Post # 1
Yesterday I got a 20% off your entire order coupon from Bed Bath and Beyond. Obviously, I’m super excited about this. Then I was reading the fine print and it says in addition to no Dyson vacuums no Breville products. WTH? I have had my eye on the Brevilee $250 convection oven for a while.
So I looked at my other coupons and I had one that has expired for a one time 20% off and Breville is mysteriously missing from the exclusions. If it’s not listed on there, do they have to accept it even if they don’t take coupons for those products now? I suppose they could always just choose not to accept the coupon since technically it’s expired.
Post # 3
@Cem0930: They except expired coupons. I would call your local store and explain that way your not wasting your time if it’s not going to work.
Post # 4
The BB&B near me allows them to be used on the “excluded” product lines anyways. Give it a whirl.
Post # 5
They’ve always accepted my expired coupons. I’ve even mentioned it’s expired and they never cared.
Post # 6
- Wedding: June 2012 - Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyards
Some BBBs accept expired coupons. Some don’t.
Some enforce the restrictions. Some don’t.
You have to get to know the cashiers to figure it out. Just ask them if it’s okay.
Post # 7
Every BB&B I’ve been to (in multiple states) has accepted any and every 20% off coupon whether or not it’s expired. I’ve also used the coupons on some of the “excluded” brands like kate spade and DKNY with no problem whatsoever.
But like @Mrs. Mink said, it will ultimately boil down to which policies and fine print your BB&B chooses to enforce.