February 2014 Offers, Printable Coupons and Coupon Codes
- 20% Off Coupon – Save 20% on any one item at Bed Bath & Beyond (Valid though February 28, 2014)
- Free standard shipping on ordes of $99 and more (March 31, 2014)
- Clearance section at Bed Bath & Beyond (Save up to 70%)
- 50% Off Coupon – Save 50% on any one item (Expired)
Gift Card Offers
- $50 Gift Card on Calphalon® Cookware orders of $300 and more (February 19, 2014)
Clearance & Sale
- $100 Off Nautica® Easton Bay 4-5 Piece Comforter Set (February 14, 2014)
- $100 Off Weil by Spring Juice Extractor (February 23, 2014)
- 50% Off Echo Design™ Catalina Duvet Cover (March 25, 2014)
- 50% Off Lavaliere 9 1/4-Inch Open Vegetable Bowl (February 28, 2014)
- Up to $100 Off Nicole Miller® Feathers Comforter Set at Bed Bath & Beyond (February 28, 2014)
- $100 Off Weil by Spring Juice Extractor (April 15, 2014)
- 10% Off Wamsutta® 1000 Sateen Stripe Sheet Set (February 19, 2014)
Bed, Bath & Beyond is a retail chain store which primarily sells items for your bedroom and bathroom, as well as your kitchen and dining room. Founded in 1971, the company has grown to well over 1000+ locations. They also have an Online website where you can shop from the comfort of your own home. Many college-bound students find themselves shopping at Bed, Bath & Beyond for all of their dorm room needs. They offer everything a student would need to make them feel at home while they are away.
There are many ways to save when shopping at Bed, Bath & Beyond, by using coupon and promotional codes towards your purchase. Each month, Bed, Bath & Beyond puts out a circular with the items they are offering at a discount that particular month. This circular can be found in your local newspaper, or mailed directly to your home. In order for you to receive the circular at your home you will have to sign-up through their website. Signing up for their email newsletter will also give you a one-time 20% discount off of your purchase.
Many of the items found in the circular also come along with free shipping. On the very last page you can usually find a coupon for a percentage off of a single item, or an entire purchase. These particular coupons are most likely to be found before a holiday, or a back to school sale.
When shopping Online at Bed, Bath & Beyond you will want to look for a promotional code. You can find these codes at websites such as; Retail Me Not, or Deals Plus. These sites will not only provide you with the latest promotional codes, they will also tell you how often these codes have been used, if they are still active, and when they expire. People can also comment below each coupon or promo code on the sites to let you know if the coupon or promo code has worked for them. There is usually a percentage listed next to each code for the amount of times it has worked. A live promo code will have its percentage highlighted in green, an inactive or expired code will be highlighted in red.
There are many active promotional codes for Bed, Bath & Beyond which you can find, some of which are a percentage off of your order, free shipping on many items site-wide, or a gift card for a future purchase, ranging anywhere from $10, $20 or $50 to their store for purchasing a particular item. You can also find monthly deals on entire departments such as 25% off, plus free shipping on any Yankee Candle purchase. These sales vary each month, so you should check the promotional websites often to find out which deal is currently active.
When using a promo code be sure that there is actually a code to enter. Some of the discounts will take you to a part of the website where the discount is automatically applied to the items, other codes will need to be entered upon checkout, after you have put your items in your shopping cart and registered for an Online account. Always make sure before completing your order that the discount has been applied and the correct amount has been deducted from your order. If you have any questions about a particular code you can always contact the customer service department.
Please note – the author of the article is not affiliated with Bed, Bath & Beyond in any way, shape, or form. The information in this article is the sole opinion of its author.