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American Girl Store: Up to 40% Off Doll Accessories, Books, + More

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UPDATE – Thru 11/26, you can also score FREE shipping on $100 orders with the promo code MEMORIES at checkout! (Thanks, Candace, JoAnna, & Sara!)

If you have an American Girl fan in your household, then you may want to take note of this offer. Through 11/26, the American Girl Store is hosting a Season’s Savings Sale on select doll accessories, books, and more where you can save as much as 40% off the regular price. Note that supplies are limited and items appear to be selling out quickly so if you find something that you’d like, I would recommend you snatch it up! Also keep in mind that shipping costs start at $5.95.

Check out a few deals you can score…

* Molly’s Bed & Bedding $55
(regularly $94!)

* Molly’s Lunchbox $16
(regularly $20!)

* Parlor Desk & Seat $68
(regularly $85!)

* Vanity & Accessories $48
(regularly $80!)

Also, be sure to check out the items in their Everyday Savings section for even more bargains. Come back and let us know what other great deals you spot!

(Thanks, Genevieve!)

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  • Candace says:

    They currently have free shipping on orders over $100 with the code 179699. Go to your cart and at the top right there will be a box that says “key code” under it, that’s where you enter the code.

  • JoAnna says:

    And, with the code MEMORIES you will receive free shipping on orders of $100 or more through 11/26 (just received email this morning)

  • SARA says:

    free shipping on orders over $100. code MEMORIES

  • Ashley says:

    What a great deal, thanks! Does anyone know if American girl usually has Cyber Monday deals? I would love to take advantage of the free shipping now, but wonder if I should hold out and wait to see if something better comes along. Thanks!

  • Hazzy says:

    This doll is so expensive. My daughter wants her party here but it so expensive that her party will just be her sister and parents.

    • MommySpendsLess says:

      Could you have a dolly and me tea party picnic instead? Depending on your location and the time of year, maybe you could host it in a local botanical garden. I’m thinking pretty pink table cloth/picnic blanket, fancy dishes (you could probably get a variety of cut glass plates and/or tea cups at thrift stores), put the cake or cupcakes on a stand, cut kid-friendly sandwiches into shapes (hearts, flowers, butterflies, etc.). Encourage the girls coming to the party to bring their favorite doll (of any size/brand). Maybe to make it extra special (and since you’re saving so much money compared to the AG store party) you could get your daughter her first AG doll or a new party dress for hers. You could get a variety of girl and doll dress up favors (like pettiskirts and tea party hats) and crafts. ( has low prices and they sell doll and girl pettiskirts)

    • mmpsmp0205 says:

      Hazy, we bought our daughters American Girl dolls before they were sold to Mattel. At that time-about 18 years ago, they were $88. My daughters are grown, but their Amercian Girl dolls have special places of honor in their homes. The dolls and accessories are beautifully made, can be repaired, and if you sew, you can actually make the clothes for a lot less!

      • Cara says:

        I’m 30 and still have my childhood American Girl dolls and clothes that my five year old now loves. She and I just went to the new store here in San Francisco last week — what fun! Yes, they are expensive but the quality and detail and educational aspect (on the historical ones — the looks like me and doll of the year, eh) are unmatched.

    • Anna says:

      i went to a party there when i was younger, wasnt mine and it was just the little girl her mother and two other girls. It is very expensive but I am a mother now and still have my doll for my little girl

  • Allison says:

    At least one sale item isn’t listed on the “sale” page, but is priced at the sale price. If you search for the books “Just for Fun” then the Rebecca book is available at the sale price too.

  • Beth says:

    American Girl Dolls: Made in Chinese sweatshops by little girls who will never get to play with them.

    • lisa says:

      Very Sad really. I can only imagine that most of us consume products that are made by people working in poor conditions that earn small wages. Just like eating at McDonald’s , I can not think of the poor animals standing in line at the slaughter house and still enjoy my Big Mac. Sounds pathetic but most of the time I try NOT to over think things as it sours my joy and I feel inept to change the big picture. Instead I try to just be grateful of the grace I have been shown. Who knows why some are born in innately better circumstances than others. I just try to help/ make changes that I can within my own small circle.

  • AG Obsessed says:

    Hey, just thought I’d let you know there is also free shipping till nov.26. You can add it to this post so people will know. Codes like 179699, JOYFUL, MEMORIES give free shipping on the AG site. Or if it’s a phone order make sure to ask if you can use a free shipping code. Just enter the key code when you are in your shopping cart, on the top right hand corner. I ordered from this weeks seasons savings the two different beds and vanity and scored free shipping apart from the sale. They also had a seasons savings last week on clothes from Molly’s collection and Cecile and Marie graces.

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