Anniversary Sale Early Access

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It’s nearly upon us, Anniversary Sale, the time when we make upcoming fall styles super discounted on our site and in our stores. Most sales work the other way, selling off dwindling merchandise. This is the opposite. That’s why Anniversary Sale rules. You definitely probably maybe know about it already.

Our Anniversary Sale starts July 17 and prices go back up again August 3. But how is your knowledge on Early Access?

Early Access starts July 9, enabling Nordstrom cardholders to shop the sale before everyone else. Early Access is just what it sounds like, a first crack at all of the Anniversary Sale items. On our site, you’ll see a yellow circle that says Early Access on the product page of the item you’re shopping. That’s how you’ll know.

If you don’t have a Nordstrom card, you’ll still be able to see Early Access items but only be able to add them to your Wish List.

So right now your possible actions are:

APPLY FOR A NORDSTROM REWARDS CARD

LEARN MORE ABOUT EARLY ACCESS

Have fun shopping Anniversary Sale 2015!

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Starting immediately, Nordstrom Fashion Rewards members can shop Anniversary Sale before the masses. Sign into your account, or sign up for a card, here.

Fashion Rewards, by the way, is the awesome points/perks system for Nordstrom credit and debit cardholders. It’s like getting paid to shop. Plus, you get VIP access to killer events such as our best sale of the year: Anniversary Sale.

Anniversary Sale, by the way, is a sale like no other. It’s NOT a clearance of unwanted leftovers—it’s a sneak preview of our Fall delivery, on sale before it hits the floor at full price. No one else does this. If you haven’t experienced Anniversary Sale before, definitely check it out—it’s your chance to get a head start on Fall, and save some cash in the process.

One more thing, and then we’ll leave you to it: Check out the Nordstrom company retrospective we posted during last year’s Anniversary Sale—and see how our heritage reaches back to 1901, when John W. Nordstrom opened his first shoe store in downtown Seattle.

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