Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Fabric.com Birthday Gift

If you haven't already, you should sign up for daily email specials from Fabric.com. Each day they feature a group of fabrics and provide a 20-50% discount on those fabrics for that day only. Today I received a birthday email...yes, it is my birthday. Yay, another year older! The birthday "gift" you receive from them is 20% off your entire order. The coupon code may only be used once and is good for 30 days. With the free shipping (orders $35+) and already low prices, this coupon code makes for great savings. Check it out!

They also offer a frequent shopper program.

An even bigger bonus...you will receive 5% cash back rebate from Ebates.com if you link to Fabric.com from the Ebates website to start your shopping.

1 comment:

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