Want $50 in Free Clothes?


How would you like $50 in free clothes? It’s Easy just follow these instructions!!

Please follow them closely. You can get $20 dollars free in clothes with a non referral at www.schoola.com

Or by using my link you’ll get $25 dollars free in clothes. Please use a desktop computer, must be a new first time user.

To use my link Go Here:Schoola

Start off by clicking on the link above this takes you to their website under “friend referral”, In the upper right corner, click Join/Sign-In. Then create your account. This will put $15 cash credit into your account (you won’t see it until you fill your cart).

Then click the Collection tab at the top, and at the bottom of that drop-down it says Create New CollectionAll you have to do is name it and add one item (any item), and that will give you another $10 credit.

A new screen will pop up and on the left side where you can click create a collection and select your preferences. Make sure and save the collection (this is what adds that other $10 dollars to your account).
Now just browse the website and add $50 worth of clothing to your bag/cart. Here’s a tip: the collection button has an under $5 section which will get you the most of your money.

Once you’re ready to check out, go to your cart and enter APPORTUNITY as the coupon code which will take 50% off. 

You should now see the $25 worth of discounts plus an additional $25 off for the 50% discount.  Your purchase will be totally free WITH free shipping! The clothes are secondhand so they are less expensive too! It does ask you to put in your credit card information or paypal –  but the total is $0!

People located in California or Ohio may be charged tax on their purchase.

Your credit is good for 60 days, always check the provided description of the clothing if it says blemished it’ll provide details of any flaws.

Thanks for reading and enjoy the free clothes!!!

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