Are you looking for a unique, one-of-a-kind Chanukah gift?
Then you must check out Not 2 Shabbey’s beautiful painted glass pieces!
Thru next Sunday (11/17), you can save a bundle on your purchase from Not2Shabbey with their tiered promotion:
- Save 10% when you spend $50
- Save 15% when you you spend $75
- Save 20% when you spend $100
These savings will come off your order automatically when you proceed to check-out.
But here’s the really exciting thing! Exclusively for KOAB readers, you can save an additional 10% plus get FREE shipping when you use the code KOAB10FREESHIP at checkout!
And yes – that code can be stacked with the tiered sale.
Not sure how all these savings will work? Here’s an example.
Let’s say you want to buy this gorgeous Chevron Large Glass Salad Bowl (love it!). It’s normally $53.99.
You’ll automatically save 10% by spending over $50, bringing your total down to $48.59. Then you’ll save another 10% with the KOAB10FREESHIP code – making your total $43.73.
Even better, you’ll get FREE shipping with the code KOAB10FREESHIP. And since shipping charges are based on weight, this piece would normally cost $10.50 to ship. That’s a total savings of $20.76!
Of course, the more you buy, the more you save! So let us know what beautiful pieces you’ll be sharing with your loved ones this Chanukah.
Each custom Not2Shabbey piece is lovingly-crafted by designer and owner Abbey Wolin to reflect the uniqueness of each gift recipient. Pieces include personalized serveware, home linens and decor, kids’ accessories, and items for special occasions.
Whether you need a thank you for your Shabbat host or a wedding gift to celebrate a couple’s new life together, the pieces in Not 2 Shabbey’s hand-painted collection convey everything you mean to say.
Not 2 Shabbey also offers a wide range of Chanukah gifts to revive the fun and spirit of giving! Your gift’s recipient is one in a million, and your gift should be too.
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Not2Shabbey. All opinions of Abbey and her talent are my own. For more information on how sponsored posts help to support Kosher on a Budget, see my disclosure policy.