L.L. Bean & L.L. Bean Signature 30% off Everything + Free Shipping
30% off Code: JPA4393
Free Shipping Code: 3039329
Gotta give credit to reader Ray on this one. I saw an email come through from L.L. Bean touting 30% off if you clicked through via the email, but it turns out that your click through simply applies the two codes you see above automatically. Both codes seem to have been floating around the web, and credit to Ray for sending in the tip with the precise codes that work whether you click through an L.L. Bean generated email or not.
Those codes will also work on the slimmed down more modern L.L. Bean Signature line as well. Can’t say I’ve seen a 30% off site wide L.L. Bean Signature sale before. And you get free shipping? Nice. Let’s get started:
L.L. Bean Signature Twill Blazer & Pant – $135.80 (reg. $194)
Two words on why you need a cotton, easy to wear anywhere suit: Summer Weddings. Recently featured in the $400 shopping spree post, this pair is now insanely cheap at $135. Read the reviews though. Seems like the Navy Blazer and Pant option don’t match all that well, and the sleeves seem to run long. When combined with the functional button holes, that can cause a tailoring headache. I picked up the lightest (almost white) version in a 38 jacket. We’ll see how it fits my 5’9″ 170lb torso… look for a review in the next few weeks.
L.L. Bean Signature Bean’s Vacation Bag – $157.50 (reg. $225)
You don’t usually find leather weekend bags in this price range. And finding not only a leather weekend bag for the price of canvas, but finding one that comes with perfect details like Doctor’s bag rolled handles and bottom feet? That’s really rare. Only the mossy green color left.
L.L. Bean Signature Wool Trench – $104.99 (reg. $250)
It’s already on sale so this one obviously wasn’t a major success. Votes were split when it was the subject of a “would you wear it” post. Is it bathrobey? Awesome? Awesome in a bathrobey kinda way?
Sperry CVO Deck Sneaker – $27.99 (reg. $75)
$75 is a lot for a canvas sneaker. So it’s no surprised they got marked down to $40. Now with the extra 30% off they’re worth serious consideration. Also available in navy.
L.L. Bean Maine Lodge Jacket – $69.99 (reg. $159)
Like a Baracuta made of Glenn Plaid wool (sourced from Italy), this jacket isn’t from the Signature line so it probably runs a little bulky through the torso. The banding at the cuffs and waist probably won’t thrill most, but for $70 it’s a nice alternative to all the standard light jackets out there. Available in a toned down herringbone at extra cost.
L.L. Bean Classic Venetian Loafers – $69.30 (reg. $99)
Hand sewn, full grain leather uppers, and a slimmer looking silhouette. The descriptions says they fit best with thinner socks, so… uh… don’t wear your bulky winter wools with these? (Not that you would anyway)
L.L. Bean Classic Suede Chukka – $62.30 (reg. $89.00)
The less expensive alternative to Clarks. Credit again to Ray who found these specifically.
L.L. Bean Gore-Tex Kangaroo Leather Upland Boots – $97.30 (reg. $139)
The extremely more rugged alternative to the suede chukkas. If you spend any time in the woods and you want a unique gore-tex boot? How about some moc toe sh*t kickers made from Kangaroo leather for under $100?
L.L. Bean Signature Cotton Cashmere Big Stripe Crew – $34.99 (reg. $69.00)
A lot of cotton/cashmere sweaters have something like 5% cashmere woven in. This one bumps that up to 15%. The bold stripes are much larger than your standard rugby stripes, slim fit, and well liked in the reviews.
The L.L. Bean & L.L. Bean Signature 30% off + Free Shipping Codes appear to expire at the end of today, Feb. 22nd and Midnight ET… if not sooner.