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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Rent the Runway coupon code
Have you ever caught yourself dreaming over a dress you really wanted to buy for a special occasion? Most of us feel bad buying a dress that we’ll never wear again, so when I came across Rent the Runway I was pretty excited.

***This deal has expired, but to see more online coupon codes go here.***

Rent the Runway is a fun site, full of designer dresses for special occasions. Right now, all first-time users can get $50 off a $75+ dress rental when you enter the code LUCKYME10418EC.

You choose your dress to rent for 4 days and pay an insurance fee of $5 to cover anything that may happen to it.

Better yet, when you rent a dress, you also get a second size of choice so that you aren’t stressed about fitting into it!

Heads up: This coupon code is good through 10/30, but you can schedule your rental date far in the future! 

    • Jane

      FYI – I posted this in the first Rent the Runway thread but in case anybody new is looking, I created an account there just so I could see the dresses, and the sizes only go up to 12. 

    • Annette

      Alas, the site is NOT “plus-size” friendly. A small number of dresses are available up to size 16, but it is impossible to filter/search for sizes over size 12. Contacted the website, and even they admit that the best you can do is search for “size 12+” – but then you have to click on hundreds of individual dresses HOPING that one of them comes in size 14 or 16! Much, much too time consuming…

      • Anonymous

        wow..  I guess they consider sizes 12-16  to be “plus size”  This is the problem I run into when looking at “higher” end brands – many sizes stop at a smaller size now, even the “plus” sizes are getting smaller and smaller. My mom and I went shopping the other day, and she held up a “1x” shirt and it literally looked like something a 12 yr old would wear..   Soon, a size 8 will be considered obese and “normal” sized/curvy women wont be able to shop at certain places…

        • Monigrl9

          That is because in Italy a person usually is a size 2. Size 8 is considered heavy in Europe…. I am a size 8 and get issues when I go home.

    • Allison

      Their customer service was great, but trying to get a dress for a friend’s wedding was a nightmare. I ended up having to go buy one the day before. The dress I ordered wasn’t in stock and then the back up dresses they offered me weren’t shipped correctly. They offered to ship it to my hotel, but I was wary of having nothing to wear to a formal evening wedding. :( I had high hopes for the site, but after my experience, I wouldn’t recommend it if you truly don’t have any other options.

    • Katie

      This site still expects me to pay $200 and more for some dresses…. no thanks. For that price I can buy one and wear it more than once. (yes I know these are brand names but still)