Do you want to be a hype-beast or hype-bae but your wallet isn’t allowing you to do so? Well, you’re in luck!
Sport Planet Warehouse Outlet will be having a warehouse sale from March 28 to April 7 in Today’s Mall, Ulu Tiram, Johor. The sale will be held daily from 10am to 10pm and will be selling shoes from popular brands such as Adidas, Puma and Timberland.
According to their Facebook page, Sport Planet Warehouse Outlet will be selling their shoes with discounts up to 70%. And that’s not all! The prices of their Puma shoes are even starting from as low as RM50!
You’re not going to be able to get these shoes at a cheaper price anywhere else!
Omg, look at the huge variety of shoes they are selling!
If these shoes aren’t enough to tempt you, the warehouse sale will also be selling badminton rackets and other products from Yonex as well. Besides that, they will be selling a huge variety of snapback caps and other sports equipment as well.
And yes, they are all discounted up to 70% as well!
Can’t wait to start shopping?
If you want to head there, Today’s Mall is located at Jalan Kota Tinggi, Johor and is approximately a four hours drive from Kuala Lumpur. It is also not specified whether they accept credit cards or not so customers are advised to bring cash if they are planning to shop there.
Check out Sport Planet Warehouse Outlet’s Facebook page for more information!
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