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We’ve got another great giveaway lined up for you.

Vegan Cuts is an online marketplace that brings together healthy snacks, cruelty-free fashions, and natural body care that anyone would love—even if they’re not vegan. They offer weekly flash sales with discounts up to 60% off retail, busting the myth that it’s expensive to be a vegan.

Jill & John, the founders, are a vegan couple who believe that more people would eat and shop like vegans if it was easy to find affordable, high-quality vegan products. You can shop at Vegan Cuts knowing no animals were harmed in the making of the goods they carry, and that they’ve curated only top-notch brands across all categories. Vegan Cuts newsletter subscribers are always the first to know about new sales, but you can also keep up with them on FacebookTwitter and Pinterest.

We’re excited to offer a $75 Shopping Spree at Vegan Cuts to one lucky winner. Enter to win on our Facebook page by September 20, 2012! All contest rules are located there.

Don’t want to wait? Head on over to Vegan Cuts and shop to your heart’s content. As an Ecorazzi reader, you can save an additional 15% off your order with code ECO15. Expires 9/20/12. Discount does not apply to shipping. No minimum purchase.

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