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SUPER-COUPONING: Don’t forget the fine print | Lifestyles



Jill Cataldo

Dear Jill, I was making a purchase from a store. There was a promotion on the webpage offering a 10% coupon for my next shopping trip if I purchased online with store pickup. I did this. After I went to the store to get my items, they said I did not qualify for the coupon because the fine print said the store pickup had to be paid in full online.

This store allows you to either pay for your store pickup online or pay in-store when you arrive. I thought because I had to go to the store in the first place, I would just pay when I got there. When I got there, they pulled up the webpage. It was true, buried in small text, that only orders paid for online would get the coupon.

The only reason I chose store pickup was for that coupon. I don’t think

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Amazon Accelerates the Ecommerce Race: Luxury Fashion, Sustainability and Print on Demand

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Amazon Accelerates the Ecommerce Race: Luxury Fashion, Sustainability and Print on Demand

Amazon has revolutionized retail sales and personalized/customized service. Now it looks like the company is taking it to the next level with the addition of a massive digital textile printing investment as part of its luxury stores where Amazon Prime customers can buy a wide range of top luxury fashion labels. This is part of Amazon’s Climate Friendly Pledge, helping customers make sustainable and eco-friendly purchasing decisions. Read more.

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About Debbie McKeegan

Debbie McKeegan is the CEO of TexIntel. As a multi-disciplinary creative and

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With paw print, fashion collection pays tribute to those affected by breast cancer

Lilly Pulitzer is introducing a new original print on a collection that will benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

The Paws for a Cause collection will be in Lilly Pulitzer stores and online Thursday and includes women’s pajamas, robe, leggings, top, scarf, skort, blanket and hat, as well as girls’ T-shirt and leggings. Prices range from $38 to $138.

Handprinted in the Lilly Pulitzer studio, the new print is a whirl of color with pink ribbons, flowers and cats. The collection is a tribute to breast cancer patients, advocates, caregivers, loved ones and thrivers. A few of the styles were designed with input from those who had either gone through cancer treatments or supported someone who did.

This year, Lilly Pulitzer will donate $30,000 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation for the funding of 600 hours of research.

When the new collection launches online, check it out at lillypulitzer.com.

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