The Price Of Prom Is Skyrocketing – To Over $1,000 This Year

The price of prom is expected to reach an all-time high this year with parents and teens spending an estimated $1,078 on the annual spring formal, according to USAToday.

Despite what these troubling headlines may lead you to think, you can still give your teen a night to remember without forgetting budgetary commitments. Peruse the following prom coupons from FreeShipping.org and click your way to savings.

1. Sears
Find great prom styles at Sears, plus take an additional 15-per cent off dress shoes with code SEARSAPRIL.

2. Nordstrom
Enjoy free shipping on all prom dresses, now priced under $150 (no code required).

3. Target
Take 10-per cent off bridesmaid dresses through June 1 with Target promo code TGTMXEA4.

4. Express
Save 30 per cent on women’s dresses through April 23 (no code required).

5. Kohl’s
Get 20-per cent off your purchase through April 28 with promo code SMS5041.

6. Victoria’s Secret
Shop strappy sandals, bold pumps and more with $15 off orders of $100 at Victoria’s Secret through April 19 with code SPRING12.

7. Online Shoes
Save $20 on orders of $90 or more through April 30 with coupon code 20BLOOM.

8. Heels.com
Receive free 2-day shipping on your order (no code required).

9. White House Black Market
Buy one jewelry item and receive 25-per cent off a second item through April 27 (no code required).

10. Ulta
Get free shipping plus take $15 off orders of $75 or more through April 28 with promo code AFP312.

11. TJFormal
Shop the sale section for up to 70-per cent off dresses for prom, plus get free shipping on all orders.

12. House of Brides
Take $25 off the purchase of a prom dress with coupon code PR25. 

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