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Get Your Tickets Now for the Next Gilt City Warehouse Sale

Just announced: The biannual shopping event returns March 7 and 8.

What you'll find at the Gilt City Warehouse Sale: overflowing racks of apparel, shoes, and accessories by high-end designer labels. Photograph courtesy of Gilt.

It’s back: The twice-yearly shopping extravaganza hosted by our favorite flash sale site is upon us. The Gilt City Warehouse Sale, a two-day shopping event that fills Shaw’s Long View Gallery with a seemingly endless stock of discounted designer apparel, shoes, handbags, and jewelry, returns to Washington March 8 and 9. Enjoy gratis cocktails, refreshments, and music while you scour an impressive array of goodies by such coveted labels as Missoni, Zac Posen, and Valentino at discounts of up to 90 percent. (Case in point: at a previous sale, we scored this RED Valentino handbag, regularly $495, for $90.)

Ticket options include morning, afternoon, and evening slots on the Saturday the 9, but the early entrance ticket—which grants you access to the event on Friday night—is our preferred choice. It’ll cost you an extra $10, but for less crowds and first pick at the loot? It’s so worth it.

Without fail, the event sells out quickly—so be sure to snag your tickets online before they’re gone.

Gilt City Warehouse Sale. March 8 and 9, Long View Gallery, 1234 Ninth St., NW. Tickets ($10 to $20) are available at Gilt City DC.

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