• *HOT* 50% Off Carter’s Labor Day Sale + FREE Store Pickup

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    Through 9/5, head over to Carter’s and score 50% Off the Entire Site! Plus, use promo code LABORDAY at check out to score an Extra 25% Off your $40 purchase (restrictions apply). Shipping is Free with $50 orders, or choose Free Ship to Store! Check out these doorbuster deals:

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    TIP: Consider buying a discounted gift card for stores you already shop in, either online or in-stores to save even more money. You can save 2%-30% by using discounted gift cards. If you are new, you can claim a Free $5 credit on your first gift card purchase of $25 or more using code RAISE25AF.
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    1. 1

      I can’t seem to get free shipping. They’re charging $6 . Do you have to enter a code?

    2. 2

      How do I get free shipping, is there a promo code?

    3. 3

      I’m getting the free shipping but the promo code won’t work

    4. 4

      Hey just wondering what the current code is for the extra 20% off because neither cartbf20 or cartaug20 are valid. Thanks!

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      If you download the Shopular app, it will give you all the recent discount deals at all the stores you shop at. Carters is my go-to store for my daughter because of their 20%off $40 purchase. You can even Google “carters coupons” & it will be the first thing that pops up. They have the recent discount code. Hope it helps! Just shopped there this past weekend & I popped up the coupon on the Shopular app! 2 simple ways!

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