Brightly colored throw pillows, exquisite area rugs, rugged outdoor furniture, international foods and eclectic jewelry are just a few of the options awaiting shoppers at World Market. While a trip here could rack up debt due to the sheer volume of goods you’re likely to come away with, save yourself some sticker shock by using these cost-cutting tricks.
Tips & tricks to save money at World Market
1. Sign up for emails
Visit the site and sign up for Cost Plus World Market emails to receive 10% off your next purchase. This deal only works for new customers.
2. Shop the sales
Check the sales section for discounts on everything from furniture and décor to wine and beer.
3. View your local ad
Insert your zip code on the website for access to discounts at the store closest to you through the local ad.
4. Join the World Market Explorer rewards program
Sign up for the World Market Explorer Rewards Program and get 15% off your next purchase just for completing your profile. After that, you’ll get a $10 reward for every $200 you spend, plus exclusive access to coupons and deals, special member pricing on wine, beer and other products and a special surprise on your birthday.
5. Have rewards sent to your phone
Never be without access to your member discounts when you get them sent to your phone. Check the website for registration details.
6. Apply for the World Market MasterCard
Customers who use the World Market MasterCard receive perks like no interest if paid in full within 6 months or 12 months, 5% back in rewards for every $1 spent at select partner stores, 2% back in rewards for every $1 spent on gas and groceries and 1% back for every $1 spent anywhere else MasterCard is accepted.
Plus, you’ll receive a $10 reward certificate for every $10 in rewards you earn automatically. Rewards you earn with the Cost Plus World Market MasterCard are separate from the World Market Explorer Rewards Program. (APR will be variable 24.74%, 18.74% or 14.74% based on your credit, so pay your card off in full each time you use it.)
Remember, opening a new credit card can impact your credit. Check your credit score to see where you stand before applying. You can check two credit scores for free on Credit.com.
7. Use your Cost Plus World Market MasterCard at affiliate stores
Besides earning 5% back in rewards for every $1 you spend at Cost Plus World Market, you’ll earn those same rewards when you use it at Bed Bath & Beyond, buybuy BABY, Christmas Tree Shops, andThat! and Harmon Face Values.
8. Use Your Cost Plus World Market MasterCard for big purchases at other stores
You’ll earn 1% back for every $1 spent anywhere MasterCard is accepted at all times, but spend $1,000 in the first six months on your card outside of the affiliate stores and you’ll earn a $25 gift certificate, or $75 when you spend $6,000 in the first six months.
9. Get a designer discount
Professional designers receive a 10% discount at World Market Stores. Just show your proof of occupation (business card or state business license and photo ID) to a store manager to start using your World Market Designer Discount Card today.
10. Check out World Market coupon offers on its website
The website offers World Market coupons, offers & promotions page, filled with deals to help save you money.
11. Search sites for additional coupon offers
Check out places like Offers.com for other potential coupon or promo codes.
12. Follow World Market on social media
Add World Market as connections on both Facebook and Twitter to never miss another sale opportunity.
13. Don’t forget free shipping
Ordering furniture online at World Market pays off, since orders of $150 and over receive free shipping. Just don’t forget to put in the code.
14. Buy discounted gift cards
Check out the World Market section on sites like Gift Card Granny to purchase gift cards at discounted prices.
Read more: 14 ways to save at Wayfair
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