Take 30% off J. Crew SALE items w/ code MUSTHAVE
Code doesn’t expire until Sunday November 18th, so be prepared for them to potentially restock their sale section in a few days. Free shipping kicks in at $175, with $8.95 flat rate for orders under that.
And with that, it’s now safe to say that the recent J. Crew Factory website re-launch has created a chasm between these extra 30% off sale codes, and J. Crew Factory sale items. This new extra 30% off code MUSTHAVE won’t work on Factory sale items. Meanwhile, Factory is doing a lesser 20% off with HAULPASS, but you have to spend over $100. At least that’s not the case at J. Crew. Let’s get on with it. And remember… be careful of those non-returnable “Final Sale” items.
UPDATE: Yep. J. Crew Factory is doing a 30% off and free shipping no minimum code. SCOREMORE gets you the deal, and it doesn’t expire until Tuesday 11/10. Full marks to Nima for being the first one in via the comments on this one.
Huh. Well I stand corrected. Just a week or so ago it seemed unusually good that J. Crew was offering a 25% off discount on their outerwear through a 25% off $150+ sale. And now they put their peacoat on sale for $235, and the code takes an extra 30% off that. That’s a bizarrely good price this early into winter. The stinger is the discount drops it to just under $175, so they then get to dump the $8.95 shipping back on there. Might be worthwhile to pick up some socks to tip the balance. Available in charcoal, navy, and black.
Lambswool Crewneck – $38.15 ($64.50)
Easily one of the highlights of this sale. Knocked down to $54, and the extra 30% off dumps it under $40. Lots of sizes, and colors to choose from. Available in tall too for a few extra dollars. V-necks available as well.
Damn. If only the snow wasn’t already flying for plenty of us. Buying out of season is one way to save a ton of money. But you have to be patient. Most of us ain’t anywhere near this patient. Available in Medium and Large at post time.
A splurge even with the 30% off, but it’s not a non-iron. Seems like almost everything has a non-iron finish these days, and not everyone likes that. 2-ply Super 120s cotton and darts at both shoulders. It should look, feel, and wear like a better than average shirt. And it better if they’re gonna list it at almost $90.
Heard mixed reviews on how these cases hold up, but for under $20 it might be worth it if you’ve got an apple fan on your holiday shopping list this year.
Lace Front Drivers – $89.60 ($148)
Paging Paul. Sure, the cold weather isn’t real kind to driving shoes, but they are nice to have on hand for taking the garbage out, walking around your place, and quick trips to the store.
Up there for cotton/blend sweaters, but beastly. The Shawl Cardigan might be the least wimpy looking cardigan out there (not that all cardigans look wimpy, but c’mon… some do). Also worth a look: The Marled French Terry cardigan.
Another one of those “great if you’re patient” items. One of the best spring/summer pants out there. Made from oxford cloth, terrific fit (if memory serves) and the price at this point is low enough that they really might be worth stashing in your closet for 5 months. Especially if you’re close to free shipping.
Now going for about how much the J. Crew Factory version goes for when on sale. The completely opposite color/pattern compared to the oxford cloth pant above.
For Her: Thigh Highs – $9.09 ($18.50) | Merino Scarf – $34.65 ($68)
YEAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. And there’s the scarf too.
The extra 30% off J. Crew Sale code MUSTHAVE expires on Sunday 11/18. That’s a ways out, so don’t be shocked if they throw some more inventory into their sale section online later this week. Meanwhile, for those of you that actually read these italics way down here, Banana Republic, GAP, and Old Navy are doing 30% off through 11/14 with the code GETSTARTED. Some exclusions like Leather, Cashmere, and New Arrivals do apply.