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Hollister Co. Jeans ONLY $15 Shipped (Regularly $50+)

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Today, September 25th only, Hollister Co. is offering Guys Jeans and/or Girls Jeans for just $25 shipped (regularly $49.95+) – no promo code needed!

Even better, if you haven’t already, join Club Cali (free to join) and score a discount code valid for $10 off a $25 purchase – and we were able to apply this $10 off $25 coupon to our jeans purchase! You will receive your $10 off $25 code via email – ours took about five minutes to arrive.

Here are a couple deals to score…

Guys Jeans $25 (regularly $49.95+)
Use your $10 off $25 purchase coupon for joining Club Cali
Shipping is free on jeans
Final cost $15 shipped!

Girls Jeans $25 (regularly $49.95+)
Use your $10 off $25 purchase coupon for joining Club Cali
Shipping is free on jeans
Final cost $15 shipped!

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Comments 38

  1. ana

    Haha, My dad would’ve never let me leave the house in that outfit!

    • K

      Why? No one should make personal choices for you. Especially those expressing your own personality and expression.

    • Gribz

      Totally agree. People should have some modesty. I would never let my daughter leave the door in that!

    • Katrina

      Yeah…be ashamed of your belly button! We should indoctrinate women with negative body image from as young as possible. They definitely shouldn’t feel free and in control of their own body. Can you imagine the backlash!? High self esteem, pride, confidence! How would the beauty industry make money!?

      • L Mama

        Teaching modesty does not equal indoctrinating women with negative body images. Quite the opposite. It helps girls know they don’t have to dress in a revealing way to be beautiful, confident, have self esteem and be proud. They are bombarded with the opposite message. I know that when I was younger and more vulnerable to what was out there (celebrities etc.) I thought I wasn’t pretty if I wasn’t dressing provocatively.

        • Katrina

          I totally agree, but a belly button is not provacative. My (well developed) 12 yr old daughter is given the option to dress as she see fit, and taught to love and appreciate her body for what it is. She usually chooses less revealing clothing than I do for myself, tbh, but she knows that her body is her own and she decides how to present it. I understand how my original comment didn’t convey the intended message. I got a bit heated. Thanks for you polite rebuttal.

          • Katrina

            I guess what bothers me so much is that before puberty, at 10. a belly button was a cute and normal thing to show. After young women start to develop they are suddenly expected to hide even nonsexual parts of their bodies, like their bellies. It is difficult for early bloomers to really wrap their innocent minds around sometimes. Why was it ok last summer, but now it isn’t?

  2. ana

    Those girls are standing in front of a school bus, he would’ve never let me leave the house in a crop top that showed my stomach in highschool. Schools had dress codes when I went to school and I don’t think this would’ve passed. But it was a private school so maybe that’s why. He also wouldn’t have let me go to a party where there was drinking 😄

    • Lynn

      Your dad did the right thing Ana. 🙂

    • K

      An exposed belly button doesn’t equal an inability to learn and/or a penchant for underage drinking. Hoping the next generation of women are independent thinkers that aren’t held back by patriarchal misguidedness and dress in whatever way they please.

    • Kim

      It isn’t just private schools, all public schools here have dress codes, I’ve never lived anywhere where they didn’t have one, and no way would that outfit be allowed in any school. And for those who don’t think it matters, the way you dress at school has been proven to affect how well you learn and how to act. You can deny it all you want and pretend it isn’t true but facts are facts.

      • K

        Can you cite those studies Kim?

  3. Jennifer

    If you are already a club Cali member can you still get a code?

  4. Colleen

    Sad that girls aren’t taught modesty these days!!

  5. Katrina

    Thanks for the deal! I really needed this one. I only have 2 pairs, and my go to dark wash pair is about worn out in the bottom. I’d been waiting for something like this to replace them. You guys rock!

  6. Samantha

    Okay, K, and a couple of other “free thinking parents”. Let’s say you are getting ready for church and your daughter wants to wear this, you’re telling me that would be okay because it’s her choice? And how about this one….let’s say you have an 8 year old or young daughter that wants to wear something similar or revealing to the beach. I guess that would be okay too..smh…I agree with allowing children to become young adults and make decisions for themselves, but you forget the pedophiles and sex offenders that are EVERYWHERE. Not all of them are registered. So while you are teaching them to think for themselves, make sure you teach them how to wash clothes, personal hygiene, and other things that will be beneficial in the world instead of being able to wear what they want!

    • K

      Hi, K here. I don’t go to church. I do have an 8 year old daughter and she wears a one piece to the beach/pool/river so she doesn’t have to worry about the pieces slipping around and exposing her actual personal areas. The beach is a far cry from a classroom, I’m not sure why you find them parallel. Also, why so many questions about what my child wears?
      FWIW Samantha, I work with children that have been sexually abused. The ones that are least likely to come forward and the ones that have been taught to ‘be modest’ as there is shame along with that, whether you mean it or not. One of the best things you can do for a child is to teach (and model) them to live for themselves, to be secure and strong in their self identity.
      Certainly do not teach them to live their lives around pedophiles.

    • Katrina

      Samantha, I’ve thought about your comment alot. I slept on it to be sure I didn’t react in anger or without intention, and I still want to say you can shove you victim blaming where the sun doesn’t shine, you narrow minded, uneducated woman.

      • K

        Katrina, I love you.

  7. Olivia

    My 13 year old daughter needs jeans but has never worn Holister before. Anyone have any tips as to how they fit compared to American Eagle? She is 5’ 10” and fit but not tiny. She wears AE high waisted size 12 skinny jeans in long. 😊

    • AMFC

      I wear a size 8 at American Eagle and a 9 at Hollister! Hope that helps

  8. Kathleen

    Wow, I was hoping I would see some input on how fast the coupon came when you signed up, what you bought, your savings,…..

    • Olivia

      The discount applies to your cart immediately after signing up for the rewards program. You don’t even have to wait for an email. I bought a pair of jeans for $16.05 including tax. Super skinny medium wash. Fingers crossed that they fit my daughter! 🙂

  9. Christi Centlivre

    We only received a 15% off coupon. We didn’t receive the $10 off $25.

  10. Christi

    nvm. It came through after we signed into the account in the shopping cart.

  11. Jilly68

    The $10 off coupon worked for me and I am very grateful for this website 😀 my 15 year old daughter and I were just shopping last weekend at the mall for homecoming dresses. We also went into Hollister because she still needs some new jeans for school. Needless to say we didn’t buy any jeans last weekend because we bought a dress….so she is happy I just ordered her a new pair of jeans today! Thank you.

  12. Tosha

    Thank you! A Christmas present for my son! His favorite jeans!

    • Holly (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’r so welcome!

  13. Amy knightley

    So this deal only applies to new members? I am currently a cali club member..would this work for me?

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      The offer is available for New Members. Hope that helps!

  14. beth pitt

    Wait, people see a belly button? How? They’re wearing high waisted jeans. Lol jk But, c’mon, nobody remembers wearing crops tops or tube tops?

  15. Michell

    Thank you!!! I just ordered my son a pair for $15…great deal!!!!!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      I agree! Great deal for sure! You’re very welcome, Michell!

  16. JMonte509

    I love hip2save and have been keeping track of the deals for almost ten years now. I honestly thought it was a savings website not a website where women are critical with each other’s opinions. Let’s just think-savings, deal and coupons!!

  17. Jennifer Eagar

    Great deal, thanks!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re welcome!

  18. Emily

    Is the deal over?

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Yes, It appears the jeans are no longer $25.

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