You already love Old Navy for its flip-flops and pajamas and general go-tos, but you might adore the retailer even more when you read about all these additional (under-the-radar) ways to save.

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Store Markdowns Typically Happen on Sundays and Mondays

It can vary from store to store, but for the most part, Old Navy rotates (and discounts) its merch at the end of a long weekend.

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But Flash Sales Are Advertised Starting Thursday

That’s when Old Navy updates its in-store signage—for example, the fact that flip-flops are on a two-for-one sale.

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Combining Store Coupons Is A-OK

Seriously, you can use up to five promotional codes at a time. Savings score.

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But You Could Get Better Savings if You Shop Online

FYI: The brick-and-mortar stores actually operate independently from OldNavy.com. That means the brand could be running an online-only promotion of 40 percent off, but you’ll save zilch if you shop in the store. However, if you are in a store, it never hurts to peep the website for deals. Mention it to the cashier and they should honor the online promotion, no questions asked.

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If You Can, Wait Until Old Navy Gives Out “Super Cash” to Shop

This program basically rewards you for money spent, but it only happens a handful of times a year. You can check the website to find out when it’s going on. (For example, right now you can earn a $10 credit for every $25 spent.)

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Subscribe to Receive Emails and Get Bonus Savings

Everything from free-shipping promo codes to special birthday coupons. You’ll even get 30 percent off your next purchase just for signing up.

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Or Sign Up for Text Messages About Discounts

All you have to do is input your mobile number and, boom, you’re subscribed to be the first in the know about the latest sales.

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