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I have $315 Kohl's cash in total and I am damn sure that I won't be using it before December 6th. Can someone suggest a way to convert the Kohl's cash into actual cash in a direct/in-direct way ? Thanks in advance
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I have $315 Kohl's cash in total and I am damn sure that I won't be using it before December 6th. Can someone suggest a way to convert the Kohl's cash into actual cash in a direct/in-direct way ? Thanks in advance
Buy something and then you can return and get another month extension for your kohls cash. I did like that couple times.
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I have $315 Kohl's cash in total and I am damn sure that I won't be using it before December 6th. Can someone suggest a way to convert the Kohl's cash into actual cash in a direct/in-direct way ? Thanks in advance
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Buy something and then you can return and get another month extension for your kohls cash. I did like that couple times.
You can also buy something at the store and ask for a gift receipt, then return the item with the gift receipt, and you will get KMC (Kohl's Merchandise Credit), which is similar to Kohl's gift card and does not expire.
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You can also buy something at the store and ask for a gift receipt, then return the item with the gift receipt, and you will get KMC (Kohl's Merchandise Credit), which is similar to Kohl's gift card and does not expire.
This is the better idea for sure👍
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I have $315 Kohl's cash in total and I am damn sure that I won't be using it before December 6th. Can someone suggest a way to convert the Kohl's cash into actual cash in a direct/in-direct way ? Thanks in advance
The only way you can convert it to real cash is to sell it to someone for a discount. If you put it up for trade and say you'll take $300 (or whatever amount you're willing to take) paid cash/paypal/venmo/etc maybe there'll be takers. Otherwise, you can do the suggestions above without losing your KCs.
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You can also buy something at the store and ask for a gift receipt, then return the item with the gift receipt, and you will get KMC (Kohl's Merchandise Credit), which is similar to Kohl's gift card and does not expire.
is this going to be in store only credit?
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You can also buy something at the store and ask for a gift receipt, then return the item with the gift receipt, and you will get KMC (Kohl's Merchandise Credit), which is similar to Kohl's gift card and does not expire.

Jus to confirm... Will this work if i order something online with a gift receipt option and return to store ? Or do i need to get something only in-store and request gift receipt and return it for merchandise credit ? Also if i return something before my Kohls Cash expiry date december 6th, they wouldnt reinstate my kohl's cash right ?
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is this going to be in store only credit?
Yes.
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Jus to confirm... Will this work if i order something online with a gift receipt option and return to store ? Or do i need to get something only in-store and request gift receipt and return it for merchandise credit ? Also if i return something before my Kohls Cash expiry date december 6th, they wouldnt reinstate my kohl's cash right ?
I am not sure about online order as my wife has only done it at the store. You don't have to wait for the KC to expire to return.

If anyone has done with gift receipt from online order, please chime in.
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Store Merchandise Credit is not usable Online on kohls.com?

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Yes.

I am not sure about online order as my wife has only done it at the store. You don't have to wait for the KC to expire to return.

If anyone has done with gift receipt from online order, please chime in.
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You can use expired KC till 10 days after they expire -IN STORE only.
This is per their recording when you call KOHLS 1-855-564-5705.
This will give little extra time.I wish this help.
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You can buy something online for in-store pickup and just not pick it up and you will get your Kohl's cash back and another 2-weeks to use it . And yes you can keep doing this until you find something to purcy
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Thanks, this is good to know about the gift receipt to extend the life of the Kohls cash! I also have $15.00 in yes2reward points to use. $ 10.00 of it was an extra $10.00 I received for my recent birthday.
Will this also be able to be converted to KMC along with the kohls cash? I believe the yes2reward cash is treated like Kohls cash.

Thanks for any help!
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Store Merchandise Credit is not usable Online on kohls.com?
You can use it online. It's similar to Kohl's gift card.
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Yes.

I am not sure about online order as my wife has only done it at the store. You don't have to wait for the KC to expire to return.

If anyone has done with gift receipt from online order, please chime in.
I just tested. Ordered online w/ gift receipt, yet refunded w/ another Kohl's cash when returning w/ gift receipt. So, no use for online order. I'm going to try making in-store purchase.
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I purchased an item for $21.99+tax and used 30% off coupon and $10 off coupon and also received $15 Kohls cash which I used it later for other purchase. Now, this item came defective, now what are my options? If I return back this item, how much amount I'll get? Will I be getting amt reducing 30% off and $10 off coupons and wot abt Kohls cash that I used?
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