American department store Kohl’s have created their own Snapchat filter, and if you use it you can get a $10 voucher to spend there – here’s what you need to do.
As December fast approaches, American department stores are packed with Christmas shoppers at this time of year. Buying all those gifts can be stressful, and very expensive, but what if we told you that you could get a free $10 to spend at Kohl’s?
All you have to do is use a specific Snapchat filter and you’ll be sent a voucher. Sounds great right? Well, here’s how to do it.
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What is the Kohl’s Snapchat Filter?
If you’re from the USA, you should see a new Kohl’s Snapchat Filter appear in your saved filters this week.
The filter has been created by American department store retail chain Kohls, which is the largest department store in America with 1,158 stores across the country. Founded by Polish immigrant Maxwell Kohl in 1927, they now operate a store in every state apart from Hawaii.
The Kohl’s filter isn’t just you’re ordinary filter though, it’s actually a marketing strategy, and if you play the game, you can get $10 free cash to spend at Kohls.
Find out how to get your voucher below.
How to get a $10 Kohl’s voucher
Claiming your free $10 Kohl’s cash is simple, and anyone across America can do it.
- Apply the Kohls Snapchat Filter and play the memory game.
- Click on the shop button.
- Insert your phone number.
- You should then receive a text containing a link to collect your coupon.
- Click on the link and claim your voucher.
Snapchat users report the link doesn’t work
Many Snapchat users have been taking to Twitter over the past day to report that the link to claim their $10 coupon isn’t working.
If you are having trouble claiming your Kohl’s cash, contact the department store’s customer service team by calling:
The line is open Monday- Sunday from 7am to 9pm and Sunday from 8am to 9pm.
You could also try contacting Kohl’s via their official Twitter.
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