KOHLS CASH - Details from Kohls.com [kohlscorporation.com]
Earn it December 8th through December 12th; If you order online, you usually receive KC within 2 business days Spend it December 13th - December 19th in-store only!
Earn it December 15th through December 24th; If you order online, you usually receive KC within 2 business days Spend it December 26th - January 2nd in-store only!
$5 off in store purchase emailed to you when you sign up for email alerts here
takes a few hours to a few days to receive the in store Q, and you have to print the email with the barcode and PIN to use.
Link to a Post that will help you with $5 Q's you receive from others in a PM
Kohl's Cash? You mean they'll give me money back to spend AGAIN at Kohls? I'm in!
Order modification? I'll just order it again to make sure I get it. No worries!
Holiday? Woo-hoo, that means 30% off, right? (and more Kohl's Cash!) Happy Holidays to me!
Last one in stock? I'd better get it now. CLICK - Order placed!
In-store? I have to go in the store to spend my Kohls Cash? Sure, I'll check out the deals there, too!
Extra stops from the UPS guy? That can't be good....
Shoot, I can always return it!
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A hidden item is a clearance item that exists on the kohls.com website, but is not found on the public side of the site (where you'd normally find their products). A clearance item usually becomes "hidden" when it has sold out on the website, and a few come back into stock due to customer returns, etc. Although it comes back into stock, it's not re-listed publicly. There tends to be only one or a few of each item at any given time, and you'll see it typically go OOS immediately. Often, you'll see hidden items going in and out of stock several times. A hidden item is discovered by searching PRDs.
The simplest way to do it is by changing the PRD number in the URL. Change the PRD to a different number (up to 5 or 6 digits) and hope for the best. While you will find many "The product or page you tried to access cannot be found." pages, you will eventually find items to share!
"SCT" is the acronym for "Saved Cart Trick" and refers to deals that actually lower in price simply by signing out of your cart, then back in. Note: This only works for certain items, so don't be discouraged if this method doesn't work for you.
To find SCT deals, you'll need to do the following on kohls.com:
1. Log into your account.
2. Add the desired item(s) to your cart/bag.
3. Log out of your account. You will be asked if you'd like to save your bag. Make sure to save your bag! (Alternately, you can save your bag while in your cart, then sign out).
4. Log back into your account.
5. Check your cart/bag. If it's an SCT deal, it will now be at a lower price.
Note: The SCT deals will show up a few different ways. Click here to see a screenshot of the different ways an SCT deal may appear.
WHAT IS KOHL'S CASH? Details on Kohl's Cash [kohlscorporation.com]
The fine print from Kohls:
Kohl's Cash is not legal tender. Offer is nontransferable. Customer will receive a $10 Kohl's Cash coupon for the first $50 in purchases. An additional $10 in value will be added to the coupon for each additional $50 spent in that single transaction. Kohl's Cash coupons are earned on the amount of customer purchases after all applicable discounts are applied and before tax is imposed. Eligible customer purchases include sale-, regular- and clearance-priced merchandise purchased April 22-27, 2009, but exclude the purchase of gift cards. Kohl's Cash coupons can be earned in our stores or online, but can only be redeemed in our stores. Kohl's Cash coupons may be redeemed April 28 through May 6, 2009. Kohl's Cash coupons may not be redeemed (1) to purchase Kohl's Cares for Kids® merchandise or other charitable items; (2) to reduce a Kohl's Charge or any third party charge account balance; (3) as price adjustments on prior purchases; or (4) to purchase gift cards. If merchandise purchased earning a Kohl's Cash coupon is subsequently returned or price adjusted, the value of the Kohl's Cash coupon previously earned and/or the amount of the merchandise refund may be reduced to reflect any unearned value. Return value of merchandise purchased with Kohl's Cash coupon that is then returned may also be subject to adjustment. Terms and conditions apply.
Regarding Kohls Cash and Online Purchases....
YMMV....It has been my experience, and the experience of many others on here, that once you get Kohls Cash for online purchases, it's yours. They don't deduct if an item goes out of stock. They don't deduct if you return something. of course ....YMMV
Kohl's presently does not have a time limit on returns. As long as you still have your packing slip and/or your receipt, you can make returns any time (a print out of your order confirmation works as well). If you have lost your packing slip and/or receipt they can usually do a receipt look-up by scanning your method of payment and the item you are trying to return. This will not work though if the item you are trying to return has been yellow-tagged in the past, and is now no longer showing up in their system. In that case, you can do a no-receipt return, which Kohl's allows up to 3 times a year per customer. For large no-receipt amounts, they will send you a corporate check in the mail.
Kohl's policy is not to do price adjustments on clearance items. The best option available to you is to rebuy the item at the lower price, and then to return the item with the higher priced receipt to the store.
There are several options available to you. The obvious is to make a payment which will be reflected immediately as long as you make it by 3:00pm. Make sure you change the date online when you make the payment to 'today'. Another option is to make some returns, thereby freeing up some space again.
Check4Change (aka C4C) is a simple extension that allows you to periodically check a web-page for updates when you use FireFox. If set correctly, it will alert you when an item you are monitoring gets back in stock.
Google check 4 change for installation instructions.
Simply download the attached text file, Attachment 173075, open it, and copy the address into your browser's URL. Under 'refine matches: by department' click 'more departments'. You will now see the 'clearance' department with the number of clearance items listed behind it. Kohl's usually updates around 12:00am EST, and when they do you will see a change in this number. Click on 'clearance' to see a full list of all clearance items.
The easiest way to see if someone else already has posted an item you are ready to post is to click on "search this thread" (upper right corner on your screen), and then put just the PRD # in the search box. If the results show other posts/replies, then it is a repost.
These threads retire often, and new ones begin in their place. You can see if the item's ever been posted on SD by entering the PRD in the keyword search box (above the "Quick Links" and "Log Out" links in the upper right hand corner of your screen).
This post can and should be edited by users like you :)
Dear participants of the Kohls deals thread
In the light of recent events most of you are well aware of, we would like to remind you about some of our policies, and set a few expectations moving forward with the combined Kohls deals thread.
SlickDeals.net is meant to be a friendly community to share deals and allow everyone to get in on some of the best bargains on the internet and in brick & mortar stores. It's not an exclusive deal site, and never will be, and as such, every member should be welcome, regardless of their join date, rep count, or level of expertise in bargain shopping.
Being a good size community, there will always be some tension present, and it's important to understand that dealing with such tension needs to be left to moderators, and not individual members. As much as we like to leave the things open to members' consideration, it is clear that certain issues can get out of control quickly, and should not be permitted to happen.
On the issue of having deals "reposted" in other forums, please keep in mind the following:
There is no sure way to either prove or disprove that deals were or weren't taken from an organized Kohls thread and posted elsewhere on SlickDeals.net. Speculating about it won't do anyone any good .
There are many other deal sites which take deals from here, and many deals are taken from there to here as well. There is also such thing as users stumbling into a good deal/deals on their own.
Based on the above 2, modalerting individual deal posts buried in a big old thread as reposts will in most cases not be merged either
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We would like to start a new Kohls thread, call it a "clean slate", and see how it goes from there on.
This new thread has:
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Neutral party (yours truly) as the OP
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Also, remember, that you can view resolutions of your modalerts (with comments, if applicable) by clicking this link in case you are wondering what really happened to the issue you alerted us with your modalert.
1. New thread with wikipost as the OP. If you need more wiki's let us know and we'll clone another from our bot factory.
2. Appoint a few people to update the first wikipost so that the mod team knows who has more "voice" in case of disputes on the first wikipost edits.
3. If there is a 2nd/3rd/4th wikipost for deals or what not, the group needs to decide what format and information it will contain. Everyone can work as a group to update it. It will be a group decision.
4. If you see that the Kohl's deal that is posted in Hot Deals and it is already posted in the Koh'sl thread, feel free to mod alert it with a link to the post in the Kohl's thread and we'll add a thank you message and a link to the post.
5. If the deal is literally swiped from the Kohl's thread, mod alert it and we'll put the same thank you note & link. We'll let them go if it's the first time. If they continue to do it a 2nd time, we'll warn the person. If it happens 3 times within a month, they'll be prohibited from posting Kohls deals. Feel free to embed your username into the Kohl's links if you think it is necessary.
6. If a person posts a deal in Hot Deals that they find themselves but is already posted in the Kohl's thread, we will not merge it especially if there is a lot of activity in the thread. It is not considered a repost.
7. Please do not accuse people of swiping the deals publicly. Only the mods can make the final determination.
8. Off topic posts are allowed as long as there is a deal posted every 100 posts or so.
Lastly, please leave all animosity behind. Do not argue about the past or we'll hand out warnings. If there are any previous information or posts you'd like me to move here, send me a pm.
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Last edited by The Raddish; 08-20-2008 at 03:02 PM..
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Anyone know a good online florist or have a good code? DH's Uncle passed away and sending flowers is so expensive! TIA
I've found in the past that my best option is to call the florist the family is using and order something by phone. In my experience, they ask what sort of arrangement you want (live/planter, cut flowers/graveside spray, or silks), what price range you're looking at, and what the card should say. The ONLY bad experience I've had doing this was when mom asked me to order a planter for hubby's grandfather's funeral, and the braindead, colorblind florist put this giant green and blue polka dot bow on it. Two hours into the viewing I managed to take the left over baby shower looking bow out and toss it into the trash, and I felt better . However, this is the only bad experience I've had, and I probably order funeral flowers this way every few months for either myself or my parents.
If you don't know what florist they're using, you can call the mortuary and ask. Of course, you could also just pick a florist from the phone book or directory assistance (I'm in West Virginia, and there are very few areas that have more than two or three florists here), ask if they're delivering to the funeral, and then place your order. I hope that helps!!
OT--I've been meaning to post about this, but it's so not related to the KT that I haven't. My FIL asked me to order the casket spray for his father's funeral. His mom wanted roses, we settled on how many and what color, but they wanted me to take care of it. So, I ordered it, the florist wrote the ticket, my heart stopped when I saw the total, and before I could argue with her, my FIL handed her his Visa. From the look on his face, I knew it didn't matter, he'd pay twice that much to have it over and done with, but I was still appalled that we were about to spend almost $500 on it. Then I realized that I had just ordered 63 red roses (number of years they were married) and 8 white roses (1 son, two grandsons, five great grandchildren), a specialty ribbon, and that they had all of two days to get the flowers ordered, delievered to BFE, and arranged. I checked FTD, telefloral, every other online florist I could find--similar sprays were $850 or more, not including the 'rush' delivery charges, and none were as beautiful as the one this local florist did. Lessons learned--1. Local people care more 2. Before you freak about being overcharged, you should find out what the usual price is
Mommy, did you know people and boys and girls and babies come in all kinds of colors? Isn't that cool? It's like crayons, all different colors. --Quote from my wonderful four year old.
Anyone know if they mailed out percent off coupons? I have Kohl's cash and need to use it by next week. I see online they have a good percentage off again. I wonder if I bought online and then went in to exchange it, get something higher priced, and pay with kohl's cash and keep the 30% discount.
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