Spanx: 20% off Sitewide
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Save 20% off using the code SPANXEMP20OFF at Spanx.com. Plus, all orders ship for free. Check out the Higher Power Brief, which falls from $36 to $28.80 with code. The Slimmer & Shine Open-Bust Bodysuit, drops from $82 to $65.60 with code and the In-Power Line Super Higher Power fall from $38 to $30.40. Shipping adds $2.95 and sales tax is not charged in most states. (Instructions »)
Buy 3 Assets Red Hot Label Super Control High-Waist Mid-Thigh Shapers or 3 Assets Red Hot Label Super Control High-Waist Panties at Spanx and take 20% off your order. Each shaper is $28, so this drops the per item price to $22.40, a price low by more than $5. Plus, add the code FREESHIP13 and bag free shipping. You can choose from tan or black in both styles. Sales tax is not charged in most states.
Buy 3 swim separates at Spanx.com and take 50% off and get free shipping with our code BRADSPANXSWIM through 6/19, an exclusive for our readers. For example, if you purchased the Whittle Waistline Draped Tankini Top for $128, the Full Coverage Bottom for $78, and the High Rise Bottom for $98, your total would drop from $304 to $152 with code. With the 50% off, this is the best total we could find for these pieces by $13. Sales tax is not charged in most states.
Get 20% off a Spanx Starter Kit from Spanx.com, plus get free shipping with the code FREESHIP13. The starter kit features 3 best styles including In-Power Line Super Higher Power which drops from $38 to $30.40 and is available in 3 colors, In-Power Line Super Footless Shaper, which drops from $26 to $20.80 and is available in 3 colors and the Sportease! Athletic Crew Socks which drop from $10 to $8. Please note, you must buy one of each of the three styles to receive the discount. You can also choose a Men's Starter Kit for 20% off and this includes any underwear and shirt combination. Spanx have been featured on Oprah's Favorite things, The Today Show, US Weekly and more... This is a rare deal from the popular brand! Sales tax is not charged in most states.