BabyLegs has an awesome coupon code available right now where you can get 75% off your order of $75 or more. This means that you can buy 7 pairs of baby legs for just $21 + $3.95 shipping (or make it a combination of baby legs, tights, socks, etc.) That’s just $3/per leg warmer (regularly $12/ea). The styles are going very quickly, though – I had something in my cart but it ended up going out of stock as I was still debating, so don’t delay if you want to get these!
All you need to do is make sure your order is over $75 before using the coupon code. Then use the coupon code: FB75OFF75 to discount your purchase by 75% off. This coupon code is good thru Monday October 3rd. (excludes the Winter Holiday collection)
If your order is under $30 (after the coupon code), then you will pay $3.95 shipping/handling. Any orders over $30 (after coupon code) will have free shipping.
If you’d prefer not to buy that many items, you can also get 50% off in their Costume Sale (which includes fall/Halloween themed baby legs, but also regular baby legs as well). Just use the coupon code: SPOOKY50 for 50% off any baby leg in that collection. This coupon code is also good thru Monday October 3rd.
Here’s how it works:
- Go to Baby Legs
- Shop and check out. Make sure your purchase is $75 or more (7 pairs of baby legs will be $84 + tax)
- At checkout use coupon code: FB75OFF75 to discount your purchase to 75% off
- For 7 pairs of baby legs, your subtotal will be $21 + tax + $3.95 shipping. If you spend over $30, you’ll have free shipping. (You can have any combination of baby legs, tights, socks, etc to get to the $75 minimum to get the 75% off)
You could buy 5 pairs of leg warmers & 1 pair of tights to get you right to the minimum of $75, which would be $20.50 + 3.95 s/h + tax. Or 7 pairs of leg warmers for $21 + $3.95 + tax. My total for 7 pairs of leg warmers was $27.28 with s/h & tax.
My daughter wants to be Olivia the Pig for Halloween, so I thought these would work well for her striped tights (they do actually have the red/white striped tights, too, but unfortunately they were part of the Winter Holiday collection – otherwise I totally would have gotten those! Now I just need to figure out the other parts of the costume – let me know if you have any great ideas to keep it frugal! My older daughter wants to be Madeline (from the Madeline books)- so I’ve got to get thinking about a frugal way to make that one, too.
Thanks Give Me Neither!