GAP & Banana Republic closing down in S’pore, up to 80% off storewide

Not sure when the sales will last until.

By Mandy How | February 14, 2018

American retail brands GAP and Banana Republic will soon be closing down in Singapore, Channel NewsAsia reports.

GAP and Banana Republic have three and two branches respectively, and are managed by FJ Benjamin.

However, the brand manager has decided not to renew the franchise, which expires on Feb. 28.

This is GAP’s announcement, which includes a 70 percent off storewide, and another 30 percent off the remaining sum if you buy three or more items:

The three outlets are at VivoCity, Suntec City, and United Square.

Banana Republic has made their own annoucement as well:

Banana Republic is offering a 80 percent off storewide, and an additional 20 percent off the remaining bill when you buy five items or more.

However, note that the sale for Banana Republic is only available at their Marina Bay Sands branch.

Although it is unclear when the sales will end for GAP, Banana Republic has revealed that there are only six more days left for the sale, making their last day Feb. 20.

Top image from GAP’s Facebook.

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