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Posted on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010 at 4:33 am
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You’ll definitely want to fall into The Gap online.  With super savings with coupons, combined flat shipping with multiple stores, and great Gap apparel, you’ll be checking back every week for the best in family casual clothing.

It’s easy to save on your online purchases at The Gap.  The site is linked to Old Navy, Banana Republic, Piper Lime, and Athleta.  You can combine your purchases at all those sites for free shipping offers or for one low flat rate, and it is like having your own online mall!  If you pay with your Gap, Old Navy, or Banana Republic card you can save 10% every Tuesday.

The Gap is your premier destination for casual clothing for the entire family.  You’ll find clothing for men and women, outerwear, a fabulous selection for kids and babies, and there’s even a maternity department.  It doesn’t just stop at clothing.  BabyGap features fine nursery furniture, bedding, strollers, car seats, and just about everything you need for baby.  There are always sales on BabyGap, and the savings are really significant.

The advantage of shopping online over shopping in The Gap store is that you have your choice of Gap merchandise without wondering what is in stock at a particular store.  No fighting traffic, parking, or paying for gas.  It’s an easy way to shop the entire Gap line for the whole family without the expense and trouble of a shopping trip.

Besides the usual active clothing, The Gap features Product Red, an exclusive line of artist-designed T shirts.  The sale of this line helps to fund relief for women and children in Africa affected by AIDS.  The clothing is for men, women, and children.  You can also find out about special events in Gap stores online.

Don’t forget to visit The Gap outlet, where you’ll save even more money on fabulous clearance items.

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