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At Fabric Mart: Sales and Promotions

Are you a new customer or have you been shopping with us for years?
Do you know about all of our weekly sales to the point that they are scheduled on your own calendar? 

We want you to get the most out of our website and have the best shopping experience possible. 
So we don't want you to miss our promotions! 

First: 
By receiving our emails notifications about current promotions you will be sent the weekly offers listed below as well as many others!

Here are some of the weekly offers you will be notified about: 

Fresh picked fabric of the day! Receive additional savings on this select item. 
But don't delay ordering, this offer is only good for one day! (Ends at Midnight EST)
Check your email or our Facebook page to see what the pick is today. 
This item changes daily. Keep checking back! You might just see something on your wish list! 


We like to get crazy over the weekends and offer one crazy priced fabric.
Check your email or our Facebook page to see what our owner picked. 
This item changes weekly and could be anything from a silk crepe to a designer printed knit.
You'll be surprised and love the price!
But hurry! There is only a limited quantity!



Make sure to check out this section for huge savings! 
This section is a collection of fabrics that are almost sold out.
At Fabric Mart, we buy close outs from factories and designers. 
Therefore when an item is sold out it is sold out for good!
Check this section often and order quickly so you don't miss out! 
Check out our current selection of fabrics in this section: http://www.fabricmartfabrics.com/End-of-the-Line/


Last Chance Fabrics: 
Just what it sounds like, these are the last of a specific designer fabric.
These are sold by the piece, not by the yard. 
This is a great way to grab a designer fabric and sale a little money! 
Check out our current Last Chance Fabrics here: http://www.fabricmartfabrics.com/last-chance-fabrics/


New Arrivals: 
We add new fabrics to our website every day! 
Check this section every time you shop to see what is new. 
We get a variety of fabric, so if you don't see it today, it could come in tomorrow!


And don't forget to check our website and Facebook page for other specials and periodic giveaways!

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