6pm.com: Polliwalks Only $7.95 Again!
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It’s back! 6pm.com is once again offering up all Infant/Toddler/Youth Polliwalks shoes for just $7.95– which is 69% off the regular cost! These are fun little shoes and are great for summer weather! To get in on this deal, go here, scroll down and click on the image advertising this sale. Shipping is a flat rate of $6.95, so buy a couple pairs of shoes to make shipping worth it.
(Thanks, Jessica’s Coupons!)
FYI – alot of the sizes/color combinations are not available this time. I kept clicking on them, but they wouldn’t have the size. I ordered both kids a pair last time. We had never tried them. We all love them! I was wanting to stock up for both of them in larger sizes for later on, but so many are not available. I sure hope that add more shoes soon.
Also to let you know, their customer service is amazing!!! We bought the firefly’s on clearance and they work sometimes but not others. I emailed the company and they sent over a replacement pair of shoes FREE! They don’t make the Firefly’s anymore so we chose from their new ones – plus we got to keep the Fireflys!
My two boys have the fireflies as well and I get so many compliments when they were them! They are adorable. Good to know htey have great customer service also!
Grabbed a pair of tod girls size 5. I was so tempted to buy like 5 pair but I just know whatever size I choose prob wont be right next year. The boys’ sizes are even more limited. Also got a pair of Oakley sunglasses for $40! Last pair I got a couple years ago are scratched and Im just not digging them anymore, and they were over $200! I won’t feel as bad if these aren’t my dream come true. Discount plastic lenses always give me a headache … so it’s a win-win!
Abby, buying ahead is a great way to save money. My little guy is almost 2 1/2 years. Basically, he wore a size 5 at the end of last summer. He is just now moving into a size 6. So, you might consider buying a size bigger and then a size bigger than that. If it is too big next year, then she should be able to wear it the next. I have just about won at the buy ahead deal. My oldest is 4 1/2 years. You wouldn’t believe all the boutique outfits I get for her (whole outfits!) for cheaper than one outfit (by the time you piece it together) on clearance at like Target. Then, when I resale, I get a great portion of my money back at garage sales. I am not a $0.25 and $0.50 girl. I price my items higher than most, but people buy them without batting an eye. I take good care of my kids clothes. And, the nicer stuff we hang up. You can probably sale these shoes for even $2-$4 after you have used depending on how clean they are.