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FREE Clothes – ThredUp $20 New Shopper Credit!

by Christie on October 5, 2015

ThredUp CreditIf you haven’t taken advantage of this offer yet you still have time. ThredUP is offering NEW members a FREE $20 credit when you sign up HEREYou’ll get $10 off both your first and second orders. If you aren’t familiar with ThredUP, it’s a fabulous site that offers lightly used (sometimes new) clothing for boys, girls, babies and women. This is a great opportunity to pick up some clothes for fall or some special occasion outfits. That means you can grab $20 worth of clothes FREE, just pay shipping. 

To grab your credit just go to this special link HERE. Once you’ve created your account – you can start shopping and your credit will be automatically applied at checkout. Shipping is a flat $5.99 or FREE on orders of $70+. They also offer FREE returns within 30 days.

ThredUp $20 New Member Credit -Once you are a member of ThredUP, you can then trade kids or women’s gently used clothing to get store credit or get paid cash. It’s a great way to get new clothes for you or your kids, recycle the ones they have for someone else to enjoy and save doing so. You can also sell accessories, shoes, handbags and more.

I’ve ordered from them many times and have always been happy with the results and I know you will be too. Plus once you are a member you can share the offer with your friends. So just head on over HERE, enjoy your $20 and Happy Shopping! :)

Christie


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Trudy October 5, 2015 at 2:23 pm

I signed up and it didnt give me anything

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Christie October 5, 2015 at 2:45 pm

You need to add clothing to your account. Did you do that after using the link provided?

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Trudy October 5, 2015 at 3:07 pm

Yes it still isnt taking it off

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Christie October 5, 2015 at 4:47 pm

Is it possible you signed up before and don’t recall? No one else has had a problem. And I just had someone test and it worked perfectly. I suggest trying a new e-mail address, or you can call their customer service and have them credit it.

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