Lands' End: 30% Off Everything & Free Shipping Too!

8 November 2012

Over at, they're having a special Friends and Family Event right now, offering a 30% discount on anything on site. PLUS when you combine this with the current offer for free shipping, you should be able to pick up a few bargains.

Click here to shop online @ Lands' End

  • Coupon Code: FRIENDS
  • PIN: 3010
  • Discount: 30% off everything
  • Expires: 14th November 2012

(You may need to use the above link to activate the free shipping, it won't be available to regular users as you normally have to spend $50 for free shipping).

Exclusions to the 30% offer: Buy More and Save pricing, monogramming, embroidery, gift boxing, gift cards, shipping, taxes, duties, Lands’ End Business Outfitters purchases and excluded items as marked.

Something that's really popular on the Lands' End site right now and which I have mentioned in the past are these Needlepoint Christmas stockings for $29.50 each. They'd drop to $20.65 with free shipping - that's pretty reasonable for this item.

If you're thinking of planning ahead, check out the "not quite perfect" section. In this sale section, they have some old stock of spring and summer wear - you could potentially pick up some bargains for your wardrobe next year. I am seeing some deals on summer dresses, shorts, skirts, shirts and pumps - an ideal opportunity to plan ahead and buy a few bits and pieces for upcoming outfits.

For all Lands' End Coupon Codes, just check out the Bargainmoose coupon section before you make your final purchase.

Please note: All prices are shown in USD. Lands’ End items that are manufactured in the US or Canada are not assessed duty. You just pay your Canadian taxes as normal!

TOPICS:   Free Shipping   Clothing


  • Amy
    I shop at Lands' End regularly (just received another order yesterday!), and there is duty added to your purchase price when you check out.... so you don't have to pay the postal carrier when they deliver, but when you checkout at Lands' End. Still love their stuff!! :) Especially when you can get free shipping and extra discounts.
    • Anna Waters EDITOR
      It actually depends what you buy Amy - like I mentioned, stuff made in the US & Canada isn't supposed to have duty :)

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