Lululemon has been a big winner over the past couple of months, as online shoppers have bought the athletic apparel to wear while quarantining at home.

But now, after trying to keep our attention with some great online discounts, Lululemon has opened back up and is trying to make up for lost time.

Here’s what you need to know:

 

Lululemon is opening 350 store locations by June 4.

In a May 21 press release, Lululemon said the company had already opened 150 stores in North America, Europe, Asia, New Zealand, and Australia, and over the next two weeks, they’d open 200 more.

That represents about 76% of the 460 stores worldwide.

 

They’ve got sales going on, with up to 72% off.

There’s been internet chatter (even from E!) about a so-called Memorial Day Sale at Lululemon, but we’re not finding any official evidence of this.

That said, there are some pretty good deals right now, including stuff that’s 50% off or more:

 

 

That said, the online selection isn’t what it used to be.

In mid-April, Lululemon.com had more than 1,100 “We Made Too Much” sale items sitewide. Now, that number is less than half that.

But if you’re looking to get a great deal on Lululemon clothes, we’ve got a lot more to say about that.

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You can’t pay with cash anymore.

That’s probably the biggest change you’ll see when you go back to Lululemon. Only credit/debit cards or digital wallets will be accepted.

Other coronavirus-preventative measures include frequent cleanings, sanitizer stations, occupancy limits, and every other fitting room closed. Employees will be wearing facial coverings and will have daily wellness checks.

 

Hours are largely 11 – 7 Mon – Sat.

Although hours do vary by location. Check the store finder on Lululemon.com to see if your store has reopened, and to get hours specific to your location.

 

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