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6 Expert Savings Tips at Department Stores

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It is no secret that Department stores are some of the most likely to offer promo codes and coupons to their customers. No matter the season, you can almost always find a deal at stores like Kohl's. Utilizing coupons is a great first step, however, if you want the best deal you'll need to take advantage of all the perks Department Stores offer. To help you maximize your savings, our expert staff has come up with 6 tips any shopper can follow.

-Enjoy rewards as a Card Holder. Department stores often have their own unique credit cards that among other benefits, give shoppers access to regular deals and exclusives. By simply using your stores credit card you will build up rewards points which can be redeemed for store credit. Some Department Stores will even go a step further and give away special promo codes just for rewards member. For example, you can get a 30% off promo code at Kohl's for signing up for a Kohl's credit card.

-Look for free shipping. While shopping online is convenient, paying for shipping is a something every shopper wants to avoid. Thankfully most major Department Stores offer some form of free shipping. It’s not rare to find outright free shipping no strings attached but it’s more likely to see something like this TJ Maxx promo code: free shipping on orders over $75. Make sure to double check the stores shipping policy (as well as PromoCodeWatch for a free shipping code) before placing your order.

-Sign up for email newsletters and let the deals come to you. Signing up for a department stores email newsletter is a great way to passively find the best deals available. Stores also offer deals when first signing up. For example, Bloomingdale’s has run promotions for 10% off when signing up for their email list. And don’t forget to check your spam mail if you’re not seeing the emails.

-Shop limited time sales for specific products. As department stores experience product turnover, older products become available for cheaper to sell faster and make room on their shelves. You will typically find these discounted items in sections labeled "clearance" or "outlet".

-Shop out of season. You'll often find deep discounts on products going out of season. For example, at the end of winter/early spring, prices on winter apparel are usually slashed.

-Wait for the holidays. The best time to find more deals than you could even use is around the holidays. Black Friday is obviously the biggest but holidays like Valentine’s Day and Mother's Day provide a more niche season with appropriately more niche products.

Remember, always check PromoCodeWatch first for the best promo codes. And if you are looking to keep up with product deals, Hotdeals.info is constantly updating their site with the latest price drops.

Eric Green

Eric is an experienced expert at most things. He lives everywhere and nowhere at once and spends as little money as possible at all times.

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