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What’s the Deal: Candystore Collective, Conifer, Urban Outfitters and More

Hark! It's spring and summer sale time around the city's shopping destinations. If you're hitting the offerings in Cow Hollow and the Marina (serious discounts at Conifer, y&i and Urban Outfitters), fuel up with these deals from Mobile Spinach to maximize shopping energy and success.

Kasa: Wholesome, affordable Indian food is hard to resist, so much so that we've named this spot one of the Best Cheap Eats in the city. What's even more awesome is that when you buy lunch here this weekend, your friend eats for $1. Cash in here.

Lush Lounge: A fruitful shopping expedition deserves a celebration. Stop into the Lush Lounge and congratulate yourselves with a shot of tequila and a tecate for $6. Cash in here.

Sales This Weekend

Conifer: A summer sale begun earlier this week promises spring clothing, handbags, shoes and select jewelry from this Cow Hollow shop at up to 50 percent off.

Candystore Collective and Hello by Candystore: Starting tomorrow and running through July 5, both the Mission boutique and its Pacific Heights sister store will kick off a summer sale offering select styles for 20 to 70 percent off. Can’t tear yourself away from the computer long enough to shop? The sale is also happening online.

Wilkes Bashford: Both the San Francisco and Palo Alto stores have launched a sale on spring fashion and accessory collections for men and women. That means discounts of up to 40 percent on labels such as Narciso Rodriguez, Oscar de la Renta, Sonja Rykiel, Etro, Christian Louboutin and Jimmy Choo.

Bacca Da Silva: To make room for his latest collection, the local designer is clearing out previous season’s merchandise with a sale. Stop by the Sutter Street store for 30 to 40 percent off ready-to-wear and demi-couture pieces from last season’s collection.

Zara: A semi-annual sale kicks off today both in stores and online. All spring and summer clothing, shoes and accessories for men, women and children are now on sale.

Urban Outfitters: In what the store is calling its biggest sale ever, the retailer's locations are offering deals (some starting below $9.99) on summer apparel for men and women, as well as items for the home.

Azalea: During the shop’s Sunday Social event this weekend, the first 16 customers who drop $150 or more will receive 15 percent off their next purchase of a regularly-priced item. In addition to that, you can RSVP in advance for another 5 percent off.

Gimme Shoes: A sale on spring and summer styles both in-store and online means a chance to save between 30 and 40 percent on footwear labels such as Coclico, Dries Van Noten, Loeffler Randall and Repetto.

Goodwill: Thrift fans will no doubt be happy to hear that San Francisco Goodwill locations are offering all clothing items at $2 a pop this Friday and Saturday. What’s more, shoes are 50 percent off. On Sunday, clothing in the West Portal boutique store will be 50 percent off.

y & i: the shop has marked down denim to as low as $75, while tops and dresses are going for $99 during the Chestnut Street boutique’s summer sale.

Beyond the Alley: With it’s final day in its current location on June 27, the Chestnut Street shop has marked everything in the shop down 50 percent. That’s in addition to sale items already offered at up to 60 percent off.