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    Default Do you shop on line

    I love to shop for clothes online, Though its not for everyone. The prices are less online than in the stores in many cases. Spiegle will often have 75-80% off of sale prices with free shipping some times. I've bought bathing suits for $2.50 ( I ordered suits for almost everyone I knew) lol Nice evening dresses for $12, There are sites that offer additional coupon codes for more savings. Some stores will allow you to stack coupons others won't. Jc Penney purchase online and pick up at the store (no shipping chrg) I hate fighting the crowds at malls. Tell me where do you shop on line for the best deals?

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    I shop on ebay. I love getting my stuff there, but I also love going to the shops.
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    Major department stores. Pretty much the same stores as a brick & mortar where I know my size. An establishment that has good return policies, accepts coupons and hopefully free shipping.

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    Asos.com (free shipping and returns, ALWAYS)
    Walmart.com (hella low shipping, low as 96 cents)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzziwuz View Post
    Pretty much the same stores as a brick & mortar where I know my size... free shipping.
    I prefer online shopping, so the above is critical. I like JCrew sales, Gap, ideeli, hautelook. I used to like MJRsales, but they shut down their site...however, if you live in Ohio their wholesale biz is there and worth checking out.

    I normally also get coupon codes (usually at least good for free shipping) from retailmenot or couponcabin or something.

    One thing I havent done consistently, but need to start, is begin my shopping on Ebates.com so I can start getting cash back. My sis has actually gotten checks from them after enough online purchases.

    And finally I try to use my rewards charge card for all online purchases so I can get points that way also....

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    I live for online shopping. I also use coupons and ebates as well as mrrebates. I love getting my money back from these sites.

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    I live in Austria and prefer British fashion, so shopping online is essential for me. It is also much cheaper. I recently pick up a bargin from Monsoon. In the shop in Vienna, an evening dress cost 280 Euros, on it's British website the same dress cost 80GBP (about 100 Euros). Christmas and birthday presents to my family friends and godchildren are bought, paid for and delivered to their home address (in the UK) with instructions to their parents to wrap them and put them under the tree.

    I love online shopping
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    I buy TONS of stuff from Lands End.com it lasts a long time (which is helpful with kids clothes) and I usually get a great deal 40+% off and free shipping.

    I purchase from HauteLook, beyond the rack, zappos, zulily, 6pm.com, american eagle, sephora, ulta, Banana republic, old navy and a few others.

    I love a good deal!
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    Count me in. You can't beat online shopping during the Holidays. I use retailers that have consistent sizing. I rarely have difficulty with online sales. I'm not a big fan of brick and mortar stores or crowds.
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    OMG, since H&M finally has an online store, I've been in there picking up some things like a hawk.

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