When Dick’s Coupons Are Not Yours, They’re a Bitch (but Still Better Than the Same Price at Home)
Posted September 16, 2018 07:37:48When Dick’s coupons are not your price, they’re a bitch.
That’s the lesson we learned from our experience with Dick’s and how to avoid those same pitfalls that other retailers use to get a better deal on goods and services, such as a coupon code for free shipping or a coupon for a free refill of your favorite beverage.
We were shocked at how many times we had been left with no choice but to pay full price when we received our first coupon from Dick’s.
Not only was that bad practice, it also put us at a disadvantage.
The discount we got on our first purchase of a Dick’s product or service was a big step backwards for our financial well-being.
The company that makes our favorite products and services should have been taking care of us better, but it wasn’t.
Dick’s has made strides in reducing the amount of time it takes for people to complete a purchase online.
The free shipping option was rolled out in September, and the company has made it easier to get the same discount when you sign up for a mailing list.
And, in fact, Dick’s has begun offering a loyalty program that will give you a 10 percent discount on purchases at Dick’s stores if you join the “Dick’s Club.”
But even with these changes, it still makes sense to shop at Dicks.
In fact, we’re not sure if we’d shop anywhere else.
For instance, when we saw the new discount code for the “Loews Coupon Club,” we thought we would get our money’s worth.
But when we checked the offer, we found that we had to pay the full price of $2.75 on every purchase we made with that code.
That wasn’t the case.
The $2 coupon is good for a $5 discount on everything from shampoo and conditioner to household cleaning products and even the newest iPod shuffle.
And if you don’t see it listed in the coupon, the $5 offer is for $6.50 off a $60 purchase.
But when you think about it, you realize how ridiculous it is to be charged the full value for something you don’ have to pay for.
When you look at it from that perspective, we think Dick’s should be charging the full retail price of every purchase.
But we’ve also learned to ignore this price when the company is offering a discount that’s only valid if you use the coupon.
The other problem with this discount is that it’s not a discount at all.
It’s a one-time fee.
The code for that free shipping is $3.50, not $2 or $3 for all purchases.
If you use that code and don’t complete the purchase, you’ll have to return the item and pay a $2 refund.
The same is true for the free refill, which is only valid for Dick’s purchases at stores with a Dick.com coupon code.
The deal is only good for one free refill per person per month.
And that means you have to use that coupon code once per month to receive the free refills.
We were so bummed out that we were forced to return our new item to Dick’s in a desperate attempt to make it worth our while.
It doesn’t help that many of the other Dick’s coupon codes were just worthless.
For example, the free shipping offer for new products like diapers was a $4 discount for all of the following items: shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, hand sanitizer, laundry detergent, detergent pads, and baby wipes.
And there were also two coupons that gave you a $15 discount on a $100 purchase of toilet paper and a $40 discount on baby diapers.
These were not even valid deals.
The coupons were just meaningless, and we were left with $40 in credit card debt.
We also had to put in $2 for shipping.
And for every item, the company offered an extra $5 coupon.
And it’s worth noting that these coupons aren’t good for shipping either.
You pay the shipping fees and the shipping label fee separately, which means you’ll pay for shipping at the same rate that you pay for other items.
But the coupon is a one time fee, and shipping is usually free.
When it comes to Dicks coupons, we know that a coupon is worth nothing if you pay it.
We’ve also found that when you do, you can get a discount on items you never expected to pay a price for, like toilet paper.
And we found out that if you give a discount to a store with a discount code, it’s much more likely that the company will accept your coupon.
So, what should you do if you have a coupon that’s worthless?
Here’s a tip that we’ve learned over the years: don’t accept the coupons at face value.
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