BRSTARS gets 40% off sale items thru 7/4. BRCOOL gets 25% off any order thru Sat 7/7. Excludes Trina Turk, Timeless Collection, Men’s Monogram Suiting, Men’s Gavin, Dawson, & Emerson Pants, Men’s Bags, and SFMade. Apparently if you get the patio dress (pictured), you should wash & dry it before considering any alterations to the length. Oh and yeah, I tried to combine the two promos and stacking did not work. 😉
ONJULY gets 15% off, or 20% off with your Gap family card thru 7/5.
FYI, Stuff & Save for cardholders will kick in on Wed, 7/11. On 7/11, save 40% off w/you card, in-store. 7/12 – 7/18 save 30% off in-store and online. ON dresses and me are a match rather often, at least in spring & summer.
GAP4TH gets 10% off your purchase thru 7/4.
FREESHIP21 gets free shipping on $21 or more thru 7/4. I haven’t shopped F21 in a long time. Which is my world is over a month. lol The accessories are reliable, in my experience. They’ve gotten a little more sophisticated as of late. Some of the other stuff is standard F21 fare. They now have online review (cough*crew*cough) and that helps a bit. Pay attention to the item descriptors because they do a good job of mentioning if it’s sheer, unlined, etc…
Addtl 25% off sale clothing items. Discount applied when you put items into your online cart. Also good in-store. No codes/coupons necessary. Peplums are not really a match for my body right now, but that hasn’t stopped me from trying them on. I tried the peplum jacket and M fit nicely. It can be worth with the idea of a shirt in mind, but you have to have something on underneath. It could be seen as a jacket or top, but struck me more as a top.
What do you think of the July 4th promos? Exciting? Standard? Over summer and looking toward fall? It seems some really good promos happened just before the 4th, I.e. Loft’s 50% off storewide sale on 6/29. Only one day? Then it moved to 40% off, which is still nice. I was just surprised the 50% off was only one day. But that’s Ann Taylor/Loft and their “for a limited time” promos. They really meant it.
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