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HSN Now Offering Existing Customer Coupons

Posted on Tuesday, January 13th, 2009 at 12:00 pm
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HSN has always been known for offering coupons to entice new customers to try them out. But where did that leave existing loyal customers? The resentment built up for some shoppers and others tried to figure out ways around not being able to get a coupon when they were existing customer.

Well, HSN has made a historic decision to change its policy and start offering coupons for existing customers. No, I’m not talking about having free shipping or upgrades on some products, but actual coupon codes and coupon links that you can use anytime.

Here is the first batch of existing customer coupons that HSN is releasing. I don’t know, yet, how long they will last before they expire. I’ll load the coupons up on the site, but this is such great news that I wanted to give you a heads up so you don’t miss any of the discounts!

Save $15 off your jewelry purchase of $100 or more at hsn.com. Use Coupon C70702 at checkout.

Get $25 off your cooking purchase of $100 or more. Use Coupon C77209 at checkout.

Get $15 off each home decor or home solution item of $75 or more. Use Coupon C75768.

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