I am hard in the midst of searching for back to school deals for my three boys. With three kids to shop for, I never pay full price, but I still want my kids to look good. Mexx has a fabulous coupon out right now that will save you $20 off your $75 purchase of regular priced kid’s clothing. I don’t mind that this coupon is only on regular priced items as I’m shopping for fall and winter, which is probably not on sale yet anyway.
- Coupon Code: SCHOOLKIDS20
- Discount: $20 off $75
- Expiry: 20th August 2014
This coupon is like going into the store, getting $75 worth of items in your cart, paying $75 and having them give you a $20 bill in return. Who is going to say no to that? Not me!
Every boy needs some classic jeans to pair with tees, sweaters and button-up shirts for school. Jeans really are the most versatile piece of clothing anyone can wear. These blue vintage skinny denim pants are just what my boys ordered. I can get a pair for each of my three boys with a regular price of $40. Instead of paying $120, I’ll pay only $100.
While jeans are great for girls too, for me, I love leggings and think they are perfect for play. These shiny black stretch leggings have a leather look, so although they are comfortable, they also look uber-cool, and are only $20. Pair them with this pink cardigan ($30) and add this star printed dress for $36 for a cart total of $86. However, you’ll only pay $66.
Don’t forget about the really cute selection of baby clothes that Mexx has to offer. These are perfect outfits for a baby shower gift, as a new Mom might not want to spend too much on clothing that baby will grow out of, but will love to have something so fashionable for baby to wear. My babes had a knit button-up sweater similar to this and I loved how it looked on them. It makes me miss having babies. Of course, you also have to pair it with this knit hat, which is $18. See what else you can find to get that total up to $75 and basically get the hat free.
Shipping is free when you spend $75, which you will with this Mexx coupon, so that’s an added bonus.