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Kohl's policy when returning item purchased with Promotional Gift?
I've been away from Kohl's deals for a while. I know things changed with their policies.

I received in the mail a card for $10 "Promotional Gift"

In the past if I returned the item, they would put the $10 on a cash card for future use.

The only thing specifically stated on the card is: Return value of merchandise purchased with $10 coupon will be subject to adjustment.

What is the current state if I were to return the purchase?

Thanks again!

Maxi

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My experience with returning stuff at Kohls is that it is now terrible and complex, especially when you earned Kohl's Cash. It's all to their advantage. They make it complicated. But essentially they deduct KC from whatever you actually paid. A $50 item that you received 30% off of and earned KC then becomes a roughly $25 credit. The exchange amount that you receive depends on whether you can a) find something with the same sticker price (assuming the item wasn't a clearance item) or b) return it during a Kohl's Cash "earning" period. Every time I exchange, I go out and try to find something I want with the same sticker price--that way is pretty much to only way to receive an even trade. It's asinine that you can't get that amount of credit towards items that aren't the same exact price.

I've basically stopped buying gifts for people there during a KC earning period because of this. I know when my mother had to return a few items, she received less than half of the stick price--and it was a hassle because they want to know who specifically bought it for her.

--Ryan

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I askedat the store, and they didn't even know the answer. I ended up buying a frying pan for $34.99 - $25-$10 promo certificates. Paid zero. But now I understand your return ability is not good. Thanks for the info.

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just tried to use code without reading the valid dates. duh!

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Kohl's had some pretty terrible quarters that were the direct result of people taking advantage of the system. They lost quite a bit on people buying during KC times and then returning items but keeping the KC. That is what has made the returns process so annoying now. I suppose if they get enough flak they'll change the policy but I can't see it ever being as good as it used to be.

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Since $34.99 (as a sticker price) is pretty common, it might be worth trying to exchange it. However, if you want to return it for a store gift card or refund, that's probably where you're going to see a lot less because the promos and KC are now expired.

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I noticed that on a large shopping trip where I earned Kohls cash, they took back all the Kohls cash when I returned one item. From now on, if I am purchasing something that I'm not sure of, I will have the cashier ring up the item separately. A lot of retailers will subtract the entire value of a $10 or $25 coupon if something is returned even if the shopper made a large enough purchase to meet the conditions of the coupon. For instance, Old Navy subtracted the entire value of the coupon ($10) when I returned a $15 shirt out of a $100 purchase.

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I'm careful with clearance items and with items with unusual prices. In other cases, usually there's something else that I can find with the same sticker price for an even trade--and it's worth it to do that rather than lose coupons, discounts, and/or Kohl's Cash. I also learned that returning an item during a KC earning period allows them to have a little more room if you want to exchange. But it's a hassle any way you slice it if you're not exchanging for the same exact item at the same exact price.

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mistyflannigan said:   I noticed that on a large shopping trip where I earned Kohls cash, they took back all the Kohls cash when I returned one item. From now on, if I am purchasing something that I'm not sure of, I will have the cashier ring up the item separately. A lot of retailers will subtract the entire value of a $10 or $25 coupon if something is returned even if the shopper made a large enough purchase to meet the conditions of the coupon. For instance, Old Navy subtracted the entire value of the coupon ($10) when I returned a $15 shirt out of a $100 purchase.
  In that case just return it without the receipt. You will take a slight hit on the purchase price because they will go by the lowest price available over the past (2 months I think) but it will be far better than the amount of discounts.

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