Bloomingdales has noticed how much I love them and reached out to sponsor a post — swoon! Bloomingdale’s has always been a vital shopping resource for me when it comes to women’s formal wear, blouses, jewelry (especially their in-house fine jewelry collection), fresh men’s wear, and pieces other department stores just don’t have. And absolutely no other high-end department store has as many sales as Bloomingdale’s. On top of that, their free Loyallist Program is the best reward program I have ever seen (details below).
I know, price means little to me, as it’s all about buying the best items for our lives. But I know many of you love getting a good sale, and who am I kidding — if I can get what I was going to buy anyways at a lower price, color me happy. Just repeat this in your mind though: never buy something you don’t love just because it is on sale. I always tell my clients, you know what’s cheaper than something on sale? Not buying it.
But for now, let’s get back to the sales. This weekend Bloomingdale’s is having its Buy More, Save More sale. Let’s explore…
What is the Bloomingdale’s Buy More Save More Sale?
The Bloomingdale’s Buy More, Save More sale is currently underway online until April 17 and in stores until April 16. As the name suggests, the more you spend the more you save:
- You get 20% off if you spend between $100 and $249.99
- That jumps to 25% off if you spend $250-$499.99
- And finally, you get 30% if you spend $500 or more
These discounts only apply, however, to items labeled “Take up to 30% off with code: SAVEMORE.” There are some major extra perks for Loyallist members that I go over below. You will notice I have also included items that are not part of the Buy More, Save More sale — it’s because my clients are loving them, and like I said, if it’s the right garment for you, just buy it.
Bonus: Starting April 26, you get 25% off when you buy 2 or more pairs of women’s shoes OR Loyallists get a $50 reward for every $200 you spend. I am telling you, the sales at Bloomingdale’s are never ending. Set a calendar alert. This sale ends May 1.
The Bloomingdale’s Loyallist Program
Rewards programs always seem confusing so let’s break this down. As I mentioned before, Bloomingdale’s Loyallist Program is incredibly generous and free to join. Loyallist members always get free shipping and you earn points for shopping no matter how you pay. This means you don’t need a Bloomingdale’s credit card (though you do get extra points if you have one).
Loyallist members get 1 point for every dollar spent (if you do have a Bloomingdale’s credit card you get 3 points for every dollar) — 5,000 points equals $25 off. You can also pick two days a year when you get triple points on your purchases, either online or in the store.
And during sale events, Loyallist members often get additional benefits. During the current Buy More, Save More sale, for example, Loyallists get $25 off for every $100 spent on items labeled “Loyallist Power Points.” And the best part is that Bloomingdale’s gives you the rewards cards immediately before you return anything — it’s extremely generous! I am seriously blown away by how much free store credit they give you.
Like other department store programs, there is somewhat of a tiered system. Those who spend $5,000 or more a year are “top of the list” and get additional benefits like an unlimited return window and early access to sales. Those who spend $15,000 or more a year are part of the “Top of the list unlocked” tier and get benefits like free premium shipping and extra points on purchases.
Bloomingdale’s Shopping Services You Didn’t Know About
Bloomingdale’s offers different non-traditional options for picking up your purchases, such as a contact-free curbside pickup service they launched during the pandemic that continues to this day. They also have a same-day delivery option for certain items for a flat fee of $20. They make it very easy to get items last minute if you’ve procrastinated your shopping.
Bloomingdale’s stores also offer various in-person services such as a plethora of alteration options, including shortening or letting out hems, denim tapering or ram hem finishing, and adding built-in bra cups and adjustable straps. They also offer made-to-measure suits at certain locations. In their beauty and makeup section, the beauty experts work across brands and provide complimentary makeup application and other services like facials.
And for those of you who do not have a personal stylist, like myself, Bloomingdale’s offers in-store and virtual stylists. I do not know anyone who has tried it before, but I am interested to hear if any of you have experienced this service. Bloomingdales just posted the most adorable video on Instagram of a dog informing us how their stylist services work. Have I mentioned that I adore pet videos? It’s the main reason I use Instagram.
Photos by Dayley Photography
This post is sponsored by Bloomingdale’s.