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By: Anne Copeland,
Kmart Store Editor
Kmart is a popular department store that sells shoes, electronics, appliances, home decor, toys, groceries, sports gear, baby items, and apparel. With highly competitive prices, Kmart makes it easy to shop for the basic essentials without going over budget. When you search through marked-down items and slashed prices, you’ll get a great bang for your buck. Kmart even offers a layaway program that helps you pay for bigger purchases, and you can save more on your purchase when you use a Kmart coupon or promo code from this page when you shop online. Shop Your Way® members also get exclusive access to coupons hosted directly on Kmart.com, which earns you even greater savings! When you shop at Kmart, you can be confident that you'll grab affordable prices on hundreds of items.
Here are some commonly asked questions about Kmart:
Shoppers can save money at Kmart.com by using coupon codes from this page! Kmart's coupon codes are really easy to use at checkout. When you’re done shopping, go to your shopping cart and look under the item summary. Next, find the "Coupon Code" field above an empty textbox. Type or paste your code into the box, and hit the "Add" button to apply it to your order. Remember to add and enter all your coupons, or they won’t be applied to your order. Kmart’s coupon policy doesn’t allow you to stack coupons, so remember to add and apply the best coupon to your order.
Yes, Kmart offers a layaway program, which means you won't have to wait to purchase big-ticket items. Available both online and in-store, Kmart’s layaway will hold an item for up to 8 weeks. Payments are required every two weeks, and you’ll be charged a $5 service fee until you pay off the item. If you cancel a layaway contract, then you won’t be refunded for the service fee. You can make layaway payments in-store or at Kmart.com/layaway. Additionally, Kmart offers a special layaway program that lasts 12 weeks for purchases of $300 or more. However, there is a $10 service fee and it is only available in-store.
Yes, you can use a Sears gift card at Kmart! Both brands are owned by the same company, so you can use Sears gift cards at Kmart and vice versa. You have the option to shop from thousands of items at Kmart and Sears and aren’t limited to just one brand. Sears and Kmart gift cards never expire and don’t have any additional fees after purchase, which is just another great perk. However, keep in mind that you can’t receive a refund or exchange on gift card purchases, so make sure you love what you buy at checkout. Use your Sears or Kmart gift card at any retail store or online, and say hello to awesome new stuff!
Unfortunately, Kmart doesn’t price match brick-and-mortar retailers like Walmart or Target or online sites like Amazon. Because Kmart already offers pretty low prices and awesome coupons, the company doesn’t need to price match competitors. For even more savings, check out our Kmart coupons at Deal Crunch weekly to use at checkout.
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Rob answered on 9.22.16: As a bargain hunter, I spend a lot of time browsing for online sales and hunting through flyers in the Sunday paper for the best deals. They say that time is money, and in this case, spending a little bit of time educating yourself on what sales are available each day can save a lot of money. I check out a few circulars every week, and the Kmart sales ad is one I always look for because it’s constantly packed with a wide range of amazing sales. read more »
Anne answered on 4.21.16: You can accumulate Kmart rewards points pretty quickly when you shop a lot at Kmart or another Shop Your Way partner like Sears, Land’s End, MyGofer, Craftsman, and Kenmore. It’s good to check your Kmart Shop Your Way points often so you’ll know how many you have to redeem at checkout. Accessing your points is as easy as logging into your account from a desktop or mobile device at Kmart.com. read more »