Promotions, Workshops and Giveaways Coming to MUJI in Square One in Mississauga
It might not be that warm outside yet, but spring is here—which is great for shoppers who are in the market for craft workshops, free food and drink samples, exclusive promotions and more. Yes, the always popular MUJI Week is set to kick off in all participating locations (including Square One in Mississauga) starting this month.
What is MUJI Week, you might ask?
For those who are unfamiliar with the exciting event, it’s a way for the company to introduce customers to all things MUJI—the unique and diverse Japanese clothing, home goods, craft and decor store that recently came to Canada to provide shoppers with everything from summery linen outfits to unique snacks to stylish aroma diffusers.
MUJI Week will be happening all Canadian MUJI stores from April 6 - 16.
MUJI Week, which is actually a little longer than a week, allows the brand to thank MUJI members for their support by giving them something special.
During the event, MUJI Mail members will get 10% off all regular-priced merchandise. If you aren’t a MUJI Mail member already, you can become one by subscribing here!
Clockwise from top left: Adjustable French Linen Peaked Cap in raw white ($49), French Linen Short Sleeve Checked Shirt in white ($49), French Linen Easy Pants in raw white ($69), French Linen 3/4 Sleeve Shirt in sky blue ($49), Water Repellent Organic Cotton Slip-On Sneakers in off-white ($49)
As for what else to expect, shoppers will be able to enjoy various promotions, giveaways, workshops and snack sampling. Even more exciting still will be the launch of MUJI’s always popular French Linen collection, a collection that’s perfect for anyone looking for brand new clothes or bedding that is ideal for the warmer spring and summer months.
The French Linen collection consists of timeless pieces for men and ladies, all made of high quality linen that becomes smoother the more it’s worn and washed.
MUJI also carries a bedding series made of 100% linen, a natural fabric that’s ideal for hot summer nights.
During MUJI Week, select linen items will be up to 20% off.
Clockwise from top left: French Linen Cape Stole With Arm Holes in light blue ($59), Water Repellent Flat Shoes in raw white ($49), French Linen Stole Cardigan in smoky apricot ($89), Organic Cotton Stretch Denim Boyfriend Fit Jeans in blue ($59), Organic Cotton Stretch Denim Skinny Jeans in indigo blue ($59)
If you have little ones, you are in luck. For the first weekend of MUJI Week, the store will hold a notebook decoration workshop for kids—an easy, fun and free craft activity. As reservations are mandatory, be sure to subscribe to MUJI Mail to get all details. Visit this page for details and reservations.
On the second weekend of MUJI Week, the company’s popular Well-Fitted Beads Sofas and Beads Sofa Covers will be on sale. Shoppers are encouraged to try them when they visit the store.
Who knows…maybe you won’t want to get up anymore!
Clockwise from top left: French Linen Long Sleeve Shirt in mustard and dark orange ($49 each), Adjustable French Linen Crochet Hat in raw white and off-white ($49 each)
Finally, MUJI will have the “One Pen A Day Giveaway” every day during MUJI Week—a special initiative that’s for MUJI Mail members only.
As for how it works, the first 30 customers will get a free gel ink pen - MUJI Canada’s most popular item - with a $30 or more purchase (before taxes). If you love to write, you’ll be happy to know that you can get a different color every day. Members will receive an email letting them know all the details about the promotion.
If you feel like refreshing your wardrobe or your bedroom for spring, or simply to discover more about MUJI, make sure to visit the store during MUJI Week!
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