Redeem Your Unused GymBucks at The Children’s Place (In-Store Only)

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Do you have unused GymBucks?

As you’ve probably heard, Gymboree has filed for bankruptcy and is in the process of shutting down their 700 stores. While that sure is sad news for Gymboree shoppers, we may have a silver lining for those of you who have unused GymBucks.

Through March 3rd, The Children’s Place is coming to the rescue and allowing you to use your remaining GymBucks issued by Gymboree at The Children’s Place Stores in the U.S. and Canada.

Note that this offer is valid in-store only, has a limit of one coupon per transaction and cannot be combined with any offer except My Place Rewards certificates.

The fine print states that this “offer may be canceled or modified at any time” so don’t wait too long to head into your nearest The Children’s Place store to redeem your GymBucks!

Head here for more information.

(Thanks, Becki!)

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Comments 11

  1. Andrea

    Aren’t all Gymbucks expired now? They have specific redemption dates.

    • rebecca

      the redemption dates for the most recent batch just started yesterday.

  2. Chris

    I think you mean gift cards. Not Gymbucks.

    • Chris

      Whoops, I meant today is last day to use Gymboree gift cards.

  3. jan

    I have been unimpressed with Children’s Place! I have experienced horrible customer service and their clothes don’t last more than one child. I wish a store comparable with Gymboree was doing this. I’m going to miss Gymboree. My daughters always looked so cute in their clothes!

    • Shannon

      Children’s place is definitely low quality and has questionable business practices. They have sweat shops in foreign countries and 100s of factory workers died when one building collapsed due to a building that wasn’t structurally sound. The clothes are cheap for a reason…

    • Stephanie

      I’ve had the complete opposite experience. My kids have worn CP since they were babies (now 8 and 10). My daughter can get 3 summers out of dresses and shorts. (she’s tiny) and my son wears there clothes through everything lol you can’t beat their online prices for dresses, leggings, shorts, etc. For the prices, I don’t even cAre if they don’t last more than one season. But I do agree back in the day, Gymboree quality was amazing super expensive but great and unique.

    • sarah

      Totally agree with The Childrens Place clothes. I bought my son 5 pairs of jeans in September and 3 have rips in the knees now, while his Crazy8 and Gymboree jeans have always held up so well. The Childrens Place seems like nothing but cheap graphic tee shirts that don’t last long.

    • celticmommie

      100% agree. I will buy TCP shirts for my boys but never their pants.
      And I’m pretty liberal and laid back but the shirt graphics are starting to get to me. Everything for boys is sarcastic, about social media or being proud of laziness. Or it’s sports or video games. So I get a few graphic shirts there and I usually get the rest from Target

  4. Sandy Sedlar

    Gap will be accepting them also fyi

  5. Judy Trac @ lipscomb

    I need to use my coupons

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