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Banana Repubic IN STORE (B&M) - 40% off everything, 50% off lowest marked sale price, extra 10% w BR card

IvoryCadenza 388 129 June 26, 2016 at 12:24 PM in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (3) More Banana Republic Deals
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Did not see this posted but I just got back from Banana Republic and they were having a 40% off everything no exclusions sale. This is a decent deal, but the real deal was their 50% off sale items. It is 50% off the lowest marked price, which can be much lower than online prices. For example, the mens Chinos in Chicago are marked down to $22 on sale so they are $11.50 each, even less if you have BR card and get an extra 10% off.
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#2
Always seems like the no exclusion sale always excludes the dress shirts.
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when this sale ends? do you know?
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Thanks OP, picked up a few pairs of chino pants for $9 and $11, a leather belt for $4.49, and some shorts for $15. I'm in Southern California, so this appears to be nationwide.
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Saw the same sale in the Seattle area too.
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does this extend to online or outlet?
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Definitely not the best, at least in my store. Sale prices still all end in .99. Better to wait until they have the 50% off sale and the prices end in .97 (usually the lowest prices at BR will go)
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