December 11, 2018

The Children's Place

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Keep your tots fashionable and your wallet slim by accessing the latest deals at The Children's Place. We've gathered current coupons plus advice for smart shopping at your favorite kids clothing store.


    25% off with email sign up.


    5% off any order for PLACE card members.

23 Tips and Tricks to Save Money at The Children's Place

The Children's Place offers fashionable, quality clothing at decent prices. You can get really great deals for your little ones if you time your shopping just right and do a little planning before you hit the mall. Here are 23 strategies for stretching your kid-clothing budget further at The Children's Place.


1. Get discounts in your inbox
If you haven't registered to receive emails about upcoming sales, new arrivals, and in-store events, you're missing out on some serious savings. When you sign up to receive email alerts, you'll get a 25% off coupon good towards your next purchase at The Children's Place.

2. Become a MyPLACE Rewards member
The MyPLACE Rewards program is an easy way to earn points towards money-saving rewards certificates. Members earn 5 points for every $1 they spend in the store or online, and if you spend more than $250 per year, you'll get bumped up to 6 points per $1.

3. Know what your points are worth
If you're not keeping track of your MyPLACE points, you could be missing out on valuable savings. Once you reach 1,000 points, you'll earn a $5 reward certificate. If you can hold out until you've racked up 4,000 points, the value goes up to $20.

4. Join the club
One of the benefits of MyPLACE rewards membership is enrollment in The Children's Place birthday club. You can register yourself and up to four children aged 14 or younger to earn a special treat (like a coupon) each year on your birthdays.


5. Shop the sales to get the most mileage out of your rewards
To qualify for a $5 off certificate from MyPLACE rewards, you'll have to spend a minimum of $200. While you shouldn’t spend money just to get a reward, if you wait until the big sales and stock up, you’ll be getting multiple savings — a lower bill now and a certificate for spending later on. Make a point of shopping during the store’s winter and summer Monster Sale events to get the most bang for your buck.

6. Get The Children's Place Credit Card
If you're responsible about using credit cards, you might want to check out the one offered by The Children's Place (however, since retailers’ card usually have high interest rates, you should only do this if you’ll pay off your balance every month). You'll get 20% off your first purchase just for signing up, along with 5% off every future use. You'll also get 100 MyPLACE rewards points as an added bonus. This is a good deal if you have multiple kids and you plan to be a Children’s Place shopper for many more years. You may find you could benefit more by using a cash back credit card instead.

7. See if any of your credit cards have partnered with The Children’s Place
Before you make an online purchase, look into whether you can get a deal by using a particular credit card already in your wallet. Discover cardholders, for instance, can earn a 10% cash back bonus when they shop at The Children's Place through Discover Deals.

8. Save your next shopping date for a store event
The Children's Place regularly hosts store events, and making the trek to the mall can be worth some serious dough. The Friends and Family Event, for instance, typically features a storewide promotion allowing shoppers to earn 30% off everything they buy.

9. Check out The Children's Place on Facebook
The Children's Place regularly posts updates to its Facebook page, which makes it easy to see when new sales are starting or current ones are winding down. From time to time, you'll also find links to special promotions and discount codes for extra savings.

10. Become a follower on Twitter
Twitter is another valuable resource for tracking down deals. In addition to coupons for online shopping, you can see tips and tricks for keeping your kids' clothes in good condition.

11. Download the app
If you want to be able to manage your MyPLACE reward points, check out the latest sales, and make purchases on the go, you'll want to install The Children's Place App, available on iTunes and the Google Play store.

12. Look for outlet stores near you
For a guaranteed bargain, see if you can find a Children’s Place outlet store (use the store locator here) near you. Some of the clothing is not in season or is not as fashionable as what is sold in the regular store, but you’ll still find many items that will be hard to resist purchasing — and anything you buy will be at a discount.

13. Scout out the coupon sites
The Internet is chock full of coupon and deal sites like Brad's Deals, where you can find promo codes and printable coupons for all your favorite stores. A quick search for The Children's Place should yield links to discounts for online and in-store shopping.

14. Shop out of season
If you’re good at gauging how your children will grow, stick to the clearance racks and stock up on items that your kids will be able to wear six months to a year from now. This is usually not a good strategy for sneakers, but getting a bunch of T-shirts for a steal (at least half off or, sometimes, just $2.99 each) will pay off down the road.

15. Time online purchases carefully
Normally, you'll pay anywhere from $5 to $25 to have your online order shipped, but The Children's Place periodically offers free shipping deals when you spend a certain amount. These offers are usually only good for a few days at most, so you'll have to check the site regularly to make sure you don't miss out.


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16. Stack coupons when possible
There are some specific guidelines about using coupons or promo codes, and you're typically limited to one per transaction. There is an exception, however, if you're redeeming a reward certificate or a promo code in conjunction with your PLACE store card or if there's a free shipping promotion in place.

17. Pay extra for gift wrapping
While MyPLACE reward points can't be earned on gift card purchases, you can get them when you have your items gift wrapped. Not only are you saving yourself time by having someone else put a pretty bow on it for you, but you're also getting that much closer to your next reward certificate.

18. Never pay full price for accessories
The racks of headbands and leg warmers can easily win over browsers, but smart shoppers know they will be marked down at some point (or they are not special enough to pay full price). It can be easy to fill your shopping bag with extra items when you’re getting deals in other parts of the store. These are the type of purchases where you should keep your budget in check.


19. Keep a close eye on prices
While The Children's Place doesn't have a price matching policy for items sold by competitors, it will meet its own best price if something goes on sale within 7 days of purchase. Price adjustments apply only if you originally paid full retail for the item. Know that you'll need your receipt to get your money back.

20. Make note of the return policy
If you need to return something to The Children's Place, you'll want to make sure you don't put it off too long. In order to get your cash back, you have to return unwashed, unworn items with the original tags and a copy of your receipt within 45 days. If you return something later than that, your refund will be restricted to store credit.

21. Offer your feedback
If you've got time to share your thoughts, you could earn a discount. All you have to do is take a quick online survey to get 20% off your next purchase of $30 or more.

22. Become a part-time employee
If you're really committed to saving more money at The Children's Place and you've got some extra time on your hands, you could always get a job at your local store. Employees get 30% off their purchases, which is a nice reward for your hard work. You may find picking up some extra hours around the busy holiday season could pay off in more ways than one.

23. Save on return visits
One of the ways that The Children's Place gets customers to keep coming back is by offering coupons good towards your next in-store visit. The best time to get these kinds of deals is in August and September, when back to school shopping is at its peak, and in November and December when holiday shoppers are hitting the stores.

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