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Money Saving Tips: Get a Discount Every Time You Shop at Gap and Old Navy

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ways-to-save-at-sapI said this before and it’s worth repeating . . .

In order to travel more, get out of debt, or have extra money in general, you have to be strategic.

If you ignore this, you might be missing out on a achieving a goal you have in mind.

It may sound a little over the top.

I know, but . . .

Here’s Why A Discount Savings Routine is Super Important

Before I reveal my process for a guaranteed discount at Gap and Old Navy, you’ll need to ask yourself:

Can I really do this?


I like to get discounts without exerting much effort. This method works well for time-strapped people who want to maximize savings when shopping. Remind yourself of why you are doing this in the first place.

Brian Tracy once said:

Goals are the fuel in the furnace of achievement.

In an effort to get you excited to get more for your money, I’m giving the idea of super savings an espresso shot of enthusiasm. I’m also giving you a renewed confidence to shop smarter with my tips to spend less every time you shop at Gap and Old Navy.

How to Use the Easy Survey Savings Method

So I’ll stop preaching and explain exactly what I do.


1. After purchasing an item from Old Navy or Gap there is usually a survey at the bottom of the receipt. If you do the survey within a certain time frame, you get a certain percentage off your next purchase. I fill these out every single time I return from a shopping trip. If I don’t do it right when I get home, I tend to forget. As soon as I enter the door, I go right online. So I recommend doing the same.



2. Depending on the survey details at the bottom of the receipt, sometimes you can get 20% off one item or 10% off the whole purchase. Be sure to read the details on the receipt. You can also peek on the website where you do the survey.

3. Once you finish the survey, you have to write down a code on the receipt. Be sure to write it down accurately. There’s a line on the receipt where you can put the code. It only takes 10-15 minutes to complete.

4. Keep your receipt and other coupons in a set location so you can find it when you plan on heading to the store. I like to save them with my rewards cards in my rewards card holder. (It’s really a mini business card holder.) Sometimes I combine this discount with rewards I get from my Gap Visa credit card.
I recently shared my best money saving tips when I discovered a way to get a pair of khaki pants for my daughter for only 85 cents. You don’t have to have the credit card to get the savings from the receipt though. Also, take a peek at a very simple system I use to organize my cards and keep up with my store discounts. See the video below for more details on how I organize my cards and coupons.
Before you forget, do two things:
1. Share it on social media.
2. Email it to a friend that may like it.

That’s a fair trade for this free information. Right? Right. 😉