214 employees reported this benefit
Anthropologie offers discounts for employees and their immediate families at all Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, and Free People stores across the country.
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I think this is why most professionals work for Anthro! It's 60% off of a number of items each month and changes up each month. Also %25 off of home items, beauty and jewelry.
Great employee discount. It was one of the best parts of working for the company.
Worst thing about the employee discount was that it was tempting to shop while in-store. Also, I'd prefer access to benefits over an employee discount. However, most employees were young enough where benefits, etc. weren't an issue.
Significant in-store. Online, less so. Would be better for there to be parity among entire suite of offerings for discount.
Really great discount of 40-60% off full price apparel and 25% off home, increasing to 40% off home and sale during employee appreciation periods.
60% off 4 tops, 4 bottoms, and 4 accessories every month. 40% off everything else including Free People and Urban Outfitters. 25% home and things that couldn't be worn in store
40 percent off all full priced items
The discount for employees is awesome. You get a limited amount of items at 60% off each month, and 40% off almost everything else. There is also a great discount available to family members - 25% off, and during employee appreciation (which happens several times each year) it goes up to 40% off.
Their clothing discount program is the very best in the industry for sure! Plus Friends & Family yellow cards too....
Every month you can get up to 12 items for 60% off. Beyond that, apparel is 40% off and home and beauty is 25% off. We also get discounts at the company's other brands: Urban Outfitters, BHLDN, Free People, and Terrain