Sunday, April 17, 2011

Mudroom Bench

Seems like lot of you like the Kohl's mudroom bench. Here's how to save BIG on this purchase. Follow these steps EXACTLY:

  1. Go HERE and sign up for ebates. You will get $5 from ebates just for signing up. There's NO FEE to join them. Once you are signed up, use THEIR searchbox and type in Kohls. This will take you to the Kohl's website.
  2. Once on the Kohls website, use the Kohls searchbox and type mudroom bench. Scroll down a little bit until you see the Sonoma life + style Storage Bench for $89.99. Click on that bench and add it to your shopping bag.
  3. Check out. You must use your Kohls credit card as form of payment. In the Promo Code box use code shopnsave30 for 30% off. Also use code free4mvc for free shipping.
Your total should look something like this:
You will qualify for $10 in Kohl's Cash because you spent $50 or more and you MUST do this deal TODAY (current Kohl's Cash offer ends today). The Kohl's Cash certificate will be emailed to you, usually within a couple of hours. Print it out and now you can take that Kohl's Cash certificate to your local store beginning tomorrow or use online. Kohl's Cash certificate is good 4/18-5/4.

By going through ebates for your purchase, you have just been paid back 2%. Your deal should work out like this:
  • spend $66.77 on bench
  • get $10 in Kohl's cash = it's like spending $57.77
  • get $5 for signing up for ebates = it's like spending $52.77
  • get 2% back on purchase before tax ($1.26) =  it's like spending $51.51 instead of $89.99
If you want the matching mudroom shelf, here's a good scenario: you have to buy the matching mudroom shelf in-store, it is not available online. Shelf is $59.99, but will be discounted to $49.99 if you use the Kohl's Cash certificate you just got. When buying in-store, use your Kohl's credit card and get an additional 15% off. This will bring your total to around $42 (15% is taken off total after Kohl's Cash is applied) Both of these items are in today's Kohl's circular, page 57. Now, it;s like spending $93 for 2 items that would cost $150 on sale or $260 regular price!!!

Here's my post about ebates if you have more questions: previous ebates post


4 comments:

2011 said...

WHY DID I READ THIS? I don't have a Kohls charge, but now I'm thinking about getting one after we close because of this post.

Questions, if you don't mind me asking, do you have other store cards? If so which one and how does Kohls compare to the others with regards to rewards.

I haven't had store credit cards in years so I'm trying to get ones that offer the most benefits.

ThriftyAmy said...

First, let me say that I pay off my credit cards every month. There's no point in using them to help you save if you then end up paying interest on those purchases. Looking back at all of the purchases we've made thus far for our home here's my suggestions: Pier 1 credit card (fabulous points system and bonus point specials ALL the time), Kohl's credit card (I'm always getting $10 off no min. purchase certificates from them for no apparent reason), Target credit card (5% back on all Target purchases) and a major credit card (use it for stores that you don't have a credit card for) that gives you cash back on ALL of your purchases. HTH and feel free to ask away!

BD said...

My wife is an avid Kohl's shopper. There are times when I get to the bottom of the receipt that I expect the cops to show up at the door to arrest her for theft because the final price is outrageous. She had one a couple of weeks ago with a subtotal of $220 and a final price of $25...gotta love it...how they stay in business is beyond me!!!

Sarah and Brian said...

Today my fiance and I went and bought the mudroom bench with our kohls cash! The mudroom shelf was sold out, so they gave us a rain check and they are even going to let us use our 20% off coupon too! Love it, thanks so much for the tip!