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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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My favorite discount is back at The Children’s Place through 12/16.  They are offering 30% off and Free Shipping (no minimum) with coupon code Y3K3012.

If you plan on spending more than $50 ($70 before the code) then it gets even better! You can purchase a $40 gift card and receive FREE bonus $10 gift card.

To give you a deal idea I added a few items to the cart to get over $50.  Check it out:

That’s 9 items for $54.54.  Take another $10 off from the gift card deal and we paid a total of $44.54 (reg $134.59).  That’s over 65% off and Free Shipping!

Go through Ebates for 2.5% cash back too!

See more kids deals.

    • Diana Million

      Does anyone know if you have to buy the giftcard at a store first and then order online or can you buy the giftcard on the website as well?

    • bb

      Shopathome.com has a better cash back rate than ebates. It is 7% only today. Normally 5%.

    • bb

      Shopathome.com has a better cash back rate than ebates. It is 7% only today. Normally 5%.

    • Jamie

      Yes, Diana I’m a little confused too. I guess you have to buy the giftcard first?

    • Lisa Weedman Newell

      It looks like you can purchase the egiftcard through the link in the post. Once it is emailed to you, then place your order and pay with the $40 + $10 worth of giftcards.

    • Guest

      I just did this, I ordered the gift card, got an email saying I got $10 gift card and then got another email for the $50 gift card, used the 30% off code, so at the end of it all got about $110 worth of clothes on sale (retail would have been around $155) for $60 out of pocket! Eight items total, pretty good deal!! Hope it gets here before Christmas!

    • freedomspradley1

      I purchased $80 in eGift cards, earned $20 additional eGift cards, then turned around and checked out using those cards. The cards are emailed instantly so it was a quick and easy process. Ended up getting 13 items including sweaters, pants, skirts, longsleeve shirts, hoodie, PJ’s, tights, etc. for $92 including tax.