40 Deals And Steals On Clothing, Jewelry, Kitchen Appliances And More

Black Friday sales are still going strong, but as the weekend comes to a close, retailers are readying for the next big event: Cyber Monday. Kohl’s Cyber Monday deals are live and run through December 2, with extra savings and promotions that knock some of the hottest holiday must-haves down as much as 60%.

Tip: Bookmark this page and check back often. We’ll be updating it regularly as more Kohl’s Cyber Monday deals drop.

These days, Cyber Monday isn’t just about tech and electronics. Everything from clothing and jewelry to kitchen appliances and bedding are on sale.

At Kohl’s, shoppers get an additional 20% off for the sale with the code YOUGET20 at checkout, but keep an eye out for other promo codes on select items like jewelry and watches. For example, these diamond stud earrings are an unbelievable $269 down from $1,135 using the additional code SPARKLE20.

Here are our top picks across categories—everything from bedding to toys—for the best Kohl’s Cyber Monday deals to shop right now.

Kohl’s Cyber Monday Deals on Bedding

Eddie Bauer 370 Thread Count Batiste Goose Down Comforter


Kohl’s Cyber Monday Deals on Coats and Boots

Women’s TOWER by London Fog Faux-Fur Hood Down-Fill Coat

Women’s Levi’s Sherpa-Lined Ex-Boyfriend Trucker Jacket

This product is not eligible for promotional offers and coupons. However, you are able to earn and redeem Kohl’s Cash and Kohl’s Rewards on this product.

Koolaburra by UGG Classic Short Women’s Winter Boots

This product is not eligible for promotional offers and coupons. However, you are able to earn and redeem Kohl’s Cash and YES2YOU Rewards on this product.


Kohl’s Cyber Monday Deals on Smart Home & Electronics

Beats Solo Pro Wireless Headphones

This product is not eligible for promotional offers and coupons. However, you can get Kohl’s Cash for this purchase.

Google Nest Learning Thermostat

This product is not eligible for promotional offers and coupons. However, you can get Kohl’s Cash for this purchase.

Victrola Journey+ Bluetooth Record Player

This product is not eligible for promotional offers and coupons. However, you can get Kohl’s Cash for this purchase.

Beats Powerbeats Pro Totally Wireless Earphones

This product is not eligible for promotional offers and coupons. However, you are able to earn and redeem Kohl’s Cash and Kohl’s Rewards on this product. 

Ring Video Doorbell 3

This product is not eligible for promotional offers and coupons. However, you are able to earn and redeem Kohl’s Cash and YES2YOU Rewards on this product

JBL Charge 4 Portable Bluetooth Speaker

This product is not eligible for promotional offers and coupons. However, you are able to earn and redeem Kohl’s Cash and Kohl’s Rewards on this product.

Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones

This product is not eligible for promotional offers and

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Stay Safe When Shopping for Appliances In Store



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If you’re looking to buy a new appliance, checking out models can be trickier during the coronavirus pandemic. For safety reasons, you may be hesitant to go to a store to see just how the controls work on washing machines, what the inside storage looks like in refrigerators, or if the racks in various dishwashers can hold your large serving platter.

To address consumers’ worries, some retailers are offering new ways for customers to “experience” products. Nebraska Furniture Mart in Omaha, for instance, can demonstrate appliance features via video. But if you do have to enter a store, there are a number of precautions you can take to stay safe. Here’s what to do. 

Go when traffic is low. Do a Google search for the retailer to see whether you get a chart showing the times when the store is less busy. If you’re older or in a vulnerable population, shop during any special hours reserved for you. (You may have to call to ask.) Keep a distance from store staff and other shoppers.

Make an appointment. Set a specific time to meet with a salesperson, if possible, so you don’t have to wait around in the store. Prepare questions ahead of time.

If you can’t make an appointment, don’t be shy about telling the salesperson that you want to expedite the shopping process. (So, no, you don’t want to hear the pitch for an extended warranty. CR usually doesn’t recommend them anyway.)

Plan for contactless payment. You can download a mobile app such, as Apple Pay or Google Pay, to check out simply by waving your smartphone above the card reader. Or pay with a credit card with radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology, which lets you do the same thing without having to swipe the card or sign anything.

Wear a mask, take sanitizer, skip gloves. As with any public outing, remember to wear a mask. Take hand sanitizer that’s at least 60 percent alcohol to use after touching appliances and when you leave the store. Don’t wear gloves, because they can give you a false sense of security—you could touch a surface with gloved hands, then inadvertently touch your face. Wash your hands with soap when you get home.

Prepare for the delivery. Whether you shop in a store or online, when the company contacts you before your appliance arrives, ask that the people delivering it follow safety protocols, including wearing masks, using hand sanitizer, and maintaining a social distance of at least 6 feet when they’re in your house. Keep windows open before and after delivery to circulate air, which helps reduce airborne virus particles. If possible, stay out of the room during installation. Afterward, use soap and water to clean the appliance—and surrounding countertops—and wash your hands.

Editor’s Note: This article also appeared in the December 2020 issue of Consumer Reports magazine.

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