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Select Great Clips Salon Locations [Store Locator] is offering their Great Clips Haircut Coupon for $8.99 w/ this Printable Coupon.

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  • Great Clips is a hair salon franchise with over 4,100 locations across the United States and Canada. No appointment is needed, walk in or check in online is available.
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Get a haircut for $8.99 at participating US area Great Clips salons.
Valid at the following participating area Great Clips salons; Bay & Walton County, Billings, Gillette & Sheridan, Bowling Green & Glasgow, Cincinnati, Clarksburg, Cleveland, Akron, Canton & Sandusky, Columbus, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Dayton, Erie, Flint, Bay City, Mt. Plsnt, Saginaw, Gainesville, Greater Rogers-Fayetteville, Greater Triangle, Houston, Joplin, Carthage, Neosho & Webb City, Las Vegas, Lima, Lincoln/Grand Island, Nashville, New Mexico, North Alabama, Northeast and Central PA, Odessa-Midland, Orlando, Palm Springs, Parkersburg, Phoenix, Piedmont Triad, Portland, Roanoke, San Antonio, Shreveport & Marshall, Sioux City & Norfolk, Tampa, Bradenton, Lakeland, Sarasota & St. Petersburg, Toledo, Tri-Cities, TN/VA, Tucson, Washington D.C., Wausau, Wheeling, Wichita Falls & Lawton area salons.

https://greatclips.sfly.us/t/tIify6F
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Last Edited by supersandra July 31, 2021 at 09:22 AM
Found a couple other Great Clips coupons for other areas, in case they are of interest:

Get a great haircut for $9.99 at participating Detroit area Great Clips salons. To redeem the offer now, click "Redeem Now" and present this offer on your phone at the time of payment. https://greatclips.sfly.us/pSFOvpe

Get $2 off a great haircut at Blackhawk/Danville, Fremont, Dublin, Capitola, Santa Cruz, Sunnyvale, Menlo Park, Lawrence & Monroe in Santa Clara and Brokaw Commons in San Jose; Great Clips salons.
https://greatclips.sfly.us/7hsuzWx
Questions & Answers BETA
vegaspartier asked this question on 07-29-2021 at 11:10 AM
07-29-2021 at 11:10 AM
The TN/VA border area, it’s one MSA/CSA around Johnson City, I believe.

Hehehehehe, Johnson.
07-29-2021 at 03:36 PM
Johnson City, Kingsport, and Bristol TN are all near the VA state line. Bristol is even divided down the middle by the aptly named State Street, which has TN on one side and VA on the other.
JustinG1934 asked this question on 07-29-2021 at 11:09 AM
07-29-2021 at 11:09 AM
i clicked on redeem button and it said 8/12/21
07-30-2021 at 01:14 AM
Depends on when you print the coupon. It gives you 2 weeks from that point to use it.
sixty asked this question on 07-30-2021 at 10:44 AM
07-30-2021 at 02:20 PM
To redeem the offer now, click “Redeem Now” and present this offer on your phone at the time of payment.
Says that right in the offer.

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i still don't understand why in US people tip and need to tip even if the job done is not satisfactory , in rest of the countries their employers pay them, tipping is something if you are doing additional work what you are not agreed,
it's because the US wage laws suck and a lot of workers don't make any money without tips.


It is appropriate to tip based on the pre-discount price of services, food, etc.
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isn't there a loophole so a business doesn't have to pay minimum wage? I'm going to have to start feeling bad writing zero at the tip section for the Macy's receipts.
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isn't there a loophole so a business doesn't have to pay minimum wage? I'm going to have to start feeling bad writing zero at the tip section for the Macy's receipts.
since when do macys ask for tips on their receipts?
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I gave a $20 tip and she gave me a lap dance, so there!
doesnt make any sense. you gave her tips before or after the dance? if its before the dance, it wasnt a tip. its a payment.
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Whoops, be sure to check the participating locations /facepalm

Got a nice cut from them but couldn't redeem it
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No Luck in Austin, TX. Coupon didn't worked.
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Worked in Dallas, thanks op
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No Luck in MN.
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For those who are familiar with the Holderness Family YouTube channel, they pimped Great Clips today:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9PiMF8Bs8o
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Deflecting? Your arguments are full of logical fallacies and *I'm* deflecting?

You being a past employer does not make your stance the correct one, nor does my being an employee make mine incorrect.

Now, if you want to give everyone here examples and details as to what your "business" was, how much you paid your "employees", why you didn't pay them a fair wage, and how requiring them to rely on customers to pay them through tips instead of you the "employer" paying them was a sustainable practice and fair to them, then go for it.

The original point you made was that abolishing tips would abolish businesses. It was pointed out that any business that relies on free or grossly underpaid labor is not a good business. As soon as that was pointed out, you immediately jumped to the 'appeal to authority' argument.
I think you are missing my initial point.
My first response was to orioncygnus not you.
orioncygnus wanted to mandate
abolishing tipping and having employers pay their employees more because of what he/she believed was the ridiculous culture of tipping. Tipping is just another form of commission based pay. I don't believe the government should control pricing. If I want to work for $1 a day I want the freedom to do that. I suggested to Orion he/she open his/her own business and run it the way he/she wants instead of telling other people how much or how to pay their employees. It's easy for 50 yard line quarterbacks to have opinions that are out of synch with reality the ultimate example being Marx who didn't work lived off others yet wanted to tell the world how to live with very destructive results. I understand this is an unpopular opinion most people want the government to do everything for them control every outcome but we are losing the very freedoms that attracts the rest of the world to our doorstep. Ben Franklin said Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.
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Usually, people, who make the statement that you made it in your comment, are people, who don't like to tip and are selfish. Don't you think that if it were as simple as just paying the employees more, and still being able to have a successful business, that they would do it? Obviously, if they did that, they would need to increase the price of their product/service, in order to be able to afford to pay their employees the higher wage.

For the record, I am not a business owner, nor have I ever been one, and I'm not on my period. However, I do genuinely despise greed and selfishness.
Not sure it's necessarily greed and selfishness, it's more I think about societal norms and at some level just because we're used to it. You probably tip your stylist, maybe you tip at Starbucks. But you probably don't tip at Wendy's, McDonalds or Burger King. Why not? You probably wouldn't tell us it's because you're greedy or selfish.

Societal pressure many years ago prompted people to "tip" the trash collectors and mail deliverers, I don't know anyone who does that anymore.

Tipping is common for restaurant wait staff primarily because they (at least used to) get paid less by employers assuming they would get tips. Beyond that it's hit and miss for generally unexplainable reasons. Tip Starbucks, not McDonalds, tip hair stylist, not the guy that cuts your lawn.

Still, when I get my hair cut I'll tip just like always. Because I'm just used to it.
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Quote from ScarletTexture1842 :
Get a haircut for $8.99 at participating US area Great Clips salons.
Valid at the following participating area Great Clips salons; Bay & Walton County, Billings, Gillette & Sheridan, Bowling Green & Glasgow, Cincinnati, Clarksburg, Cleveland, Akron, Canton & Sandusky, Columbus, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Dayton, Erie, Flint, Bay City, Mt. Plsnt, Saginaw, Gainesville, Greater Rogers-Fayetteville, Greater Triangle, Houston, Joplin, Carthage, Neosho & Webb City, Las Vegas, Lima, Lincoln/Grand Island, Nashville, New Mexico, North Alabama, Northeast and Central PA, Odessa-Midland, Orlando, Palm Springs, Parkersburg, Phoenix, Piedmont Triad, Portland, Roanoke, San Antonio, Shreveport & Marshall, Sioux City & Norfolk, Tampa, Bradenton, Lakeland, Sarasota & St. Petersburg, Toledo, Tri-Cities, TN/VA, Tucson, Washington D.C., Wausau, Wheeling, Wichita Falls & Lawton area salons.

https://greatclips.sfly.us/t/tIify6F

Thanks. Worked in Tampa.
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Didnt accept in Minnesota.
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#194
I can confirm this did not work at a Great Clips in Upstate New York, specifically the one at 2394 Lyell Ave in Rochester, NY.
For anyone reading that and thinking "duh of course it didn't, NY is not mentioned anywhere in the terms", in the past I have used Great Clips coupons outside of the area specified in the terms with success, so to me it is always worth a try (as long as you are ready to pay full price if not accepted).
Although I wasn't able to benefit from it this time, I am still thankful to the OP for having posted this - keep them coming!
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Worked for me today in the DFW area.
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