Caboodles Cases Are On Sale For $16 At JCPenney
Remember these?! Get one before they're gone!
If you grew up in the 1980s or 1990s, you likely remember Caboodles. The pastel-colored makeup organizers held tons of products to keep you looking your best, but could also be used to organize pretty much anything. Mine, for example, was used to hold Barbie accessories. That’s right, I was super cool.
If you missed these sleek plastic organizers from your past, we have good news. Just like Freezy Freakies gloves, Teddy Ruxpin, the original My Little Pony dolls and some other favorites from the 1980s, Caboodles are back!
Not only can you find Caboodles organizers at JCPenney.com, but now through Sept. 24, you can buy them for as low as $8.50! All you have to do is head to JCPenney.com, choose one of two sizes and a variety of colors, then use code “6savebig” at checkout and you’ll get an extra 15 percent off a purchase under $100, or 25 percent off you spend $100 throughout the store. Thanks to a fall sale, you will also earn $10 in JCPenney Bonus Bucks for every $50 you spend.
Take a look at the Caboodles you can choose from and how much they will cost depending on how much you spend:
Caboodles Vintage On The Go Girl
This full-sized Caboodles case comes in purple, sea foam, sea foam and lavender, sea foam and peach and pink and black. Originally $19, you’ll be able to purchase it for $16.15 if you are spending less than $100, or $14.25 if you spend $100 or more.
Caboodles Vintage Pretty In Petite
This smaller, “petite” Caboodles case is available in peach, peach and sea foam and pink and black. You’ll get it for $8.50 if you spend less than $100 and $7.50 if you spend more than $100.
How cute! Will you be heading to JCPenney.com and picking up some Caboodles?
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