Call it Spring's 20% student discount

Don’t Miss out on Call it Spring’s, a retailer of men’s and women’s shoes, 20% student discount every Wednesdays.

All you need is a valid student card to qualify.

This discount is offered nationwide.




http://www.callitspring.com/international
 
 

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