J.Crew Factory is offering an additional 25% off with promotional code EXTRA25. This offer expires October 28, 2014. The fine print includes:
*Discount valid on purchases made at jcrewfactory.com from October 22, 2014, 12:01am ET through October 28, 2014, 11:59pm ET. Offer not valid in J.Crew or J.Crew Factory stores, at jcrew.com or on phone orders. Offer cannot be applied to previous purchases or the purchase of gift cards and cannot be redeemed for cash or used in combination with any other offer. Offer not valid on women's puffer vests, men's suiting and footwear, kids' slippers, boys' footwear or third-party branded merchandise. To redeem, enter code EXTRA25 in the promo code box at checkout. Limit one promotional code per order. Offer valid in the U.S. and Canada only. Terms of offer are subject to change.This is a pretty good promotion, especially since a lot of items are already on sale. However, it is worth checking out items in store to see if prices are lower.
Will you be taking advantage of this promotion? If so, please share!
I got excited because I received an email from Factory this morning with the subject line: "Tall? You Gotta Read This!" only to open it & find out it was referring to men's clothes. Come on, Factory. You offer petites, why not talls? Sometimes I like my pants to be an appropriate length for winter!ReplyDelete
Ha, yeah I wish they had talls too, but I know they prob can't afford to add it. Almost all their skirts and pants are too short for me!Delete
lol- my email said "Petite? ...." And I'm tall...Delete
I'm kind of mad at factory at the moment for constantly changing their online prices (to fit the promo of the day I guess)ReplyDelete
Yes! It's become more annoying than retail's pricing games. For example, if I know I saw a sweater for $45 yesterday that is now back up to $75, I refuse to buy it because I know it will make its way back down again. They're all over the place.Delete
I was very mad when I logged onto my account last week in order to buy something, only to find out that the free shipping I'd enjoyed ever since I'd created my account is now gone. I used to love taking advantage of the sales, but there is no way I am going to pay the Canadian shipping cost of $10 for a $20 shirt.ReplyDelete
I am so disappointed - having an account used to provide real perks, but now it just seems like a way for the company to store/use my personal info without offering anything in return. I don't think I will be buying anything from them any more, and it makes me sad because their clothes are my favourite!