Bed Bath and Beyond Store Guide

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As the name implies, Bed Bath and Beyond stocks bedroom and bathroom products as well as kitchen items and food (the beyond). The store started as Bed ‘n Bath in 1971, but it added the beyond to help distinguish itself from competitors in 1985. The company has acquired Harmon Stores, Christmas Tree Shop, buybuy Baby, Cost Plus, Cost Plus World Market, and Linen Holdings since then.


Ongoing Deals and Promotions

Bed Bath and Beyond is known for its 20-percent off a single item coupon, although the store may be scaling back its coupon strategy. These coupons are sent via text, email, and snail mail. You can sign up to receive coupons in all three formats to increase the chance that you’ll have a coupon when you need it. Some of the coupons are only valid for online, or retail, purchases.

One trick to remember is that although you only receive 20-percent off a single item, you can use multiple 20-percent off coupons when checking out. The most expensive eligible products automatically has its price reduced first. 

In addition to its own coupons, Bed Bath and Beyond accepts manufacturer’s’ coupons and competitors’ coupons, as long as the product is available at that competitor.


Bed Bath and Beyond’s Major Policies

  • Shipping Bed Bath and Beyond offers free shipping on orders over $49 and for select products in its “free shipping store.” On other products, shipping costs depend on the order amount and timing. For example, orders under $25 cost $5.99 to $37.99 to ship; orders of $25.01 to $35 cost $6.99 to $38.00. There may be additional charges for over-sized and heavy items. To avoid shipping charges, you can reserve some items online and pick them up in store within three hours for free. 
  • Returns The rules for receipt-less returns changed in early 2015 and aren’t as consumer friendly as before, but Bed Bath and Beyond still has a generous return policy.

    Shoppers with a receipt can return an unwanted product at any time and for any reason for an exchange or refund. If you have a gift receipt, you can make a return for an exchange or store credit. There are some exceptions, like those for baby merchandise and personalized goods.

    If you don’t have a receipt, the store may be able to look up the purchase using your the credit, debit, or gift card number used to make the purchase, order or registry number, or checking account number. If your order can’t be found, the return can be made but you’ll receive an exchange or credit for 20 percent less than the current selling price.
  • Price MatchingYou can request a price match on in-stock identical products sold by direct competitors as well from You can request a match from other websites only if the store has a website and retail location with the same name. When you request a price match, you can also use a manufacturer’s coupon, but other coupons are only allowed if the competitor would also accept them.

Loyalty Programs

Bed Bath and Beyond does not have a loyalty program, but they have a branded MasterCard credit card with US Bank. Shoppers can use the card anywhere and receive a point per dollar spent on general purchases or five points per dollar spent at Bed Bath and Beyond, buybuy Baby, Christmas Tree Shops, Harmon, and Harmon Face Values. Once you reach 1,000 points, you’ll receive a $10 Bed Bath and Beyond gift card.


Current Deals and Sales

You can find the latest coupon codes and sales on Saveful’s Bed Bath and Beyond coupons page.