The 8 Best Ways to Save at Crate & Barrel

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Crate & Barrel is one of America’s top home furnishings retailers, offering practically everything you need to outfit a new home or update an existing one — both inside and out.

We’re talking rugs, mattresses and box springs — as well as dining tables, sofas and desks. You’ll even find small kitchen appliances and all manner of home decor.

If you love shopping this incredible store, we’ve got tips to cut your costs. Following are eight ways to save at Crate & Barrel.

Get a Crate & Barrel credit card

Many retailers offer price breaks to shoppers who carry the store’s credit card, and Crate & Barrel is no exception. Sign up for the Crate & Barrel card or Crate & Barrel Mastercard and you’ll get 10% back in rewards dollars, or six months of special financing on purchases of $749 or more.

With the Mastercard, you’ll also get 2% back on groceries and 1% back on purchases elsewhere.

Sign up for Crate & Barrel emails

Give your email address to Crate & Barrel, and you’ll instantly receive 10% off your next purchase. Does saving get any easier than that?

Shop the Crate & Barrel clearance page

Stop by the Crate & Barrel website and head right to the Clearance and Outlet page. There, you will find deals on everything from outdoor items to kitchen items and much more. Recently, Crate & Barrel used this webpage to offer clearance discounts of up to 70%.

Create a Crate & Barrel gift registry

If wedding bells are in your future, be sure to create a gift registry at Crate & Barrel. Any purchase of $99 or more qualifies for free shipping. Even better, the lucky couple will enjoy 15% off for all purchases they make during their first three months of marital bliss.

Check the Crate & Barrel ‘free shipping’ section

Some items sold by Crate & Barrel qualify for free shipping. To find them, stop by the retailer’s “All Free Shipping” page and browse to your heart’s content.

Search for Crate & Barrel coupons, discounts and promo codes

When shopping the Crate & Barrel website, be sure to stop by the Coupons, Discounts and Promo Codes page* to see if the retailer is offering special deals. It only takes a minute, and you could score some super savings!

*There are currently no active coupons available, but we expect they will come back after the economy rebounds from the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, this page leads to a variety of limited-time offers, special discounts and bonus gifts.

Get a discounted Crate & Barrel gift card

Before shopping at Crate & Barrel, check out a discount gift card website and pick up a gift card for the retailer at a discount.

For example, recently Raise was offering 5% cash back on Crate & Barrel gift cards. In other words, a Crate & Barrel gift card with a face value of $200 nets you $10.

Shop by using a cash-back website or credit card

Cash-back websites allow you to receive cash back when you shop online at specific retailers. You simply sign up for these services at the cash-back site, log in and search for the store of your choice. Then, click on the retailer, and you’ll be whisked away to that store’s website to begin shopping.

When you make a purchase, you’ll be rewarded with a predetermined amount of cash back. For example, Rakuten (formerly Ebates) recently offered 1% cash back on all Crate & Barrel online purchases.

You can also use a cash-back credit card to get a return on your purchase. Stop by our Solutions Center and search for the right cash-back card for you.

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