$1.00 Toddler PJs @ Wal-Mart

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“One of a Kind” indeed —
can’t beat PJs for a buck!

I’ve mentioned my affection for all things cheap before, right?  ;o)  Here’s another great example of why I LOVE the clearance section.  Wal-Mart STILL has boxes and boxes and boxes of PJs for infants and toddlers (ranging from size 6 months through 4T or 5T) ON CLEARANCE for a buck.  Yep, one dollar, one smackaroo, one measly buck.  

It’s rare to find girl-specific Curious George
items, but I found one!! 



Please do keep in mind that the short-sleeve PJs are NOT on clearance — only the long-sleeve and onesies.  However, the various styles, characters, sizes, and gender-specifics make for a great treasure hunt, as well as great gifts for baby showers, toddler birthdays, Christmas (it’s never too early to start!), or even just to stock up for your little one, for later down the road.  I found these at the Chamblee location, but I’d be willing to venture that your store may still have them as well.  I found them right next to the regular boxed PJs in the infant/toddler clothing section, with only the nifty red clearance stickers affixed to give them away.

Have YOU found another steal of a deal lately??  Do share!  

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--Barbara

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