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Kohl’s Cyber Monday

Posted on Monday, November 29th, 2010 at 9:15 am
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I just did the majority of my Cyber Monday shopping at Kohl’s this morning. There are some great deals going on. Plus, I had my $10 Kohl’s cash available that I earned during Black Friday.

The hot toy, Pillow Pets seems to be sold out everywhere (or on delayed shipping) with the exception of Kohl’s. Amazon had them, but the prices were higher there. Two of my children have been asking for pillow pets, so I was happy to get them. They also have the best prices on new popular DVDs and video games. The Beauty and the Beast DVD and one of the Lego video games jumped into my cart.

There are still some clearance items at a steal, including men and women’s clothing and some cute baby items.

Kohl’s is also offering plenty of coupon codes to make the bargains even sweeter today.

JINGLE10 gfets you 10 percent off of $100
CYBER15 gets you 15 percent off any order (if you spend $75, you also get free shipping)
CYBER20 gets you 20 percent off and free shipping when you spend $100
rtmnfs50 for free shipping when you spend $50
EXTRA20 for shipping on $50
CONTACTFR for free shipping

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