How to Get Up to 70 Percent Off Kids Summer Clothes

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With spring around the corner and summer just a few short months away, now is a great time to get ready for the warmer weather.

I have two young children – ages 2 and 5 – and although I try to shop off-season sales throughout the year in an effort to save money on clothing, I still need to stock up on some of the summer essentials for my kids.

Fortunately, both Carter’s & OshKosh B’gosh are having amazing sales now through March 21, which made it pretty simple to fill my kids’ closets without breaking the bank.

During Carter’s “Storybook Spring” event and OshKosh’s “Easter Party” event, all categories — including shoes and accessories — are marked down by at least 50 percent (some exclusions do apply).

In addition to those savings, you may be able to take another 20 percent off your order.

Just print this coupon – or use the online code HAPPY – for 20 percent off a minimum purchase of $40 at Carter’s. The coupon and code are good through March 21.

If your purchase amount is under $40, don’t worry, you can still rack up some savings. You’ll score 15 percent off your entire purchase by printing the coupon or using online code HAPPY through March 21.

You also get free shipping on orders of $50 or more.

Here’s how I made out: I purchased 26 clothing items and three pairs of shoes — which were originally marked at $540 total — for $237.40. Plus, I qualified for free shipping, which saved me $6.

I’m really happy with my purchase. I love Carter’s and OshKosh clothes because they hold up so well.

Check out “5 Painless Ways to Save Money Shopping for the Family.”

Where is your favorite place to shop for your kids’ clothes? Where have you found the best bargains on kids’ clothes? Share your comments below or on our Facebook page.

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