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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

All You bonus promo code for Payless' BOGO

Oh I do love All You magazine and their deals. Just LOVE, LOVE a good deal. Well with Payless having a BOGO sale right now, All You has announced an additional 15% off promo code to use! LOVE IT! Oh I am so in heaven right now.

Promo code: 30259 (expired January 30)

I put in my shopping basket 10 pairs of shoes for myself and my six kids (I just bought the hubby new work boots, tennis shoes and sandals a couple of months ago so he's good to go). Total cost: $114.70 before tax!

Item subtotal: $134.94
Promotions & coupons: -$20.24 (using the All You promo code)
Shipping: $0.00 (picking it up at the store)
Estimated order total: (excluding Taxes) $114.70

Since my three girls LOVE to steal my shoes I figured I'd get each of them their own pair of the same shoe style I'm getting to work out. So I'm buying two Classic Jogger @ $16.99 each and two @ $8.50 (BOGO). That's like buying three and getting the fourth FREE!

For my boys, well those three wear out their shoes and FAST. Every single pair that I've bought them during the August/September BOGO and then in the November BOGO have either been worn out OR almost outgrown (and I ALWAYS buy a half size bigger so they can grown into the shoes). Thankfully their boots can take a beating a bit better than tennis shoes so they've practically had to make due with one pair of tennis shoes, one pair of hiking boots and one pair of winter boots each. So since there really is little choice in the matter since my twin sons decided to have a growth spurt and no longer look like toddlers but little boys! (I don't know whether I should be happy about that or not since they're my BABIES!)

Boy I'm talkative today but I'm so excited about the Payless BOGO sale and the All You promo code!

So here's what my boys are getting:

My eldest is getting a pair of camo canvas slip on tennis shoes. Regular price $14.99 but they're on sale right now for $7.99 but I'm not paying that price. My final price on them will be only $4!! He will also be getting Champion Blaze Sport Casual, regular price @ $22.99.

The twins are each getting Smartfit Double Strap Casual - one will be $14.99 and the second will be $7.50 (BOGO). On top of those shoes they will also be getting the Champion Blaze Sport Casual, one at $22.99 and the 2nd pair for $11.50.

Now I may splurge later on this weekend on a pair of Dexter Bridget Jewel Ballet Flat (in silver for $10.99) since I don't own any silver flats and I've been wearing a good deal of black and silver this winter. I may also pick up the American Eagle Carter T-Strap Skimmer for $9.99 (which would be half off). There are so many cute flats I should stock up since my girls love to raid my stuff to begin with and pretty much have outgrown/worn out their dress up shoes (hence the raid on my shoe closet). That's an iffy for those at this time but the code expires on January 30 so I have over a week to make up my mind on the rest of the shoes.

Oh I just love a good shoe sale!

Remember: Promo code: 30259 (expired January 30)

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