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Annual Tour Sale: 40% Off

July 01, 2014

Yellow Jersey Changes—Get 40% Off

Pactimo is excited to once again feature our annual sale, celebrating the month of July and the Tour!

This year we will be offering 40% off select items for 12 hours (from noon – midnight Mountain Time), every time the yellow jersey changes hands.

Make sure you follow us on Twitter or Facebook or check our Shop Home Page for the applicable coupon that day.

Enjoy the Tour, it should be exciting this year!

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NOTE: Coupon does not apply to Artist or Specialty Series, Jerseys for a Cause, Outlet or Custom Clothing. 



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