Claudia Alan Coupon Code: Free Martina Sunnies (Worth $39) on $35+ & More Deals
Let me introduce you to another Canadian boutique that you may not have heard of before – Claudia Alan. They are a BC based store with the tagline, “Beautiful products that make a difference.” They specialise in eyewear and accessories, and everything has an element of giving back to the community or to the environment. It’s a nice idea, but it’s even nicer when they offer special offers for us to take advantage of, too. Just now, if you spend $35 or more on anything on site, you will get a free pair of Martina sunglasses worth $39! Here are all the details:
- Coupon Code: MARTINA
- Discount: Free $39 Martina sunglasses
- Expires: 1st May 2015
To get this offer, make sure you add the above Martina sunglasses to your shopping cart. I’ve pictured them above, they’re a pretty sweet gift with purchase. And as far as I can see, you can choose from 5 different colours, from the plain black to stripy grey. Then, add $35 or more of other items to your cart too, and apply the coupon code at checkout. You will see the discount appear as such:
I was thinking that this store could be a good place to check if you were looking for Mother’s Day gifts. They have some beautiful and unique items here in the accessories section. Some that caught my eye:
- Recycled Glass Grinder Haida Chief for $67
- Namwayut Collection Salad Servers for $50
- Silver Pewter Eagle Bracelet for $75
- Kiwkw Eagle With Soccer Ball Silver Pendant for $59.99
- Bevy of Blue - Bundle of the Month was $90 now $75
Some gorgeous designs, eh?
Shipping is a flat rate of $6.95, so if you only want to make a smallish order, that’s what you will have to pay. However, you can get free shipping by topping your cart up to $75 or more.
Free Cleaning Cloth
If you happen to purchase some sunnies in the Cameron range from Claudia Alan, you will also get a free cleaning cloth worth $8. This one appears in your cart automatically, as long as you have those sunnies in there too. (Ends 30th April 2015)