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Free kohls merchandise scheme

  1. #1
    DietPiano Naturally Camouflaged [awhile colour my acaridiasis]
    Every 50 bucks you spend at kohls you get 10 bucks in kohls cash. So if you buy $500 of clothes you would get $100 in kohls cash, which you can use to buy anything in the store like a gift card.

    What if you buy $500 in stuff, preferably like a really expensive suit coat and pants or something, collect your $100 in kohls cash and then spend your kohls cash and return your original items following that? Rinse repeat, free clothes.
  2. #2
    Admin African Astronaut
    Try it and let us know. Also, can you actually use the Kohl's Cash to buy a gift card?
  3. #3
    DietPiano Naturally Camouflaged [awhile colour my acaridiasis]
    No, im certain you cant
  4. #4
    Erekshun African Astronaut
    Free shit anytime you want. Got to be smart tho. Go into a store and buy 1 thing you really want and then leave. Wait about 2 to 3 hours and then with your receipt in hand, go in the store and grab what you bought off the shelf and return it with your receipt.
  5. #5
    DietPiano Naturally Camouflaged [awhile colour my acaridiasis]
    I looked onthe back and i think they explicitly guard against doing that
  6. #6
    Speedy Parker Space Nigga [my absentmindedly lachrymatory gazania]
    Originally posted by Erekshun Free shit anytime you want. Got to be smart tho. Go into a store and buy 1 thing you really want and then leave. Wait about 2 to 3 hours and then with your receipt in hand, go in the store and grab what you bought off the shelf and return it with your receipt.



    Originally posted by DietPiano I looked onthe back and i think they explicitly guard against doing that

    If you use cash....
  7. #7
    Admin African Astronaut
    I haven't been inside a Kohl's in like 5 years at least. Don't they have je welry?

    How long until the Kohl's Cash is usable?

    Im going to check myself. I'm pretty sure they've thought about this and prevent it.

    They could always turn down the $500 return.
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