The temperatures just dipped here in South Florida, but this year we are prepared, because thanks to Schoola everyone in our family has warm clothes to wear. Four kids and a barely existent clothing budget means that I have to think creatively when clothes shopping, and that’s why I am always searching for Schoola coupon codes, and today I have a great one. What do you say about getting $20 to shop for with no minimum, free shipping and 60 percent off?
Take a look to see how you can get the best deal below:
- Sign up for Schoola here and get $20 to shop for. (This is our referral link – if you sign up, see what you like and actually use your $20, we get $20 to shop for too)
- Go select the sizes you need, the brands you want, and then click low to high prices in the top right corner. Shop for your $20 Schoola credit.
- In the sidebar you can choose the tab condition and just choose “new with tags”, “good” and “blemished” for the best pieces of clothing.
- Items that has an ! by it, means that they have been reduced further.
- Use coupon code MSM60 to get 60% off your order. You can combine this coupon with your $20 Schoola sign up credit. (Codes not valid on new-with-tags items.).
- You get FREE shipping with no minimum.
- If your total is less than your Schoola credit, you will have to add your credit information, if it is more than your credit amount you can pay with Paypal or debit/credit.
- Tell your friends about this deal, and get $20 if they decided to shop for their $20 Schoola credit too!
A little tip for shopping online consignment… shop out of season. Yes, you heard me right, this is the best time to shop for summer clothes, because most people shop in season.
Our latest Schoola deal was a pair of Quicksilver shorts for our middle son. We didn’t have $10 to spend on shorts, and even less so the $40+ the brand name shorts would have costs.
Schoola donates 40 percent off their proceeds to schools, and if you send in a bag of clothes, you can designate your child’s school as the receiver of the donations. What a great way to help out local schools!
What would you use your $20 Schoola credit on?