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7 ways to save at Old Navy

Old Navy might not be the biggest retailer on the block, but it is among the most beloved. In fact, a survey by the National Retail Federation says Old Navy's website is shoppers' ninth most preferred e-commerce site. That places it ahead of Sears, Nordstrom, Home Depot and even my personal favorite, Costco. Think of Old Navy as the younger, more affordable sibling to Gap and Banana Republic — all three are owned by parent company, Gap Inc.
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