Hanna Andersson is currently in the middle of their “Big, Big Sale”, the semi-annual sale that’s good on almost everything, with items up to 60% off. I wanted to highlight two additional discounts that you can get on top of the sale as well as some items that I think are the best value.
Here’s a link for an extra 20% off on 1/3 only:
1 Day Only. Take an Extra 20% off Everything on Sale at Hanna Andersson. That’s up to 70% off! Valid 1/3
Plus, through 1/3 you’ll get a 20% savings card when you make any purchase at Hanna, which can then be used on a future purchase (1/18-1/31). It’s good for regular priced Hanna items only, so not an amazing prize or anything, but nice to have especially if by the end of the month you’re getting itchy to buy something new from the spring release. This should show up automatically but in case you need a link to it here it is.
As I mentioned in my post on New Year’s sales at a few other stores, I love these things. They stay on kids feet, have good traction, and are warm and cozy. Best of all, eleven styles that I can see are on sale, from the regular price of $26 to the “Big, Big Sale” price of $12 or $13, meaning that some will be less than $10 with the 20% off applied. You can’t beat that.
Yes, Hanna’s outerwear has gone on and off sale throughout the past month. But the prices now are quite low – take this girls down puffer jacket, originally $99, now $39, and will be less than $30 after the 20% off, or the baby puffer snowsuit available in multiple colors at the same price points. I also love their knit hats (these are a photo I took of some of ours from last year – the current season ones are different).
Hanna’s pants last forever, and there are a bunch of good styles left at good prices, like the Double Knee Canvas Pant (whose kids don’t need reinforced knees?!), the chinos, and the Carefree cords.
I’m kind of annoyed that the boys pants this past season were so practical and awesome when I felt like all of the girls pants were either leggings in another form (you can make them velour, but they’re still leggings) or a skinny cut. Why can’t we have double knee pants for girls? I would totally buy those.
These are a photo of some fabulous girls pants that I got from Hanna a few seasons ago – thick, corduroy, boot cut, adjustable waist, and lots of pockets. Sadly, they did not make them this year (or if I somehow missed them, please tell me and I will be very happy!)