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    mommyto2zs
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    Where can I find inexpensive pantyhose? I clip coupons and wait for

    sales, but it is not an item that I typically stock up on - I realize

    that all of a sudden I need some hose.



    Any ideas? I work in a job that requires hose at least 2-3 times a

    week.It really isn't optional (I can get away with no hose during the

    summer, fo rthe most part).



    Thanks in advance,



    Amy









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    Shannon
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    I buy them at the dollar store or at Walmart for 97 cents. Sadly enough,

    they last the same time as the expensive ones - not like it used to be in

    our Grandma's time! You could mend those with nail polish - some of these,

    you're lucky if you can get on once without putting a finger through them.





    But, $1 is better than $9.



    ~S



    ----- Original Message -----

    From: "mommyto2zs" <apokras@yahoo.com>

    > Where can I find inexpensive pantyhose? I clip coupons and wait for

    > sales, but it is not an item that I typically stock up on - I realize

    > that all of a sudden I need some hose.

    >

    > Any ideas? I work in a job that requires hose at least 2-3 times a

    > week.It really isn't optional (I can get away with no hose during the

    > summer, fo rthe most part).

    >

    > Thanks in advance,

    >

    > Amy








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    Alisa Head
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    WalMart sells a line of pantyhose made by Leggs that costs only $1.00 per pair and they wear like iron! I can't remember the name of the line and just checked my hosiery drawer but none of them have a tag; however, I can tell you that they come in a white pouch with bright purple trim. The Legg's logo is written in blue. They are not customarily kept with all of the other L'egg's hose in my store, but generally off by themselves on an endcap in the Intimates area.Best of all, WalMart will accept Legg's coupons against the purchase price of these economy hose provided the coupon states "or any L'eggs product" so many times I have purchased them for only $0.25/pair!They may not be support-type or include a fancy panty -- but a terrific value nonetheless

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    Subject: Budget101.com : Inexpensive hosiery?
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Date: Tuesday, March 18, 2008, 1:50 PM


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    Where can I find inexpensive pantyhose? I clip coupons and wait for
    sales, but it is not an item that I typically stock up on - I realize
    that all of a sudden I need some hose.

    Any ideas? I work in a job that requires hose at least 2-3 times a
    week.It really isn't optional (I can get away with no hose during the
    summer, fo rthe most part).

    Thanks in advance,

    Amy



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    Donna Shad
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    Dollar tree has them in my area for a buck, Walmart has some

    that are pretty cheap as well. I have seen them in Dollar

    general as well for not to bad of a price. I don't wear them at

    all. I use knee-highs and wear longer skirts/slacks when I have

    to wear them. They usually come in 5 pair for a buck.

    Take care

    Donna

    --- mommyto2zs <apokras@yahoo.com> wrote:



    > Where can I find inexpensive pantyhose? I clip coupons and

    > wait for

    > sales, but it is not an item that I typically stock up on - I

    > realize

    > that all of a sudden I need some hose.

    >

    > Any ideas? I work in a job that requires hose at least 2-3

    > times a

    > week.It really isn't optional (I can get away with no hose

    > during the

    > summer, fo rthe most part).

    >

    > Thanks in advance,

    >

    > Amy

    >

    >









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    Alisa Head
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    Have you ever tried cutting off the "bad" leg with the runner and then wearing 2 pairs at once? Provided the hose are the identical shade noone can tell the difference! I have used this trick many a times to prolong the life of the pantyhose in my drawer.





    I love the smooth, polished look of pantyhose when I am dressed up for work or church and can't understand my 19 y.o. daughter and her friend's aversion to them.

    --- On Tue, 3/18/08, Shannon <shannonl@whidbey.com> wrote:

    From: Shannon <shannonl@whidbey.com>
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Inexpensive hosiery?
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Date: Tuesday, March 18, 2008, 4:50 PM


    <DIV id="yiv1322551715">



    I buy them at the dollar store or at Walmart for 97 cents. Sadly enough,
    they last the same time as the expensive ones - not like it used to be in
    our Grandma's time! You could mend those with nail polish - some of these,
    you're lucky if you can get on once without putting a finger through them.


    But, $1 is better than $9.

    ~S

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "mommyto2zs" <apokras@yahoo. com>
    > Where can I find inexpensive pantyhose? I clip coupons and wait for
    > sales, but it is not an item that I typically stock up on - I realize
    > that all of a sudden I need some hose.
    >
    > Any ideas? I work in a job that requires hose at least 2-3 times a
    > week.It really isn't optional (I can get away with no hose during the
    > summer, fo rthe most part).
    >
    > Thanks in advance,
    >
    >
    Amy



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    Sarah Long
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    I get pantyhose at Walgreens when they have a coupon in their paper. Also I can find it at Dollar Tree. Recently I bought a lot of pantyhose at Dollar Tree, they were orriginally from JC Penny and had the JC Penny sticker on them for 12.00 per pair and I only paid 1.00 per pair! Also check Dollar General if you have it or Family Dollar.

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    me ow
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    In the winter time I wear fashionable opague panty

    hose. You can buy them in the supermarket or at places

    like Target or even Walmart. The heavier opague looks

    great with shorter skirts and comes in great colors.

    Also, in the winter you can wear boots with longer

    skirts if your job will let you. Also, check with

    department stores for their store brand stockings as

    opposed to the high end designer. For years I wore

    only Berkshire but at some point you get really

    creative if you have to. good

    luck.==========================

    --- mommyto2zs <apokras@yahoo.com> wrote:



    > Where can I find inexpensive pantyhose? I clip

    > coupons and wait for

    > sales, but it is not an item that I typically stock

    > up on - I realize

    > that all of a sudden I need some hose.

    >

    > Any ideas? I work in a job that requires hose at

    > least 2-3 times a

    > week.It really isn't optional (I can get away with

    > no hose during the

    > summer, fo rthe most part).

    >

    > Thanks in advance,

    >

    > Amy

    >

    >









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    lisa griffeth
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    Amy, Does it have to be hose or does it have to <look> like hose? If it really has to be hose, I can't help you...if you can get by with a "finished" looking leg, I've had great luck with the Jergen's gradual tanner lotion. I have very pale skin anduse the lightest color they have- first I scruff off the old dry skin on knees andankles, then put plain hand/body lotion on the extra dry areas and let them sit for about 20 min.Then I follow up with the Jergen's tanning stuff- when you use the regular lotion first, it keeps the extra dry areas from "grabbing" all the pigment in the Jergen's ...so you don't have orange-ish/tan circles on your knees or "dirty" looking ankles. HTH Lisa G.





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