$20 off $75 at Lands’ End + Free Shipping

Today is the last day to take advantage of Lands’ End spring sale – take $20 off your order of $75 or more, plus get free shipping when you use the code SPRING and the pin 1710 at checkout.

Lands’ End has tons of stuff marked down, including boys’ uniform chinos — I just got three pairs @ $9.97 each for next year plus this adorable fall jacket, marked down to $9.99, normally $44.50!  All together, my total for 8 items was just over $50 – which retail would have cost over $280!

Don’t forget to click through a cashback site to increase your savings. Both Ebates and ShopatHome are currently paying 6% cashback. If you’re new to either program, you will get a $5 bonus for your first purchase! Just click this referral link for Ebates or this one for Shop at Home, then sign up for an account, and search for Lands End.

Lands’ End isn’t very frugal, is it?

I know I used to think that LE was a bit pricey for kids’ clothes. Yes, even with the sales. I’m spoiled by Target – where I can pay just $1 or $2 for most items on clearance.

But I have come to really like LE pants for my boys – who tend to be very hard on their clothes, especially the knees of their clothes. Last year, we bought 3 pairs of Old Navy chinos for my son to start kindergarten and by the end of the first quarter, they all had such bad holes in the knees that we had to turn them into shorts.

Not only are LE clothing made incredibly well, but they stand by their merchandise 110%. If something wears a hole – even a year or two later – you can call them and they will replace it, no questions asked. When you are handing clothing down from one kid to the next, that’s an incredible guarantee!

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  1. stephanie says

    I hear you on the school pants. I like Land’s End guarantee but have never had to use it. Have you?
    I would rather buy once than have to repurchase the same item multiple times- it usually works out to be less expensive anyway.
    I have a friend who hates the idea of consignment shops, thrift stores, hand me downs, etc and will only buy new but has a very small budget… We probably start out spending similar amounts on kid stuff but she had to buy three winter coats for one child this year because they fell apart and will need to buy another one in the same size for her younger child next year. I spent $15 on a barely used LL Bean coat and will have it for kid #2.
    That $100 or so for four coats could have bought one very nice new coat or perhaps two on sale.

    • I haven’t used it for the pants (never needed to), but I’ve used it on two other items – a long-sleeve shirt that got little pin holes in it about 3 months after we got it (sent me a new one within 3 days), and a sheet, which got a small hole in it after about a year’s worth of use. Surprising b/c it shouldn’t have done that in just a year. So I called them up and they sent me a *whole* new set – didn’t even want the original one back. I LOVE their percale sheets. I really don’t like sateen finish, and these are by far my favorite sheets. I get them with a coupon code and free shipping, but still not cheap.

  2. I *love* Land’s End. I buy my long-sleeve shirts there, as well as most of my skirts. If you get it right, you can get a serious deal. I got three skirts — two corduroy (black and khaki) and a jean skirt (all were below the knee) — for $33.00. Because of a 50% off sale with an extra 20% off. It was amazing. AMAZING. And they were plus-size 🙂

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