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Menards / rebate

1 Rochester, MN, United States Review updated:

I just got my rebate back from Menards and am very upset to find out it can only be used in the Menards store. I've never seen a sign or ad that said "Rebate for in-store credit".

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  • Ro
      7th of Feb, 2008
    -1 Votes

    that's bull. that statement is everywhere, whether in the ads or on every single sign that states that it is a mail-in rebate and on the rebate forms itself

  • Av
      30th of Nov, 2008
    -1 Votes

    Yes, learn to read smart guy, amazing what kinds of things pop out at you when you open your eyes

  • El
      16th of Feb, 2009
    -1 Votes

    What did you think, you could take your rebate and spend it at the mall? It's a Menards rebate...use common sense!!

  • Ma
      28th of May, 2009
    +1 Votes

    Wow Menard's emplyoees are even rude online...amazing tatic to try to salvage a customer.

  • Ma
      29th of Jun, 2009
    -1 Votes

    what else should she say.. there isn't really an easy way to say how easy rebates are to figure out. it says right on them and most people already know this

  • Sa
      20th of Dec, 2010
    0 Votes

    They do NOT put it in BOLD print that the rebate has to strictly be used at Menards. It is hidden in small print, even on their flyers.
    I just sent them this email: We have spent a lot of money over the years at Menards, but I do have a complaint. If you are going to give the customer a true "rebate", why not give them one that can be used anywhere, including your stores instead of giving a "rebate" that must be used exclusively in your stores for your merchandise? Why not give the customer the option of freely using their rebate at your establishments, or if they choose to use their hard earned dollars at another establishment, possibly for a totally unrelated purchase? This would certainly generate a lot more good will and possibly more return customers. Making a customer use their "rebate" at your discretion really isn't a true "rebate". I know it would surely make a difference to where I shop.
    Rebate=A deduction from an amount to be paid; an abatement; The RETURN of part of an amount already paid.
    Thank you!

  • Ol
      25th of Jan, 2012
    0 Votes

    menards "owns" the rebate company.. they will not admit to it. I was a store manager

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