Last Day for Kohl’s Clearance + Additional 20% Off + Free Shipping (Baby Girls’ Clothes – Less than $2)

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Just a heads up reminder that today is the last day for Kohls.com‘s insane clearance sale with that additional 20% off code and FREE shipping.

Remember to use the coupon codes code FREE2SHIP for free shipping, plus FFSEPT20 to get that additional 20% off – and yes, the codes can be stacked!

I just spied the Jumping Beans Crochet Ruffled Scooters (above), originally $13, now on sale for $2.60. After the coupon code, you will pay just $2.08 shipped! Stock up for next summer – or for baby gifts. These are available in sizes 12, 18 and 24 months only.

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Even better, grab a few of these Jumping Beans Graphic Crochet-Trim Tees to go with the scooters for only $1.04 each after coupon codes (originally $13). A brand new t-shirt for a buck! You can hardly beat that at a garage sale!

You can find out about more Kohls bargains here and here.

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  1. I see hats for $6 (before 20% off)!

    • Winter or kisui rosh?

      • kisui rosh, cute styles (albeit summer-weight).

        • Can you post a link to some nice ones? I’m thinking of starting to cover my hair with hats more but don’t know what’s a good style… a little self conscious about starting

          • This isn’t a Kohl’s link, but it’s a book I LOVE LOVE LOVE. It’s a series of essays by women (and 2 men) who write about their experiences with kisui rosh. There is also discussion on the halacha and origins, and it’s just an amazing book. There’s the story of the woman who was trying to date again after leaving an abusive husband, but didn’t have a heter to stop covering her hair, and how it complicated her dating… or the story of the woman who first wore a wig after losing her hair to chemotherapy, and continued after remission in her own little ‘deal’ with Hashem (you made me cancer-free, I’ll cover my hair)… just, amazing, amazing stories. In my opinion, a must-read for someone thinking about the mitzvah, and all new brides.
            http://www.amazon.com/Hide-Seek-Jewish-Women-Covering/dp/9657108756

            As far as cute styles, a lot of it depends on your personal style. During the week, I wear a lot of caps (think, greek fisherman style, cadet, or newsboy caps), berets, and baseball caps. On shabbat, I like this style (though the brim on this particular one might come down too low for my preference):

            http://www.kohls.com/kohlsStore/clearance/women/handbags_accessories/PRD~1207702/Croft+and+Barrow+Tweed+Microbrim+Hat.jsp

          • I read that book, too, Becky!

  2. Thanks for the reminder! Great deals outside of clearance, too. With yontif season in full swing, I’ve been running through my ‘not socks’ like crazy, and Kohl’s has 3-packs for $6.99. Take off 20%, free shipping in time for Sukkot, plus I had a $5 credit for signing up for emails, and went through Ebates for 3% cash back… 3 pr socks for $0.66 :D

    http://www.kohls.com/kohlsStore/zbrandskiosk/handbagsaccessories/apt9/hosiery/PRD~449448/apt+9+3pk+Microfiber+Liner+Socks.jsp

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