Bed Bath & Beyond is one of my favorite stores because they offer a lot of home goods and there is always a stack of their 20% off coupons sitting around my house. Whether it’s the newspaper, circulars, or just some flyer dropped in my mail, the 20% off Bed Bath & Beyond coupons are ubiquitous. What makes it even better is that a lot of people use them as a wedding registry because of the products they carry. If it’s something that will go into your home, whether it’s the bedroom, kitchen, office, or den; Bed Bath & Beyond has it. There are plenty of locations, so you know a guest will be able to get to one, and you can always use their 20% off coupons! The coupons will sometimes have restrictions on what you can buy but they aren’t long and onerous.
Bed Bath & Beyond is usually a pretty expensive store to shop. They have most of their products set at full retail price because they expect people to use one of their many 20% off coupons. If you’re already expecting your customers to chop 20% off your prices, you probably want to list them in the store at full price. That being said, it means that anyone who doesn’t have a coupon is paying more than they should. Fortunately, Bed bath & Beyond is very relaxed about their coupons.
One key tip about those 20% Bed Bath & Beyond coupons – they never expire. They have an expiration date on them but they never actually expire. You can use up to five coupons per transaction and it doesn’t matter if the expiration date has passed because it’s meaningless. You can mix and match between the dollar off coupons and the 20% off, to maximize your savings (they often have a $5 off $15, which is a solid 33%).
Also, if you happen to be short a coupon (say you have 4 and you are buying 5 items), you can always ask them if they have an extra coupon. The reality is that you could always skip the 5th item and go back later and they know this, so they will usually hook you up with a discount. Never purchase anything at Bed Bath & Beyond without a coupon. It just doesn’t make sense!