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He speaks. In a heavy accent, alleged Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev pleads not guilty to 30 terror-related charges. Court clash. Tsarnaev’s supporters rejoiced when he entered his plea and had confrontations with citizens outside the courthouse. PAGE 02 A courtroom sketch shows a healthy-looking Tsarnaev accompanied by his attorney. / JANE FLAVELL COLLINS

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Summertime It’s summer! This means hot dogs on the beach, ice cream on the stoop, trips to The Cape and lots of you escaping the city. With so many of you away in July and August, and with many local businesses implementing summer hours, we decided to create a Summer Weekend edition, published on Thursdays throughout July and August. This special newspaper features extended movie, entertainment and Going Out content to help heat up your already hot weekend. And if you miss us too much on Friday (or Saturday, or Sunday, or anytime at all, really) our newsroom remains busy with updates 24/7 on www.metro.us. Sticking around the city? Then be sure check our local event site, www.MyMetro.us, for ideas on how to get out and about this weekend.

A local man clashes with one of Tsarnaev’s supporters prior to the arraignment (above). Bombing survivor Karen Brassard arrives at the federal courthouse (top). MIT Police officers stand in formation outside of the courthouse (bottom). Tsarnaev is charged with the execution of MIT police officer Sean Collier. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

Denial. In a thick accent, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Wednesday entered not guilty pleas. Accused teenage terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, pleaded not guilty to all 30 charges related to the deadly Boston Marathon bombings Wednesday in federal court. The shackled suspect wore an orange jumpsuit and had a crooked smile as he entered the silent courtroom, before flashing a grin to a group of spectators seated in the first row. His lawyers occasionally patted him in an apparent effort to offer comfort, however Tsarnaev did not appear emotional. Despite reports of severe injuries sustained during an April 19 shootout with police, Tsarnaev appeared healthy, with a full head of curly hair. His self-described supporters, seated in the back of the

courtroom, let out an excited “yes” after Tsarnaev first spoke his plea, and were asked more than once by court security to quiet down. Tsarnaev’s sister was also in the courtroom, whimpering quietly, wiping away tears and holding a cooing baby. She shielded her faced with a white headscarf. Following his plea, Tsarnaev blew a kiss in her direction before being led out by federal marshals. The entire court proceeding lasted less than 10 minutes.

Prior to the hearing, there was a mad rush of people trying to get into the packed courtroom, which had seats reserved for 30 of the bombing survivors. One man was heard threatening to sue the court because he was disabled, and therefore felt he should be given priority seating. Security was understandably tight, as lines grew outside the courtroom. Journalists were pulled aside for snapping photographs of people waiting in line, and one queuing civilian was repri-

Prosecuting Tsarnaev

A federal grand jury returned a 30-count indictment last month accusing the Kyrgyzstan-born teen of carrying out the Boston Marathon attack, which killed three spectators, as well as the murder of MIT police officer Sean Collier.

resulting in death, deadly bombing of a public place, use of a firearm during a crime of violence causing death, carjacking and causing bodily harm. •

He faces charges of use of a weapon of mass destruction

If convicted, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev could be sentenced to death.

manded after stepping away to get a soda. Outside, demonstrators who demanded freedom for the accused terrorist and claimed the bombings were a hoax clashed with bystanders who were present at the marathon finish line. One local man with a coffee in hand told the demonstrators that they were “F—in’ sick.” Survivor Karen Brassard was hounded by media as she entered the court on crutches. It was the first time Tsarnaev has appeared in public since his April 19 arrest in Watertown, Mass., where he was found injured, hiding in a dry-docked boat. His brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who was killed during a shootout with police, is also suspected of organizing the April 15 attack. Seventeen of the charges brought against Tsarnaev carry a potential death penalty. A media frenzy ensued after the arraignment, as survivors and family members left the building. Two self-described “Jahar supporters” said they

Preparing for court

Prosecutors said Wednesday they expect to call between 80 and 100 witnesses in a three- to four-month trial. Tsarnaev will make his next court appearance Sept. 23. were pleased with Tsarnaev’s not guilty pleas. Donning a “Free the Lion” T-shirt and wiping away tears, Lacey Buckley, 23, of Washington state, told reporters she was not convinced Tsarnaev was the culprit behind the deadly terror attack. “I’m happy he pleaded not guilty, but it was sad to see him in that situation,” said Buckley, making no mention of the victims. “It’s hard to see him in handcuffs like that.”

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DA: Lynn man assaulted baby Anthony Gideika, 32, was arraigned Wednesday for allegedly fatally beating a 3-month-old boy after learning he wasn’t the father. The boy had a fatal head injury, skull fractures, leg fractures, retinal hemorrhages and bruising to his genitals. METRO/GLOBE

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Gubernatorial ambitions for Grossman, Wolf Sen. Daniel Wolf, a Harwich Democrat who founded Cape Air 25 years ago, announced his campaign for governor Wednesday, and Treasurer Steven Grossman plans to make his intention to run for the Corner Office

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the bullet that Bulger allegedly shot into his head. Inside his skull was a green stain from the copper bullet jacket where it came to rest. Mires’ account helped support the testimony given by Weeks on Monday and Tuesday about the killings allegedly at the hands of Bulger. Bulger’s lawyer attempted to paint Weeks as a liar during cross-examination. The 83-year-old Bulger was arrested in Santa Monica, Calif., in 2011 after 16 years on the run. He fled after corrupt FBI agent John Connolly tipped him off just before his indictment for various crimes including racketeering, extortion and 19 murders. MICHAEL NAUGHTON


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MBTA suspends sleeping Green Line train driver Nap time. A subway train driver was caught on video sleeping behind the controls of a Green Line trolley. An MBTA Green Line driver has been suspended after a passenger discovered the driver asleep behind the wheel. The passenger caught the snooze on video and gave it to a news station. A T spokeswoman said the agency was not contacted directly by the passenger who took the video. The incident occurred Monday afternoon on an inbound D-Line train. The T said

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the driver was in the second car and not actually driving the train. After the video came to light, the driver was suspended, pending an investigation. He started working for the T in January 2011.

“The MBTA has a very aggressive fatigue awareness program that is required for all safety-sensitive employees,” the T said in a statement. “Even though this operator was in the second car and not operating the trolley, there is absolutely no excuse for this type of egregious behavior. Our customers’ safety is always our top priority, and they can be assured that this situation will be handled swiftly and with the utmost care. We continuously examine and improve upon our safety and training programs to provide our customers with the best possible service.” At least two T workers were caught on camera by passengers sleeping in stations last year. METRO

Group rallies for reduced military spending A group of about 100 activists rallied at the State House on Wednesday to urge lawmakers to send a resolution to Congress to reduce military spending and eliminate corporate tax breaks. The rally was organized by Budget for All, an organization that advocates for low-income people and programs. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

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Nearly 20 North American retailers including Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Gap Inc. unveiled a five-year safety plan for Bangladesh garment factories that would include inspecting every factory within a year. The announcement in Washington by the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety comes after the deadly collapse of a Bangladesh garment plant in April. Another 112 people died in a November fire at a Bangladesh factory.

There is no suspicion that the train disaster that destroyed the heart of the town of Lac-Megantic and left dozens killed or missing was caused by sabotage, the head of the railway, Ed Burkhardt, said. It was plain someone had tampered with the locomotive of the Montreal, Maine & Atlantic train before the explosion, and it has now emerged that it was the fire department that was putting out an earlier fire, Burkhardt, the chairman of the railway, told reporters. REUTERS

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The pilots aboard the Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 that crashed in San Francisco relied on automatic equipment — an auto-throttle system — to maintain airspeed and did not realize the plane was flying too slowly until it was just 200 feet above the ground, the head of the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board said on Tuesday. In her third detailed briefing on the July 6 crash, NTSB Chairwoman Deborah Hersman also said two flight attendants were ejected from the plane after its tail hit a seawall in front of the runway and was torn off. Both

were found injured but alive on the side of the runway. Hersman said many questions remained about the incident. The South Korean airline’s flight crew members were not tested for drugs or alcohol after the crash, a requirement for pilots of U.S.-based carriers involved in accidents, she said. The accounts given to investigators by the pilots, as relayed by Hersman, confirmed information from the plane’s flight data recorder that showed the plane was traveling 25 percent below its target airspeed as it came in for landing. REUTERS

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Guillermo del Toro is first and foremost a movie buff, which has been causing him a distinct amount of unhappiness. You see, del Toro has been so busy making movies — particularly his latest, the giant robots vs. giant monsters blockbuster “Pacific Rim” — that he hasn’t had any time to actually watch other people’s movies. Or at least that’s the excuse he gives for not having seen “Man of Steel” or the first installment of “The Hobbit,” which he was originally pegged to direct. There’s been a lot of criticism about the levels of carnage shown in “Man of Steel.” Your film also features a great deal of urban destruction. How do you keep that from crossing the line from fun

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Quirky? Yes. But what did you expect from a band with an album titled “My Grandma vs. Pneumonia”? But there’s a serious side to The Front Bottoms, and perhaps that’s why they’re selling out shows across the country. “The society we live in is a little intimidating, especially for a young person trying to figure out what is going on,” says Front Bottoms front man Brian Sella. “All these crazy things are happening in this world — where do I fit in and what’s my place?” Case in point is the band’s sweeping rocker, “Twin Size Mattress,” a weighty look at the twilight of childhood with references to teenage drunken hijinks and a friend who spirals out of control. It’s from the band’s latest album, “Talon of the Hawk,” which debuted at No. 3 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Albums chart in May. “Hawk” has the air of fun spontaneity but with an underlying tone of maturity. The Front Bottoms were founded by Jersey boys Sella and drummer Mathew Uychich, high school friends who teamed up in 2006. Despite being from Bergen County, next door to New

The Front Bottoms are not fronting. / MARK JOWARSKI If you go

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York City, the duo would drive down to Philly to play the basements of Drexel University and the living rooms of Penn students early in their career.

“Manhattan is a rough place for a two-piece poppunk band, so Philly became a regular spot that we would go and play,” Sella says. Sella and Uychich have recently added a bassist and guitarist for the live show. “I think people like that me and Matt started the band, and we went on tour and we’re, like, living the dream, and we never gave up on it,” Sella says. “In the end, we’re playing the songs we wrote and people are singing along. It isn’t very complicated, and it feels good.”

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If you were to catch a Diamond Rings set for the first time, and had no knowledge of or expectations for their music, your initial reaction might be ... whoa! Because the heavily ‘80sinfluenced synth-pop outfit (the solo project of Toronto-bred John O’Regan that recently expanded to include a full band) seems designed to throw you off balance. O’Regan dresses like Ziggy Stardust-era David Bowie, vogueing and throwing his angular, androgynous form around the stage. “Yeah, Bowie comes up a lot,” says O’Regan. “I think because, obviously, there aren’t as many men in music who wear makeup as there are women. But I think when I look to my inspiration in terms of what I do aesthetically, it’s probably women more ... say people like Annie Lennox or Grace Jones — women who are assertive and powerful without sort of stooping to the lowest common denominator and just prancing around in a bra and panties. I think it’s empowering.” O’Regan’s empathy for and identification with femininity has spurred speculation about his sexuality. And, for some, his flamboyant stage persona might seem like shtick. But that’s all sort of beside the point. “I think, initially, it was just a way for me to unsettle the

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“I think when I look to my inspiration in terms of what I do aesthetically, it’s probably women more ... say from people like Annie Lennox or Grace Jones.” O’Regan audience, by kind of unsettling myself,” he muses. “When I started out in Toronto, trying to make a name for myself, a lot of what was going on was just heteronormative indie rock.” With Diamond Rings, O’Regan (who previously, and

briefly, fronted a fairly “heteronormative” indie band of his own, The D’Urbervilles, before going solo in 2009), wanted to step outside that box. Really, he wanted to smash apart that box’s walls. “The goal became to kind of

present a show where I could leave people not fully sure of what they’ve just seen,” he says. “A lot of times you go see a band and you feel like you’ve figured out the whole thing within the first minute. My goal is to always keep engaging people, or re-engaging people, and that was kind of a big approach with the new record [2012’s “Free Dimensional”]. I think it’s important for people to see that people aren’t just one thing. People can be a lot of different things all trapped in one body.”

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Parquet Courts are in session Parquet Courts are stoners. Make no mistake about that. The Brooklyn-based quartet don’t mind that press outlets have focused on this not-so-secret fact, revealed in song titles like “Stoned and Starving” and “Yr No Stoner,” on the band’s excellent “Light Up Gold” album from earlier this year. But what bugs the band is when people use the term slacker. “I think it’s kind of a romantic image to conjure up this view of us as these vagabond stoner/slacker dudes just traversing the U.S. and just barely scraping by,” says singer and guitarist Andrew Savage. “But the slacker thing really gets on my nerves because it kind of implies that we don’t work very hard, when in reality, this

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is one of the hardest working bands I’ve ever seen. We work extremely hard, and as prolific as I am, I don’t think that the slacker title is appropriate.” “Light Up Gold” showcases that prolific work ethic, as the 15 songs bleed together in an exhilarating punk rush of 35

minutes. Savage’s words are sometimes silly and often narrative, with a novelist’s eye for detail. Parquet Courts jam, but never noodle. This is indie rock the way it used to be. “People’s curiosity has waned, and they stopped kind of digging for stuff like that,” says Savage when we bring up the dearth of current bands who draw from the likes of Pavement and Guided by Voices. “But I don’t think it stopped. I think it just stopped being presented to people in the way that it was … and the mainstream top 40 indie, to me it resembles kind of more easy listening and commercial pop music, so it’s not coming through the same venues, but it never stopped.” PAT HEALY

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Cancer | June 21-July 22. The time is now ripe to tackle something that you’ve been reluctant to attempt. Don’t be — you’ll be lucky when there’s a lot on the line. Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. If you’re involved in something that is moving along well, don’t upset the applecart. Leaving it undisturbed only enhances its probabilities for further improvement. Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Ventures that you personally create, develop or control have excellent chances for success. This is the day to back your own horse instead of betting on someone else’s. Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. You’re more fortunate than usual, in that you have several people pulling for you whom you may not even be aware of. They’ll give something you couldn’t have gotten yourself. Scorpio | Oct. 23-Nov. 21. You’ve just entered a cycle where, with a little extra effort, you can make your hopes a reality. Stop sitting on your expectations and start doing something to realize them. Sagittarius | Nov. 22-Dec. 21. When it comes to a commercial negotiation, don’t be reluctant to ask for the moon. Even if you have to settle for less, you should come out rather well.

Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan 20. It’s time to view an important arrangement from a different angle. A fresh perspective is likely to reveal a number of benefits that you’ve been overlooking. Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb 18. Some important changes are transpiring that are likely to be very advantageous for your career. Be on your toes and dress for success. Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. You could be unusually lucky when it comes to partnerships. Several alliances will prove beneficial and educational. Aries | March 21-April 20. Though you may have been experiencing trouble in your social life lately, your material affairs will continue to go well. Each is operating under different aspects. Taurus | April 21-May 21. Important personal matters can be advanced if you are bold and assertive rather than laid-back. You’ll function best when you’re up-front about everything. Gemini | May 22-June 20. Your material prospects look to be very encouraging, especially in arrangements you share with one or more people. Don’t be selfish and try to keep things for yourself.

Smokers have no pity

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Re: ‘Smokers the butt of unfair prejudice’ (Metro, July 9) I’m very allergic to cigarette smoke. Smokers keep lighting up at the bus stop, often not leaving me enough time to run to another stop. If I say anything, through the washcloth I’m holding over my mouth and nose, they say some lame garbage about how cars are worse for me. I’m trying to catch a bus to work, not jump in front of cars!

I am tired, physically and emotionally, of standing on a packed subway gazing down at the 20-somethings (or younger) occupying all the seats. I’m not superannuated, but I am nearly 60, and haven’t passed for 20 in a long time. Well, I was raised differently. I always offer an older person or pregnant woman — or anyone who looks like they need it — my seat, because it’s the right thing to do. I’m

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July 9) So another working mother tells us how difficult it is: It’s a juggling act, how guilty she feels, etc. When are we going to have a debate on working fathers? I had a single father who worked all the time and wasn’t there even when he was present. Nannies and relatives raised me. And no, he never had any guilt. LILY MARIN, VIA EMAIL

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NHL. Bruins ink Rask to $56 million deal to run through 2020-21 season Tuukka Rask is here to stay for the long haul. Through 2021 to be exact. The Bruins announced Wednesday, July 10, that their franchise goaltender will get a franchise deal — an eight-year contract worth $7 million annually. Rask was phenomenal throughout the Bruins’ run to the 2013 Stanley Cup Final, leading the league in save percentage (.940) while recording three shutouts. In 36 regular season games Rask recorded a 19-10-5 record, owning a 2.00 GAA. The 26-year-old was playing on a one-year deal, signed in 2012 after serving as Tim Thomas’ backup for several seasons including the B’s Stanley Cup-winning year in 2011. Rask was traded to the

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ONE DAY SALE

SPECIAL EXTRA 25% OFF

SWIMWEAR SELECTIONS Special 13.5094.50. Reg./Orig.* $24-$168, after special $18-$126. From Caribbean Joe and more. Misses. Shown: top (+ WebID 793570); bottom (+ 757484).

SPECIAL 2 FOR $30

SPECIAL 19.99

SPECIAL 40% OFF

SATURDAY IS THE DAY! PREVIEW DAY IS FRIDAY!

MORNING

SPECIALS

SPECIAL 50% OFF

IZOD® GOLF SHIRTS & SHORTS Special $19-29.75. Reg. $38-59.50, after special 26.6041.65. S-XXL. Waists 30-44. + WebID 844916.

9AM-1PM BOTH DAYS!

SPECIAL 15% OFF REGULAR & SALE PRICES LOOK FOR THE SIGNS ON SELECT ITEMS STOREWIDE.

SPECIAL 60% OFF

SPECIAL 50% + 10% OFF

SPECIAL EXTRA 10% OFF

SPECIAL EXTRA 40% OFF

SPECIAL $99

FOR A TOTAL SAVINGS OF 55%-80% Special 3.60-134.10. Orig.* $20-$298, after special 4.20-156.45. Clearance handbags & wallets.

DIAMOND HOOPS Reg. $300, after special $120. 1/4 ct. t.w.‡ white (+ WebID 552102) or black diamond (+ 552103) earrings in sterling silver.

SPECIAL 39.99

SPECIAL 9.99

SPECIAL $199

SPECIAL $399

SPECIAL 50% OFF

SPECIAL 60% + 10% OFF

SPECIAL $399

SPECIAL $499

SUMMER DRESSES Reg. $49-$59, after special 29.40-35.40. In the Mixing Room and from our Elementz and Style & Co. Misses & petites. + WebID 844836.

BRA SELECTIONS Reg. $32-$38 ea., after special: buy 1, get 2nd at 75% off. From Playtex®, Bali® & Maidenform®. Shown: Playtex® 18-Hour Comfort Strap. + WebID 560825.

BLENDERS & FOOD PROCESSORS Special 23.99-257.99. Reg. 39.99-429.99, after special 29.99-299.99. Shown: EuroPro Ninja blender, #NJ600 (+ WebID 551811) & Cuisinart 7-cup food processor, + WebID 101927.

ALL VACUUMS Special 35.99-539.99. Reg. 59.99-699.99, after special 39.99-599.99. Shown: Dyson, #DC41AN. + WebID 604315.

ALL 8-PC. BED ENSEMBLES Reg. $100, after special 59.99. Only at Macy’s. By Fairfield Square Collection. Full-king. Shown: Norwood. + WebID 616368. Twin also on special.

ALL MATTRESS PADS & FEATHERBEDS Special 24.99-239.99. Reg. $50-$480, after special 29.99-287.99. Shown: our Charter Club. + WebID 529028.

BASICS TWIN SHEET SETS Reg. $25, after special 19.99. Only at Macy’s. 200-thread count in prints or solid colors. Cotton/polyester. Full-king. Reg. $35-$55, after special 29.99. Special 19.99.

LUGGAGE CLOSEOUTS Special 64.49-237.49. Orig.* $180-$660, after special 71.99-263.99. From Samsonite, Delsey, Revo, Victorinox Swiss Army & High Sierra.

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SHOP 9AM-1OPM FRIDAY & 9AM-11PM SATURDAY. HOURS MAY VARY BY STORE.

MEN’S SHORTS Special 17.60-19.80. Reg. $44-49.50, after special 34.99-38.99. From Geoffrey Beene and our Alfani & Club Room. Waists 30-44. + WebID 454789.

DIAMOND STUDS Reg. $600, after special $336. 1/2 ct. t.w.‡ in 14k white gold. + WebID 652521.

RUBY & DIAMOND RING Reg. $1000, after special $480. In 14k gold. + WebID 641477.

DRESS SHIRTS Special 20.25-24.75. Reg. $45-$55, after special $27-$33. From Kenneth Cole Reaction®, Van Heusen & our Club Room. + WebID 689350.

DIAMOND PENDANT Reg. $1000, after special $560. 1/2 ct. t.w.‡ in 14k white gold. + WebID 426888.

DIAMOND RING Reg. $1200, after special $672. 1¼ ct. t.w.‡ in sterling silver. + WebID 619547.

Fine jewelry specials are only available at stores that carry fine jewelry. ³REG. & ORIG. PRICES ARE OFFERING PRICES AND SAVINGS MAY NOT BE BASED ON ACTUAL SALES. SOME ORIG. PRICES NOT IN EFFECT DURING THE PAST 90 DAYS. ONE DAY SALE PRICES IN EFFECT 7/12 & 7/13/13. *Intermediate price reductions may have been taken. ‡All carat weights (ct. t.w.) are approximate; variance may be .05 carat. Jewelry photos may be enlarged or enhanced to show detail. Fine jewelry at select stores; log on to macys.com for locations. Almost all gemstones & black diamonds have been treated to enhance their beauty & require special care, log on to macys.com/gemstones or ask your sales professional. Extra savings taken off of already-reduced prices; “special” prices reflect extra savings. Specials & clearance items are available while supplies last. Advertised merchandise may not be carried at your local Macy’s & selection may vary by store. Prices & merchandise may differ at macys.com. Electric items carry mfrs’ warranties; to see a mfr’s warranty at no charge before purchasing, visit a store or write to: Macy’s Warranty Dept., PO Box 1026, Maryland Heights, MO 63043, attn: Consumer Warranties. +Enter the WebID in the search box at MACYS.COM to order. N3060091 OPEN A MACY’S ACCOUNT FOR EXTRA 20% SAVINGS THE FIRST 2 DAYS, UP TO $100, WITH MORE REWARDS TO COME. Macy’s credit card is available subject to credit approval; new account savings valid the day your account is opened and the next day; excludes services, selected licensed departments, gift cards, restaurants, gourmet food & wine. The new account savings are limited to a total of $100; application must qualify for immediate approval to receive extra savings; employees not eligible.

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FREE SHIPPING AT MACYS.COM with $99 online purchase. NO PROMO CODE NEEDED; EXCLUSIONS APPLY.

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