Old Navy jeans are on sale for $15 or less right now

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You can never have too many pairs of jeans, especially when those jeans cost less than cheap Chinese take-out. Old Navy is selling select denim for $15 or less, and the sale will have you adding countless pairs to your cart. From dark washes to light washes and straight leg to super skinny options, this sale includes all your favorite styles.

Old Navy is known for having major deals all year long, and right now is no different. The site is currently running a clearance sale of up to 75 percent off, with some buys costing just $2.99. And while those steals are incredible, the jean prices at Old Navy are simply an outrageous value.

It’s hard to find a pair of jeans from the retailer that is currently more than $25 on its website — between the previously mentioned clearance sale, a random 25 percent off sale on some items and other killer markdowns. With almost every pair of jeans the retailer carries at some sort of discount, this is the perfect time to stock up on denim.

If you have $15 to spare, here are some buys that won’t break your budget.

Shop: Original Straight Jeans, $11.23

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Shop: Mid-Rise Dark-Wash Super Skinny Jeans, $15

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Shop: Mid-Rise Black Super Skinny Jeans, $15

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Shop: Super Skinny Pull-On Dark Jeggings, $15 (Orig. $29.99)

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Shop: Super Skinny Pull-On Medium Wash Jeggings, $15 (Orig. $29.99)

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Shop: Mid-Rise Light Super Skinny Ankle Jeans, $14.98 (Orig. $34.99)

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