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New ThredUp Customers: $25 Off $50 Purchase w/ PayPal (Save on Gently Used Clothing)

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Through tomorrow, June 16th at 11:59PM PST, new customers to ThredUp can save $25 off a $50 purchase when you check out using PayPal and use the code PAYPALGO at checkout. Shipping is free on orders over $79; otherwise, it is a flat rate of $5.99.

ThredUP.com offers gently used name-brand clothing, shoes and handbags for up to 90% off with TONS of like-new arrivals.

Eligibility for this first order promotional offer is based on your delivery address. Each delivery address qualifies for one use only of this offer.

If you don’t want to make a $50 purchase, you can sign up for a new account through this link (yes, this is my referral link) and you’ll snag a FREE Credit valid for $10 off your first purchase. When you head to checkout, this discount code will automatically be added to your account. Please note – you are only able to use one discount at a time so make sure to use the one that will save you the most.

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(Thanks, Becky!)

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  1. nem3

    Thx!!!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re welcome!

  2. sfl87

    This company treats their sellers terrible. My stuff got wet where they stored it therefore they didnt accept any of it(they stored it for a month prior to opening it ) I can t even go on to explain how they handled it , one experience I wish I could forget. I like a good deal like the rest of us but theres no excuse for treating people that way. It was over a year ago so maybe things changed.

    • Jennifer

      Nope, they havent. They are now charging a $10.99 “bag fee” to process your clothes.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Oh bummer! Sorry to hear about that 🙁 Thanks for sharing your experience!

  3. TM

    Everything I’ve purchased from here has been promptly donated. Maybe ive had bad luck, but my local goodwill is a better bet!

  4. Eleanor Acquaitaine

    They lost half of the contents of the box I sent in. 🙁 I like Swap much better.

  5. Quelley

    I love Thred Up for shopping! I’ve gotten some great deals on leather jackets and designer clothing, and find it addictive. I rarely get a piece of clothing that I don’t want to keep, but I am careful about what I order. I read the measurements on the item because sizing can be way off. I also avoid any items that say “small stain” or “needs washing”. I read the listing carefully to make sure the item is “like new.” I agree that selling items through Thred Up is a waste of time. Their payout is really cheap, even on like new items.

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