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Backpacks, Messenger Bags and More—Up to 50% Off!

Plum District has released a great new offer that will definitely help us with our back-to-school shopping. You can score a $25.00 voucher to PackMonster.com for only $15.00, and your shipping charges are included! PackMonster carries a wide variety of brands including Jansport, Dakine, High Sierra, Burton, and Dickies. Along with having a great selection of backpacks, they also offer duffles, messenger bags, sling bags, surf and skate packs, hiking bags, totes, and hydration packs. There is sure to be something for everyone!

Want to know a REALLY neat thing about this offer? 20% of the proceeds will be donated to the Manos de Cristo Back-to-School Program. This program is based in Austin, TX and provides children in the area who are living in poverty with a backpack, a set of school supplies, books, and two new sets of clothing.

PackMonster.com Burton Attack Pack $24.63
Use $25.00 Plum District voucher that you paid $15.00 for
Shipping is free
Final Price: $15.00

The same Burton Attack Pack at Amazon is on sale for $29.99 + free shipping. By purchasing the Plum District voucher, you are saving yourself 50%!

Fine Print Reads:

  • Shipping is included.
  • Voucher must be used in 1 transaction.
  • May not be combined with other offers.
  • Limit of 2 vouchers per person and 1 more as a gift.
  • Patagonia merchandise is excluded.
  • Limit of 1 voucher per transaction.
  • Plum District promotional codes may not be used on this steal.

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4 thoughts on “Backpacks, Messenger Bags and More—Up to 50% Off!”

  1. Shawn Osburn says:

    This is a great deal on backpacks! 

  2. Theresesalter says:

    looking for deals on roller backpacks???

    • Jet_md says:

      Roller bags are heavy and I’ve read they are bad for kids’ backs.  So if you ever want your kids to actually put in on their back you might want to reconsider.

    • Most schools ban students from using rolling bags so check with your school before buying something the kids can’t use. =)