Eddie Bauer 50 Percent Off Clearance
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Eddie Bauer 50 Percent Off Clearance

Posted on Monday, February 22nd, 2010 at 9:53 pm
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Today I stumbled into our local Eddie Bauer retail store. Okay, well maybe stumbled isn’t the right word. We were out on an adventure for the day, had just grabbed lunch and were thinking of what else we could do between appointments.
I was reminded that with a recent weight loss, my pants were pretty much falling off of my body. Jeans just aren’t meant to be rolled down at the waist to keep them up. Hey, I’m not complaining, mind you.

When we got in, I headed straight to the back where the clearance section is. It couldn’t hurt to look, right? While I really like Eddie Bauer clothes, I still have a hard time paying the normal retail prices. Luckily, and here is where the stumbling part comes in, the clearance items were marked down by about 30-50 percent, and then all clearance was marked an additional 50 percent off! That means that I was able to get a lovely long-sleeve shirt for only $6.50 and a pair of $75 jeans for only $25. There were dress shirts for my husband at only $6 a piece.

All outer wear clearance was marked an additional 30 percent off.

In my experience, the Eddie Bauer clothing, especially the jeans, tend to hold up well, even after multiple washes and the dryer.

I talked with the manager a bit, and she said that although she wasn’t sure how long this promotion would be running, it wasn’t one that comes along often. So if you get a chance, go and check out your local store to see if there are any good bargains.

As for sizes, at my local store, I saw a lot of small and extra large sizes, but there were also quite a few mediums and large sizes, as well as jean sizes from 2 through 16. So often clearance items only have the odd sizes still available.

Happy shopping!

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