Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Just Introduced- Gymboree Rewards!!

Gymboree just introduced a new rewards program called Gymboree Rewards. As a member you get:

- $5 rewards certificate for every 250 points earned
- Special members-only bonus point events
- Exclusive access to special savings and promotions
- Free class pass plus $20 off enrollment at Gymboree Play & Music (for new members only)

For a limited time, they are giving you 100 free bonus points, just for signing up!!

I love Gymboree clothes!! First off they are so cute! And they use thick, high quality fabrics so their clothes last forever if taken well care of. Gymboree is also a good seller on eBay.

If you're interested in reselling Gymboree items, you might like reading Laundry Tips For Clothing Resell and Storing and Sorting Clothes For Resell.

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I'm a married, stay-at-home mom to two kiddos in grade school. I love to save money as much as I like to make it! Coupons, thrift stores? Lead the way! But wait....there's more! I have a BBA from University of Oklahoma and I was a banker and an accountant before I became a domestic goddess!


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