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It’s not every day that an iconic brand like Coach gives away one of its luxe products for free. But in light of the holidays and the spirit of giving, that’s exactly what the retailer is doing.
For a limited time, when you spend $250 or more, you’ll receive a free gift from Coach. Just use code “VIPGIFT” at checkout and you’ll end up with a little luxury surprise in your shipment.
Now, what exactly is the Coach free gift? Although we don’t have all the details, we do know the mystery item is an accessory worth $85. So whether you’re browsing handbags or shopping Jennifer Lopez’s new collection, you now have a little more incentive to buy.
And if this isn’t enough to entice you to peek around the retailer, perhaps its diverse sale section is. Right now, you can score up to 50 percent off on a variety of designer goodies, including handbags, wallets and shoes.
For example, we spotted the popular Central Tote available for over $100 off. Additionally, you can take home the Kitt Crossbody Bag for less than $110. And these top-rated white CitySole Sneakers are up for grabs for $75, if you want some casual kicks for your closet.
To help you narrow down your search (and to get you that Coach free gift), check out these must-have Coach items worth shopping.
Shop: Central Tote With Zip, $177 (Orig. $295)
Shop: Parker Top Handle With Quilting, $315 (Orig. $450)
Shop: Callie Foldover Chain Clutch With Metal Tea Rose, $276.50 (Orig. $395)
Shop: Rambler Crossbody, $237 (Orig. $395)
Shop: Troupe Tote, $486.50 (Orig. $695)
Shop: Accordion Zip Wallet In Colorblock Signature Canvas, $157.50 (Orig. $225)
Shop: Citysole Court Sneaker, $75 (Orig. $150)
Shop: Janelle Boot, $175, (Orig. $350)
Shop: Thin Metal Pilot Sunglasses, $101.50 (Orig. $145)
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