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Great Children’s Place Deal!

Posted on Friday, November 26th, 2010 at 5:58 am
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Check Out This Deal!

Check Out This Deal!

Turkey is eaten and it is time to shop!

MoneySaving Mom just posted a great deal for The Children’s Place stacking two coupon codes: THANKS for 20 percent off and FSHOLIDAY for free shipping. It worked beautifully. There is not too much left in the $4.99 and under category, but I did manage to pick up a knit skort for my daughter for only $3.99 shipped.

She takes ice skating lessons, so I snap up any knit skorts I can find and pair them with sweaters. This is a much cheaper way to go. Those ice skating skirts and outfits at the pro shop are far too expensive. Plus, she can wear the skorts without tights in the summer and get extra use out of them.

There were still plenty of really cheap sale items for sizes 2T-4T, so snap them up before someone else does. There is a really cute sweater for babies, too.

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