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Walmart Back to School Boys Bundle

Posted on Monday, August 15th, 2011 at 10:12 am
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I am so sick of back to school shopping this year, and I still am not finished. It seems as through the prices on clothing are either too high or there isn’t any stock left on the sale stuff.

I did come across this one deal at Walmart for my boys.


George – Boys’ 7-Piece Short-Sleeve Polo Shirts & Flat Front Pants Value Bundle

It is a bundle package. You can get a 7 piece set of short-sleeve polo shirts plus flat -front pants. Originally $63.29, it is now marked down to $43. Hurry if you want to take advantage of it, because there are limited sizes available, and the deal probably won’t last too long.

That comes out to about $6.15 an item. Most of the nicer school clothing I’ve seen at the outgrown sales is $4-$7 a piece, so this is a nice deal for brand new. You might do better at a yard sale, of course, but it will be harder to find what you need.

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