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Black Friday and Cyber Monday leggings deals

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Black Friday deals have arrived early this year, but some popular leggings brands like Gymshark and Lululemon haven’t released markdowns so far. If you’re looking to snap up leggings just in time for snow and chilly weather, here’s where to find the best holiday savings right now.

Top 9 stores to save on leggings

We’ve scoured the web to find the best deals on leggings. Stock up on this cold weather essential before the temperature turns, so you’ll be ready when it comes time to spend long, cozy nights inside.

Fabletics

Buy two pairs of leggings for $24 when you sign up for a free membership account — a savings of up to 70% off. Fabletics leggings usually range from $50 to $70 a pop.

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Case study: Amy's experience

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Amy Stoltenberg
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I bought a pair of Fabletics leggings about two years ago and wear them weekly. They’re still in great shape! Worth it if you’re looking for fun statement leggings for lounging or working out. I get compliments all the time!

Victoria’s Secret

VS will give you a $25 reward card when you spend $20. A pair of leggings goes for about $50, so you’ll automatically get that reward card when you buy a pair of winter leggings. The $25 reward can be applied to a $75 purchase between December 3 and 18.

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Aerie (American Eagle)

Shop dozens of adorable leggings from American Eagle and Aerie — and get 40% off plus free shipping. Score high-waisted leggings with pockets for just $21, with lots of different colors and prints to choose from.

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Express

This urban-cool retailer is offering buy one, get one 50% off leggings. A pair of its Essential leggings — made of cotton and Spandex, which is better than polyester over the long haul — goes for $30. That means you can get two pairs of quality leggings for $45.

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Forever 21

Even when Forever 21 doesn’t have a special promotion going on, it’s still the destination for cheap leggings under $10. That may be perfect if you’re just looking for a pair of stretchy pants to get you through wintertime — they work well as long underwear if you live somewhere cold!

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Bloomingdales

Right now, it’s offering 30% off select leggings with code SAVEMORE. Our favorite is a pair of fleece-lined denim leggings from Hue that are usually $54 — get ’em for about $30 with the coupon code. Leggings from Vera Moda are also on sale.

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American Eagle

You can get 25% off select bottoms from American Eagle, including leggings and jeggings. The Everything Pocket Highest-Waist Legging is on sale for $26 right now, down from $35. We love that AE offers leggings in a curvy fit, too.

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Old Navy

It’s offering 30% off select leggings like its Stevie style, which are made of a ponte-knit fabric and sort of look like pants. Scoop some up if you want leggings that are appropriate to wear to gatherings with friends and family during the holidays — and maybe even to the office.

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Groupon

Groupon may not be the first brand you think of for fashion purchases, but it’s worth checking if you’re a true bargain hunter. Right now you can get a four-pack of fleece-lined leggings for only $20, which is 60% off the regular retail price.

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Lotus Leggings

If you’re looking for whimsical, bohemian prints, go with Lotus Leggings — it’s offering buy one, get one free with the promo code BOGO. One pair of leggings is usually about $50, so that means you can get two leggings by shelling out five Alexander Hamiltons.

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AE The Everything Pocket Highest-Waisted Leggings
AE The Everything Pocket Highest-Waisted Leggings

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