and since it's not supposed to be stacked (i doubt anyone will let you stack this since this thing has a separate coupon code that needs to be entered)
i think the best use for it is to find the cheapest item you want and take $25 off it
Got my postcard in the mail yesterday. Corporate sale is March 14th in store and online. 30% off regularly priced merchandise. Doesn't apply to cordovan shoes.
For the curious few, the after Christmas sale was 25% + 15% (only valid on 12/26). That's roughly 36% off. So, 30% off this time is a pretty fair deal until you remember they jacked up the price of things like Peal & Co. shoes by $50.
Taking Peal & Co. shoes as an example:
$648 * .36 = $415 (Possibly 2013's after Christmas sale)
$648 * .30 = $454 (Current price with corporate sale discount)
$598 * .36 = $383 (Old price with after Christmas discount)
$598 * .30 = $419 (Last year's corporate sale)
So the price increase and buying at 30% off instead of 25% + 15% is going to cost you $71. This isn't meant to spark debate about BB's pricing and/or sales. I'm just pointing out the facts.
Did anyone end up using that class action settlement coupon? And if so, does it apply to sale items? Can't really figure out anything at BB I want under $25, but would love to get a sale sport shirt for $19 ($44 on sale minus $25)
From the text of the coupon it didn't seem like it would work on sale items, but wanted to confirm if anyone had tried.