Deal Picks: 60% Off American Eagle, 40% Off J.Crew + Others

A few great sales for stocking up on spring items, as well as deeply discounted essentials for next fall.

J. Crew

In-store & online: 40% off full-price styles

Use code SPRINGTOIT during checkout to reflect discount

View the full sale here:

American Eagle

60% off clearance + $19.99 jeans

Discount reflected in sale price

Slub Henley

$7.98 $19.95

Slub Henley

$7.98 $19.95

Baja hoodie

$27.98 $69.95

Fleece Jogger

$19.98 $49.95

View the full sale here:

Other sales:

Allsaints: Up to 30% off

Gap & Old Navy: Up to 50% off + Extra 20% off + Free shipping

Banana Republic: 40% off your purchase

H&M: Up to 80% off your purchase

J.Crew Factory: 50% off everything

Lucky Brand Pop Up Sale (until tonight): $15 tees, $20 polos, $55 shoes, $155 leather & suede jackets

Nordstrom Rack: Clear the Rack total savings up to 75% off

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  • Reply March 29, 2018

    Mike Rogers

    Hey Andrew! Just saw j.crew dropped the price on the Sperry’s to $74.99 so the SPRINGTOIT code is no longer valid.

    What a bummer.

    • Reply April 2, 2018


      It’s a bummer that I just saw this. I’ve been trying to figure it out and they’ve just responded. They responded that it only applied to shirts.

  • Reply May 1, 2018



    I’m a very staple and neutral essentials shopper with a tendency to be on the minimalist side of things. I hate logos and labels so I have had a lot of luck with Old Navy clothing. In fact the majority of my clothing is either Old Navy and Target’s Goodfellow and Co. I like the style and obviously the price, but should I be concerned with lack of quality from either of these brands because of the affordable prices and is it frowned upon as being ‘non-adult’ or ‘lacking class or style’ if I stick with these brands. Will other adults, my peers, and most importantly the ladies, look down on my wearing these brands? I could use your thoughts and opinion on this issue. Thanks!

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