- Promotion Expires March 4, 2013
• $29 for Freedom Bra set ($99 value) • Shipping included • Includes three bras: white, black and neutral • Available in S, M, L, XL and XXL • Easy online redemption instructions will be emailed to you on your voucher sent within minutes of your purchase If you are one of the many women still in search of the perfect bra, don’t miss out on this deal from Innovation Factory: $29 for three Freedom Bras (a $99 value). The technology used weaves nylon and spandex into a seamless, breathable pullover bra that conforms to your body's shape and cup size. The result is comfortable separation and support all day long. No more hooks to fumble with, straps that dig in, or wires that pinch. And it machine-washes and dries easily, returning to its original shape every time.
You get three of these revolutionary undergarments-white, black and neutral-with this deal, which works out to less than $8 a bra!
$29 for a 3-piece Freedom Bra set including shipping ($99 value)
- May purchase multiple vouchers. Includes three bras: white, black and neutral. Available in S, M, L, XL and XXL. Shipping is included, but the merchant will not ship to P.O. boxes. No cash back. Must be used in one visit. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion.
Once you purchase this great deal, you will receive an email within minutes containing your voucher. The voucher will have detailed instructions with a direct link to the website where you will redeem this deal.
Please allow 2 weeks for delivery upon redemption
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A New York socialite named Mary Phelps Jacob patented the "Backless Brassiere" in 1914. She sold the patent for $1,500 after being convinced by her husband that the product could not turn into a viable business. During the next 30 years, the company that purchased the patent made more than $15 million off the design.