Thursday , January 28 2021

Spanx sale: Get up to 30% off and free shipping

In addition, get a flat 10% off any item when you apply our code.

While many of us have grown accustomed to living in sweatpants, 2021 could mean the return of regular life — and regular clothes. But with the Spanx markdown event, you don’t have to give up the stay-at-home comfort you’ve come to love. Right now, you can get up to 30% off when you shop the sale selection. Alternately, get a flat 10% off your entire order of any full-price item when you use code DBXSPANX10. There’s no signup required, and free shipping and returns are included on every order.

See more coupon codes: CNET coupons

Whether you’re trying to get the look of your favorite jeans with the soft-knitted touch of leggings or getting ready to hit the gym again once it reopens, we’ve picked out a few favorites that will fit any wardrobe.

Apply code at checkout to get 10% off your entire order, with free shipping included. The code is valid for any non-sale and full-priced item(s) in your cart, including the Seamless and Faux Leather Leggings lines or the Bra-llelujah collection. Offer expires Dec 31, 2020.

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