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Lands’ End: Extra 40% Off Clearance = Kid’s Lunch Totes Only $5.99 (Reg. $19) + More

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Lands' EndNow through March 1st, Lands’ End is offering an extra 40% off Sale & Clearance OR 30% off regular-priced items with promo code PAL302 and pin 7000 at checkout. Plus, their Clearance Items are already reduced up to 60% off!

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Do your kiddos need a new lunch box? I was browsing around and spotted quite a few Lunch Totes and Lunch Boxes on sale for as low as $9.99 (regularly $19), so just $5.99 after applying promo code PAL302 and pin 7000 at checkout. Keep in mind that shipping is an additional $8 or is free on $50 orders after discounts.

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OR, this cute and highly rated Print Medium Open Top Totes that I posted about previously (in Tibetan Red Fairisle only) is still on sale for $19.99 (regularly $38), so just $11.99 after discounts. These Totes were featured in Women’s Health magazine and have fantastic reviews! 🙂

Please note that if you’d rather purchase a different style than the one mentioned above, consider snagging THREE Totes to save an extra $5 off each one AND you can save an extra 30% off your order with promo code PAL302 and pin 7000 at checkout! That means you can snag 3 bags for just $26.60 each shipped to your door. Still a nice price – and great gift idea too!

(Thanks, Anika!)

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Comments 17

  1. Doaa

    How about shipping cost?

    • Monica

      Its $ 8 ..or free if you spend $50 or more

  2. Melissa

    This is a great deal until you start adding on monogramming, which most people do on these so their kids don’t lose them. Once you add that on, it’s not really a great deal. The better deal, because their monogramming is so expensive, is when they offer free monogramming just before school starts.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for your honest feedback Melissa! I sure do appreciate it!

    • Hilary

      Many parents refuse to use monogram, like myself, for security reasons. No one needs to know my daughter’s name or even initials.
      Thanks! Fourth grade backpack and lunch bag are purchased…six months in advance. 🙂

      • Em

        I also do not monogram or put kids’ names on anything.

        • Jsturner1

          I agree. Monogramming should be fine. But really I don’t pay the extra. I rarely see any other kids with lands end lunch boxes so mix ups are not likely.

    • Angela

      I almost never see anything monogrammed anymore, I think mostly because of safety concerns. I don’t monogram any of my kids’ things.

    • Erin

      Most people monogram? I’m betting not on this site! 😉 I write my kids’ names inside lunchboxes with Sharpie. When they are done and I am ready to sell/donate, I wipe it off with alcohol–and it usually comes right off. I looooove Lands End. My price points for kids clothing is pretty low for most brands, but I am willing to pay more for Lands End items because the quality is invariably better than most kids clothing and you can’t beat their guarantee and return policies. I wish Sears would dump all their other brands and carry only Lands End.

    • Rebe

      I never use monogram. Sharpie will do, and I dont even do that, just a label inside with their names. I usually re-sale the items my kids no longer use.

  3. Angela

    Thanks for the deal, Collin–I picked up a swimsuit top and bottom for myself, a cinch backpack for my son, two scarves for me, a pair of winter gloves, and a couple shirts for my son. Spent $50 plus tax to get free shipping; will be less once Ebates kicks in. Can’t believe I used to pay that much (years ago) for just *one half* of a Lands End swimsuit, lol!

  4. Tracey

    Would love to find a free shipping code for Landsend. Good products but hate to pay shipping.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Shipping is Free on orders of $50 or more. Hope that helps!

    • Rebe

      It is also free if you place the order at the store.

  5. Mary

    Thanks Laura M. for having the guts to share the link to the Steinam article. I chickened out yesterday. I agree with one of the commenters on the article’s site that women’s equality should not be a divisive issue, but Steinam is not the kind of woman I want advocating for me.

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