This week's merchandise matchups offer savings of 50 percent or more and feature some standout deals for spring breakers headed to the beach, a digital delight from the Easter Bunny, and a pair of fashion deals that take already deep discounts to new depths
More March Deals You'd Be Mad to Pass Up
Why we love this deal: These beach sandals are lightweight, durable, and comfortable enough to wear all day, and Okabashi is offering a pair of coupon codes that combined will save more than 50 percent -- down to $19 -- on gear that loyal fans say will become a buyer's go-to casual wear for years. Use coupon code GET46OFF combined with code S8L6NY24 to free shipping and maximum savings.
Why we love this deal: Use coupon code TWENTY4U at Kohls.com to save an extra 20 percent off this already discounted lightweight and extrmely durable hardside spinner from Samsonite. How good a deal is that? Oh, about $130 cheaper than the lowest price on Amazon, bringing it down to $180 -- and it qualifies for free shipping. Happy travels!
Why we love this deal: WavesGear prides itself on designing everyday items to be better, such as floating sunglasses or -- in this case -- an insulated water bottle that keeps beverages cold for 24 hours (or hot for 12). Use coupon code MAR-FC50 to get the perfect companion for a sizzling day at the beach for $19.50. Other notable enhancements include a mouth wide enough to easily accommodate ice cubes and a 1-liter capacity to keep buyers or lucky gift-getters hydrated all day long.
Why we love this deal: That $10 deal on Amazon looked like a good price on these stylish teen tops -- until we stumbled across StreetModa offering them for less than half as much. Add free shipping on top of that and an additional 15 percent discount off an order with coupon code MARCHMADNESS at checkout to make an already sweet deal even sweeter.
Why we love this deal: Yes, Men's Wearhouse is selling dress pants for the price of a nice pair of socks. At this price it makes sense to stock up -- particularly considering shipping costs almost as much as the slacks ($8). Feeling extra thrifty? Sign up for the company's Perfect Fit rewards program and shipping is free on every order. Then the socks are affordable too.
Why we love this deal: Rumor has it that this rollback from Walmart has the Easter Bunny rethinking what to put in a child's basket this year. Leapfrog's focus on learning offers guilt-free educational gaming for less than the price of an average Nintendo game.
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