Black Friday is going to be big this year at your local Kohl’s, with most stores opening on Thanksgiving at Midnight and a 64 page advertisement packed with great weekend only discounts, (which can be seen here) most “hardcore holiday shoppers” are going to find it hard to resist not stopping by this year, especially with all the extra special savings you get on top of the already low prices…
Like $15 Kohl’s Cash for Every $50 you spend, which is exactly like getting a free gift card or store credit redeemable on everything in store and online*, which is equivalent to getting 30% cash back. There is no limit to how much you can earn and I must add that this will stack up quickly and will create more savings during its redemption period, due to the fact its $5 more than the $10 we usually give out during Kohl’s Cash sales days.
On top of the Kohl’s cash you can earn, if you didn’t receive your coupon in the mailer, there is a printable version for 15% off your entire purchase (which is available here). People who chose to sign up for a Kohl’s Charge card this weekend however, will automatically save 20% off their entire purchase (no coupon necessary)** and will be eligible for continued savings through out the year, including “pick your day savings” which I will explain more in another post.
Also, if you haven’t already sign up for their emails (HERE), upon confirmation you get your own unique $5 off your entire purchase coupon which can be stacked on top of your 15% off. Like the charge card, you will continue to see savings through out the year which include but are not limited to $10 off your next purchase, and all the way up to 30% off.
Kohl’s is a great place to shop, especially if you’re looking in the right place (like their clearance section, which I personally have seen go as far as 90% off and can be combined with any coupon). So if you haven’t already sign up for their emails and print off their 15% off coupon to start saving!
*Except Charitable Item & Gift Cards
** This can not be stacked on top of your 15% coupon if you have one. Kohl’s does not allow stacking of percentages, however they do allow an unlimited amount of stacking of dollars off, as long as you have a variety of different coupons, not multiples of the same ones.