Cheap Wedding Shoes

March 1, 2011

in Wedding Attire

Wedding ShoesUse this double deal to get a great deal on shoes! There are lots of wedding shoe options (both women’s shoes and men’s tuxedo shoes). Here is how you can do it:

STEP ONE: Start at Ebates. If you do not have an account there then you will get an additional $5 when you sign up.

STEP TWO: Use the Ebates link to go to JCPenney.com

STEP THREE: Search for the term “wedding shoes”.  All shoes get free shipping so if you want something other than wedding shoes browse the other shoes! Choose what you want (at least $25).

STEP FOUR: Use the coupon code SPENDIT to get $10 off your order of $25.

STEP FIVE: Ebates will automatically credit your account with another 3% of your order.

There are toddler shoes on sale for $14.99, men and women’s sandals on sale for as low as $7.99 for two pairs, boots for 50% off, and lots more deals! $25 in shoes will cost you $14.55 (shipped)!

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sir rob March 1, 2011 at 10:55 am

Every time I visits your blog, I always remember my wedding the video that they made for us.

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Jaime March 2, 2011 at 7:26 am

These shoes are adorable! Forget wedding shoes, I want them for all occasions! Too cute!

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Heidi March 4, 2011 at 10:46 pm

They are cute!

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Gina March 5, 2011 at 8:12 pm

Great tips! I’ve also seen some online shoe sites offering deals through the daily deal sites like Groupon and Mamapedia.

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Heidi March 7, 2011 at 12:05 am

There are so many deal sites now that I have a hard time keeping up with them! They have some great wedding deals though. I’ve seen deals on wine, limousines, shoes, and favors.

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Elvie March 6, 2011 at 5:58 am

weddings are always expensive, it’s good to get a cheap shoes to go along with the wedding dress.

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Heidi March 7, 2011 at 12:11 am

So true!

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