I read online that Gymboree was having a 40% off sale that was turning into a good deal for many shoppers, so I had to go and look for myself. We’ve been in Arizona for 3 months, but today was our first trip to the mall.
What We Bought at Gymboree
I did find terrific deals. I bought over $800 of Gymboree (in retail value) for $89.
Here’s what I bought:
- 7 dresses
- 2 pairs of girls’ pajamas
- 2 pairs of boys’ pajamas
- 10 girls’ t-shirts
- 4 pairs of girls’ shorts
- 1 pair of girls’ capri pants
- 1 girls’ skirt
- 2 pairs of girls’ socks
- 3 pairs of girls’ sandals
- 3 pairs of girls’ tights
I got on average each piece for $2.55! Since the summer clothing season lasts for so long in Arizona, I bought more summer clothes than I normally would if we were still in Illinois. In addition, the girls’ clothes are for both of my girls to share. I should be all set for next summer with one exception–I need to buy a few more pairs of shorts later because my girls also wear the shorts under their dresses.
How I Got Gymboree Clothes for 90% Off!
I came to the store armed with a 20% off coupon that I got from a Parents’ Magazine I bought.
Then, I had $30 in Gymboree gift cards that I had been saving since this spring to use at a sale like this.
Finally, I used my Gymboree Visa and got another 5% off.
Oh, and Gymbucks are accruing, so I got a $50 Gymbuck to use in January during Gymbuck redemption. (I always buy swim suits and rash guards for half off with my Gymbucks.)
At prices like these, I got brand new Gymboree clothes for the same price or cheaper than I can find at second hand and consignment sales.