Disclosure Referral link found below:
Take 20% off when you spend $20 or more with code: BRR20.
Take 40% off when you spend $40 or more with code: BRR40
I have tried the site schoola for clothing for my kids, myself, mom. Each time I paid less than $5. This for me is better than thrift shop prices.
Of course I made sure they had sales going on and had discount codes on hand. The first time I had a free $20 credit. If you use my referral link you get $10 and I get the same. Win-Win. Of all the items I got the ones where I ended up getting off sizes was on women’s clothing. I bought large and some items were mislabeled as women large but were teen large. I only lost out on a casual dress and shirt that with the discount used were not a biggie for me.
Currently they have the discounts above. Lets use simple $20 and $40 balance for simple math’s sake.
Scenario 1: Owe $20 X 20% discount (or $4) = $16 balance to be paid
If you use the link above you only have to really pay $6 as you get a $10 credit but make sure to note some items are not eligible. Please read carefully.
Scenario 2: Owe $40 X 40% discount (or $16) = $24 balance to be paid
If you use the link above you only have to pay $14 as you get the $10 credit but again be sure to note not all items are eligible.
With baby clothes or toddler clothes as ranging from $3 to $10 on average you can pick up quite a bit of clothes for when they go to school or playing in the backyard. Some items are stained you can see the actual item and decide if it is worth it for you. I had no complaints and was very pleased with a lot of the baby clothes, especially girl leggings.