They advertise it in the email with these big bold letters SUPER CASH, you have to actually scroll all the way down to the very bottom just to see that you need to spend a certain amount to redeem a certain amount. So you're telling me I have to spend more than the coupon is worth just to get the the FULL amount off?
I don't shop at Old Navy regularly so I'm thinking it's like free cash at least that's what they advertise it as in the email... should of known it was too good to be true.
I understand there's exclusions to coupons because I work in retail but why are they advertising it as free cash and then when you get to the register just to get told you got spend more? As a company dont advertise something as free cash and then have unnecessary exclusions, why not just say "$40 off reward when you spend $100" or something along the lines of whatever the customer is rewarded.
Product or Service Mentioned: Old Navy Coupon.