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Children's Place MAJOR Clearance!

Now that my family lives in the snowy climate of eastern Idaho, I'm always going to be on the hunt for next year's coat, snow pants, etc. After living in the south for the last 8 years, it's quite a shock having my kids wear their big, heavy coats every single day during the LONG winter.

Imagine my thrill when I stumbled across a Children's Place email this morning with a 30% off coupon with free shipping!

I found these coats for my 2 younger boys for next year:


This one after the coupon was $28 for my 4 year old.


And this one after the coupon was $16 for my 2 year old!

I also got them some Christmas sweaters to wear next year too at $6.99 a sweater. Nice, right??

I know, I know. You want the coupon.

Here it is!  YEAR2014  good for 30% off and free shipping. TODAY only. Have fun!

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