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Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Old Navy 50% off all Mens

Old Navy will have ALL their men's clothing on sale for half off from 6/7 to 6/21.

You can combine this offer with any online coupons you may have scored and stack the savings!

Plus if items are purchased now you can get the styles and sizes you want then go and get the price adjusted to the sale price. This is as long as you buy within 7 days before the sale. Thanks Kerri


jenna said...

hi! you are such an expert on all this...just curious, do you know of a list anywhere that says what is a good price on groceries and what is nOT? like do not pay more than one dollar for cream cheese..something like that? make sense? i just feel i lack experience in what is REALLY a good deal and what isn't.

Fabulessly Frugal said...

Jenna - it sound like you need to come to our coupon class! We answered this very question at our last class! ;)

I hear your pain. I didn't used to have a clue on what was a good deal and what wasn't, except for a few things... like cereal. I always felt like I scored if I got a box of cereal for $2.00 - now I can barely handle paying anything more than .50 a box!

You can start a "price list" for yourself. Where you go to a few different stores and pick some "staples" that you usually purchase and record the price per ounce. OR just start tracking it once you get home by looking at your receipt. That will help you, but really does take a lot of time.

SO - what I do is rely on the Pinching Your Pennies shopping list. They mark their deals by stars. If you see 4 red stars, it is a good price and it is time to buy and use your coupons, if you need the item. If it is a FIVE STAR item, then that is when I STOCK UP because I know it is a pretty rock bottom price!

We have a FAB pictorial that shows you how to use the PYP list. Just look at our navigation links under our header and click on "Using PYP". We also discuss this subject thoroughly at our coupon class (among other things), so you may want to consider coming sometime! ;)

Please ask anytime... that was a FAB Q!

jenna said...

this was amazing info and i WISH i could come to the coupon class but i'm following you all the way from Texas { for the summer} and Utah most the time! But i've told everyone i know about you! i'll definitely check out the PYP!

Supermodelquin said...

Alright, it’s time to let your friends in on the fabulous secret that is OldNavyWeekly.com. So this week, in addition to hiding that beloved $75 off $100 coupon again, we’re adding the ability to share a coupon with a friend through Facebook each week.

You’ll be able to keep one coupon for yourself and give a coupon of a different value to a friend. Generosity is the new fabulous...but can you bring yourself to give that stellar $75 coupon to a pal instead of stashing it for yourself? Guess we’ll find out Sunday…so choose wisely and give generously!

Nicole D.
Brand Advocate working on behalf of Old Navy



Serena said...


When it comes to men’s clothing the first thought which sparks in my mind is designer jeans. Anything will be suitable with designer jeans might be tees, shirts, jackets or blazers. Men in designer jeans look cool and handsome!