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Just ordered 3 shirts..pretty stoked

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@ UTfootball747: the corp discount doesn't show up until the very final step of the checkout process. In other words, the screen with the "submit order" button. It does not require a code.
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This link only gives me a 15% discount that has already expired
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Originally Posted by Cheuk View Post
 

Any idea on when THE NEXT (after the 20 Mar 2014) Corporate Sale might be?

I don't know about corporate but from March 24-31 there is a preferred customer sale for 15% off and 25% off if you have a Brooks card.

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Originally Posted by UTfootball747 View Post

I have a corporate membership but I'm not seeing a discount show up.  At what point in the checkout process does it appear?  It doesn't require a code, correct?  

Same here, went to the last step and nothing. Hookem!
Edited by Cuttingboard - 3/20/14 at 5:06am
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Originally Posted by LBC Demon View Post

I don't know about corporate but from March 24-31 there is a preferred customer sale for 15% off and 25% off if you have a Brooks card.

In addition to the 30% off March 20 one-day sales card in the mail, I also received the Preferred Customer sales card; It says 'Enjoy An Additional 20% Off.'

An 'additional' to what? Who qualify as 'Preferred Customers?'

My thinking is that Preferred Customers refers to corporate members and the additional 20% off applies to the standard corporate customer discount of 15% for a total of 35% off. <- Maybe someone can correct me.
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Originally Posted by bellyhungry View Post

In addition to the 30% off March 20 one-day sales card in the mail, I also received the Preferred Customer sales card; It says 'Enjoy An Additional 20% Off.'

An 'additional' to what? Who qualify as 'Preferred Customers?'

My thinking is that Preferred Customers refers to corporate members and the additional 20% off applies to the standard corporate customer discount of 15% for a total of 35% off. <- Maybe someone can correct me.

No idea, I wouldn't think they would give anyone an additional discount unless you show up with a Loomis truck full of cash! Does the card have today's date?
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Originally Posted by Cuttingboard View Post

No idea, I wouldn't think they would give anyone an additional discount unless you show up with a Loomis truck full of cash! Does the card have today's date?

Sorry, I should have mentioned that the 'preferred customer' card is for March 24-31.
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Did you read the small print on the Preferred Customers promo card ? Pretty sure it says you can't combine it with any other discounts.

CIS is the best sale that applies to all items beside the 40% selected items sale around Christmas and 60% spring clearance.
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Originally Posted by mebiuspower View Post

Did you read the small print on the Preferred Customers promo card ? Pretty sure it says you can't combine it with any other discounts.

CIS is the best sale that applies to all items beside the 40% selected items sale around Christmas and 60% spring clearance.

If that's the case, I suppose the verbiage 'additional' is misleading.
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Preferred Customer Event is a separate event from Corporate Incentive Event. The CIS Event is only for corporate members as opposed to the PCE being a general event. The Corporate discount can't be stacked on top. 

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Same here, went to the last step and nothing. Hookem!

 

You may have to call customer service if the discount is not shown in your confirmatory e-mail.

 

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Originally Posted by bellyhungry View Post


In addition to the 30% off March 20 one-day sales card in the mail, I also received the Preferred Customer sales card; It says 'Enjoy An Additional 20% Off.'

An 'additional' to what? Who qualify as 'Preferred Customers?'

My thinking is that Preferred Customers refers to corporate members and the additional 20% off applies to the standard corporate customer discount of 15% for a total of 35% off. <- Maybe someone can correct me.

 

I'm not sure what you received, but BB does occasionally send out true additional discount cards for certain customers.  I received one back in January after a big Holiday purchase.  I did not actually use it, but my recollection was that it offered an additional 15% off any purchase I made in a 30 day period and had no restrictions on use (i.e. it stacked on any sale or clearance price).  There have been a few other posters that have received similar offers from BB and have used them on clearance items to get suits for $200-300.

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Originally Posted by Mr Engineer View Post

This link only gives me a 15% discount that has already expired

Are you actually an engineer?

That link takes you to a site where you get the information to sign up for a BB corporate discount card. It has since been update to show today's 30% event.
Once you sign up for the corporate discount card you get a membership number. Then you create an account on BB or if you already have one, try to apply that membership number to your account.
That may fail because BB website is a nightmare. It may be easier to just create a new account.

The corporate discount does not stack. If some one says it stacks, that's because an SA did it in store. It won't stack online.

The corporate discount won't show up in the checkout process until the last step before you hit submit.

If you have an amex, you can sign up for a free shop runner account to get free 2nd ship. Not all items are shop runner eligible.

These things have been covered dozens of times in this thread.
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It's been said before, but perhaps it's worth repeating:  If you have access to a BB brick-and-mortar, find an SA that you get along with and use that person for all purchases (even website).  Never underestimate what that person will be able to do for you.  Mine does things like suggest I wait on purchases because a sale is coming up (or give me price adjustments after the fact), allow me to stack discounts that would otherwise be unstackable, let me return purchases beyond the 90-day window, etc., etc.  If you treat them well, they will treat you well.

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Originally Posted by New Shoes1 View Post

You may have to call customer service if the discount is not shown in your confirmatory e-mail.

I'm not sure what you received, but BB does occasionally send out true additional discount cards for certain customers.  I received one back in January after a big Holiday purchase.  I did not actually use it, but my recollection was that it offered an additional 15% off any purchase I made in a 30 day period and had no restrictions on use (i.e. it stacked on any sale or clearance price).  There have been a few other posters that have received similar offers from BB and have used them on clearance items to get suits for $200-300.

I called customer service and there was something funky going with me having different accounts, the lady updated and linked my old and new accounts and I'm set. Bought a pair of EG Galways using the 30% discount.
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