How do I get 20% off at savers?

Club members with a valid email address and birthdate on file will receive a birthday coupon via email for 20% off a single purchase of up to $50.

What day does savers change color?

Savers 50% off sales run Thursday through Tuesday – every week you’ll find a new color displayed that gives you 50% off.

What does savers do with unsold items?

Locate and donate to a wide range of Savers thrift stores Items that are not sold are turned over to the company’s recycling partners. Savers also works with waste management companies for responsible disposal of items that cannot be recycled. Unsold textiles are repurposed into rags and insulation.

Does savers have Black Friday?

Savers is celebrating Black Friday with HUGE savings!

Can you stack Savers coupons?

Multiple Rewards may be redeemed consecutively in a single qualifying purchase. Super Savers Club Rewards may not be combined with any other discount or offer and may not be used on new merchandise (red tags) or purchases of gift cards.

Can you return stuff to savers?

Savers Return Policy Returns can be completed within seven days from the date of purchase. To receive the full dollar amount paid for the item, it must be exchanged on the same day purchased. An extension of seven days may be granted in the event an item cannot be found to exchange the original purchase with.

What do savers tag colors mean?

Each week Goodwill uses one color to price used items that they put out for sale. Right now the color order they use is Blue, Purple, Pink, Green, Yellow, Orange. That is the order in which they will go on sale week by week. The color that has been out the longest will be 50% off for the week.

What day is the best day to go to savers?

Fridays: Most stores get an influx of items on the weekends, when they have the time to load stuff in the car and drop it off. At the end of the week, there’s not as much “good stuff” left, so wait until Monday or Tuesday after volunteers have had time to sort through donations and restock the shelves.

Who is the owner of savers?

Savers operates some 300 stores in more than two dozen states, under the names Savers, Value Village, Unique and Valu Thrift, and is owned by the private equity firm Leonard Green & Partners and Tom Ellison, the son of the Savers founder William O. Ellison.

What happens to the clothes that don’t sell?

If it’s still unsold, Target may donate it or sell it to a discount store such as T.J. Maxx or Marshalls. Other companies may shred, burn or simply throw away the stuff they can’t sell. Nearly 21 billion pounds of textiles end up in landfills each year.