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Last-Chance Winter Steals: Gap Cords for $7, Extra 60% Off at American Eagle

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Fashionistas, now is the time to take advantage of the best deals on winter apparel. That's why this week's best clothing deals are full of jaw-dropping discounts on last season's looks. Grab a pair of Gap cords for just $7, save $42 on a Jos. A. Bank button-down, and save an extra 60% on American Eagle clearance.

  1. Gap 1969 CordsGap Men's 1969 Slim Fit Cords
    Store: Gap
    Price: $7.49 via coupon code "SUPER" with $7 s&h
    Lowest By: $52
    Expires: January 31

    Is It Worth It?: There are plenty of cold days left to take advantage of this awesome, Editors' Choice offer on the Gap 1969 Slim Fit cords in Blue Slate. After the coupon above, these pants drop to the insane price of $7, saving you a whopping $52 off list. They come in select sizes from 28x30 to 38x34.

    Shopping for more previous-season goodies? Gap has knocked up to 75% off select items during its Winter Sale. Plus, coupon code "SUPER" slashes an extra 50% off. Combined, that's tied as the best set of discounts we've seen on sale items and the second-best extra percent-off coupon we've ever seen from Gap. Shipping adds $7, or spend $50 or more to bag free shipping. Some exclusions may apply.

  2. Jos. A. Bank TravelerJos. A. Bank Men's Traveler Tailored Spread Collar Stripe Dress Shirt
    Store: Jos. A. Bank
    Price: $17.99 with $5.95 s&h
    Lowest By: $42
    Expires: January 31

    Is It Worth It?: The Jos. A. Bank Traveler dress shirt boasts a tailored fit for guys that like a more streamlined silhouette. Plus, this shirt has been specially treated to remain virtually wrinkle-free throughout the day. You'll save $42 on this handsome button-up, which comes in select sizes from 15/32 to 16/35.

    It's never been easier to shop for office apparel, with Jos. A. Bank slashing prices on a ton of men's clearance dress shirts and ties. (Click the banner to see these deals.) Shipping starts at $5.95, but orders of $50 or more bag free shipping. Prices start at around $10, but sizes may be limited.

  3. Clearance shirtsTarget Men's Clearance Shirts
    Store: Target
    Discount: Deals from $3
    Shipping: From $4.99 s&h

    Is It Worth It?: If you'd rather stock up on weekend wear, Target has discounted a selection of men's clearance shirts, with prices starting from around $3. For instance, the Mossimo Supply Co. Men's Thermal Shirt has been slashed to $6.28, which is 65% off. Shipping starts at $4.99, or get free shipping on orders of $50 or more. (Some items are also available for in-store pickup.) Sizes may be limited.

  4. American EagleAmerican Eagle Outfitters Clearance Sale
    Store: American Eagle Outfitters
    Discount: Extra 60% off
    Shipping: Free shipping
    Expires: February 1

    Is It Worth It?: This American Eagle Outfitters sale is an awesome time to stock your closet with last season's hottest casual looks. All clearance items automatically get an extra 60% off in-cart, which knocks items like this American Eagle Women's AEO Soft Cable Sweater down to just $20 (a $40 savings). And everything ships for free, saving you an additional $7.

  5. Reebok Women's Les Mills Cloud Tank
    Store: Reebok
    Price: $29.38 via coupon code "EXTRA30" with free shipping
    Lowest By: $23

    Is It Worth It?: Stretchy and streamlined, the Reebok Les Mills Cloud tank is an awesome all-around workout shirt. Featuring a built-in racerback bra and PlayDry technology to wick moisture away, this pretty pink tank is perfect for yoga, running, and much more. Coupon code "EXTRA30" drops it to $29, saving you $23. It comes in sizes XS to XL.

    Looking for more sporty gear? Reebok is knocking an extra 30% off all sale items with coupon code "EXTRA30". Better yet, everything qualifies for free shipping.

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Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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