To support Got Your 6 and its nonprofit partners, Macy’s is kicking off a nationwide campaign to support those who have served our country with “Got Your 6 Saturday” on Saturday, May 17. During “Got Your 6 Saturday,” shoppers can give $3 at any register and get 25 percent off all day, plus enjoy exciting events in store. Customers who miss “Got Your 6” Saturday can still support America’s veterans from May 18 through May 26, by making a donation at the register to receive a savings pass for a 20 percent discount on select regular, sale and clearance apparel for him, her and kids and extra 15 percent on all sale, clearance, select regular-priced home items, shoes, coats, suits, dresses, intimates, men's suit separates and sportcoats, fine and fashion jewelry and watches. Note that some exclusions and restrictions apply. One hundred percent of the $3 donation will be donated to Got Your 6 and its nonprofit partners to empower returning veterans and military families. Visit macys.com/gotyour6 for more information.
“American Icons” Product
From the beaches of California and the streets of New York to Nashville’s music scene and Utah’s Monument Valley, Macy’s takes customers on a cross-country journey to discover the unique style and inspiration that comes from America’s most captivating destinations. In Macy’s stores across the country and on macys.com, shoppers can look forward to fashion and home merchandise featuring timeless summer silhouettes, patriotic hues, bold prints and modern interpretations of classic American elements woven throughout various brand assortments. Now through the end of June, customers will also be able to shop for exclusive, specially-curated collections from American’s most sought-after brands including Calvin Klein White Label, Tommy Hilfiger, I.N.C. International Concepts, MICHAEL Michael Kors, Nautica, Finish Line, and more. From free-spirited looks to buttoned-up classics to more modern silhouettes, customers will find something for everyone when shopping Macy’s American Icons merchandise this spring.