Chapters Indigo has an excellent back to school deal for parents. Spend $35 or more on Skip Hop and receive a free marker set worth $8.
When your cart totals $35 worth of Skip Hop products, the Skip Hop Forget Me Not Marker Set will be added to your cart automatically. This is a sweet little freebie while you are equipping your child for going back to school. I think Skip Hop makes the best backpacks for children as they use animal shapes, animal faces, and really fun colour combinations. You can also buy matching sets for your child.
There is an exclusive unicorn collection that is just darling. The Skip Hop ZOO little kid backpack - Unicorn, 3-9 yrs costs $24.95. There are two matching pieces to collect as well. This Skip Hop ZOO lunchie insulated lunch bag - Unicorn costs $17.95 and the Skip Hop ZOO straw bottle - Unicorn costs $7.95. This set is so adorable that I want to pinch the backpack's cheeks! I added two of these products to my cart to get the free markers.
You will see the markers added at the top of your cart.
There are plenty of other really adorable designs. I really like the Skip Hop ZOO little kid backpack - Butterfly because of the wings poking out. When your child wears this backpack, it will almost look like your child has wings. The backpack retails for $24.95, which is the price of all the backpacks in the Zoo collection.
The Forget Me Not line has clear 'windows' so you can see the matching lunchie bag inside. These clear windows are in a variety of shapes to suit your child's tastes. This Skip Hop FORGET ME NOT Backpack and Lunchie Set - Cloud is a favourite of mine because of the lovely cloud design. I wish they had this set for adults. You get both the back pack and the lunch bag for $45. Of course, with this set you would receive the free market set as well. You can add on a matching water bottle or even mix and match if your child likes several different designs.
As this promo requires you spend $35, you will automatically qualify for free shipping as your order is over $25.
(Expiry: 5th October 2015)