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20% Off Entire Under Armour Website with Code + Free Shipping and Returns
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Posted 20th May

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There is lots of sportswear and casual wear all reduced some up to 40% plus Extra 20% off with code Free Delivery on all orders no minimum spend and free return. Men's Women's and Kids Outlet all included.

Thanks for posting @RamsMax Good Spot
Few Examples of what's in the outlet.


Girls UA sports style terry crew
Sizes Youth XS to Xl
£34.00 reduced to £23.97 Now £19.18
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Men's UA Sweater Fleece ½ Zip in 6 colours
Sm to XL
£60.00 Reduced to £41.97 Now £33.57
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Men's UA Fast Left Chest Short Sleeve
Sizes SM to XL
£22.00 Reduced to £14.97 with code £11.97
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Women's Charged Cotton Short Sleeve
Sizes Xs to XL
£30.00 Reduced to £20.97 Now £16.77
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Under armour i still remember what you did last year!!!:p
ChrisRX20/05/2020 13:57

Well are you going to tell us?


Hey Under Armour,

I get it, mistakes happen to all of us. 

It’s Friday afternoon, POETS day, the sun is shining and the digital team are desperate to get off early to hit the pub ... erm sorry gym. Rupert the intern is too young for the pu...sorry gym and is happy to stay – I mean what’s the worst that could happen eh!

The weekend rolls by in a flash and everyone returns Monday morning with sore heads...sorry muscles from all the DOMS, and OH MY GOD.

It has been a record weekend for sales but something doesn’t look right. There are 1000s of orders but the revenue is WAY down on where it should be. This is bad. Somehow the website pricing has been wrong for 48hrs and people have been spreading the news all over the interwebs.

The office panic is widespread and palpable. Inboxes are overflowing and everyone is looking to pass the book. It must have been Marketing’s fault, no no it was definitely the merchandisers, no it must be a development glitch. Poor Rupert.

Nobody is sure how to react, maybe the C-levels won’t notice, please god say they won’t notice. Surely they’re too busy in their plush offices or on the golf course to look at actual revenue numbers. Maybe, just maybe, they’ll only spot the sales volumes on the dashboard and give everyone a raise.

Wishful thinking I’m afraid, questions are already being asked. But what do we do. Alan the warehouse manager, ever the dutiful employee, has already begun shipping orders. THIS IS BAD.
And now you have a choice: 

a) Accept the error however, it happened. Take a huge hit and ship the orders regardless, but turn it into a positive. Think of it as a loss leader, tell all of the new (or existing) customers about the mistake and how despite the cost you’ll still honour your word. Quietly encourage people to spread the word about what a great company you are, and if they enjoy their new purchase (many of whom may never have bought UA before) encourage them to come back again with a one-off discount code for being in the lucky club. 1000s upon 1000s of delighted customers, social media buzzing with positive brand mentions. YOU CANNOT BUY THIS KIND OF PR. Website traffic rockets, entirely new demographics are suddenly brand ambassadors and now the only concern is how you’ll be able to keep up with the demand for full priced orders. Life is good, Rupert is off the hook.

b) You’ve run the numbers, this will kill the company. You can’t possibly fulfil these orders at these prices. But what to do. Honesty is the best policy as my old Mum probably definitely maybe once said or something. People are reasonable and will understand. By Monday 12pm all customers have been informed personally by email that the pricing was an error and unfortunately can’t be honoured. Of course you understand this is upsetting, especially as people’s money has been taken, so to soften the blow here is a onetime 30% discount code that can be redeemed against any item. Tell people you know this isn’t the bargain they thought they’d got, but hope it goes someway to making up for the upset and inconvenience of not being able to fulfil their order.

c) Panic and don’t do anything quickly. Wait until Wednesday and then send out a generic email that doesn’t even address the customer by name. Thank them for their interest but tell them their order wasn’t accepted. Don’t give any reason, details or admit any mistake – that would show weakness BRAH. Tell them the refund will be with them within 5 working days. FIVE WORKING DAYS. Apologise for the inconvenience, that’ll appease people I’m sure. Of course you’re a smart company, never one to miss a marketing opportunity, so don’t forget to use your standard email template highlighting your free shipping and returns – people will surely be queuing up to order again.

Remember it isn’t a mistake that defines us; it is how we deal with it. 

You chose C (shakes head). For a company with the slogan I WILL, it is ironic to the extreme that it turns out YOU WON’T!

• You won’t honour orders made in good faith
• You won’t admit the mistake and try to turn it into a positive for both you and your new customers
• You won't respond to people's emails.
• You won’t give people their money back for up to 5 working days. (And that's only if you've actually authorised a refund and not just left the order "processing" for over a week).


Stay hungry guys, although with this kind of negative PR I worry that might not be all that hard for you going forward.

If you need any help with your marketing and comms I’m here – you’ve got my details from my orders (although it appears you don’t know how to use them). Of course the rate I quote you when we agree to work together won’t be the rate I actually charge, but hey I’m sure you won’t mind
alfa11120/05/2020 13:37

Never again!


I remembered as well, spent hours looking at it, in the end disappointing. Never again Under Armour.
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Like it, works on full priced items too.
Under armour i still remember what you did last year!!!:p
vitor1977120/05/2020 13:33

Under armour i still remember what you did last year!!!:p



Never again!
alfa11120/05/2020 13:37

Never again!


I remembered as well, spent hours looking at it, in the end disappointing. Never again Under Armour.
Never again Under Armour.(poo)
vitor1977120/05/2020 13:33

Under armour i still remember what you did last year!!!:p



Well are you going to tell us?
Won't buy (or try to buy!) from them ever again
ChrisRX20/05/2020 13:57

Well are you going to tell us?


There was a price glitch on the Under Amour website where all the items were really cheap, but barely anyone received their orders with little communication from Under Armour
Yeah. Nah. Ill never forget the trauma of 2019
Never forget boys
RamsMax20/05/2020 14:01

There was a price glitch on the Under Amour website where all the items …There was a price glitch on the Under Amour website where all the items were really cheap, but barely anyone received their orders with little communication from Under Armour



So is this sale legit to buy from or are we likely to get orders cancelled?
Hahahahaha mine got delivered
ChrisRX20/05/2020 14:21

So is this sale legit to buy from or are we likely to get orders cancelled?


This sale is legit I believe
RamsMax20/05/2020 14:01

There was a price glitch on the Under Amour website where all the items …There was a price glitch on the Under Amour website where all the items were really cheap, but barely anyone received their orders with little communication from Under Armour


I received correspondence from them. Think they even called me...
Hill553820/05/2020 14:37

I received correspondence from them. Think they even called me...


About the price glitch?
RamsMax20/05/2020 14:34

This sale is legit I believe


Prices were like £4-£8 for most items. Huge cock up. This is legit.
RamsMax20/05/2020 14:37

About the price glitch?


Yup. Actually i received an email and then I called them. People can’t be too disheartened because it was genuinely too good to be true. Or at least in my eyes lol
Hill553820/05/2020 14:38

Yup. Actually i received an email and then I called them. People can’t be t …Yup. Actually i received an email and then I called them. People can’t be too disheartened because it was genuinely too good to be true. Or at least in my eyes lol


Yeah I wasn't too bothered about not getting my order, obviously too good to be true.
Edited by: "RamsMax" 20th May
ChrisRX20/05/2020 13:57

Well are you going to tell us?


Hey Under Armour,

I get it, mistakes happen to all of us. 

It’s Friday afternoon, POETS day, the sun is shining and the digital team are desperate to get off early to hit the pub ... erm sorry gym. Rupert the intern is too young for the pu...sorry gym and is happy to stay – I mean what’s the worst that could happen eh!

The weekend rolls by in a flash and everyone returns Monday morning with sore heads...sorry muscles from all the DOMS, and OH MY GOD.

It has been a record weekend for sales but something doesn’t look right. There are 1000s of orders but the revenue is WAY down on where it should be. This is bad. Somehow the website pricing has been wrong for 48hrs and people have been spreading the news all over the interwebs.

The office panic is widespread and palpable. Inboxes are overflowing and everyone is looking to pass the book. It must have been Marketing’s fault, no no it was definitely the merchandisers, no it must be a development glitch. Poor Rupert.

Nobody is sure how to react, maybe the C-levels won’t notice, please god say they won’t notice. Surely they’re too busy in their plush offices or on the golf course to look at actual revenue numbers. Maybe, just maybe, they’ll only spot the sales volumes on the dashboard and give everyone a raise.

Wishful thinking I’m afraid, questions are already being asked. But what do we do. Alan the warehouse manager, ever the dutiful employee, has already begun shipping orders. THIS IS BAD.
And now you have a choice: 

a) Accept the error however, it happened. Take a huge hit and ship the orders regardless, but turn it into a positive. Think of it as a loss leader, tell all of the new (or existing) customers about the mistake and how despite the cost you’ll still honour your word. Quietly encourage people to spread the word about what a great company you are, and if they enjoy their new purchase (many of whom may never have bought UA before) encourage them to come back again with a one-off discount code for being in the lucky club. 1000s upon 1000s of delighted customers, social media buzzing with positive brand mentions. YOU CANNOT BUY THIS KIND OF PR. Website traffic rockets, entirely new demographics are suddenly brand ambassadors and now the only concern is how you’ll be able to keep up with the demand for full priced orders. Life is good, Rupert is off the hook.

b) You’ve run the numbers, this will kill the company. You can’t possibly fulfil these orders at these prices. But what to do. Honesty is the best policy as my old Mum probably definitely maybe once said or something. People are reasonable and will understand. By Monday 12pm all customers have been informed personally by email that the pricing was an error and unfortunately can’t be honoured. Of course you understand this is upsetting, especially as people’s money has been taken, so to soften the blow here is a onetime 30% discount code that can be redeemed against any item. Tell people you know this isn’t the bargain they thought they’d got, but hope it goes someway to making up for the upset and inconvenience of not being able to fulfil their order.

c) Panic and don’t do anything quickly. Wait until Wednesday and then send out a generic email that doesn’t even address the customer by name. Thank them for their interest but tell them their order wasn’t accepted. Don’t give any reason, details or admit any mistake – that would show weakness BRAH. Tell them the refund will be with them within 5 working days. FIVE WORKING DAYS. Apologise for the inconvenience, that’ll appease people I’m sure. Of course you’re a smart company, never one to miss a marketing opportunity, so don’t forget to use your standard email template highlighting your free shipping and returns – people will surely be queuing up to order again.

Remember it isn’t a mistake that defines us; it is how we deal with it. 

You chose C (shakes head). For a company with the slogan I WILL, it is ironic to the extreme that it turns out YOU WON’T!

• You won’t honour orders made in good faith
• You won’t admit the mistake and try to turn it into a positive for both you and your new customers
• You won't respond to people's emails.
• You won’t give people their money back for up to 5 working days. (And that's only if you've actually authorised a refund and not just left the order "processing" for over a week).


Stay hungry guys, although with this kind of negative PR I worry that might not be all that hard for you going forward.

If you need any help with your marketing and comms I’m here – you’ve got my details from my orders (although it appears you don’t know how to use them). Of course the rate I quote you when we agree to work together won’t be the rate I actually charge, but hey I’m sure you won’t mind
Does the new subscriber email 10% stacks on this?
RamsMax20/05/2020 14:34

This sale is legit I believe


Thanks, I've got a couple things I want to order, but I was a bit worried by all the ominous posts that I was going to get my card stolen or something
ChrisRX20/05/2020 15:54

Thanks, I've got a couple things I want to order, but I was a bit worried …Thanks, I've got a couple things I want to order, but I was a bit worried by all the ominous posts that I was going to get my card stolen or something


You’re fine, under armour are a massive company. The only reason orders were previously cancelled was because trainers that were usually £125 were coming up as £15 along with other items.
Wait for prime day for under armour stuff
someshpan20/05/2020 15:21

Does the new subscriber email 10% stacks on this?


AFAIK don’t think you can code stack on the official Under Armour site? I’ve tried a bunch of different ones in addition to INDY20UA and none worked. Unless, anyone knows different?

Edit: Confirmed, codes don’t stack on the official Under Armour site. You can’t even add Student discount if already using a promo code.
Edited by: "cheekster" 21st May
Excellent thanks for posting. 3 things that might help someone else: 1/ I could only get the box to appear in which to enter the code when I logged in as an account, not as a guest, 2/ when paying on Apple Pay it tried to charge me the pre-code amount, I had to pay ‘manually’ by card to get the discounted amount so watch out! And 3/ under armour T&Cs say returns period has been extended to 100days during the pandemic, rather than the usual 30days.
#UANF
Hill553820/05/2020 14:38

Yup. Actually i received an email and then I called them. People can’t be t …Yup. Actually i received an email and then I called them. People can’t be too disheartened because it was genuinely too good to be true. Or at least in my eyes lol


I think you're underestimating how angry people on the internet can get over such small things
edanfalls21/05/2020 12:51

I think you're underestimating how angry people on the internet can get …I think you're underestimating how angry people on the internet can get over such small things


Probably. Life’s to short to care. Doesn’t impact me and I’m sure it doesn’t impact UA either
#neverforget
Don’t do it! Ordered in last years sale, money debited from my account, no goods received, no answers to my emails and calls... eventually claimed the money back through Visa as I’d paid in my credit card. Under armour... not to be trusted!!
jeank55721/05/2020 13:20

Don’t do it! Ordered in last years sale, money debited from my account, no …Don’t do it! Ordered in last years sale, money debited from my account, no goods received, no answers to my emails and calls... eventually claimed the money back through Visa as I’d paid in my credit card. Under armour... not to be trusted!!


The order I placed yesterday was dispatched yesterday
I thought Under Armour was getting alot of heat for its pro trophy hunting politics

change.org/p/p…ers
Never ever ever ever

UA 👎
RamsMax21/05/2020 13:21

The order I placed yesterday was dispatched yesterday


Good for you! Much better than the experience I had!!
Thanks - bought item and got confirmation. Fingers crossed
Honestly, folks here are just an extreme

A shop has a complete system wide mistake and you go wild because you didn't get a bunch of nearly free stuff?

You do realise that clothes cost money to make, you can't sell 5$ trainers and make a profit
No way im going there again.
#MeTooUA never again ! I cant even look at UA Gear after last year ...
people still crying over having their misplaced items cancelled lol
glad you's aren't all buying, means there is stuff left in my size for once!
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