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  1. #1
    Anggie Thompson
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    Default Spring clothes

    I'm stuck at home recovering from knee surgery. I tore my ACL & LCL while skiing and now the unexpected doctor bills are rolling in. Luckily, we got the remote access set up and I can work from home. I want some new spring clothes.......I usually shop at thrift shops, Walmart & yard sales. I will need some new skirts in particular since my pants won't fit over my leg brace. Since I can't drive or walk for that matter, where can I shop online for new spring clothes?
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  2. #2
    herberkids3
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    Default Spring clothes

    Maybe try Old Navy? Most of the clothes are reasonably priced, and

    similiar to many styles found at Wal-Mart.



    You could try eBay, as well, but it's hard to judge whether you'll

    like the clothing, whether it'll fit, whether it's in good shape,

    etc. At least with a regular store online, you can return the

    clothes if they don't fit or you don't like them.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Anggie Thompson" <anggiet@...>

    wrote:

    >

    > I'm stuck at home recovering from knee surgery. I tore my ACL &

    LCL while

    > skiing and now the unexpected doctor bills are rolling in.

    Luckily, we got

    > the remote access set up and I can work from home. I want some

    new spring

    > clothes.......I usually shop at thrift shops, Walmart & yard

    sales. I will

    > need some new skirts in particular since my pants won't fit over

    my leg

    > brace. Since I can't drive or walk for that matter, where can I

    shop online

    > for new spring clothes?

    >

    > --

    > Anggie

    > Fight Breast cancer......no one should die from it

    >










  3. #3
    Jennifer Redding
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    Default Spring clothes

    I have a system for online shopping that has scored me a nearly complete spring to summer wardrobe for about $50 shipped. First I use ebates which gives me a percentage back of what I spend (they work with everystore that I have used) and my absolute favorite is jcpenneys clearance center. Use this with reduced shipping coupons that they can email to you, sometimes they are posted as well. I have gotten nice shirts and tanks for $2-$3 a piece. Sometimes they have good deals on shorts, pants and lengths in between too. The nicest part is that they can be returned or exchanged to a store locally if if you change your mind or it doesn't fit. Most stores have the same items in stock but it's a huge pain to try to hunt them out. Hope this helps!

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    herberkids3
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    Nicely done!



    For anyone who belongs to some of the different websites where you

    can earn a percentage back, check the stores often. You get the

    money back usually within a month to 6 weeks, so while it might cost

    a bit more up front, you can get it back to use elsewhere.



    Any rebates, ebates, or online earnings I get, I've been sticking

    into our vacation fund, which is just shy of $1,000 right now.

    That's all since February.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Jennifer Redding

    <silverstr_22@...> wrote:

    >

    > I have a system for online shopping that has scored me a nearly

    complete spring to summer wardrobe for about $50 shipped. First I

    use ebates which gives me a percentage back of what I spend (they

    work with everystore that I have used) and my absolute favorite is

    jcpenneys clearance center. Use this with reduced shipping coupons

    that they can email to you, sometimes they are posted as well. I

    have gotten nice shirts and tanks for $2-$3 a piece. Sometimes they

    have good deals on shorts, pants and lengths in between too.

    >

    > The nicest part is that they can be returned or exchanged to a

    store locally if if you change your mind or it doesn't fit. Most

    stores have the same items in stock but it's a huge pain to try to

    hunt them out.

    >

    > Hope this helps!

    >

    >

    > ---------------------------------

    > Don't be flakey. Get Yahoo! Mail for Mobile and

    > always stay connected to friends.

    >










  5. #5
    Jennifer Redding
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    Default Spring clothes

    There are a few I use actually depending on what site will give me the best % back. They are all free and will send it back or credit back when you reach about$25 (varies depending on the site). 1) U-promise.com which is great for paying student loans or saving for a childs future collge costs. 2) ebates.com which credits back a percentage of your total less hsipping and taxes. Every week they pick a ahndle of store and you get extra percentages back. Another thing I love about them is that they post most of the stores coupons and codes for extra deals. There are also some sales sites like ableshopper, dealnews, dealsofamerica and a good one if you dont want to read all of the ads in the sunday paper is salescircular. They are all .coms. Sorry for not posting direct .coms but I have already forgotten the rules
    on this. Hope this helps!

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