Gymboree Canada Fill-A-Bag Sale: 30% Off Everything


*Offer valid for 30% off your entire purchase beginning December 12, 2011 for a limited time. In stores, discount will be taken at register. Online prices reflect discount.

Gymboree’s Fill-A-Bag sale is on right now, where you receive 30% off your entire purchase. This is my favourite Gymboree promo because it applies to sale and clearance items as well. If I remember correctly, they had this same promo on Boxing Day, so if you want to beat the crowds you can shop now.

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13 responses to “Gymboree Canada Fill-A-Bag Sale: 30% Off Everything”

  1. Anna says:

    Does the free shipping with $50 apply to Canada? Are duties applied, if so about how much?

  2. Amber says:

    I also wanted to let people know if they do order from Gymboree, buy a 20% off coupon cide from e-bay. I got one for .99 yesterday and saved me $40 on my online order. Always very worth it. They usually come in the americian Parents magazines.

  3. Stef says:

    Free shipping never applies to Canada…sigh…..and you will be charged duty and taxes on delivery. Expect to pay about 30% (rough estimate) extra in fees.

  4. kris says:

    i never find anything at gymboree 🙁 maybe i o for the stuff that is too cutesy,lol.

  5. Krista says:

    I was in yesterday, when FAB started. Great sale, especially stacked with a coupon!

  6. Denise says:

    the online store tends to add items somewhere between 7:30 and 8:30 am I have noticed – often a good time to pick up bargain buys from clearance or hard to find sizes (the fill a bag and the ebay coupon – bought two today for $2.99 make for really good deals and somewhat make up for the shipping and customs fees) I find that even with customs fees shopping online is less expensive than shopping in store at the Canadian stores.

  7. Jeannette says:

    Duties and brokerage fees usually double the cost of my order $25-$40. Luckily my mom lives near the border so I just get my stuff shipped to the border crossing and get her to pick it up. I always make sure my order coincides with her planned travel and I only buy clearance merchandise. Even with brokerage fees and duty though I find it cheaper than purchasing merchandise in the Canadian stores.

  8. shopaholic says:

    You don’t have to buy a coupon this time. If you go to offer a 20% off coupon. Use as many email addresses as you want 🙂

  9. ikarps says:

    Can you use the 20% off coupon with the “fill a bag” deal?

  10. Kerry (ryry) says:

    You can use a coupon with FAB.

  11. Evelynn Spanos says:

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    Until next time


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