By peoplestaff225
Updated February 02, 2008 10:02 AM
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The big game (AKA the Super Bowl) is on Sunday, in case you didn’t know. And while many are debating Manning (Eli not Peyton!) versus Brady, we’re just glad it isn’t a Federal Holiday, so we can continue to shop. Don’t get it wrong, the Super Bowl is great, and so are the ads and all the food, but we love a good excuse to shop! And that’s where 9 Months To Grow has made us so happy.

Every year they have a huge Super Bowl Sale (on Super Bowl Sunday of course) in the store and this year they’ve decided to invite their web customers in on the fun. The Super Bowl Saleis an invitation only event, but they’ve decided that CBB readers deserve to be in the know, too!

Click continue reading below to find out how to get your savings!

From 12PM to 5PM (CST) on Sunday, February 3, 2008 all clothing on 9monthstogrow.com will be 42% OFF!! Use coupon code sb42 to get your discount. The discount applies to ALL clothing, regular and sale priced.

Keep in mind that, all purchases made during this sale may only be returned for anexchange or store credit.Accessories, bras, diaper bags, hosiery, skincare, bellabands, bradiscs, diapees & wipees, car seat covers — anything that is notclothing is not included in the sale. You can put those items in yourcart and the code will attach the discount to those items, but whenyour sale is processed in the store the discount will not be deductedfrom those items.

9 Months to Grow can not hold items, nor will they be doing rain checks. They have alot of merchandise, but items will sell fast and they will be sold onfirst ordered, first served basis. They will try to keep up with theirsellouts, but please be patient because some items may become unavailablequickly. If you have any questions please call them Friday or Saturday at866-297-9823. They will not answering the phone during the sale, so call early if you have questions!

What are you waiting for? Hop over to 9monthstogrow.com and start checking out their merchandise, there’s nothing wrong with planning your attack. After all isn’t the Super Bowl all about strategy? Happy Shopping!