Kohls BM Black Friday (until 1 PM) 12 small appliances and small MM.



  • If you are brave enough to go to Kohls on BF morning, you can get 12 small appliances cheap (or a MM depending on how you look at it).

    Step 1 (optional):
    Go to Meijer and buy 4 $50.00 Kohls gift cards - Earn $20.00 mPerk rewards
    (You can get these cards before Thursday.)

    Step 2 at Kohls:
    Buy 7 of the 21.99 appliances on page 18 of the BF ad (crockpot, bella and hamilton beach)
    The limit is 5 of any item, so you can buy 7 different items or 5 of one and 2 of another or whatever combination you want that equals 7
    cost = 153.93

    Buy 5 of the 16.99 Toastmaster appliances in left column of page 18 (these are only on sale until 1 PM)
    Again the limit is 5 of each item so same rules apply but must be 5 total items
    cost = 84.95

    Total cost of all 12 items = 238.88

    use promo HARVEST15 to take off 15% = -35.83
    (I think that there are also other 15% codes)

    238.88 - 35.83 leaves $203.05

    our sales tax is 7% = 14.21

    Total after taxes is 217.26

    if you went to Meijer, pay with gift cards
    If you got a promo card in the mail (mine was $10.00) use it too

    Their register will print a rebate form and rebate receipt for each item.

    You will receive:
    $20.00 mPerks rewards (if you did step 1)
    $144.00 in visa card rebates ($12.00 x 12) in the mail
    $75.00 in Kohls cash from the register
    $10.00 in YesToYou Kohls rewards via e-mail later

    $249.00 total in various remunerations

    =$31.74 MM after rebates, Kohls cash, YesToYou rewards, and mPerks

    I’ve been doing this for the last 3 years and I posted it last year on FW, the rebates are back fast and it works like a charm. The last 2 years I have even gotten a girl to help me get the items.

    Note: since the limit is 5 per item, you can double the deal and get 24 items if you are extremely industrious.

    [I thought someone would have outlined this deal by now, and if its a repeat, please delete.]


  • Global Moderator

    some of those toastmaster appliances are pure junk, barely worth it for free. I think the other appliances are a much better deal (see Kohls Power Shopper post in HD) and also are pretty much free after all the offers PLUS have a much higher resale value, you can easily flip the crock pots, waffle irons, etc for about $15 each. Can’t get much more than $5-8 for many of the toastmaster since many stores sell them for $4.99 with no rebates (or Proctor Silex) this time of year.

    both deals on are online, why torment yourself going to the B&M anyway? just need to be over $50 for free shipping.


  • Global Moderator

    Couldn’t you order online and pick up in store after the Black Friday mayhem to avoid the crowds or having your items damaged during shipping (especially if you plan to resell them)?


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    @fivetalents it is mayhem at Kohls B&M for days, lots do the online pick up option too. Given the rebates, it is easy to get $50 in your cart post discounts and have them shipped for free. I’ve never had any of them damages since they pack a number of these items into one larger box.

    I honestly see no reason to go to the store if you are ONLY doing this appliance deal. if it were in store only, I’d understand.


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    @mistercheap I agree. I resell the Toastmaster junk for $6 ea. I outlined my Hamilton Beach & Bella deal in the other thread. Mine was “only” $18xx MM before resale but I don’t have Meijer and I did it all online last night. Have already received the Kohls cash & “ready for pick up” emails. Even better, I’ll end up with appliances that I can resell for more than $10 ea.


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    @mistercheap said in Kohls BM Black Friday (until 1 PM) 12 small appliances and small MM.:

    @fivetalents it is mayhem at Kohls B&M for days, lots do the online pick up option too. Given the rebates, it is easy to get $50 in your cart post discounts and have them shipped for free. I’ve never had any of them damages since they pack a number of these items into one larger box.

    I honestly see no reason to go to the store if you are ONLY doing this appliance deal. if it were in store only, I’d understand.

    I’m picking up in store because there’s no sales tax where I’m picking up. If I have stuff shipped to home I’ll pay sales tax. It would be $15 tax which would wipe out my MM. 😉



  • Here is Kohl’s Black Friday ad, for those who don’t have a paper copy handy from which to check out page 18; for even quicker access to the individual small electrics/small appliances that @jmc’s fabulous savings would apply to, click here:

    Small Kitchen Electrics for $2 or Less AC & MIR & $15 KC & Y2Y & FS @Kohls.com thru Nov 24

    Kohl’s current Rebate Offers

    With the exception of a few Doorbusters on Black Friday morning, most of these BF prices are valid right now at Kohls.com, so, unless you don’t mind the torture of uber-crowded stores and standing in a checkout line for 30 minutes or so, I concur with @MisterCheap and @fivetalents that shopping online is the sane way to go. Plus, you can get extra savings with cashback when you shop online from the comfort of your home. Bonus.


    Plan your Kohl’s shopping strategy with sales and promo codes listed in the

    🛍 Official Kohls Sales and Promo Codes Master Thread


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    @jmc
    You will receive:
    $20.00 mPerks rewards (if you did step 1)
    $144.00 in visa card rebates ($12.00 x 12) in the mail
    $75.00 in Kohls cash from the register
    $10.00 in YesToYou Kohls rewards via e-mail later

    If your total is $203.05 how are you getting $75 in Kohls Cash?



  • @my4mainecoons you are right, my mistake.
    I must have done a slightly different deal last year, because i had $75 Kohls cash.



  • Where do you guys resell these junk appliances?



  • 2 points
    The $5 or $10 promo cards just sent out are in-store, so can’t apply to online orders.
    And you have several days to get to the store and pick up your online orders. Consider picking up early next week, and avoiding the crowds in Kohls BF weekend.


  • Global Moderator

    never mind



  • The credit card sized $10 off $10 promotional gift that I received in the mail with the F&F Sale brochure has a 15-digit numbered barcode on the back that can successfully be added to Wallet and, presumably, be applied to an online purchase, despite the “in-store only” caveat.

    The $10 off $10 promotional gift that I received via email this afternoon, however, displays only a generic-looking barcode; moreover, clicking on the barcode does not direct me to a printer-friendly pass, as expected, but, rather, to Kohl’s catalog of 157,782 Black Friday Sale items.

    I’ve not seen this kind of promo before and wonder if the barcode is even valid, or simply a ruse to lure me into the utter chaos store. 😕

    Did you get a different set of promo codes, @MisterCheap?


  • Global Moderator

    @KohlsPowrShopper I was referring to the credit card size Q in the F&F brochure. Did not receive the email.


  • Global Moderator

    It looks like they updated the $10 off $10 Biz Size to only be valid in store. Am I seeing that right @KohlsPowrShopper



  • Today’s email promotional gift arrived around 2:00 CT, subject being:
    STORES OPEN TONIGHT–Save $10 & Shop early for the best deals!

    @BriaryCliffs was on top of things and sent out the alert here: Heads Up! Kohl’s $10 off $10 in store coupon in latest email good through 11/24/17 at 1pm (local), but, judging from some of the responses, it looks like it may have been a selective invitation (I don’t know if I’ve ever received a $10 off $10 via email before…usually, just the $10 off $50 promos)…wouldn’t hurt to check your email inbox again, @MisterCheap, just in case… 🙂 You always seem to have good fortune. 🍀

    Just attempted to use the F&F brochure $10 off $10 card and received the following error message:

    This promo code can’t be applied on Kohls.com. Find out where this code works by checking the offer details. An offer is a horrible thing to waste!

    Drat! Kohl’s must be catching on to our wiley ways… 😉

    Since the promotional gifts are truly for in-store use only, would you happen to know if they can by redeemed via kiosk? The time spent at the kiosk would probably be equivalent to the time spent in the checkout line, but… 😕



  • Just got back from an exhausting trip to Kohls. First off, both my mom and I got the $10 email today. It has the rewards numbers, so I assume they only went to rewards customers. My mom stood in line while I found 3 items we could use that were a little over $10, after finding out the mattress topper and sheet set I was going for were completely gone. Nearly 2 hours later, the first order went through fine with my email coupon, my mom’s order went fine with her email coupon, but the mailed card coupon said already redeemed. Either the email coupon was the same coupon that they emailed me and forgot to mention it, or someone was hacking numbers. I assume the email is the same as the mailed coupon, but it is impossible to tell. A little disappointed. I drove 90 miles round trip just to go to a town with a Kohl’s to pick up $30 of free stuff. I wasn’t going for just the $10, would have considered it for $20.

    We got to Kohl’s at 7:15, saw the line wrapped around the store, left, went to Walmart, no line at checkout, went to JCP, 10 minute wait, back to Kohl’s to wait it out. They were offering candy canes to people in line, they needed to hand out snacks and water.



  • @briarycliffs reported:

    Just got back from an exhausting trip to Kohls … both my mom and I got the $10 email today … the first order went through fine with my email coupon, my mom’s order went fine with her email coupon, but the mailed card coupon said already redeemed. Either the email coupon was the same coupon that they emailed me and forgot to mention it, or someone was hacking numbers. I assume the email is the same as the mailed coupon, but it is impossible to tell.

    It appears that Kohl’s merely meant the email to be a reminder that there was a promotional gift available, in case the credit card-size version went unnoticed…

    Since the barcodes looked completely different to my untrained eye (filling me with the hope that, not only had I finally scored one, but, I had hit the jackpot with two promotional gifts), I uploaded an image of the unnumbered email barcode to a barcode reader, which then translated the bars into letters and numerals.

    I then compared the results of the mystery barcode to the numbered barcode, only to be disappointed that the two were identical. 😞

    If it seems too good to be true…



  • Attempted to use the F&F brochure $10 off $10 promotional gift card last night online and received the following error message:

    This promo code can’t be applied on Kohls.com. Find out where this code works by checking the offer details. An offer is a horrible thing to waste!

    Decided to bite the bullet around lunchtime today and brave the chaos crowds in order to redeem my promotional gift; not wanting to stand in the checkout line that stretched nearly the entire perimeter of the store, however, I attempted to bypass the In-Store Only redemption requirement by logging into Kohl’s Wi-Fi (couldn’t access my account), then, when that didn’t work, by using a kiosk…

    Two kiosks and a lesson in patience later, I reached the checkout screen and the same error message as last night (with on kiosk replacing on Kohls.com ).

    Ended up going to a different area of the store where 6-8 registers were zipping along; was thru that line in less than 10 minutes, purchase in hand and $10 better off, even though it was after the 1pm cutoff time by that point…


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    @mistercheap said in Kohls BM Black Friday (until 1 PM) 12 small appliances and small MM.:

    @fivetalents it is mayhem at Kohls B&M for days, lots do the online pick up option too. Given the rebates, it is easy to get $50 in your cart post discounts and have them shipped for free. I’ve never had any of them damages since they pack a number of these items into one larger box.

    I honestly see no reason to go to the store if you are ONLY doing this appliance deal. if it were in store only, I’d understand.

    @mistercheap Well, I found another reason to pick up in store. Earned $5 Kohls Cash for doing it. Turns out there’s been a promotion for $5 KC when you BOPUS.

    This week I placed an order to use the $60 KC and $10 Yes2You I’d earned buying appliances. Received $5 KC for doing BOPUS. Just chatted with CS wondering why I’d received for 2nd order but hadn’t received the BOPUS bonus for my 12 appliances. They issued 100 Yes2You pts and gave me $5/$5 my next online order. If I choose BOPUS again I’ll receive another $5 KC for that order.

    I picked up my 12 appliances on Saturday PM after Thanksgiving. I was the only one at the CS counter. Of course a line formed behind me since it took CSR a bit to collect the 12 appliances.


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    @my4mainecoons that’s great, but I have a variety of reasons for not doing store pick up during BF weekend. Let me outline a few…

    I’m a Kohls Cardholder and regularly get the 30% code, so $5 in Kohls cash is really worth $3.50 to me since I’d pay $3.50 for the $5 item you use KC on since you can’t use promo codes on top of it. Earning $3.50 to drive to the store and invest 30-60 minutes of my time simply isn’t a good return on my time investment when there are so many deals to run around locally or shop online for throughout that weekend. Plus the thought of lugging 12 appliances out of the store to load them in my car to unload them again is another time investment and certainly not worth $3.50 in additional ‘money’ to me. The UPS guy leaves all the boxes right at my front door, easy - peasy.

    I’m not knocking you at all for doing it, if you think it was worth it for the extra KC and you didn’t mind the extra physical work on your end, great. Friday and Saturday, long after I’d ordered these appliances online back on Monday 11/20 shortly after midnight for stacking the 20% and $10/50 home codes, I was busy at Staples getting the free rebate paper to cash out rewards, additional runs to CVS, local supermarkets for gift card deals, ordering more merchandise online on great deals that kept popping up, etc. Time management becomes very important to me during the entire BF week including cyber monday. The gift card deals at the Supermarket were $20MM’s. There’s lots of traffic to fight, lots of crowds in general-everyone out at stores, parking lots, etc, so I don’t feel the need to try and get all the small deals when my time is better spent on the stuff that’s very lucrative and HAS TO BE purchased at a B&M. I Have no complaints, and will likely do it exactly the same again next year.


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    @mistercheap Wish there were deals at my supermarket. Staples sales staff did my purchasing. I only had Saturday to shop so I drove 9 hrs from Dad’s to home stopping at RA’s & Petco along the way (5 hrs if no stops). Happily it was “untapped” territory for clearance Nicorette. Everybody does what works for them. I was just pleased to get an extra $5 in the deal. Picking up was worth ~ $20 for me. $15 in sales tax saved and $5 BOPUS bonus.


 

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