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$1 flip-flops are back for Old Navy cardholders

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Flip-flops from Old Navy are a summer wardrobe staple that will never go out of style. The retailer’s annual $1 flip-flop sale is here once again, just in time for the official start of summer.

As of today, May 22, shoppers who have an Old Navy credit card are able to snag solid-colored flip-flops for just one dollar when using the code HOLLA. This offer is good through May 29.

There’s no official word yet on when the sale will open up to non-cardholders, but in years past, that usually happens around mid-June.

Until then, you can still score solid-colored flip-flops for just $3, marked down from an original price of $3.99.

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The sale applies to flip-flops in women’s, men’s and kids’ sizes, so the whole family can step out in style. There is a limit of 10 per transaction, or, if you buy online, the limit is five per transaction.

If you’re in search of flip-flops with a little more pizazz than just solid colors, patterned flip-flops are marked down as well.

Originally priced at $4.99, you can get patterned flip-flops in fun prints, including stripes, dots, leopard-print and fruity images like watermelons and pineapples for just $4.50.

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Flip-flops aren’t the only summer gear on sale at Old Navy right now. All tees, tanks, shorts and swimwear pieces are now 50% off.

You can shop the sales online, and depending on your location, you can shop in-store as well.

In response to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Old Navy has also introduced the option of contactless curbside pickup. Simply place your order online, and choose curbside pickup at checkout.

Orders made before 2 p.m. are ready within just two hours on the same day. You’ll get an email with a phone number, and when you arrive at the store, you call the number. An associate will come out to the car and check your receipt before placing the order in your trunk.

Kate Streit @StreitIsRight

Kate Streit lives in Chicago. She enjoys stand-up comedy, mystery novels, memoirs, summer and pumpkin spice anything.

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