Bed, Bath & Beyond is a popular destination for household items and a great place to buy wedding and shower gifts. But, it can also be expensive. Or, at least it was! Learn how to save money with these incredible money saving tips!
If you’ve ever walked into Bed Bath & Beyond with five items on your to-get list and walked out with 20 purchases, you’re not alone. Luckily there are plenty of ways to save money at Bed, Bath & Beyond. Here are 15.
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BED, BATH & BEYOND MONEY SAVING TRICKS
1. Subscribe to Emails
Sign up to receive emails! Subscribers get a Bed, Bath & Beyond coupon to save 20% off one item right away. You will also receive several coupons and offers in your inbox all year long.
2. Provide the Store With Your Address
Bed, Bath & Beyond coupons will come every week or two via email. However, if you provide your address, you’ll receive offers through snail mail as well.
These coupons can be converted to online coupons if it says so on the coupon. If you find this wording on your coupon, add it to your account.
Log into your account and click on My Offers and click the Add a Coupon link. Enter the eight-digit code on the bottom of your coupon. Now, it is a coupon you can use online!
3. Give Up Your Cell Number
When you sign up for text alerts, you will receive a welcome coupon to save 20% off your next purchase. Read the terms as sometimes these can be used both in the store or online.
4. Stack Multiple Coupons
You can stack coupons at your local Bed, Bath & Beyond store! The coupons must be current and must meet the minimum purchase requirement. If shopping online, double check shipping charges, so you know stacking is worth it!
5. Price Match
A common question people have is this: “Does Bed Bath and Beyond price match?” The good news is – they do!! However, it must be an identical item and must also meet the Bed Bath & Beyond Price Match policy.
6. Price Match AND Use a Coupon
If the competitor with the better price would allow you to apply a coupon as well, Bed Bath & Beyond will let you do the same! Otherwise, they give you the best discount — either the coupon or the price-match option
7. Use Manufacturer’s coupons
Bed, Bath & Beyond accepts manufacturer’s coupons. You can find them in your local paper, manufacturer website and our comprehensive Coupon Database.
8. Cash in on a Manufacturer’s Coupon & a Price Match
Double your savings by doing some research for better prices at a competing store. Then, find a manufacturer’s coupon for the same item and Bed, Bath & Beyond will allow you to do both!!
(Remember, this must be a manufacturer’s coupon, not a competitor’s coupon.)
9. Use Competitor’s Coupons
Most people do not realize that Bed, Bath & Beyond will accept coupons from competitors. The product must be identical, and the coupon cannot be expired.
10. Hold on to Receipts to Cash in on Coupons Later
Save those receipts! If you purchase an item at Bed, Bath & Beyond and receive a coupon a few days later, you can go in and use it!
11. Ask for Price Adjustments on Sale Items
Even if you don’t get a coupon in the mail, if an item you just purchased goes on sale, bring the product and your receipt in for a price adjustment.
12. Get a Bed Bath & Beyond Credit Card
The brand’s MasterCard gives frequent shoppers 5% back for every $1 spent at its stores, 2% back percent on gas and groceries and 1% back anywhere else.
Just be sure to pay your balances off in full; otherwise, you’ll be paying a variable purchase annual percentage rate (APR) of 24.49%, 18.49%, or 14.49%, depending on your creditworthiness.
13. Get Cash Back
Use sites like Ebates to receive cash back on your purchases at Bed Bath & Beyond. When you click and shop there, you will get paid!
14. Check Out the Clearance Section
It’s obvious but worth repeating — don’t forget to shop the clearance section. It is especially important if you are searching for a particular type of item rather than an actual product (i.e., coffee makers rather than Hamilton Beach coffee makers).
The Bed, Bath & Beyond clearance section has hundreds of items on sale, sometimes at more than half off. Experts say looking early in the week is best, too, because that tends to be when new inventory is available.
15. Wait for Additional Deals to Come via Email
Besides their impressive 20% coupons, Bed, Bath & Beyond often sends exclusive deals to their email users that might help you save even more.
For example, “Any 2 for $10 [regularly $9.99 each] on Taste & Co. Olive Oils and Balsamic Vinegar” is sitting in my inbox right now. It is a great way to stock up on gifts for future use.
16. Score Gift Cards Directly From the Store
Bed, Bath & Beyond has also been known to provide shopping incentives to their customers by offering gifts cards with your purchases. These gift cards usually don’t expire, so they’re a great way to save.
17. Buy Cheap Gift Cards Online
Use sites like Gift Card Granny to purchase gift cards for Bed, Bath & Beyond at less than face value. Keep in mind that most are eGift cards for online use only, and they sometimes take a day or two to arrive.
18. Find Bed, Bath & Beyond Online Coupon Codes
While you will get offers sent to your inbox, tex or mailbox, you may need to find another coupon code. Check out sites such as RetailmeNot to locate the current Bed, Bath & Beyond coupon codes available.
19. Watch for Rebates
Many products sold at Bed, Bath & Beyond qualify for rebates. Shop these items when available and submit the necessary paperwork timely. You can submit your rebate online and track its status.
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