Old Navy’s popular annual $1 flip flop sale is set for Saturday.
During the in-store only “One Dolla Holla Sale,” select styles of the popular footwear in solid colors are just $1 a pair. The flip flops usually cost $3.99.
“Were adding great solid colors across all sizes for the family, and this year, including our printed flip flops in fun icons for just $2,” saidJennifer Baceda, Old Navys vice president of womens shoes and accessories.
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$1 DOLLA HOLLA IS BACK!
score $1 flip-flops on 6/23 in-stores only ワ
— Old Navy Official (@OldNavy) June 18, 2018
Theres a limit of 10 pairs per customer and the dealis available while supplies last.
The discount retailerowned by Gapstarted the annual sale on its backless rubbersandals in 2005. Last year’s one-day sale was also online but thisyear the only way to save is at Old Navy stores nationwide.
Flip flop fans are expected to flock to stores early so plan accordingly.
Some stores will have extended hours June 23 and hours will be posted at www.oldnavy.com.
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San Antonio: Embrace the summer heat with an affordable summer vacation to Texas emerging city, San Antonio. Plenty of free attractions, including the Alamo, plus low costs for food and drink make it an affordable summer vacation. Round-trip airfare averages around $300 round-trip from both Los Angeles and New York City for the summer months. Sean Pavone, Getty Images/iStockphotoFullscreen Zanzibar: If Tanzanias Zanzibar is on your bucket list, dont wait to book this summer vacation at an affordable rate. For the most savings, fly into Dar es Salaam via a stopover in Istanbul with Turkish Airlines, Abu Dhabi with Etihad, or Dubai with Emirates. This way, you can get two vacations for the price of one flight. Moiz Husein, Getty Images/iStockphotoFullscreen Washington, D.C., metro area: D.C. is WalletHubs top destination for summer travel this year, and with average domestic airfare at $300 to DCA for the season, you can travel to the city cheaply from almost any U.S. city, with the least expensive month for airfare in September. An abundance of free attractions including all of the Smithsonian museums and the zoo keep costs low without sacrificing fun. Getty Images/iStockphotoFullscreen Orlando: While the weather and crowds are at their peak, median airfare and nightly hotel rates are lower this summer in Orlando. Median round-trip airfare from U.S. and Canadian destinations is about $200, with nightly hotel rates hovering around $125. Sean Pavone, Getty Images/iStockphotoFullscreen Budapest, Hungary: Another affordable European destination for this summer is Budapest. Here, youll get two cities for the price of one Buda and Pest, separated by the Danube River. With new routes from American Airlines launching this summer to/from Philadelphia, competition is driving airfare prices down. Andrey Danilovich, Getty Images/iStockphotoFullscreen Tahiti: If youre located on the West Coast, this year is one of the most affordable times to head to Tahiti. Why? This May, French budget airline Frenchbee launched non-stop service from San Francisco (SFO) to Tahiti (PPT). Searches for summer airfare yield results well under $1,000 round-trip, which is unheard of for this exotic destination. Travel in August to take advantage of fares under $750 round-trip. Getty Images/iStockphotoFullscreen Denver: With mild weather and plenty of museums to explore, Denver is a family-friendly and affordable summer vacation this year. According to WalletHubs Best Places to Visit in Summer, Denver ranks sixth, earning a spot for its low travel costs and minimal hassles. KAYAKs 2018 Travel Hacker guide also lists median airfare to Denver under $250 round-trip from the U.S. and Canada for the summer months, and median hotel nightly rates around $150. Getty Images/iStockphotoFullscreen Albania: Summer is arguably the best time for a European vacation because of the great weather and easy accessibility, but popular cities are crowded and expensive. Check out Albania as an alternative to pricey Mediterranean destinations. While direct airline routes are hard to come by from the U.S., Tirana (the countrys main international airport) recently opened up routes with Wizz Air, and has affordable fares from London-area airports for under $200 round-trip. Getty Images/iStockphotoFullscreen San Jose del Cabo, Mexico: Youll find savings and a favorable exchange rate in Mexico this summer. Skip out on party-centric Cabo San Lucas and head to the other Cabo, San Jose del Cabo, instead. Low airfare to Cabo stands out this season; the average cost of a round-trip flight to/from Los Angeles is around $300 and $500 to/from New York City. Getty Images/iStockphotoFullscreen San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua: If youre looking for an affordable but exotic beach getaway, check out Nicaraguas Pacific Coast. Often overlooked by U.S. travelers, Nicaragua is only a three-hour flight from Atlanta and has a very favorable exchange rate ($1 USD to C$31 NIO). Youll find San Juan del Sur about an hour-and-a-half drive from the main city of Managua. Getty Images/iStockphotoFullscreenLike this topic? You may also like these photo galleries:Replay1 of 102 of 103 of 104 of 105 of 106 of 107 of 108 of 109 of 1010 of 10AutoplayShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext Slide
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