Senior Contributor
Posts: 3,448
Registered: ‎11-30-2007

Kohl's Cash, How it Works!

Kohl's frequently offers the $10 Kohl's Cash Coupon.  One for every $50 purchased.   Let's say you purchase $400 worth of merchandise and receive $80 in Kohl's Cash.


Let's say you purchased this merchandise and paid with something other than Kohl's Charge.  Technically if you refund a $50 item, the $10 Kohl's Cash is subtracted from the $50 leaving you a $40 credit.


Instead of getting the return on your CC.....if they offer you a Kohl's Merchandise Return Credit Card, take it.  You get to keep the $10 in Koh's Cash.  Just a little tidbit from me to you. 

Senior Contributor
Posts: 3,017
Registered: ‎06-03-2008

Re: Kohl's Cash, How it Works!

Great, tidbit! Thank you much. I'm having a field day with this Kohl's cash!
Frequent Contributor
Posts: 279
Registered: ‎07-12-2007

Re: Kohl's Cash, How it Works!

*note to self*  Stay out of Kohl's until itchyfingeritis disappears!!
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