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Old Navy Coupon Code for 20% Off (Deal of the Day)

C is for catPerfect for Back-to-School Shopping:

Get more, save more at! Use promo code GETMORE to receive 10% off $75 or 20% off $100 on Old Navy merchandise. Ends 8/15/09.

My little speller will love this sweet “C” is for Cat: 2-in-1 Alphabet Tee.

Snatch up the new fall styles or get deep discounts on summer clothing for next year.

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Candace is the co-editor and co-founder of Mamanista. She is an educational consultant and writer.

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