Update added by user Apr 18, 2016
I have received email after email saying to leave their "coupon" practices alone but I'm going to make sure other people know how deceitful they are.
Original review posted by user Apr 17, 2016
I have been a loyal going to be customer since September 2013!!I received a coupon the other day for take an EXTRA 35% off at home clothes ( see photo ).
I was excited to purchase a pair of jeans that I have had since February. When I received these in February they were $91.50, that is the discounted at-home price. After I attempted to use the coupon the price remained at $91.50. I contacted going to b after I attempted to use the coupon the price remained at $91.50.
I contacted Gwynnie Bee about this error and asked them to fix it, they emailed me back and told me that that it was corrected.
I then attempted to use the coupon again and the price was $90.50 (see photo).I am disgusted that sent out coupons so people think that they're getting an actual discount, but if they're not paying attention they won't realize that they're actually not saving anything above the "at home" price
More Review Details
|Privacy and Data Security|
|Advertised vs Delivered|
|Product or Service Quality|
|Discounts and Special Offers|
|Exchange, Refund and Cancellation Policy|
|Diversity of Products or Services|
What I liked
- Rental of clothes
- Range of choices
What I disliked
- Manner in which the business is operated
- Bait and switch
- Do not correct their mistakes
- Customer service