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Old Navy: $1 Flip-Flops Sale 7/3

by Tara Kuczykowski on June 30, 2010 · 4 comments

Surprise -- Old Navy is doing a second $1 Flip-Flops Sale this year! Pick up Old Navy Flip-Flops for the rock-bottom price of $1 this Saturday, July 3rd when you print this invitation on Facebook (no account necessary).

I'm guessing stores will open early for this, so I'd encourage you to call and see what time you need to be there to snag your ultra cheap flip-flops!

While supplies last. Limit 5 flip-flops per customer. Excludes wedges, prints, metallics, embellished and leather styles. Limited colors, sizes, and quantities.

(Thanks, Sarah's Deals!)

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1 Nicole D. July 1, 2010 at 3:24 pm

If you want the long and short of the latest style for your guy check out the Old Navy Item of the Week: Men’s Canvas Shorts. They’re classic, cool and refreshingly simple. He’ll love them as his go-to shorts for any occasion - dressy enough for a button-down shirt or casual enough for a fun, graphic tee.

Style has its price though. Luckily at Old Navy, it’s only $10, reg. $19.50. So, get them before they disappear. They’re available 7/2–7/8. Check them out at under the “Weekly Ad” tab. And take some time to dig around for this week’s highest-value, unlimited coupon: $10 off $50. Click the “Barker’s Bones” tab, and play once a week for super savings! Happy digging!

Nicole D.
Brand Advocate working on behalf of Old Navy


2 LaTanya July 1, 2010 at 7:12 pm

It appears some Old Navy stores are not offering this sale. My local store in Monroe, LA didn't have any information on this. Readers might want to check with their local store before heading out to buy these.


3 Christine July 1, 2010 at 9:54 pm

I called, my store in Brick, NJ isn't doing it either. Manager had heard nothing about it.


4 Tara Kuczykowski July 1, 2010 at 10:59 pm

I think that's why you have to print the page. It's not technically a sale like it was last time -- it's a coupon to get them for that price.


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