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New Bed Bath & Beyond Coupon, Today Only!

Bed Bath & Beyond is such a fun store, and — just in time for serious holiday shopping — they are offering a 20% off coupon to print!  Just head on over to facebook and LIKE Bed, Bath & Beyond’s Page!   This offer expires tonight, 11/9, at 10 pm Eastern, so hurry before it’s gone!

Recently, I found pillow forms at Bed, Bath and Beyond for WAAAY cheaper than Pottery Barn! This is what I’ll be using my coupon on!

Thanks, Angela! 

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11 thoughts on “New Bed Bath & Beyond Coupon, Today Only!”

  1. Jessie Krum says:

    Since when did it ever become okay to use expired coupons? They have expiration dates on them for a reason. Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.

  2. Jen Lim says:

    I haven’t checked in a while but they they use to accept expired coupons. Did not matter how old they where. Plus you use to be able to use up to 5 coupons at a time. Don’t forget they accept competitors coupons.

  3. Tanya Miley says:

    Lame… wouldn’t print, and when i re-tried it on a different server, it said i had already reached my print limit! Boo!

  4. R says:

    Bed Bath and Beyond ALWAYS send out 20% coupons in the mail (I have maybe 50 of them) and they never expire. Even though they have expiration dates on them, you can use them anytime. I’ve used some from 2007 recently. Just FYI for those who didn’t know!

    • Anonymous says:

      Hello letter R. If I may, I’d like to expand on your comment and add that you can use expired Bed Bath and Beyond coupons at Linen and Things AND you can use expired Linen and Things coupons at Bed Bath and Beyond, because they each accept competitors coupons.
      My regards to the rest of the alphabet! :)

      • There is no more LNT in my area in IL…they closed a couple of years ago. Can you use the coupons online at LNT?

      • R says:

        We no longer have LNT in my area, but I believe they also accept Buy Buy Baby coupons since it is their sister store. Also they will accept competitor coupons on an exact item and do price matches.

    • Anonymous says:

      Actually, now that I think about it…I believe that Linen and Things went bankrupt and is out of business.
      I’ll be right back, after I take a long walk on a short pier.