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Friends & Family Sale at Carter’s (and $50 giveaway!)

Posted Sep 26 2012 5:11am

I recently rediscovered the Carter’s store – I randomly stopped in there a few weeks ago. I’m always on the lookout for 100% cotton pajamas ( 50% off the PJ shop at the moment, FYI), and I picked up a few pairs for Sam. Seriously, is there anything cuter than a kid in pajamas?

Actually, there might be – how about a little boy in a puffy vest?

Or perhaps a little girl in a tunic?

Ugh, seriously – so cute.

I don’t know why, but Carter’s had fallen off my radar – I shouldn’t have let that happen, though! They are so frickin’ cute – and of course made well and reasonably priced. Plus, the Carter’s store is always having good sales – much like the one they’ve asked me to help promote this week!

The Carter’s Friends and Family Event is going on now, and until September 30 you can get 25% off your entire purchase online (use code FFSAVE25) or in stores by printing the coupon below. Combined with the Great Big Sale that’s already going on, you can get things up to 70% off.

You can stock up on top, pants and microfleece vests, or tunics and leggings, or just about anything – Carter’s collections are perfect for mixing and matching. The fall weather calls for layering! And accessories , of course.

And to help you stock up, you can enter below to win a $50 Carter’s gift card! WOOHOO! All you have to do to enter is check out the little girls  tunics on Carter’s website and leave a comment answering this question: What tunic would you choose for a Carter’s girl this fall?

Go forth and shop! And enter!

In case you were wondering…
Carter’s partnered with bloggers such as me to help promote Great Big Sale. As part of the program, I received product or gift cards. Carter’s believes that consumers and bloggers are free to form their own opinions and share them in their own words, and therefore did not tell me what to purchase or what to say about the products I used. Carter’s policies align with WOMMA Ethics Code, FTC guidelines and social media engagement recommendations.

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