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Kohl’s Friends & Family 20% off Coupon!

Wowza!  Kohl’s is having an in-store friends and family event this weekend.  Print this HOT Kohl’s coupon that is good for 20% off EVERYTHING!
Coupon is valid Thursday, June 16th  - Sunday, June 19th.

I guess I can no longer put off finding a new swimming suit! :)

Thanks, Green Bay Consumer

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30 thoughts on “Kohl’s Friends & Family 20% off Coupon!”

  1. Heidycoupons says:

    with the 20% off friends and family shopping pass is it 20% off the entire purchase? or can you bring one coupon for each itme and get %20 off per item? im cofused please help.

  2. Heidycoupons says:

    with the 20% off friends and family shopping pass is it 20% off the entire purchase? or can you bring one coupon for each itme and get %20 off per item? im cofused please help.

    • Amy Jensen says:

      It is 20% off your entire purchase. I’m also being told by a Kohl’s employee (my mother in law) that for the first time ever, you can stack the friends and family 20% coupons with the 15% or 20% coupons you get in the mail as a Kohl’s credit card holder. (She also gets her employee discount on top of all of that…lucky!)

      • Bandegary says:

        Yes, I just purchased a gazebo that was on sale for $139.99 originally $399.99(definatley not worth that price) and used 2 20% off coupons without using a Khols card and paid out the door $97.00!!! Great deal on this!! At lowes or target they can be between $200-$400.

  3. Jeffreysgirl4ever says:

    Thank you! I went there tonight and scored a swimsuit 40% off plus the 20% off. The best part is that I didn’t intend on going there and didn’t print the coupon but she gave me one in the store! Coolness!!

  4. Helen says:

    Idaho Statesman today had a bright blue post it coupon on the front for $10/$20 at Kohls. The coupon is good until July 4. I bought several papers at Fred Meyers to use during the 20 days. These can be combined with any percentage coupon and their sale price.

  5. Asma_rs says:

    10 off 20 coupon is in todays 6/16 newspaper,its a blue coupon on the very first page of the paper!

  6. Monica says:

    Anyone know if Kohl’s has an issue with stacking coupons? I have a $5 off coupon, $10 off gift card, a 15% off any purchase printed coupon, and this 20% off coupon that I plan to use on a large purchase. Most say “offer can be combined with other offers” but wanted to make sure there wasn’t a Kohl’s coupon policy that I hadn’t seen out in cyberspace.

  7. Monica says:

    Anyone know if Kohl’s has an issue with stacking coupons? I have a $5 off coupon, $10 off gift card, a 15% off any purchase printed coupon, and this 20% off coupon that I plan to use on a large purchase. Most say “offer can be combined with other offers” but wanted to make sure there wasn’t a Kohl’s coupon policy that I hadn’t seen out in cyberspace.

    • Nancy says:

      you can use 1 dollar off coupon and 1 percentage off coupon in one transaction

    • Nancy says:

      you can use 1 dollar off coupon and 1 percentage off coupon in one transaction

    • Nancy says:

      you can use 1 dollar off coupon and 1 percentage off coupon in one transaction

    • Kelli says:

      I have not had a problem in the past using a $X off coupon with a X% off coupon when paying with a gift card but that’s as high as they’ll go for stacking, I believe.

    • Kelli says:

      I have not had a problem in the past using a $X off coupon with a X% off coupon when paying with a gift card but that’s as high as they’ll go for stacking, I believe.

    • Kelli says:

      I have not had a problem in the past using a $X off coupon with a X% off coupon when paying with a gift card but that’s as high as they’ll go for stacking, I believe.

    • Sterry581 says:

      I received a $10 off any purchase coupon in the mail along with 15% off on everything coupon. The ad actually suggested to use them together for a better deal. The $10 coupon does state that if will be applied prior to percent-off discount. For example $12 -$10 coupons = $2 the percent discount will only be applied to the $2 balance. This is important to note!

  8. Kris says:

    First, it’s not uncommon for them to start their prices at higher than suggested retail. Then they offer, say 50% off that price and it’s ___. Then they give away their little coupons and make you think you’re getting a great deal. But, the beginning price was still higher than MSRP.

    Secondly, pick an item and watch it’s cost for a month. I have my eye out on a throw pillow that I’m needing (I already bought one and am needing another). One day it’s $24.99, the next day it’s $22.99. Then they give you this 3-day sale to use with this coupon, but the next day it could be cheaper than *without* the three-day sale AND the coupon. It’s all a marketing ploy and people’s perception. JCPenneys does the same thing.

    • Amy Jensen says:

      Yes, their “regular” prices are higher than other stores… so don’t buy anything regular price there! That isn’t hard to avoid anyway, as they are always running sales. When you combine sales and extra discounts for credit card holders or friends and family passes, and especially when you earn Kohl’s cash on top of that, you really get some good deals!

  9. Fdlafon says:

    I just looked at my Kohl’s ad that came in the paper today, and I didn’t get a $10 off $20. Where did you all find this great deal?
    I received the Kohl’s “Mega Sale ad.

    • Monica says:

      We didn’t receive anything in our Sunday ad here either. However, I received a $10 gift toward everything in the mail and I finally got the $5 coupon off anything for signing up for their updates with my email.

  10. Asma_rs says:

    Kohls also have a 10 off 20 coupon in ttodays newspaper and a 5 off 20 for cvs!

  11. Emily316 says:

    We got a $10 off a $20 purchase coupon on our paper today that can be combined with this family and friends coupon. Yay for extra savings!!!

  12. Kris says:

    Yeah, but they just marked their prices up more to put it “on sale”. Kohls is bad about that.

    • Maria S. says:

      Are you talking about the in-store discount/sale they have posted on signs that are good for a certain amount of time?
      If not, how can they mark their prices up when all the individual items have price tags on them.

      • Kris says:

        First, it’s not uncommon for them to start their prices at higher than suggested retail. Then they offer, say 50% off that price and it’s ___. Then they give away their little coupons and make you think you’re getting a great deal. But, the beginning price was still higher than MSRP.

        Secondly, pick an item and watch it’s cost for a month. I have my eye out on a throw pillow that I’m needing (I already bought one and am needing another). One day it’s $24.99, the next day it’s $22.99. Then they give you this 3-day sale to use with this coupon, but the next day it could be cheaper than *without* the three-day sale AND the coupon. It’s all a marketing ploy and people’s perception. JCPenneys does the same thing.

        • Maria S. says:

          All I know is that with coupons, combined with Kohl’s cash, sales and clearance, discount gift cards I order, buying gift cards at Kroger for points towards gas savings, I get much nicer and way better quality clothes for much less than Walmart, Target, and the prices I paid at the thrift store several years ago when I shopped there for a few months.

          • Kris says:

            No doubt you can still get some good deals…especially on clothing; however, you have to watch it with the other household type products. Like I said, it’s just their marketing technique.

            When stores mark something up just to put it on “sale” (is it really a sale if that’s the price it is ALL THE time (hello, Hobby Lobby!?)?

            JCPenneys will likely change theirs soon with the addition of the new top executive…I wonder if Kohl’s will change then too.

        • Maria S. says:

          All I know is that with coupons, combined with Kohl’s cash, sales and clearance, discount gift cards I order, buying gift cards at Kroger for points towards gas savings, I get much nicer and way better quality clothes for much less than Walmart, Target, and the prices I paid at the thrift store several years ago when I shopped there for a few months.