Posted by William Charles on January 12, 2018
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Published on January 12th, 2018 | by William Charles

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[Expired] Clarks – Discounts Trigger Multiple Times

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  • Clarks website is currently letting you trigger their promo codes multiple times. I wasn’t able to get it to work properly, but others on Twitter were successful (maybe mobile will work better than desktop?). The trick to get it to work is to enter promo code EXTRA40, press update and then add it again. If that doesn’t work then adding EXTRA30 first, removing ti and then adding EXTRA40 also seems to be working. Somebody on Slickdeals was able to get it to trigger more than twice…

 

Our Verdict

This is likely an error, no guarantee anything will be honored.



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benjinito
benjinito

I was able to buy 5 pairs for $103, card has been charged. Hopefully they’ll ship it.

Sa13doc
Sa13doc

My order is getting declined. Which card did you use? were you already clark user?

Gahan
Gahan

ya same problem, how did you process your payment?

sa13doc
sa13doc

I didnt go through.. eventually gave up.. 🙁

Ann
Ann

Bought six pairs for $18 a pair!

H
H

Nothing is working for me not even one promo!

AZ
AZ

It worked for me, EXTRA40 twice.

Anon
Anon

Was able to buy 2 pairs for 56. Works on the winter sale items (30% off sale) excluding the shoes that have a special 59$ price. Used a mobile browser, didn’t work on desktop.

Kevin
Kevin

useless and dead as hell… wasted some good time adding any possible shoe just to see even the code works or not!

curtis leasure
curtis leasure

Trying from a PC. Promo code doesn’t seem to be working or doubling any longer.

Jj
Jj

At final checkout page, the amount comes to the original sale amount, before the coupons

dizzy
dizzy

Worked for me. Problem is most of the shoes are kinda ugly. But I got a pair of winter boots for <80% off (used cashback site) so, win? On desktop/mac.

Austin Auclair
Austin Auclair

What site

John
John

wow

Flyerguy
Flyerguy

What time did you order? Every recent order I’ve tried to submit i get an order declined message (seems that the decline is from Clark’s and not from my cc).

dizzy
dizzy

Maybe like 20 minutes ago? Make sure you have eligible shoes (Mine were $100 boots).

Adam
Adam

Thanks Doc, was able to get this to work on two pairs this morning. Kept putting EXTRA40 and EXTRA30 in until it wouldn’t take any more off. Bought $200+ in shoes for about $65. For anyone trying, the sale shoes marked $59.99 do not work.

Kathy (willrunformiles)

I got 4 pairs of boots for $96 total!

elegua
elegua

Worked for me, bought 4 pair of Wallabee Boots for $54.14, checked my CC (3% CB) and says: CLARKS ECOMM #907,,MA,024640000,840 – $54.14, fingers crossed, Thank you Will.

Alisa
Alisa

2 pairs of men’s shoes, $31 shipped. Fingers crossed!

anthony
anthony

what type of shoes did you buy? 40% code is coming up as invalid. What browser?

JuicyJosh
JuicyJosh

Was not able to get code to repeat on desktop or moblie. However, getting 2 pair of dress shoes for net $90 is less than 1 pair my SO would have purchased for me in retail was a deal either way.

MSB1XR
MSB1XR

Showing me I can get a pair of shoes for free(actually that they owe me $9.01) but when I try and check out it says Sorry there seems to be a problem

JuicyJosh
JuicyJosh

Was it a particular pair of shoes? Certain category?

El Guapo
El Guapo

On the one hand, this seems morally iffy. On the other, papa needs a new pair of shoes!

anthony
anthony

Seems like the deal is dead, 40% is no longer a valid promo code and it won’t let me apply 30% off more than once. Does it have to be on certain types of shoes?

nono
nono

DEAL IS DEAD, both codes are expired now, damn it !

Don
Don

Can’t believe you listed this here as a deal. Embarrassing. A decent person would advise the company of the clear glitch in their systems.

Will

i’m a bit twisted, but don’t see substantial difference between this and price error on Amazon or error fare for airplane tickets.

Jorge
Jorge

Thanks for being true to the deal and sticking up to Don. Not to speak ill of your reader since I understand that’s his personal opinion, so I would just simply like to thank both parties for their input. Keep up the great work and keep the deals coming.

curtis leasure
curtis leasure

Don, I think you are on the wrong website to declare what people SHOULD and SHOULDN’T do. I talk to tons of people who think that taking advantage of marketing offer for credit cards is morally wrong since I have no intentions of using the card long-term. People have issues with manufacture spend on credit cards, people have issues with stacking coupons codes, etc. Basically your comment is asking us to empathize with corporations and businesses that have no problem charging high fees and interest rates and mark-ups and this site is obviously NOT frequented by people who think that way. As long as we’re not breaking laws…don’t worry about it. We extend that same logic to companies. They can charge 25% interest which is NOT decent, but they aren’t breaking laws.

cytraveler
cytraveler

I do think it’s important for each of us to think about the moral side of things, and to continue to do so. Here’s what I think: this IS different than getting a credit card without the intention of using it past the minimum spend. In this case, it was a glitch – some IT person who had a bug that wasn’t fixed. The company didn’t intend it and wasn’t even aware of it; theoretically (like if it were a small company) it could put them out of business (though of course they could just decide not to honor the prices). In the case of credit cards, the company intends it, and is fully aware that there’s a certain percentage of people who won’t use the card as they want them to.
But this deal is also different than walking in to a store where the cash register is open and there’s only one employee who just left, and taking the money – that is, it isn’t stealing. And it’s not too different than price errors on Amazon or airline tickets, although somehow it feels different to me.
And even though it feels different when it’s a big company that might take advantage of a glitch, than a small company, it’s different in the impact on the company, but I’m not so sure it’s very different in the moral question.

calwatch
calwatch

Got an email saying my one ordered pair of shoes was out of stock. Oh well.

Charles
Charles

Order cancellation email this morning. It was worth a shot…
“In processing your order ####### we realized that we were unfortunately out of stock of the item(s) listed below. As such, the following items will not be shipped:”

H
H

In processing your order ….., we realized that we were unfortunately out of stock of the item(s) listed below. As such, the following items will not be shipped

Damn

dizzy
dizzy

Yup, same thing. I sorta think it’s their cover- how could their stock be that off? Coz other things were listing as out of sale. Oh well, win some/lose some, but I still need winter boots 🙁

A M
A M

Same here

Jacob
Jacob

One of my 5 orders shipped and was delivered. It was not the only order with next day shipping, but the only order with a nonsale item. Interestingly that nonsale item was OOS but order still arrived.

H
H

So one order with my boots was canceled and the 1st order that had my son’s 2 pairs of shoes is on the way to be delivered the 23rd. I wish I had more orders 🙂

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