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Tax day deal at Banana Republic with 2 coupons for 25% off

Banana Republic coupons on tax dayIn celebration of tax day, Banana Republic is putting all regular-priced merchandise on sale by 25% off. Use coupon code TAXBREAK25 at checkout. This code expires April 18. Valid in stores and online.

One time use per customer. If you're interested, here are more tax day freebies and discounts compiled by yours truly.

Caveats: not valid at Banana Republic Factory Stores, Edition by Banana Republic, gift cards, packaging, taxes, shipping, and handling. No adjustments on previous purchases. Cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts.

You can also get an extra 25% off women's and petite sale items using coupon code BRSALE25 online only. It expires April 18. Excludes Men's and Men's Big and Tall markdown merchandise, Edition by Banana Republic, Banana Republic Stores or Banana Republic Factory Stores. Excludes gift cards, online gift certificates, packaging, taxes, shipping & handling, and payment of a Banana Republic account.

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