Schoola: Great Deals on Clothes!

My sister-in-law recently introduced me to a really neat website that sells second-hand clothing for babies, boys, girls, juniors, and women! I was a little skeptical at first, but I received my first package the other day and was pleasantly surprised to find the clothes I ordered in great shape. And the best part about it all is the prices! I purchased $30 of clothing for a little over $5 out-of-pocket! How? I received a $10 credit for creating a collection and a $15 credit for signing up when using my sister-in-law’s referral code. Plus, shipping was free for my order! For a limited time, Schoola has free shipping with no minimum site wide! Another great advantage is the referral program offered by Schoola.com. When you invite your friends to Schoola, you receive $15 each time someone uses your referral code! For example, when I made my first order, I used my sister-in-law's referral code. She received a $15 credit to her account, and I received $15 to use because I used her referral code! Anyone who uses my referral code (by clicking on the links in this post) will help me receive a $15 credit to my account. Once you place your order, you can invite your friends and receive a $15 credit when they make purchases! $15 for you and $15 for your friend!

When I received my order, the company sent me a postage-paid bag so I can donate clothes if I so wish. One of the greatest features of this program is that they donate a portion of the money from your purchases to schools! And for a limited time, use the Promo Code, FALLING PRICES, for 50% off any order plus free shipping!!!!!  So what are you waiting for? Click the link and start shopping!

Schoola donates 40% of proceeds to help fund school programs. Over 10,000 schools nationwide have partnered with Schoola on fundraising clothing drives. For every $5 spent, Schoola sends $2 back to schools to keep art, music, and PE alive!

Permission to share referral code granted by Schoola.com

 

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