Shop For A Cause




Need to get some back-to-school shopping done? Had your eye on something you've been meaning to buy? Why not accomplish errands or treat yourself to something fun at Macy's during the March of Dimes Shop For A Cause event.Since 2006, Macy's Shop For A Cause has partnered with non-profit organizations nationwide to raise more than $38 million for their ongoing charitable efforts.On August 27, shop at a Macy's for specials and great deals that help infants. Once you purchase the $5 pass, all of which will benefit the March of Dimes, you receive 25 percent off at any Macy's store or at macys.com. The discount applies to regular, sale and clearance items including many brands that are usually excluded from deals. You can also save 10 percent on some electrics/electronics, watches, furniture, mattresses and rugs.There will also be a chance to enter to win a $500 Macy's gift card.Click here to purchase your pass. Once you've paid, you can print out or save your pass.
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