{Giveaway} Ross Dress for Less — How far can $25 go?

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Yesterday, I had the pleasure of making another trip to Ross Dress for Less, just in time to see all their back to school gear! Ross Dress for Less kindly sent me a gift card for $25, and challenged me to see how far I could make it stretch.  Boy, was I blown away — from organization and storage (things my nerdy-side craves!);

kitchen items (knife set w/kitchen shears $7.99),

laundry ($11.99 for an iron and $5.99 for a collapsible ironing board), and

other household items — perfect for the dorm room;

to outfits at unbeatable prices!

Additionally, I saw some great baby items, at amazing prices, too!  Breathable crib bumper ($9.99) and MANY, MANY, MANY name brand, stylish diaper bags ($12.99)

(…cute character shirts for the preschool crowd, too!)

Minnie Mouse t-shirt – $4.99

And, naturally, I did a little retail therapy myself, AFM style!  (Translation: I raided the clearance rack.  Each top was under $7!)

Would you like to shop at Ross? I’m excited to team up with a few great blogging pals to bring you a giveaway for a $25 giftcard to Ross Dress for Less! Just fill out the form below for your chance to win!

Also, make sure you become a fan of Ross on Facebook, as they frequently have great contests posted for their fans!  (And it is an entry option below, too!)

GOOD LUCK, Y’ALL!
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Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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Ross Dress for Less Shoe Event + GIVEAWAY!!

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What can I say? I’m hardly a fashionista. Perhaps a fashion victim? More specifically, I’m a victim of my own cheap nature when it comes to fashion.


But with my daughter, the sky’s the limit. Let’s face it: a three year old girl is just more fun to dress up anyhow.


So when Ross Dress for Less approached me with a challenge to find shoes for under $25, I was initially quite giddy. Particularly so, since I just recently shared with y’all how very long it’s been since I’ve bought a new pair of shoes for myself!


However, I failed. And by no fault of the store’s. Ross had rows and row of cute, cute shoes, all priced under $17! But when you wear a size 4, and seem to be content to be a fashion victim in flip flops and sneakers, it’s just hard to find a new pair of shoes. *sigh*


On the upside,my daughter certainly benefitted from my dismal attempt to find a pair of shoes. She got a pair of flip flops, a frilly fashionable skirt with matching top all of her favorite character, Dora the Explorer. And I still had money left over for another dress for her!


I’m guessing that you, my more fashion-forward readers, would do a much better job finding shoes for under $25 at Ross Dress for Less. So, I want to give one lucky reader a chance. Enter below for a chance to win a $25 giftcard to Ross Dress for Less. 🙂

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–Barbara
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--Barbara

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