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[Michaels] Michael's 40% off one item

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[Michaels] Michael's 40% off one item

Was looking for something on Michael's and came across this coupon. Feb 23 - 27, 2020.

40% off one item.

Online Promo Code: 4022320

Limit one coupon per product. Limit one coupon of each type per day. Limited to stock on hand. Void where prohibited.

EXCLUSIONS: Everyday Value program, clearance; doorbusters and buy & get items; custom framing; beverages & candy; books & magazines; gift cards; Cricut, Silhouette; Christmas trees. Exclusions subject to change. See Team Member for details.

Valid in Canada only.
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Michaels has a 40% off one item (or better) coupon pretty much every day.
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I can't remember a single time that Michael's wasn't running a 40 or 50% off coupon... I've seen 60% occasionally.
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Wish it included framing. They do a nice job but they're so bloody expensive.
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Dr. Grinch wrote: Wish it included framing. They do a nice job but they're so bloody expensive.
sign up for their email. they do framing coupons occasionally. Acutally, may just need their app.
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Almost everything in the store is on Everyday Value program. So you can't use the coupon.
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Master wrote: Almost everything in the store is on Everyday Value program. So you can't use the coupon.
You must have bad luck in your shopping there. What my wife and I want is rarely an Everyday Value. We were there last week for a couple of items. The 40% coupon applied to all of the choices.
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Master wrote: Almost everything in the store is on Everyday Value program. So you can't use the coupon.
cpfan wrote: You must have bad luck in your shopping there. What my wife and I want is rarely an Everyday Value. We were there last week for a couple of items. The 40% coupon applied to all of the choices.
Nah you guys are just lucky. Every time I'm in there, the things I want are all either Everyday Value, or on the exclusion list. A TON of stuff in there is Everyday Value now.
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deezz wrote: Nah you guys are just lucky. Every time I'm in there, the things I want are all either Everyday Value, or on the exclusion list. A TON of stuff in there is Everyday Value now.
how can we tell whats an everyday value?
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Just Google "Michaels coupons" you would pretty much find a 40% off coupon all the time on their official site. About all of the products at the store is roughly double the price compared to other retailers.

Some cashiers from my experience allows two coupons per visit in two transactions.
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riseagainstthemachine wrote: how can we tell whats an everyday value?
I find you have to ask as it's not always obvious. I've been granted the 40% off before on those items just by asking nicely.
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deezz wrote: Nah you guys are just lucky. Every time I'm in there, the things I want are all either Everyday Value, or on the exclusion list. A TON of stuff in there is Everyday Value now.
I go reasonably often, and have never been denied my 50-60% off coupons. I am usually buying bigger ticket items (easels, baking stuff, craft gadgets), so maybe that's it?
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