$10 Kohl’s Cash for Discover Cardholders & Ways to Stack for More Savings

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Discover and Kohl’s are offering $10 off $30+ purchase at Kohl’s in-store or online. In reality the deal is much better.

The Offer

$10 off a $30 or more purchase at Kohl’s in-store or online.

Key Terms

  • Valid through 7/31/2016.
  • Discover card must be used for purchase.

Need to Know

  • The code seems to work on purchases of $10 or more. The $30 limit doesn’t seem to be enforced.
  • The code works the same as Kohl’s Cash.
  • You can get your unique code by visiting Discover Deals and searching “Kohl’s” when logged in.
  • Each Discover account gets one code. These codes can be used together on the same transaction.
  • You can pay with a Kohl’s card to get free shipping and use the code OUTDOORS to save 20%.
  • Ebates is offering 6% cashback at Kohl’s.
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EBatesYou'll earn $10, and I'll get a $5 bonus when you make your first purchase of $25 or more. I may earn additional bonuses when EBates runs special refer-a-friend promotionsThis is a well-established and reliable cash back portal.

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HT: Danny the Deal Guru

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FYI, this deal was available on 2 of 3 Discover accounts. The other Discover account only had a code for Kohls online (not online + in store) and it was for 5% off, not $10 off $30.


How do I get free shipping. The outdoors code didn’t work for free shipping tried with and without kohls charge card


Do any of the Discover Deals $$$ off deals that say they have a limit i.e JCPenney $10 off $25 act like Kohl’s where there is really no minimum spend???