Lands End | Backpacks for $10.50 (Reg. $39) + Men’s No-Iron Dress Shirts for $21 (Reg. $70)

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It’s the big Friends & Family Sale at Lands’ End – a happy time for deal hunters! Save 30% off plus get free shipping when you use the promo code FRIENDS and the pin #3010 at checkout.

Of course, these savings apply to anything at Lands’ End, but I did some scoping last night and found some crazy good deals.

Screen Shot 2012 11 09 at 1.05.04 AM Lands End | Backpacks for $10.50 (Reg. $39) + Mens No Iron Dress Shirts for $21 (Reg. $70)

 There are a number of styles of the Classmate Medium Backpack on clearance right now for $14.99 – originally $39. Use the FRIENDS code (and pin 3010) to save an additional $14.50 – bringing your backpack down to just $10.49. That’s a huge savings on a backpack that will last – and last.

This backpack has a 4.5 out of 5-sail rating and some really cool features:

  • Reinforced bottom built with 1200D polyester pack cloth to win the “drag race” of the school year
  • Increased size to haul it all
  • Extra! Extra! Lash strap gives them external carrying capacity
  • Light up the night! Bottom strap lets them clip a bike light for maximum visibility in low-light conditions
  • Reflective trim also helps keep kids visible
  • Adjustable sternum strap keeps shoulder straps in the perfect position
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I also found these Men’s Regular Traditional Fit No Iron Pattern Textured Dress Shirt – originally $69.50, marked down to $29.97. With the Friends & Family sale you’ll pay just $20.97, with free shipping.
They come in red, navy and grey check, as well as a couple of stripe patterns.
We are a strictly no-iron kinda family, so I’d say it’s time to check your husband’s side of the closet!
Let me know if you score some great deals at Lands End.
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  1. Thanks! A question about the affiliate links, if we click through you can we not also click through ebates?

  2. Thanks for asking. Unfortunately that’s right. When you go thru Ebates they actually earn the affiliate commission.

  3. I just ordered a back pack and lunchbox for my 3 year old to match his big brothers! Tsippy I did click through ebates also to get an additional 6% back. Thanks Mara!

  4. Mara, opps, would you have earned otherwise, I just saw your post now. Sorry if I lost you $ :(

    • It happens! With cashback sites, they are getting the affiliate commission that would normally be going to the blogger who shared the deals. But of course, I can’t argue with your wanting the cash back. ;-)

      • Well I wouldn’t have known about the deals at all if it weren’t for you, so I don’t mind. I will know for the future. Shabbat Shalom!

  5. My husband just said to me yesterday that he needed some new shirts! And all of them are from Lands End, and this popped up shortly after! Do you earn an affiliate commission if we buy other products only, or does it have to be specifically the one you linked? I’m buying some of the other men’s shirts, originally priced at 49.50 and now on sale for 17.99 (before the 30% reduction). Lands End also has wonderful customer service. My husbands shirts ripped at the elbows within a year of purchasing, and Lands End gave us full price back, no questions asked. If you can’t get a stain out of one their shirts, they’ll take it back. They really stand by their product.

    • You’re so sweet to ask. Yes, if you click on an affiliate link on KOAB, all purchases you make are counted. :-)

      I couldn’t agree with you more about LE. I love them! Everything from our sheets & towels, to our clothing to our bags. Love!

      • A bunch of linens we have from a good 6-7 years ago were made in Israel! I was so surprised to see this when I looked at the tags! I don’t know if they still manufacture some of their linens in Israel, but it’s wonderful to see and use the Made in Israel products from big companies like Lands End.

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