing and cut. It also runs much bigger comparatively— (i.e. a huskier guy in size XL will have a lot more clothing options and pants options in UNIQLO compared to a woman in size XL (approx size 16)— only some things will fit, they won't be consistent, and pants often run small).
Re the free pants alterations, I bought a pair online and took it to a retail store to alter, no problems at all, just bring the tax invoice.
$10 off out of $59.45 is thew new normal price
Uniqlo is great slowly replacing my clothes with stuff from their store just depends on what I need, alot of my clothes are faded or worn out
It is quite funny that when you apply the code and the total is less than $50, they will then charge you the delivery fee.
Ordered about $58 of gruts and then got charged the delivery fee after using both codes and got about $4 off in total.
Looks like the "NEWYOKOSO" code no longer works.
Code still working…
would have come in handy for my order just an hour ago.. damn.. paid shipping too.
Anyone know if this is limited to 1 use per account? looking to buy ~$200 worth of items and I can save $$ if I split up the order
Yes it is, need to use different accounts
seems this code can be used many times…i used 3 times already..
Don't forget Cashrewards ppl
Code works with their cyber Monday sale going on
Just tried this code and it works : NEWYOKOSO
Need to spend $50 after applying the code to get free shipping.
Code still works
I have used this code before under my account so it said the code was invalid, i checked out as guest and the code worked fine
I just used it in their Mid-Year sale and it worked for me.
I bought $64 worth to get the free shipping, then got the $10 discount which took the total down to $54 so I still qualified for free shipping. Perfect!
Code not working for me today :(
Code still works, but it's one per account as I tried two separate orders with the second one producing the Coupon code "NEWYOKOSO" is not valid.
Ahhh thanks for clearing that up! I'll just make a new account if I do another order new time :)
I did what emerson did and just check out as a guest. Still works haha
Hmm using the code NEWYOKOSO gets my order price down to $49, and then getting charged the delivery fee :(