VERY LITTLE is better than buying something you want from your favorite store and getting it for a steep discount.
A woman who claimed to be a former Victoria’s Secret employee revealed just how you can do that by scoring the best deals at the brand’s Semi-Annual Sale.
“When I worked [at Victoria’s Secret], all the employees would do this and I would tell all my girlfriends to do this as well,” Alexis Virrey stated in a video posted to her TikTok page.
“The first day [of the Semi-Annual Sale], it’s usually 50 percent off, goes down to 75, and then 90 [percent off],” she explained.
“So on the first day, buy everything that you want, save your receipt, and do a price adjustment,” she instructed, noting that you have 14 days to make an adjustment.
“On the 14th day, usually you’ll get prices for 75 and 90 percent off depending on the store,” Alexis said.
“You get everything that you want, but at 75 and 90 percent off the sale price,” she reaffirmed.
She noted that the trick also works at Bath & Body Works because it is a sister store to Victoria’s Secret owned by the same company.
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However, Alexis did note that because she no longer works at Victoria’s Secret, she is not sure if the information she gave is as accurate as it could be.
She did not reveal exactly when she was employed by the store.
In response to a commenter confused about what exactly a price adjustment is, Alexis said: “If something you bought is cheaper within those 14 days, you can bring the receipt and get it for the cheaper price.”
“Just bring your receipt and they will refund you the money!”
The Sun reached out to Victoria’s Secret for comment on the matter and was not given a response.
Alexis is not the only former Victoria’s Secret employee to let her followers in on insider knowledge.
For instance, former employee Makenzie Marshall claimed customers don’t need to strip down to try on a bra.
"I used to work at the fitting rooms of Victoria's Secret and would help fit people for their bras," she recalled.
"I just have to let you guys know a little secret – we can fit you for your bras with your clothes on.”
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