Shopping Saturdays: 10 Email Lists That Will Save You Money On Clothing

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10 email lists that will save you money on clothing

When my children were little yard sales were my favorite way to clothe them inexpensively. Now that they are older I find the least expensive way to clothe them is to combine discounted gift cards with store reward clubs and email lists.

I have an email account specifically  for store related emails. This keeps the store ads and coupons  from burying personal and work related emails.

Here are 10 rewards clubs and email lists that will save you money on clothing

(Words in blue will take you either right to the sign up page or the stores website so that you can sign up and start saving money.)

1. Children’s Place Rewards: Sadly my kids are now to big for this store. However I wanted to mention it for families of smaller children since being a member of the Children’s Place email list has saved us a significant amount of money over the years.

2. Gymboree Rewards: Again mentioning this for mom’s with smaller children of my own. Gymboree is not a store I would ever shop full price in but their sales when combined with the discount codes shared with rewards members through emails make the clothes reasonable and the quality is great; plus after my children were done with them I found Gymboree clothes resold well at consignment stores.

3. Old Navy E-mails: Receive printable coupons for in store use as well as discount codes to use online. Plus heads up on what is on sale.

4. New York & Company Emails: Being a tall girl, I love the  extra long yoga pants at New York Jeans and company. I get heads up for when they are on sale by being on the email list and lots of coupon codes and offers. (scroll down page to find email sign up)

5.Kohls Rewards Card:  To get on this list ask in store for a rewards card that is not tied to the store credit card. Then take it home and register it online . You will get $5 of $5 printable coupons  several times  a year as well as one on your birthday. Kohls also sends you great printable coupons and online discount codes.

6. Modnique: Modnique is a daily deal site that offers mainly clothing based deals for all ages and sizes.

7 Zulily:  Zulily is another daily deal site offering mainly clothing based deals for all ages and sizes.

8. Target Daily Deals: Free shipping and low prices make this list worth signing up for. Although these deals are not always clothing, when they do have deals on clothing they are usually very reasonable. (scroll down the page to the bottom to find area to sign up)

9. Aeropostle: Great for families of teenagers. (sign up is found at the bottom of the home page)

10. Finishline: If you like to workout you are going to want to join Finishline’s winner’s circle  and start receiving emails for discounts on line and in store.

Final Tip: If you are going to shop on line make sure to go through the Swagbucks “shop” to earn Swagbucks on top of your email code savings.

Does your family save money on clothing using a store rewards program or email list I haven’t mentioned? I would love to hear about them in the comments. 

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If you liked this post you might want to check out my post 10 email clubs worth signing up for as well as enjoying free food with birthday clubs. 

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  1. Do you suggest swagbucks over ebates?

    • Victoria says:

      I have never tried ebates before but my general rule of thumb is to try and concentrate on just a few point programs to get the maximum points from them so I shop through either Swagbucks or if they don’t have the store I want to shop at Mypoints usually does. I don’t do a lot of online shopping though so if I did more I would probably investigate ebates further.

  2. Great tips and I also use deal sites when possible. We live close to an outlet mall and able to get lots of great deals through email from The Childrens Place. This is the store that sells clothing that fits my 2 year old the best as well. They also have great online deals too. I recently found another site called “Thread Up.” I bought some used clothing and I am very happy with it. Well they sent me a huge postage paid bag with my clothing purchase which was intended for any kids or womens clothing I may have to resell to them. I just sent them a bag full of clothing and I’m hoping I get credit to buy my son some more used clothing. It didn’t cost me anything to ship my clothing to them so we’ll see how it goes.

  3. Great tips! I love my Kohl’s card and all the perks I get with it.

    Thanks for linking up to Fabulously Frugal Thursday!

  4. elizabeth sampson says:

    Do you mean TOTSY? You said Tosty. I am familiar with Totsy, so I googled “Tosty”. I could not find this site!

    • Victoria says:

      Yes sorry, I did mean Tosty which is of course now Modnique. I changed the post to reflect the change. Thanks for informing me of the miss spelling.

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