Bloomingdale's Coupons and Discounts
Bloomingdale’s Promo Codes, Coupons and Deals! – It’s a good thing I have these Bloomingdale’s promo codes since there is not a location in my area. I think Mrs. Coupon Dad would go through withdrawals if she could not shop at Bloomingdale’s. So shopping online is a wonderful option for us. However, anytime we are in an area that has a Bloomingdale’s location, we have to stop so she can get her fix!
Bloomingdale's Military Discount
There is no advertised Bloomingdale's military discount; however if you are ever in-store it never hurts to ask!
Bloomingdale's Senior Discount
Bloomingdale's does not have a senior discount online. If you are in one of their stores, ask at the register, just in case.
Other Ways To Save at Bloomingdale's
Right now Bloomingdale's is offering free shipping for everyone, and free returns.
Shop Bloomingdale's online outlets to save on your favorite brands at 40% - 70% off.
Sign up to receive Bloomingdale's emails and save 10%.
Of course, you can save with Bloomingdale's promo codes but, you really need to know about Bloomingdale's Loyallist Program. You earn points.... wait for it.... no matter how you choose to pay!!!! When your account reaches 5,000 points, you'll receive a $25 Reward Card that is redeemable on all merchandise the very next day.... again, no matter how you pay. Oh, and it's free to be a Loyallist!! There are many ways to earn a rewards cards as Bloomingdale's has "double point", "triple point" and "Power points" days.
Become a Loyallist
Just click the link above and fill out a simple form to become a Loyallist. Why yes, it is free to join.
Other perks of being a Loyallist
- FREE standard shipping, no minimums, and free returns.
- Receive one point for every dollar you spend at online and in store.
- Receive three points for every dollar if you use your Bloomingdale's card.
- Double points every day on shoes, cosmetics, and fragrance purchases.
Between the Bloomingdale's Loyallist program and promo codes, you can save big!
What We Like About Bloomingdale's
When you think of department stores, you have to think of Bloomingdale's. In the late 1800's most retailers specialized in just one type of garment. But not for brothers Joseph and Lyman Bloomingdale. Their East Side Bazaar, in New York City, opened in 1872 and sold a wide variety of European fashions. It was the beginning of what would become a "Department Store". You gotta give snaps to a company that has been in business since the 1860's!!! Now you can buy the latest designer fashions at Bloomingdales.
We became quite familiar, or shall I say, Mrs. Coupon Dad became quite familiar with Bloomingdale's when we lived in Minnesota. At the time, Bloomingdale's was in the Mall of America and we couldn't go into the mall without coming out with a "Little Brown Bag". Bloomingdale's is "not a store but a destination".