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You want to try on those pants to see what size you truly are, you don’t want to wait around for shipping, or you just don’t think an online view of something really cuts it.
Fortunately, some stores will actually take that online coupon in the store.
Even if a store isn’t on the list, it doesn’t hurt to call and ask a manager. And since store policies often vary and change, it’s worth a call even if they are on the list.
1. Dick’s Sporting Goods honors any online coupon with barcode.
Bring your Dick’s Sporting Goods 10% off coupon on your phone, and browse in-store to see your new yoga pants in person before you buy them.
You can use any coupon in-store that has a barcode and starts with “RZ” or “PZ”, so promo codes won’t cut it here.
On the plus side, they’ll price match anything you find cheaper on the website.
2. Michaels accepts online coupons that can be scanned.
Michaels makes it easy to use online coupons with scannable barcodes, such as 20% off your entire purchase, in-store.
Browse coupons online, and simply click the “Text to My Phone” option so the retailer can scan your coupon.
They regularly have a coupon offering a percentage off your entire purchase that works both in-store and online.
3. Use an online coupon at Petco if you receive it over email.
While a promo code won’t work, any Petco coupon that was emailed to you is good to use in-store.
Before you shop in-store, check out their website, because they will price match anything cheaper.
4. Macy’s always accepts online coupons in-store.
Just say the Macy’s promo code at the register to get your discount.
For example if you can get 20% off online with promo code “VOTE,” you just have to say “vote” to the cashier.
5. Journeys accepts any online coupon with a barcode on it .
As long as your Journeys coupon has a barcode, it’s good to go for in-store use.
6. Any coupon with a barcode can be used at Jo-Ann Fabrics.
As long as it has a barcode on it on your phone, you can use your online coupon in Jo-Ann Fabrics. If you find a cheaper price online, show them on your phone to receive the same price in-store.
7. Hollister always accepts online coupons.
Simply bring your online coupon into a Hollister to get the same deal you saw online.
Join Hollister’s Cali Club for $10 off your next purchase of $25.
8. Crate & Barrel usually accepts online coupons in-store.
While you can sometimes use your online Crate & Barrel coupon in the store, it often excludes furniture.
Take a glance online to see if prices are cheaper on their website, because they will adjust a price in-store to match.
9. Sunglass Hut usually matches coupons in-store.
Find the nicest shades for your face in the store and still save by using an online coupon at Sunglass Hut.
Any coupon that you receive via e-mail that has a four-digit code on it should work just fine.
10. J.Jill always matches online coupons in-store.
You can use whatever promo codes are available online when you buy items in-store at J.Jill.
Just pay attention to actual coupon exclusions, because if you can’t use the coupon code online on certain items, it will be the same in-store. One example of this is with shoes like UGGS, which are excluded from most sales.
J.Jill prices online should be the same as they are in-store, and if they aren’t, just ask the store to match the online price and they will.