whatswrong said: Will Kohls have additional 30% off plus the $15 Kohls cash for $50?No but there will probably be 15-20% off coupons.
posted: Nov. 9, 2012 @ 4:22p
summer2005 said: $15! they must be desperate for sales It is same as last year.
posted: Nov. 9, 2012 @ 4:44p
billrubin said: whatswrong said: Will Kohls have additional 30% off plus the $15 Kohls cash for $50?No but there will probably be 15-20% off coupons.
YES...they will make sure no 30%.. BUT 20% is good though!
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posted: Nov. 9, 2012 @ 10:20p
And don't forget Chase rewards 10%. I seem to remember that last year, they did not require Kohl's card for discount/Kohl's cash and I was able to stack Chase.
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posted: Nov. 9, 2012 @ 10:24p
Checked Chase site. Yes - 10 extra points per $ spent but cannot use a coupon code greater than 15%. Also, chase has5% category for this quarter. So a 15% coupon will be better than a 20% coupon and then 15points per $ from Chase. Can somebody else double check the Chase promotion?
posted: Nov. 10, 2012 @ 3:39a
PrincipalMember said: Checked Chase site. Yes - 10 extra points per $ spent but cannot use a coupon code greater than 15%. Also, chase has5% category for this quarter. So a 15% coupon will be better than a 20% coupon and then 15points per $ from Chase. Can somebody else double check the Chase promotion?
That's what I see as well, although technically the language says "Not eligible on Kohl's credit card sales made with coupon codes that are higher than 15%." One might argue that the language shouldn't apply since we wouldn't be using a Kohl's credit card. On the other hand, they could argue that they meant it didn't apply on a credit card sale at Kohl's (which probably is the only reading that makes any sense here anyway).
But yes, I think Kohl's 15% coupon code plus 15% Chase (up to $1500 in sales when the 5% maxes out) plus $15 Kohl's cash/$50 seems a pretty good deal.
posted: Nov. 10, 2012 @ 5:00a
I missed the Cake Pop maker deal last year (I think it was cheaper than the $15 AR) but I want to get one. I've been thinking about those cake pops all year!
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posted: Nov. 10, 2012 @ 5:14a
Is that when you shop online thru the Chase site, or can I use the Chase card in-store?
posted: Nov. 10, 2012 @ 9:16a
The Corningware 10-pc. French White Set for $19.99 after $20 rebate is a good deal and will probably be much better with coupons and Chase discounts since it is $39.99 to begin with. It should be under $10 AR with all of the purchase discounts, maybe even close to free when you factor in Kohls Cash when you add another $10.01.
posted: Nov. 13, 2012 @ 7:32p
I got my Kohl's BF mailer today. It had two 15% off coupons and a $10 coupon. I don't have it in front of me right now, but I can get more info off of it if needed tomorrow.
posted: Nov. 17, 2012 @ 2:58p
Will any of their November codes work online during Black Friday such as NOVFRIENDS or NOVFB20?
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