Christmas Tree Shops Coupon Policy Explained

Christmas Tree Shops accept its own store coupons and manufacturer coupons. It does not accept competitor coupons. Most coupons cannot be combined with other offers and can only be used once. For more details of Christmas Tree Shops’ coupon policy, see below.

Christmas Tree Shops Coupon Policy

Christmas Tree Shops, a bargain retailer, regularly offers coupons for everyday and seasonal merchandise in-store and online, customer service representatives said. We contacted Christmas Tree Shops’ customer service department via online chat and spoke to store associates in New York, Indiana, and Florida to get a clear understanding of Christmas Tree Shops’ coupon policy.

Christmas Tree Shops only accepts its own store coupons and promo codes for online purchases. Online coupons and promo codes are limited to one per transaction and may be used once per customer.

For in-store purchases, you can use Christmas Tree Shops’ store coupons, as well as manufacturer coupons. Christmas Tree Shops stores do not accept coupons from its sister stores or competitors like Bed Bath & Beyond or Big Lots. Christmas Tree Shops coupons typically cannot be combined with other store coupons and are not reusable. You may use one coupon per transaction.

One exception is if you have a coupon for a certain dollar amount off your total purchase. For example, if you have a coupon for $10 off a $50 purchase and your total is more than $100 before tax, the store will scan the $10 off coupon twice.

To sign up to receive Christmas Tree Shops’ coupons in your inbox, scroll to the bottom of Christmas Tree Shops’ homepage and enter your email address.

In Summary

Christmas Tree Shops stores accept its own store coupons and promo codes and manufacturer coupons in stores. It does not accept competitor’s coupons. Most Christmas Tree Shops coupons can only be used once and cannot be combined with other offers.

For information on the coupon policy at a similar retailer, see our article: What Is Big Lots’ Coupon Policy? Availability, Restrictions, etc.

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