More Old Navy Coupon Codes and Deals!
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More Old Navy Coupon Codes and Deals!

Posted on Saturday, July 24th, 2010 at 7:08 am
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Did you get a chance to take advantage of last week’s Old Navy deals? If not, you have another chance to get something good.

By the way, you might want to apply your Old Navy coupon codes and Old Navy store coupons to khakis and polos. There are some really good deals on these right now. There is also a 30 percent off adult clothing sale coupon code online that ends tomorrow. The code and link appear below.

Old Navy has a cute little way to get some coupons. Go to the Old Navy Facebook page, where you will see the Old Navy mascot, Barker. Every week he buries a new coupon in his yard, and you have to start digging to find it. You can play the game here. Click on the Barker’s Bones tab.

I got a $15 off of $75 Old Navy coupon today. When you get your coupon, you can choose to print it right there and then or have it sent to your email inbox.

if you like to do your shopping online, like I do, you can use the new Old Navy free shipping code.

Old Navy – Free Shipping on $50+ order.
Expires: 08/01/2010
Use Coupon Code: ONSEND50

Old Navy – 30% off $100+ Adult Old Navy order.
Expires: 07/25/2010
Use Coupon Code: ONADULT30

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