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Promoted 09-14-2016 by Discombobulated at 11:23 PM View Original Post
Kohls.com is offering an Extra 30% Off for Kohl's Charge Cardholders w/ promo code HARVEST30 (apply at checkout) and Additional Stacking Discounts listed below. Shipping is free w/ promo code SEPT4FREE valid for Kohl's Charge Cardholders, otherwise, select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks daisybeetle

Note, the 30% off and free shipping offers require a Kohl's Charge Card to redeem offer. For more information about this card, click here.

Stacking discounts:
  • $10 off $50 in Select Men's w/ promo code MENSTYLE10
  • $10 off $50 in Select Women's w/ promo code RUNWAY
  • 15% off Costumes and Halloween merchandise w/ promo code SPOOKY15
Categories:Also, check out the full list of Kohl's Coupons via the Slickdeals Kohl's Coupons Page for additional savings.

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Written by Discombobulated

Promo codes must be entered at Kohls.com to receive discount. -Corwin

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Edited September 15, 2016 at 05:41 PM by cricket702
Kohls Cardholders

Kohls.com [kohls.com] will have 30% off for Cardholders w code HARVEST30
Free ship code SEPT4FREE


Stacking discounts:
$10 off $50 in Select Men's w/ promo code MENSTYLE10
$10 off $50 in Select Women's w/ promo code RUNWAY
15% off Costumes and Halloween merchandise w/ promo code SPOOKY15
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Yes, the mark up is significant but you can save a ton if you know how to shop. Combining the percent off with dollar off coupons for example. I consistently buy toys (Melissa and Doug for example) for less than the lowest ever Amazon price according to CCC when toy dollar off coupons are offered. Another lower than anywhere price is on kids clothing (Carter's for example) when they offer dollar off and percent off. Combine these savings further with earned or redeemed kohls cash and the prices are almost impossibe to beat with the exception of price mistakes or clearance elsewhere.
Buy what's been marked down / on sale and use a coupon to save money. I bought a vacuum cleaner that's normally $300 everywhere, on sale for $250, used Kohls cash and a coupon for 30% off and I paid $126!! Saved $181 before tax.
I can't beat that deal anywhere.

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Kohl dresses are anyway over priced.
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There're overpriced because Kohls needs to stay in business.
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Quote from UnderD0G View Post :
There're overpriced because Kohls needs to stay in business.
yep, if the only sell one item a day they will profitable...lol...the rest of sales are a bonus!
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Buy what's been marked down / on sale and use a coupon to save money. I bought a vacuum cleaner that's normally $300 everywhere, on sale for $250, used Kohls cash and a coupon for 30% off and I paid $126!! Saved $181 before tax.
I can't beat that deal anywhere.
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Quote from UnderD0G View Post :
There're overpriced because Kohls needs to stay in business.
Quote from jeffmorrr View Post :
yep, if the only sell one item a day they will profitable...lol...the rest of sales are a bonus!

When Kohl's can run this "supposedly" 30% off one to two times a month, tells me that everything they sell is OVERPRICED. They are not selling at a loss, and if you can give 30% off this much the mark up is ridiculous.

It is only an illusion that you are receiving 30% off and better yet are those 40% off MYSTERY E-Mails.
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Quote from illcallusoon View Post :
Buy what's been marked down / on sale and use a coupon to save money. I bought a vacuum cleaner that's normally $300 everywhere, on sale for $250, used Kohls cash and a coupon for 30% off and I paid $126!! Saved $181 before tax.
I can't beat that deal anywhere.
Which vacuum cleaner?
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Quote from illcallusoon View Post :
Buy what's been marked down / on sale and use a coupon to save money. I bought a vacuum cleaner that's normally $300 everywhere, on sale for $250, used Kohls cash and a coupon for 30% off and I paid $126!! Saved $181 before tax.
I can't beat that deal anywhere.
are you considering kohls cash as discount in your calculations ?
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When Kohl's can run this "supposedly" 30% off one to two times a month, tells me that everything they sell is OVERPRICED. They are not selling at a loss, and if you can give 30% off this much the mark up is ridiculous.

It is only an illusion that you are receiving 30% off and better yet are those 40% off MYSTERY E-Mails.
Quote from Ccan View Post :
When Kohl's can run this "supposedly" 30% off one to two times a month, tells me that everything they sell is OVERPRICED. They are not selling at a loss, and if you can give 30% off this much the mark up is ridiculous.

It is only an illusion that you are receiving 30% off and better yet are those 40% off MYSTERY E-Mails.
Yes, the mark up is significant but you can save a ton if you know how to shop. Combining the percent off with dollar off coupons for example. I consistently buy toys (Melissa and Doug for example) for less than the lowest ever Amazon price according to CCC when toy dollar off coupons are offered. Another lower than anywhere price is on kids clothing (Carter's for example) when they offer dollar off and percent off. Combine these savings further with earned or redeemed kohls cash and the prices are almost impossibe to beat with the exception of price mistakes or clearance elsewhere.
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And to think, some people shop at Kohl's WITHOUT coupons. Suckers.
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the price of the dresses is so high for slickdeals. i will not choose it
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Quote from daisybeetle View Post :
***Upcoming Sept 15, not live yet***

Kohls Cardholders

Kohls.com [kohls.com] will have 30% off for Cardholders w code HARVEST30
Free ship code pending
Do you think the Free Shipping code will be available around the 15th when this new deal goes live?

Just wondering. Have some $10 Kohl's Cash from Discover to spend, but the items I want are online only. Frown
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Do you think the Free Shipping code will be available around the 15th when this new deal goes live?

Just wondering. Have some $10 Kohl's Cash from Discover to spend, but the items I want are online only. Frown
Definitely, yes.
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