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September 6, 2013

Exchange shoppers can rest easy thanks to the Sleep 2013 Catalog

Exchange shoppers can get a good night’s savings on a full line of quality mattresses, pillows and sleeping accessories in the new Sleep 2013 catalog
http://www.flickr.com/photos/aafespa/9666943268/sizes/l/in/photostream/.
The 36-page catalog includes top brands such as Serta, Sealy, Beautyrest and Tempur-Pedic.

“This is one catalog Exchange shoppers are definitely going to want to curl up with,” said the Exchange’s Senior Enlisted Adviser Chief Master Sgt. Tony Pearson. “It has everything needed for a good night’s rest and, for the young ones in the family, the Sleep 2013 catalog has a collection of bedtime favorites for baby.”

The Sleep 2013 Catalog is available at all main stores and online at shopmyexchange.com.

Prices in this all-services catalog are valid through Dec. 31, 2013, for any authorized exchange customer. Active duty military members of the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard, as well as military retirees, reservists, National Guardsmen, Department of Defense civilians stationed overseas, exchange employees and their Family members are all authorized exchange privileges.

Orders can be placed by mail, fax or phone. Toll-free orders can be placed from the United States, Puerto Rico or Guam at 800-527-2345. The Exchange Catalog center is open around the clock, seven days a week. Complimentary international access calling is also available from several countries. Those
numbers are:

  • Germany – 0800-82-16500
  • Japan/Okinawa – 00531-11-4132
  • Korea – 00308-13-0664
  • Italy – 8008-71227
  • Belgium – 0800-7-2432
  • The Netherlands – 0800-022-1889
  • United Kingdom – 0800-96-8101
  • Spain – 900-971-391
  • Turkey* – 00800-18-488-6312

* Calls cannot be placed from phones on base. Use off-base commercial lines.




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