Free Tummy Tie Offer this long weekend
As a special treat for our wonderful customers, receive this FREE TummyTie pants extender with all orders over $180 value this long weekend.
The Tummy Tie pants extender (valued at $19.95) is designed to allow you to wear your regular pants for longer. Benefits of TummyTie® include
- the elastic expands with your waisteline
- your pants, skirt and jeans sit flat
- designed for front, side and back fastening garments
- the unique function of the TummyTie being threaded through the buttonhole & reattaching to your own button eliminates the need for a fabric panel in the front of your pants
- discreet colour and design
- saves you money
- each pack includes 2 black tummy ties (11cm and 15cm) and 1 white tummy tie (11cm)
If your order is over $180 AUD we will simply include the TUMMYTIE with your order - there is no need for any promo code or to add them to your cart.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
1. tummy tie will automatically be packed with all orders over $180 AUD in value (excluding any shipping charges)
2. offer valid from 6th-8th June 2015 AEST
3. limit 1 free tummy tie pack per eligible customer
4. if the order value returned falls less than $180 AUD then $19.95 will be deducted from your return amount
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