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Suit up for Easter (or whenever)

It’s another huge blowout sale over at Children’s Place, plus automatic free shipping on any size order, plus an additional 20% off even sale prices when you apply coupon code SPRDM20FY.

That means it’s the perfect time to order coordinating Easter outfits for the kids. Or to stock up for summer. Or just to buy some cute little accessories to put in Easter baskets. Whatever. Everything’s on sale, so if you’re shopping for kids, they’ve likely got deals on anything you need to keep them looking adorable.

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For Halloween, or just for dress-up

When my kids were little, we had a giant chest full of dress-up clothes that provided endless hours of entertainment. Sometimes they even wore said costumes instead of just strewing them all over the house! Imagine!

So I love a deal like this: Right now Amazon has slashed prices on tons of their costumes. Choose from various options from California Costumes or Rubies Costumes (though you’ll have to do a bit more digging when it comes to the Rubies sale).

It’s worth spending some time picking through if your kids love to dress up; I’m seeing some items as much as 90% off. Happy hunting!

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Happy President’s Day from the department stores

Apparently the best way to honor our past presidents is to find good deals at the department stores. I’m sure that’s what they hoped for when they wrote the Constitution, right?

Get free shipping on any size order with code FREESHIP and up to an extra 25% off sale items with code PRESIDENT15 when you shop at Bon-Ton today.

Over at Macy’s you’ll get free shipping at $75, plus there’s a zillion sales and you can choose from either code PRES for an extra 10% or 15% off or code PRES25 for an extra $10 off your $25+ order.

Today’s the last day for the current batch of coupons at Kohls—go back to this post to get ‘em if you haven’t taken advantage yet.

And there’s tons o’ deals at JC Penney today, too, with free home shipping on $99+ orders or free ship-to-store for $25+ order, plus take $10 off $25+ with coupon code ONLINE or a flat 20% off off your $100+ order with code SHOPPIN.

Lots of these deals are good in-store as well, but then you can’t shop in your pajamas.

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Have you been waiting to Kohls?

It’s not as though you have to wait terribly long for a bunch of good deals/coupons at Kohls—lord knows they have a sale just about every week—but still, sometimes the planet align juuuust right.

Today starts their Big Sale of the week, with tons of online Doorbusters on everything from clothing to blenders (and everything in-between). On top of that, everyone gets free shipping on $75+ and everyone earns $10 Kohls Cash for every $50 spent. If you have a Kohls charge card, you can take another 30% off with coupon code HUGS30, plus get free shipping on any size order with coupon code FEBMVC. No Kohls card? You can still save an extra 15% with coupon code FEB15.

It’s possible there are some price mistakes in the Doorbusters. I’m just saying I may have just ordered a sweater for… $.19. I don’t know if it’ll actually show up, but I’m just mentioning it.

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Skip over to the Place for kids’ clothes

Kids need new clothes (or maybe you’re ready to stock up for next year)? Head over to Children’s Place today, where nearly everything is already marked 40% off (shoes and accessories are only 25% off). That’s pretty good, but you can stack coupon code SPRDM20FY with the existing deals to take off another 20% and get free shipping, too.

You know that when you get consecutive percentages off you can’t add them, right? So 40% off and then 20% off is not 60% off, but it is a little more than 50% off, and that’s pretty good.

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Geek out with this awesome bundle

Got nerdlings? Spend as little as $15 and you can snap up this incredible geeky book bundle today. It looks a little young for my kids, but great for the elementary/middle school set, I think. And you certainly can’t beat the price.

[Thanks, Cool Mom Picks!]

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Eight is great, and $10 is pretty good, too

If you have small children and you’re not singing them all of your favorite ditties from Schoolhouse Rock, I don’t know if we can still be friends. Because I’m just a bill, yeah I’m only a bill….

Er, I mean, right now Amazon has the Special 30th Anniversary Edition Schoolhouse Rock DVD available for just $9.99. That’s nearly 5 hours of educational and earworm-y programming down at Conjunction Junction (what’s your fuuuunction?), so get on it.

(If this post makes no sense to you, please get off my lawn, whippersnapper.)

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For the Ninjago fans

Here’s another great kid deal happening at Amazon—they’ve got the LEGO Ninjago Nindroid Mech Dragon set marked down to its lowest price ever, just $39.98 (that’s a good $15 cheaper than I see it anywhere else). That’s a pretty impressive-looking set, with 691 pieces, and most of them look like they would make you say really colorful things if you stepped on them in the night.

I mean, back when my kids were little, dragons didn’t have giant rotor saw blades on their wings, but I guess times have changed….

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Bring The Boxtrolls home

Did your kids love The Boxtrolls? Right now you can grab the Blu-ray/DVD/Digital combo pack for just $10 at Amazon. That means you can watch the Blu-ray at home, take the DVD in the car, and put the digital version on your portable electronics, because nothing’s better than when a kid just wants that one movie all the time.

Uhhhh… on second thought, you might want to get the deal but not mention that you have every possible format. Just a suggestion.

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Red RUUM (and other colors, too)

If you love RUUM kidswear, you have a couple of different options for deals, today. Go shop the official RUUM site to find final sale prices and free shipping on $75+, if you have a lot to buy.

Alternatively, Amazon has a ton of RUUM deals, and most of them will ship for free if you have Prime.

Cute stuff, but it’s selling out fast, so hurry up if you see something you like.

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