Enjoy this Christmas Gift with orders over $220
It's the holiday season so for our lovely Queen Bee customers we are giving this FREE* Red Nursing Scarf valued at $32.95 with all orders over $220 - just in time for Christmas.
This Dote Nursing Scarf is the perfect festive touch for a nursing mum and its compact size is great to add to your baby bag. It's made of a soft cotton blend jersey fabric and simply slips on over your head.
If your order is over $220 AUD we will simply include the Nursing Scarf with your order - there is no need for any promo code
Wishing all our Queen Bee customers a very lovely Christmas,
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
1. Only while stocks last, the Dote Red Nursing Scarf will automatically be packed with all orders over $220 AUD in value in one transaction (excluding any shipping or gift wrapping charges)
2. This offer is valid for orders placed from Saturday 10th December 2016 (Sydney time) - only while stocks last
3. Limit of 1 free Dote Red Nursing Scarf per eligible customer transaction
4. If you return items so that your order value falls less than $220 AUD then $32.95 will be deducted from your return amount if you decide to keep the nursing scarf
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