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    Default Needing Inexpensive Pantyhose!

    Okay ladies, can any of you recommend great places to get inexpensive,
    but good quality, pantyhose? On-line or a brick-and-mortar store are
    fine. We live in the Chicago area.

    Amy

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    Re: Budget101.com : Inexpensive pantyhose?


    http://www.hanes.com

    There is a sale/outlet link on their website.

    Target and WalMart sell hose as well. Depending on whether or not you want a "name" brand or not. I have never been the $20 a pair hose type.

    I just ordered some Legacy Legwear tights from http://www.qvc.com since they had a multi-pack of microfiber tights for ~ $20. Good deal in this area. We live in Ohio and hose/tights are a must for dealing with the cold winters here. Some are bitterly cold.

    Herlean

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    Re: Inexpensive pantyhose?


    I don't know if you have a JC PEnny's in your area but a friend of
    mine & I were talking just this afternoon about this & she found
    leggings & all sorts of stuff on clearence for $1.97-$2.97. Now those
    are my type of prices! I am sure this only applies to "in-store"
    purchases only!
    Melissa Moore

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    Re: Budget101.com : Inexpensive pantyhose?


    I buy knee-high pantyhose to wear under long skirts and pants. If one
    runs, you always have another. I pick them up at Walgreens when they
    go on sale 2 pairs for $1.19 (for the Walgreens brand with reinforced
    toe) or you can buy the ones in the plastic bubbles for $0.59 each
    pair. I picked up a tube of 6 pr. in various colors (1 blk, 1 white, 4
    nude) at Ross for $2.99.

    HTH,

    Emily

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