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Clap it up, folks: Kate Spade Saturday, the much-anticipated little sister brand to Kate Spade New York, has finally arrived. Considering the original brand is well-known for its digital savviness, the lower-priced version naturally follows suit. Hop over the jump for everything you'll want to know while shopping Saturday.com.

1. Shipping costs: Free to all 50 states, $10 for two-day, and $20 to 2 day.

2. Returns: You have 30 days to return full-price merch, but only 14 days to return sale merch. Final sale (50% off items before promo codes) are non-returnable. They're also free!

3. Exchanges: Nope.

4. Price adjustments Yes! Price adjustments are honored within 7 days of the original purchase date and will be refunded in the original form of payment.

5. Saturday's points system: You can win anything from pencils to a bag based on points you're awarded with an account. But how do you earn these points? Every way you might expect—from buying things to sharing pics on social media. For a full how-to list, head here.

6. Fun extras: If you check out the "Featured Shops" tab, you'll find a variety of useful info/fun stuff to do. First there's the design-your-own weekender bag option for your personalized take on the Saturdays look. Also, they've furnished shoppers with a so-called F.Y.I. Guide. Here you'll find styling ideas for several of the line's key pieces. Lastly, there's you're token lookbook (for even MORE styling ideas) and a color-centric version. First up? Spotlights on yellow. Happy shopping!
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