What You'll Get
Image-conscious superheroes wear capes to cover their revealing tights, muscle-ripped T-shirts, and the crescent rolls they stole from the dinner buffet. Gird your own superhero secrets with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of capes and superhero apparel from PowerCapes or tutus and princess accessories from Costume Tutus.
PowerCapes’ premium silken capes, crafted from 11 vibrant colors, pair with superhero accessories for kids and adults looking to live out comic-book glory. Anyone can personify a legend with personalized Superman-style capes ($24.99+) or craft their own crime-fighting abilities with the custom cape builder ($24.99+). Popular premade designs ($19.99+) stop designer's block from obstructing vigilante justice, while assorted children's capes ($19.99+) outfit juvenile masked marauders solving cases of intellectual-property infringement. Additional accessories, such as masks and cuffs ($29.99), complete heroic ensembles with hand-stitched details. Today’s deal is also valid for merchandise from Costume Tutus, allowing little ones to brush up on their cat-burglar stealth and grace in a Pinktastic princess tutu ($24.99).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 20, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per order. Not valid until 6/21/11. Online only. Extra fee for shipping. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Inside everyone is a hero just waiting for the chance to shine. SuperflyKids' collection of customizable, American-made capes, masks, shirts, and cuffs brings out everyone’s inner superfolk without requiring them to test their strength against a locomotive. Soon-to-be heroes can choose their favorite color, then select one emblem from seven options. Shirts and capes can be emblazoned with a letter to complete a fully customized logo designed to strike fear into the hearts of evildoers and to remind them that the hero's name doesn't start with a hash mark. The outfit creator also fashions special capes that benefit a selected charity with every purchase, such as the Princess Alexa Foundation, a nonprofit organization that donates playful dress-up outfits to ill children.