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Originally Posted by CounselorStyle View Post

Related to my last post:

 

Does anyone know when the next corporate sale (discount card = 25% off) will be?

 

It's usually in September/October and March.  They just had one in May, however, so maybe we are going to see them more frequently going forward.

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Originally Posted by LoblawNYC View Post

The odd thing for me is that for suits, the usual buy-two-and-save deal, with the corporate discount, is a bit less expensive than buying two at the summer sale price (by $20 per suit).  Since I was going to buy two suits, I'm in the odd situation that technically, I would save money by waiting until the sale is over and the items I want to purchase are again regularly priced.

If you can wait, you should get it during the next corporate event.
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Originally Posted by CounselorStyle View Post

Related to my last post:

Does anyone know when the next corporate sale (discount card = 25% off) will be?

You just missed one late last month. It was 30% off.
post #2223 of 6019
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Originally Posted by marmottan View Post

Quite disappointing with the SS12 BBBF sales. Only 30% - 40% discounts whereas 50% discounts were commonly applied till FW11.

I was waiting for some pieces that I don't find discounted enough to purchase them. 

 

Anyone has bought from BBBF?

 

What were you looking for? Check Barneys, they carry BF and are up to 60% now. If it's sold out then there's probably a reason the BF discounts were so shallow this season.

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^ One or two sport coat(s) and the blue cotton hooded jacket (outerwear).

Thanks for Barneys, however they mainly sell shirts/trousers.

 

That one looks quite cheap btw: http://www.barneys.com/Black-Fleece-Drawstring-Waist-Jacket/501758096,default,pd.html?cgid=sale&index=43

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post #2226 of 6019
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Originally Posted by marmottan View Post

Don't know whether that one is overpriced: http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Merchant_Id=1&Section_Id=729&Product_Id=1650721&Parent_Id=711&default_color=BROWN&sort_by=&sectioncolor=&sectionsize=

Any feedback will be much appreciated.

San francisco Barneys has a bunch of these, 60% off. Give them a call.
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Question on the buy-2-and-save deals for suits: Can you order two, then send one back and still receive the discounted price on the one you keep? I think I've done this before with polos; would think it applies to suits as well. The cost of a return (something like $7?) is pretty low.

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Originally Posted by Winston S. View Post


If you can wait, you should get it during the next corporate event.
You just missed one late last month. It was 30% off.


 D'oh!  I wonder what the odds are of there being another one before early August.  I'm guessing pretty close to zero.

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Originally Posted by Winston S. View Post


If you can wait, you should get it during the next corporate event.
You just missed one late last month. It was 30% off.

 

Incredibly poor timing on my part.  I'm guessing the odds of another one by August are zero, being that they're clearing inventory now?

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Originally Posted by Ketawa View Post

Question on the buy-2-and-save deals for suits: Can you order two, then send one back and still receive the discounted price on the one you keep? I think I've done this before with polos; would think it applies to suits as well. The cost of a return (something like $7?) is pretty low.

yeah, I think i've done that with shirts (it was unpremeditated). it's slightly bad karma though musicboohoo[1].gif
try to convince yourself you really want to consider both of them, it's better that way.
post #2231 of 6019
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Originally Posted by sportin_life View Post

Typical BB... I bought a BF solid navy suit during their flash sale. Went from ship in 2 weeks, to ship in 1 month, to indefinitely, then my order disappeared from the online queue completely! Oh well... not totally unexpected. ffffuuuu.gif

I once had a suit order advance every week by a week, for about six months, but i did finally get my suit.
post #2232 of 6019
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Originally Posted by Essential View Post

I went to the Madison store to pick something up for the sale but it wasn't there. Received some pretty horrible service- no one helped me and I went through five floors alone.

Anyways, I called the number on the BB site to order the item and whoever picked up said there was no free shipping when you called on the phone. I was a bit disappointed but I just bought it anyways since I didn't have time to waste and I already gave the basic information. I'm guessing it needs to be a personal SA number to always get free shipping on orders?

If you want to do a phone order w/ free shipping, you can call a SA at a store and have that person place the order, then voila free shipping
post #2233 of 6019
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post

Maybe the corporate discount?
Can you please elaborate?

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Originally Posted by CounselorStyle View Post

It was my impression that neither of those would work with the major sales, as per the not valid with other discounts clause on the sale. Am I mistaken?
I'd try the corporate discount online, but it insists that my mailing/billing address is invalid.

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Originally Posted by TM79 View Post

The corp discount does not get applied if you try. I made a purchase a few moments ago.

Ah yes I was referring to opening a BB card. Does that not stack with sales?
post #2234 of 6019
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Originally Posted by Ketawa View Post

Question on the buy-2-and-save deals for suits: Can you order two, then send one back and still receive the discounted price on the one you keep? I think I've done this before with polos; would think it applies to suits as well. The cost of a return (something like $7?) is pretty low.

 

My understanding is that returning one suit will only result in a refund of the difference between what you paid and the sale price for buying only one suit.  For example, if you got two suits for $1,120 and the sale price for one suit was $700, you would only get a refund of $420 for returning one of the two suits.

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I've only had my Corp Card for a few weeks, Seven. I think I've seen older posts where it did stack with some sales - maybe it's selective? Hopefully someone else will chime in with the answer.
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