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[Bed Bath And Beyond] University Savings Pass 15% Off Entire Purchase

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[Bed Bath And Beyond] University Savings Pass 15% Off Entire Purchase

From the website:

What is the University Savings Pass?
The University Savings Pass is an exclusive, limited-time offer for all of your dorm room decorating needs. Your Savings Pass gives you 15% off your entire purchase every time you shop at Bed Bath & Beyond, in-store or online, through September 30, 2020. (Standard shipping charges and Standard coupon exclusions apply.)

Who should get the University Savings Pass offer?
The Savings Pass is for University enrolled students and their parents/guardians. Bed Bath & Beyond reserves the right to audit enrollment and status. By signing up for the Savings Pass, you agree to let Bed Bath & Beyond contact you at a later date for verification. If you are unable to verify your educational status, Bed Bath & Beyond may revoke your eligibility to use the Savings Pass on future purchases.

It looks like they use SheerID and you have to upload ID and class schedule.
Upload your school-issued document that shows:
  • Your full name
  • Your school
  • Date proving enrollment for the current term (or within the last 3 months)
  • Uploaded documents should show College/University acceptance.
Acceptable examples include:
  • School ID card with expiration date
  • Class schedule
  • Tuition receipt
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Jr. Member
Nov 26, 2015
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Toronto, ON
Any exemptions?

EDIT:
Your Savings Pass gives you 15% off your entire purchase every time you shop at Bed Bath & Beyond, in-store or online, through September 30, 2020. (Standard shipping charges and Standard coupon exclusions apply.)

Might as well just use the 20% sign up coupon
Member
Apr 27, 2007
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Guess the other question is whether this stacks with the 20% sign up coupon? :)

But the 20% sign up coupon is only for 1 item although I would just suggest you use many emails to sign up for multiple coupons vs this student discount.... unless it stacks
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Apr 4, 2008
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willww888 wrote: Any exemptions?

EDIT:
Your Savings Pass gives you 15% off your entire purchase every time you shop at Bed Bath & Beyond, in-store or online, through September 30, 2020. (Standard shipping charges and Standard coupon exclusions apply.)

Might as well just use the 20% sign up coupon
BBB coupons usually have a long exclusion list.
Newbie
Apr 29, 2013
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I need an espresso machine so if this does stack.... Lol
Newbie
Jan 10, 2017
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GTA
Hi all,

Just signed up for the Student Pass - IMO not worth it. You might as well just get the 20% off coupons as they have the same exclusion list.

This is the screenshot for the fine print on the unlimited 15% off.

"Details and Exclusions
Copies not accepted.
Limit one coupon, Savings Certificate, special offer or discount per item; cannot be combined with a price match.
Coupon valid for one use only; electronic copies of physical coupons are treated as one coupon.
Any return of purchase will reduce your savings proportionately.
The costs of shipping or delivery, taxes or gift cards are not counted toward any minimum purchase required, and coupon cannot be applied to such items.
Not valid for wholesale, final sale or resale purchases: No discounts or other offers can be applied to payment of membership program fees.
Company reserves the right to limit quantities.
Valid only in Canada
Offer excludes the following: AS IS, Baby Jogger™, Babyletto™, BABYZEN™, Belkin WeMo, BOB®, Breville® Oracle™, Britax®, Bugaboo®, Carter’s by DaVinci, clek®, Cybex® Platinum, DaVinci™, Dimond, Diono®, Dyson, Ember Brands, George Kovacs®, Google Nest, HALO® Bassinest®, iComfort®, Infant Optics, Instant Pot/Instant Brands®, iRobot – Roomba Vacuums and Braava Mops, kate spade new york, KitchenAid Stand Mixers & Attachments, Luminox Watches, Magnolia Home, Maxi-Cosi®, Medela, Metropolitan®, Miele®, Million Dollar Baby Classic™, Mima®, Minka-Aire®, Minka Lavery, Motherhood Maternity®, Nanit, Napolean Grills, Nautica®, Nuna®, Nursery Works™, Nutrimill, Owlet, Peg Pérego, Quinny®, Quoizel, Ring, Silver Cross, simplehuman®, Stokke LLC, S’Well Brands, Tempur-Pedic® Mattresses, Thule®, Ubabub, UGG®, UPPAbaby®, Vera Bradley®, Vitamix®, Weber, Whirlpool Canada LP/CA, Wüsthof®, baby food diapers, formula, wipes, portrait studio services or power tools. "
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Sr. Member
May 18, 2012
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MARKHAM
Why on earth would anyone spend so much effort to prove that they are a student to only get 15% when you can just use a fake email address to get 20%?
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moufasa wrote: Why on earth would anyone spend so much effort to prove that they are a student to only get 15% when you can just use a fake email address to get 20%?
Marketing gimmick
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Dec 30, 2010
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wow they secretly raised regular price of some items I've been watching...
Member
Nov 20, 2010
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That list is so long... Its like everything is excluded lol...
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devil2k wrote: BBB coupons usually have a long exclusion list.
Pretty much any reputable brand items that could actually benefit from a discount will be excluded, you are left with items that already have a mark up
Not buying something on sale ISN'T a crime, buying something not on sale IS.
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Mar 26, 2007
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bbevol wrote: Guess the other question is whether this stacks with the 20% sign up coupon? :)

But the 20% sign up coupon is only for 1 item although I would just suggest you use many emails to sign up for multiple coupons vs this student discount.... unless it stacks
They do not stack but you can use them together in the same order. For example, the highest price item will get 20% off, the other items will get 15% off. It is not bad when you have some small price items to order and you will get 15% on them, better than nothing.
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AlexJosh wrote: Pretty much any reputable brand items that could actually benefit from a discount will be excluded, you are left with items that already have a mark up
What's left is stuff you could get at the dollar store. 15% off stuff that's 90% cheaper at the dollar store is not much of a deal.

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