You know the drill

By Mir
November 9, 2011

Hello, Wednesday! Wednesday means Kohls, right? Right!

Let’s break it down: Shipping is free for everyone on your $50+ order. If you have a Kohls card, you can get free shipping on any order with coupon code SHIPMVC. Those of you with a Kohls charge card can also apply code NOVSAVINGS for an additional 30% off your entire order. And if you spend $100+, you can also add code PGO15OFF for another 15% off (because you won’t need to apply the free shipping code, and you can use 2 codes per order). Pro tip: if you own a Keurig, combining codes makes K-cups a really good deal, here. (Heck, for that matter, the Keurigs themselves are a pretty good deal stacking these coupons.)

If you don’t have a Kohls card (why not??), you can use coupon code SMS2815 for an additional 10% off any order.

Everyone gets $10 Kohls Cash for every $50 spent, too. Which means you can go shop Kohls again later on. It’s a vicious cycle… of savings.


  1. I’m here to take advantage of the K-cups. Also of note are Doorbusters all day Nov 9-10 like 40% off toys like Fisher-Price, Playskill, etc. AWESOME deals for nieces/nephews with that sale plus stacking codes! Thank you, Mir!

  2. Today’s the day to get that George Foreman grill for my son who will be living off campus next. Just what every 19-yo wants for Xmas!! LOL

  3. I just got a killer deal on a new wedding band! Woohoo!

  4. I looked up the Kohls black friday ad, and a lot of things combined with these 2 codes end up cheaper than on black friday! Granted you’ll get $10 in Kohls cash instead of the $15 they are offering on black friday – but I like the idea of sitting here in the middle of the day instead of at midnight placing my order 🙂

  5. Thank You! Thank You! Thank You!

  6. Oh, thank you! I just ordered a bunch of Melissa and Doug stamping and craft sets to donate to our school carnival for raffle prizes, along with a couple of things for my own kids. Since I was careful to make sure it came out at just over $100, I ended up spending something like $6 or $6.50 for each item.

  7. Duh. I have just made it painfully obvious that I’ve been up since 3 AM with a sick child, and my brain’s logic is not trickling down to my fingers as I type. It would have been the same amount per item no matter what total I’d spent. What I WAS thinking was this: I wanted to get it to just over $100 but no more, to keep my total as low as possible but still get the extra 15% and the Kohl’s Cash.

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