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Gap Will Recycle Your Old Jeans and Give You 30% off New Ones

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Starting tomorrow and through October 20, donate old, worn, and torn denim to your local Gap store to get 30% off new Gap 1969 jeans—and Facebook fans of the line get an additional 10% off. Gap will recycle your old jeans into insulation to help keep homes warm and conserve energy this winter.
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