ASOS Is Having A Huge Sitewide Sale For Labor Day

by Rosie Narasaki

Here's something you're not going to want to miss out on: ASOS is having a major Labor Day sale this year. As an answer to our end-of-summer shopping prayers, the apparel brand will be featuring a 20 percent off deal sitewide. It's really easy to get in on the savings, too — all you have to do is enter the code "LABORYAY" when you check out, and you'll automatically get the discount. The code will be active for the whole long weekend, beginning on Friday, Sept. 1 and ending on Monday, Sept. 4.

There aren't many restrictions on the code. I tested it myself, and it works for apparel, as well as shoes, accessories, and beauty. That said, it doesn't work for sale items, so unfortunately, you won't be able to stack your discounts. Still, 20 percent off is nothing to sneeze at — especially when paired with the free shipping that unlocks once you've piled $40 worth of swag into your virtual shopping cart.

So, what do you think you'll be buying during the sale? Those cool Adidas NMDs you've been eyeing for months? Some new dresses to help make the transition into fall? How about some statement pieces to rock for your work wardrobe?

Heck, it's rare to see your favorite Fenty x Puma line go on sale, so you might want to make that your priority.

Or maybe, just maybe, it's time to finally buy that pastel mini backpack that's been haunting your daydreams since the start of summer.

All in all, it's quite the nifty little sale — it's definitely worth checking out, along with all the other great Labor Day sales currently going on. From 20 percent off at ASOS, to free mini makeup faves from Kat Von D, to the epic 48-hour 20 percent Kylie Cosmetics sale , there are definitely more than enough good deals to go around.

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