H&M Deals, Specials & Catalogues
Bring any textiles, shoes and accessories from any brand, in any condition to any of our stores from 9 – 22 November 2020 and receive two 15% discount vouchers! All items will be collected by our local partner @ClothestoGood to be resold, repaired or upcycled. T & Cs apply pic.twitter.com/LRXCkaZZ0C
— hmsouthafrica (@hmsouthafrica) November 9, 2020
Calling all students! Get 20% off your purchase when you spend R350 or more! Simply present your valid student card to claim your discount from 31st August to 6th of September 2020 and hit campus with some new spring threads! pic.twitter.com/tZlB5IfHOr
— hmsouthafrica (@hmsouthafrica) September 4, 2020
Let’s change fashion and give our old clothes new lives. Bring in your pre-loved garments to any H&M store and receive a 15% off one-item voucher! Your garments will support our Micro-Business programme in partnership with Clothes to Good.
— hmsouthafrica (@hmsouthafrica) September 24, 2021
Calling all students! Get 20% off when you spend R 400 or more, simply present your valid 2021 tertiary student card to claim your discount and find some new favourite threads!
Offer valid with a 2021 tertiary student card until 9th of August. #HM pic.twitter.com/ayTlrMVE1k
— hmsouthafrica (@hmsouthafrica) August 5, 2021
Hey Students! Get 20% off when you spend R400 or more. Simply present your valid student card to claim your discount from 25 – 28 February 2021 and treat yourself to new threads for a new academic year!
Offer promotion valid with a 2021 Student tertiary card. T & Cs apply. pic.twitter.com/5CiJF9OPvI
— hmsouthafrica (@hmsouthafrica) February 25, 2021
It's our birthday! 🎂5⃣🎉🎊 Celebrate with us and stand the chance to WIN a R 1000 H&M voucher! Just show us your favourite H&M look, retweet, hashtag #HMSouthAfrica, #HM5YearsTogether and you can win! Competition closes Sunday 18 October. T&C’s apply.https://t.co/k54AxUBWD8 pic.twitter.com/uiJ4FIxYjU
— hmsouthafrica (@hmsouthafrica) October 12, 2020
Bring your bag of unwanted garments to any of our stores. All textiles welcome – from all brands, in any condition. For each bag of textiles you hand in, you will receive a 15% discount voucher for your next item purchase. Terms and conditions apply. pic.twitter.com/C2TzPzcfsZ
— hmsouthafrica (@hmsouthafrica) September 18, 2020
Motherhood is a time for discovery! Retweet and comment with some of your memories or lessons you have learnt as a mother. You could win 1 of 3 H&M vouchers and 1 of 3 H&M hampers packs worth R 2000 each! Competition ends 5pm on 10 May 2020, Ts and Cs apply. pic.twitter.com/BbZJVw4aZq
— hmsouthafrica (@hmsouthafrica) May 7, 2020
This Swedish clothing retailer is known for its range of practical, but fashionable clothing.
H&M is one of the largest clothing retailers in the world, with 3,500 stores in more than 57 countries globally. The company has its roots in a store that was opened by Erling Persson in 1947 after he traveled to the USA and saw how fashion retailers there were selling and marketing to their customers. The store, known as Hennes (meaning hers in Swedish), was located in Smedjegatan, Sweden. By the end of the 1950s, two more stores had opened in Stockholm. In 1968, Persson acquired Mauritz Widforss, a clothing store that sold hunting and fishing equipment for men. Persson combined his brands, opening his first Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store selling women’s, men’s and children’s clothing. H&M stores expanded quickly throughout the 1960s. Persson, being an astute businessman and marketer, partnered with Anni-Frid Lyngstad, one of the members of ABBA, to be the company’s first brand ambassador in the 1970s.
The 1980s and 1990s represented a period of expansion for H&M, with stores opening across European countries such as Germany, the Netherlands, and France. It would take a few more years before the company would enter the American market, opening its first store in New York in 2000. H&M’s first South African store opened on October 17, 2015 at the V&A Waterfront, in Cape Town where it was warmly received by local consumers who had long heard about the company’s affordable-priced and quality clothing. In the two years that have passed since, the company has taken a conservative approach to opening more stores, with 11 outlets launching in Gauteng, KZN, Limpopo, and Mpumalanga malls.
In 1998, H&M was the first fashion outlet in Sweden – and one of the first in the world – to offer online shopping