"$10 offer can be combined with other offers and will be applied prior to percent-off total purchase discounts."
So I learned the hard way. Already knew that the $10 would come off the total before they give you 20% off....so they make a few bucks, no big deal.
But I bought two items which was buy one get the second one for 50%. So they apllies the rule there as well. Instead of getting the second one at half price the original price, I only got it for half the price of (the original price less half the $10 discount couple).
I guess I'm lucky they didn't just deduct the entire $10 off the second item [only] before they sold it to me at "half price."
Not complaining about the purchase, just a bit surprise they try to take advantage of most people who can't do the math. Sorta diminshes the value of the $10 coupon. Makes me think less of Kohls. Not unlike Cabelas in-store whom I discovered charging sales tax on the original price (and not on the net price) because they treat those discount codes as something other than a normal coupon.
Kohl's is always having a sale. It's their yearly daily sale.
That's true; but, if you look at their clearance pricing, the items have been continually marked down and prices have been marked down low enough so that THIS TIME the sale is for real.
Normally, their Valentine's Day Sale is supposed to be the real sale with the steepest mark downs before the customers swoop in and buyout the clearance stock; but, this Valentine's Day, Kohl's was pretty stingy on the price cuts. Now boy's Levi's is <$10 again and there are plenty of sizes still in stock. I think they will be sold out before further price cuts because they actually are usually sold out at this price; but, if Kohl's screwed up enough, I may just return the pants I bought and rebuy again at a lower marked down price.
Their entire Rock and Republic line is still crazy overpriced even after markdowns. I will wait for the jeans to go to $20 before I consider buying.
As long as you bring the merchandise with you, they usually dont care. Just be friendly about it when you ask. There isnt much they can do anyways, you could just say you wanted to return it all there and then repurchase it. Kinda be the same thing... If you just bring in the receipt by itself though, they will probably deny you. Ive done that a few times and they dont seem to care at mine.
post sale adjustment works as long as the coupon was valid when the original purchase was made. And you don't need to bring everything back in.
thanks. will try it today.
Thanks everybody. I took the items back with my receipt to a different store and they did the adjustment without blinking an eye. The associate said that it was really helpful that I brought my items in. He did a re-purchase for me.
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