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chefgenie said: TENBUCKS will work with all % off discount. It gives you $10.00 off order It's for $10 off $30 (exp 2/19) Printable $10 off $30 credit to brusbrother
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posted: Feb. 15, 2014 @ 9:35a
gizmo said: chefgenie said: TENBUCKS will work with all % off discount. It gives you $10.00 off order It's for $10 off $30 (exp 2/19) Printable $10 off $30 credit to brusbrother Attached scan oaf $10 0ff $30 coupon above. Details below. Got an email this morning with subject "10 Bucks Says You Will Open This Email" 15 digit code with 4 digit pin Promo code TENBUCKS $10 in-store Promotional Gift good now through February 19, 2014. OFFER VALID FOR ONE-TIME USE IN STORE & ONLINE. ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER. $10 coupon valid on a minimum $30 pre-tax purchase with any tender type. Offer is nontransferable and must be presented at time of in-store purchase or Promo Code must be entered at Kohls.com to receive discount. Offer can be combined with other offers.$10 coupon will be applied prior to percent-off total purchase discounts. Offer cannot be redeemed for cash. No Cash Back. Offer not valid for price adjustments on prior purchases, the purchase of Gift Cards, payment on a Kohl's Charge account or the purchase of Kohl's Cares® cause merchandise or other charitable items. Offer excludes prestige brands of cosmetics and skincare and select prestige brands of fragrance. For a complete list of these excluded brands, go to Kohls.com/beautyexclusions or look for signs in our stores. Offer also excludes select electronics; see store for details. Photocopies or duplicates not accepted. Only one coupon per customer. Return value of merchandise purchased with $10 coupon will be subject to adjustment. See store for details. Got two coupons and both have the same 15 digit code and pin.
posted: Feb. 15, 2014 @ 11:17a
posted: Feb. 15, 2014 @ 3:25p
use Kohls charge can automatically get 15%off, so can use FREE SHIPPING CODE: SHIP4UFEB and 10off: TENBUCKS Buy $30, then (30-10)*0.85=17 get 43.3%off
Bought a couple of the Marc Anthony button-down shirts on clearance for about $14 each after the automatic 15% off, the "TENBUCKS" code and the free shipping code.
Not bad, but be aware that returns at Kohl's are now much more of a hassle than in the past.
posted: Feb. 17, 2014 @ 12:49p
arielsyoyo said: Photo image for in-store shopping, please!
posted: Feb. 18, 2014 @ 12:25a
plainview, what about Kohl's returns are much more of a hassle than in the past?
posted: Feb. 18, 2014 @ 1:46p
I'm curious too plainview what return policy change you're referring to...
posted: Feb. 18, 2014 @ 2:07p
Okay - here's what I'm wondering... the "much more of a hassle" returns he could be referring to are in regards to purchases made with "$10 gift" certs (aka Kohl's Cash is one, this $10 coupon could be another). With "$10 gift" purchases, on returns, you will be given $10 less on what you return. For example, if you return a $25 shirt from your order you will be given $15 back - $25 minus the "$10 gift" cert.
But for the $10 coupon above there are two options. One is to use the code TENBUCKS, the other is to use the 15 digit code and pin. If you use the 15 digit code and pin this then makes the coupon a $10 gift" cert... right? (First question) - the second question is, if you use the TENBUCKS code does this then not make it a gift cert, and thus they'll give you the full amount of a return *IF* (this is a big IF here ... IF the return does not drop the total purchase amount below $30?
I ask this because this is the how the return policy works with returning items that EARN Kohl's cash - for example, you earn Kohl's Cash if you make a purchase of $50 or more. Say you make a $75 purchase and you return a $30 shirt - you have a few options then, you can either get $20 in return or get $30 in return and invalidate your Kohl's Cash (if you haven't spent your Kohl's Cash). But this particular transaction only occurs if your return drops the total purchase below the $50 mark and you haven't spent your $10 Kohl's Cash. This is why I'm questioning the $10 deduction - since it wasn't used as a "$10 Gift" cert (because I entered the TENBUCKS code) - I'm assuming all returns that are above $30 will be returned dollar for dollar on purchase price, up until I reach the $30 total purchase price of the order.
I would love if anyone could help me with this question/situation from experience.
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