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Kohl’ Memory Foam Cushioned Bath Rug as Low as $9.59 Shipped (+ Great Reviews!)

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How about another great Kohl’ deal for you! Head on over here where you can snatch up a variety of different Memory Foam Cushioned Bath Rugs starting in price at just $11.99 to $40 (reg. $29.99-$99.99!). Plus, enter the 20% off coupon code CYBER20 at checkout, and you’ll pay as low as $9.59 + FREE shipping.

Be sure to check out the 4 out of 5 star reviews by over 350 reviewers. And keep in mind that you can choose from over 9 different colors and 5 different sizes.

* Go through for 5% cash back OR Ebates for 6% cash back.

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  • Angie says:

    Thank You for always posting such great deals!!! i found these window panels pairs for $9.99 originally $39.99!! i bought six pairs and a big bath towel for $55 shipped to me and $15 kohls cash to spend;)!!!

  • adri says:

    I got one at kohls on Friday for 7.99

  • Stephanie says:

    This same sort of rug was $5 at Walmart. I got 2 of them yesterday. However, I see that Kohl’s has a runner and I may buy that because it is what I’ve been looking for and it’s only $19.99!

  • Jackie says:

    I’m trying to order the contour rug for around the toilet and a bath rug. Even though it says “purple” the color in the pictures is different. It should be the same when it arrives, right?

  • mary says:

    Hi–I placed 2 separate orders from Kohls over the last few days and received (2) $15 Kohls cash. Can I use them together or do I need to use them in separate transactions? Thanks for you help!

  • Beth says:

    If I earned Kohls cash but am not 100% sure I am going to keep all the items I bought, can I still use it?

    • Laura says:

      Wow, I had no idea. My cousin bought a baby shower gift from Kohls and I returned a portion of it with her gift receipt and barely got anything back. She must have used the Kohls cash and it subtracted it from my amount back. I should have just returned it without the receipt because I got store credit regardless.

      • laura says:

        If you make an even exchange for the product you are returning then you can keep your Kohls cash… but if you ask for any money back or even if you make an exchange for something that costs MORE money you will lose ALL your Kohl’s cash, they don’t pro-rate it at all… You may be better off just getting store credit for your returns and keeping the Kohls’ cash sometimes…

    • Emily says:

      You can, but it gets tricky. When you return something and it brings the total below the $50 then it makes the Kohl’s cash unearned. If you haven’t used the Kohl’s cash yet, you get back what you’ve paid and they void the kohl’s cash in the register. If you have used the Kohl’s cash, they will take that amount off of your return. I don’t think they always did it this way but they do now.

      • tracy says:

        It used to be, at least at my stores, they would tell you you can get the amount minus the cash on your card or the whole amount on a merchandise credit. I am not sure when they changed is but it has not been too long, maybe 6 months. I was disappointed last time I had to return something and was not given that option. Considering it seems you are always either earning or spending Kolhs cash it makes things complicated.

    • tracy says:

      They used to let you return items that earned kohls cash and get the whole value if you got a merchandise credit. Last time I returned something they no longer did that. If you earned kohls cash and have spent it already the value comes off the return. So you buy a $50 item and get $15 Kohls cash if you return it after you used the cash you get $35. If you have not used the cash yet then it just becomes void. That is the way it now is at my store anyway. Hope that helps.

      • tracy says:

        I have no idea how that works with items that are gifts and have a gift receipt.

        • Janel says:

          You lose your kohls cash even with a gift receipt.

          My mom bought me something and used her kohls cash and I ended up returning it and told her how much I got and what I got was 10.00 less than she spent. I was told that there is NO way to keep kohls cash if something is returned. Even if you go a penny under 50.00…doesnt matter if you used store credit, get merchandise credit back or use gift receiepts. In every scenario you lose the kohls cash now which is a bummer when you get it and have given gifts.

  • Olivia Douglass says:

    I love these mats- have 2 in my house!!

  • maflies1 says:

    Anyone know if they have latex in them?

    • terri says:

      maflies, ask the question on the kohls site on the item, they’re usually pretty quick in getting me a reply..I’ve asked a lot of questions!

  • Kim says:

    I have one of these that is a different brand that I bought at Costco last year that is great and have been wanting to buy some more. Last week I bought the one pictured above at Kohl’s with some Kohl’s cash I had and it’s terrible. When we step out of the shower the water just lies on top of the mat and doesn’t absorb in, so you end up standing in puddles of water. My husband told me the first day after we used it that it’s the worst bath mat I’ve ever bought and I have to agree.

  • Danielle says:

    I bought this mat last year when it was on sale and am very happy with it. It is nice and plush and you can put it in the washer and dryer. It is also nice if you have a little one that you need to kneel on the rug outside the tub to bath!

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