40% off GAP

(10 Posts)
GinAndOnIt Tue 01-Nov-16 11:16:58

If anyone is interested? You just have to subscribe to their email list. Or 25% off without subscribing.

Friend just pointed it out to me and have ordered a wool dress I've had my eye on for a while - 20 quid off has done nicely!

summerskittles91 Tue 01-Nov-16 13:22:50

Thanks for this! Spotted some great kids clothes for my nieces for christmas smile

acurtis1234 Tue 01-Nov-16 14:20:24

Can I highlight their new GapFit range, they have some awesome leggings in right now. I've just received (with a previous 30% not 40% off, sadly) the black ones with the square mesh cut outs, and the shiny "wet look" ones. Sweaty Betty have a similar wet look pair which although have more wet look fabric (the gap ones are just a front panel), but the Gap ones are a much better fit, and totally comparable quality. And £24 quid, not £90.

I've just placed an order for a second mesh pair and a few other styles with this new code. I workout a lot and it really does stand up to a battering.

Statelychangers Tue 01-Nov-16 14:49:01

Gapfit cotton flat seamed leggings are fab. Wet look are great too.

8ScarletTigers Tue 01-Nov-16 17:56:37

Hi,

This is the on line code for the current Gap 40% off code so you can have it even if you are not a new user MKY9NDP9G82Q
The flared cords look fab..

GinAndOnIt Tue 01-Nov-16 18:04:22

Careful though 8 because the code is specific to you and can only be used five times. My code was different.

acurtis1234 Tue 01-Nov-16 19:10:32

Yeah 8ScarletTigers the codes are unique and reuseable 5 times only...how hard is it for someone to register an email, worth doing with Gap, they have offers on every day..

OSETmum Tue 01-Nov-16 19:12:58

Thanks 😊 DS loves GAP.

EssentialHummus Tue 01-Nov-16 19:14:43

Gap is one where it's really worth subscribing - I get discount emails from them every 2nd or 3rd day, with 40% off coming round once a month or so.

Stokey Wed 02-Nov-16 10:18:21

They've definitely put their prices up though - I'm pretty sure Christmas PJs for the DDS were £20 a pair last year and now they're £30.

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