H&M: Free Shipping on All Orders

FREE SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS

Going on now until January 12, H&M.com is offering Free Shipping on all orders. Just enter code 1341 at check out.

 this dress is only $12

this sweater dress is only $5

this seat is $10

 

 

 

 

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H&M: Up to 70% off select items + extra 25% off, free shipping

H&M: Up to 70% off select items + !!extra 25% off!!, free shipping

H&M cuts up to 70% off select items during its Black Friday Countdown. (The selection will change each day.) Plus, coupon code “0109” takes an extra 25% off, and code “1033” yields free shipping. (You can stack the codes.) Combined, that’s the best set of discounts we’ve seen from H&M. (We haven’t seen free shipping since August, and that was accompanied by only a 20% off code.) Sale ends November 29.

Isabel Marant Collection for H&M

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It’s T-minus eight days until the Isabel Marant collection hits select H&M stores worldwide, and the retailer has just launched a dedicated microsite in anticipation. It features plenty of photos of the line, a countdown clock and video—all arranged in a Tumblr-like format.

According to the site, the H&M locations carrying the collection will open at 8am local time on November 14 and the online shop will begin offering the collab at 12pm EST. In the “how to shop” section, H&M explains that they will again be utilizing a wristband system to organize shoppers day-of. The first 300 people in line will be broken down into groups of thirty and each will receive a colored wristband that corresponds to their group. Each group will have 15 minutes to shop the collaboration, and there will be five minute breaks between groups while staff, presumable, straightens out and restocks. After three and a half hours, the collaboration will be opened up to everyone.

H&M will be enforcing a purchase limit to try to curb resellers. Each shopper can purchase one item per style. Returns will be accepted for three days after the collection’s release.

H&M – 30% off plus free shipping

From now till 10/10, H&M is offering an extra 30% off entire purchases.  Purchases over $50 also qualifies for free shipping otherwise shipping starts at $5.95.  When we tested the code, we noticed that you can also get the 30% off with sale items as well.  There’s been a few things we’ve been eying for awhile, so now is a great time to stock up.

Here are a few things we’re lusting over. Prices reflect the extra 30% off.

 

Imitation Leather Riding Boots
Imitation Leather Riding Boots $21
Bath Towel
Bath Towel $4.90
MAMA 2-pack nursing tops
MAMA 2-pack nursing tops $10.50
10-pack Socks
10-pack Socks for men $7

50% off Select Items at H&M

H&M is having a 50% off sale on select merchandise for men, women, kids & home. Shipping adds an additional $5.95, but if you’re still in need for some back to school clothes, or just need to update your wardrobe, there are definitely some cute stuff.

2 Pack PJs for Babies $8.95 (reg. $17.95) – comes 4 different colors
7-pack Briefs
7 pack Hello Kitty Briefs for Girls – $7.45 (org. $14.95)

 

3-pack Boxer Shorts
3 Pack Boxer Shorts for Boys – $4.95 (reg. $9.95)
Patterned Slim-fit Pants
Patterned Slim Fit Pants for girls – $8.95 (reg. $17.95)  

 

 

H&M Children Winter Clearance Sale

H&M’s Winter Clearance sale is still underway, and we like stopping by towards the end of the sale to see what’s left and see if it gets marked down even more.  Nothing was going on in the women or men section, but all the children’s clothing that was marked down is given an additional 50% off.  Not all of the H&M’s have a children’s section – so be sure to check their store locator online to make sure your location has a children’s section.

H&M is still one of the few chains left that does not have an e-commerce presence, so you’ll have to stop by the store to pick your threads.  We stopped by the H&M in Herald Square on 34th Street in NY.  Their children’s section is on the 3rd floor.  Huge red signs labelled “SALE” is above racks and racks of sale items.  The are 3 sections of this part of the store you can tackle.  On the far left of the store is their baby section ages 0-24 months for both boys and girls.  Price range from $1 – $7 and clothing varies between summer to winter seasons.  In the middle of the section is their boys’ section ages 1.5-16 years old.  There were a bit of sleeveless Mator Tow Truck shirts, short sleeves, sweaters, winter outwear to summer shorts and even trunks on sale.  On the far right side of the store were the girls section. There were a bunch of tank tops with a big gold sparkly heart on the middle of the shirt, some short skirts with bird patterned on it, lot of sweaters & sweater dresses on racks, & short sleeve tops with cute graphic pictures on it.  If you looked carefully enough, you’ll even be able to find some Hello Kitty long sleeve shirts for $3 – $5.

We were in quite a bit of a rush so we weren’t able to take too much pictures, but here are some of them below.

 

These gray boy shorts were priced at $3.00

 

This short sleeve active-wear top is priced at $2.50

 

This skirt with bird at $2.50

 

This skirt is priced at $5

 

H&M – recycling clothing

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As part of H&M‘s goal to become more environmentally friendly, the chain is launching a recycling initiative that will let you exchange old clothes for store discounts. It goes by the techy name of iCollect and here’s how it will work: iCollect boxes will be placed near cash wraps in stores. Shoppers can drop off bags of used clothes and get vouchers in the form of store discounts in exchange for each bag of clothing donated. Any type of garment is accepted. Non-H&M items items are fair game, as are pieces that aren’t in good condition. “There are a lot of garments that really go to waste. We encourage customers to use garments for as long as possible, but we know a lot goes to incineration plants,” a brand rep told WWD. “We want to advance recycling. We want to organically grow this idea.” The initiative will launch globally in February 2013.