K-Mart Offering $100 CASHBACK in points on $100+ Online Orders Through 5/18
Sunday, May 12th, 2019 at 10:39am by Danny, BZPower Reporter
If you live near a K-Mart, don't miss the opportunity to place an order online this week and receive $100 cashback in points over the next 10 weeks. You can splurge on a big set online now, and then receive $10 back per week to spend in-store on other LEGO (or, you know, anything else they sell). Don't forget that their Free Shipping threshold is at $59 and cashback points don't count towards that, so maximizing this offer will mean visiting K-Mart for the each of the next ten weeks - during some of which, K-Mart will surely be running additional discounts on LEGO sets already on clearance.
We've copied the fine print after the fold.
Spend $100+, get $100 CASHBACK in points in 10 installments:
Offer valid 5/5-5/18/19. Members get $100 CASHBACK in points in 10 installments when you spend $100 or more on qualifying purchases on items sold by Kmart on kmart.com. First $10 CASHBACK in points issued within 48 hours and valid for 7 days. Subsequent payments of $10 in points issued every Tuesday starting 5/28/19 and valid 7 days each. Maximum $100 CASHBACK n points per member. Excludes pharmacy, alcohol, tobacco, gift cards, money orders, wire transfers, protection agreements, fuel, prior purchases and partial-paid special order items. Offer not valid with any other offer. Purchase requirement before taxes and after other discounts and must be made in a single transaction. By accepting Shop Your Way member benefits and offers, you agree to the Shop Your Way terms and conditions, available at www.shopyourway.com/terms. Members earn points on qualifying purchases, excluding sales taxes and other fees. Points may take up to 48 hours to appear in your account. Extra points are inclusive of, and not in addition to, any base points earned on qualifying purchases. When extra point offers are combined, total points earned will be less than the combined point totals for each individual offer.
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