REI’s Latest Members-Only Sale Takes 20% Off One Full-Price and Outlet Item

Use the promo code MEMPERK2019 to get your discount through April 8th.

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From now through April 8th, REI members have access to two 20% off coupons: one for 20% off a full-price item and one for 20% off an outlet item (online only). The discount will automatically apply to the most expensive item in your cart.

Shoppers will have to use the code MEMPERK2019 when checking out online, or take their coupon with them when shopping in-store. And for online orders, shipping is free if your total exceeds $50.

Unfortunately, the promo doesn’t stack with any other deal or discount, doesn’t count for clearance items (prices ending in $0.83 or $0.93) and is limited to one use each per customer.

There are a few product exclusions as well, like snowboards and gift cards, which you can read about in the terms and conditions.

If you’re a registered member, you’ve likely already received the deal and a catalog through the mail, along with your yearly REI dividends. That’s where you’ll find the physical coupon good for brick-and-mortar locations.

And for those who haven’t signed up yet, you can buy a lifetime REI Co-op membership for $20 here.

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Sample Deals for the REI Members-Only Sale

Furthermore, if you buy certain REI Co-op brand items between now and March 28th, you’ll get 10% back in the form of a digital member bonus card, good from April 12th to the 22nd.

And if you want to keep an eye on REI’s upcoming deals, set up a Deal Alert with us.

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Taryn Ziegler

Taryn Ziegler is a localization writer working in the greater Seattle area. She graduated from the University of Washington Bothell and harbors a deep love for all things related to literature and indie gaming. She is happily married and owns altogether too many pets for her own good.

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