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Spending the holidays at home amid COVID-19? Bed Bath & Beyond begins rolling out deals

Forget Black Friday. Bed, Bath &  Beyond says the holiday deals start now. 



a sign in front of a building: Bed Bath & Beyond is closing 200 stores over the next two years.


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Bed Bath & Beyond is closing 200 stores over the next two years.

For shoppers, whose lives have largely revolved around their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic, the retailer intends to offer tips, discounts, and special loyalty perks to woo shoppers.

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“With home being the epicenter of all of our lives throughout the pandemic … gifts for (shoppers’) homes are some of the things on the top of the shopping list this year,’’ says Cindy Davis, Bed Bath & Beyond’s chief brand officer.

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Starting Oct. 4, through Oct. 31 customers who join the Beyond+ loyalty program will get a bonus card whose $29 value matches the membership fee. The program gives members a 20% discount whenever they make a purchase, as well as early looks at holiday deals and free standard shipping.

All shoppers who spend $75 from Wednesday through Saturday will get $25 in My Funds Rewards that they can use any time in a 30-day period to purchase linen, kitchen accessories and other products.

And shoppers who purchase $200 worth of merchandise online on Oct. 13 and 14 will earn $50 in My Funds Rewards.

The surge in online shopping as people stayed close to home during the global health crisis has apparently led to “some uncertainty and concern about not getting their items in time for the holidays’’ Davis says of some shoppers. So Bed Bath & Beyond is highlighting its options to buy online, then pick up in store, or the ability to pick up online orders curbside – services it launched for the first time during the pandemic. 

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Bed Bath & Beyond Offers Buy-Online-Pickup-In-Store, Curbside Pickup, Same Day Delivery

(RTTNews) – Ahead of the upcoming holiday season, Omnichannel retailer Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. announced the addition of Buy-Online-Pickup-In-Store, Curbside Pickup and Same Day Delivery services this year. With these services, the company expects to provide faster, safer and more convenient shopping experience amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

The company would provide free Buy-Online-Pickup-In-Store and Curbside Pickup services. Further, Same Day Delivery service is newly introduced.

For Same Day Delivery, once the order is placed, a personal shopper from the company’s Same Day Delivery partner Shipt will pick up the item at the local store and deliver to the customer’s home for as little as $4.99.

The company also will provide easy solutions, thoughtful gifts, relevant tips, and inspiring ideas throughout its website, marketing and social channels during the season.

The company said it has tapped Decorist, its online interior design service, to provide holiday decorating and entertaining inspiration, including state-of-the art 3D renderings and blog posts.

Cindy Davis, Chief Brand Officer of Bed Bath & Beyond and President of Decorist said, “At a time when our homes are the epicenter of our lives, we want to help our customers celebrate old traditions and create new ones, by making sure there’s no place like home this holiday season.”

Bed Bath & Beyond further offers programs to make great savings throughout the season. Under its Beyond+ loyalty program, members receive 20% off on every shopping and free standard shipping throughout the year for only $29 annually. They will get a special bonus during Black Friday week.

The company noted that from October 4 through October 31, customers will receive a $29 bonus card when they purchase a Beyond+ membership.

Further, from October 7 through October 10, customers will earn $25 in My Funds Rewards when they spend $75. All customers will

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Inside this four-bedroom at 8 Carrington Street in Canberra lies a pool, cabana and sunken bath


By Alice Murphy For Daily Mail Australia

05:50 07 Oct 2020, updated 06:21 07 Oct 2020

  • An architect has created a one-of-a-kind home in one of Canberra’s most sought-after suburbs
  • The two-storey house at 8 Carrington Street in Deakin has won awards for its incredibly luxurious design 
  • Fitted with gold marble and imported Turkish tiles, is has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a two car garage
  • Standout features include a sunken bathtub and a vacuum cleaner built into the walls of the house
  • There’s also a heated swimming pool, hotel-style cabana and waterfall benchtops in the chef’s kitchen

An architect has created a one-of-a-kind house in one of Canberra’s most sought-after suburbs.

Designed by Alessandro D’Ambrosio of local firm Arkitex in 2018, the two-storey at 8 Carrington Street in Deakin has won awards for its extraordinarily luxurious design – and it’s not hard to see why.

Fitted with gold marble and imported Turkish tiles, the opulent home has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a heated outdoor swimming pool and hotel-style cabana, which looks more like a fixture of a Spanish resort than something you’d find in a backyard.

Standout features include a sunken bathtub flushed into the floor of the master ensuite and a ducted vacuum cleaner built into the walls, so the lucky owners need never lug a machine around again.

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The two-storey at 8 Carrington Street in Deakin, Canberra, designed by local architect Alessandro D’Ambrosio in 2018
The one-of-a-kind house (pictured) has won awards for its extraordinarily luxurious design, with standout features including a heated outdoor swimming pool, hotel-style cabana and a sunken bathtub flushed into gold marble

The property, which is described as ‘old charm meets the pinnacle of modern design’, has a sprawling 293 square metre living space – 51 larger than the

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Bed Bath & Beyond sees a boost, Sheila Bridges’s new kicks, and more

It’s October, and whether or not you find yourself leaning into the spooky season, John Derian is—in a whimsical collection with Target, he’s designed 50 eerie accents and home decor pieces. No matter your mood, read on for headlines, launches and events, recommended reading, and more.

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Last week, Bed Bath & Beyond reported second-quarter earnings, and the results pleasantly surprised investors. The Motley Fool’s Howard Smith writes that the home retailer reported an increase in comparable-store sales for the first time since 2016, boasting an 89 percent growth spurt in its e-commerce division—despite foreboding cost cuts, store closures and other restructuring announcements a few weeks prior. “Bed Bath & Beyond’s successful quarter reflects the renewed interest in home improvement as consumers continue to spend more time working from home, and adding to the comfort of being at home,” he adds.

Fall High Point Market is just a week away, and the High Point Market Authority has announced that 70 percent of active exhibitors will open their doors for the event. Attendees will be able to plan their itineraries using an updated list of open vendors, available through the High Point Market app or on HPMA’s website.

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London-based decorative lighting brand Vaughan has kicked off its second “Made in the Shade” campaign in partnership with solar lighting nonprofit Watts of Love. All of the 30 participating designers, from Alessandra Branca to Kit Kemp, have been tasked with creating a unique lampshade for their favorite Vaughan lamp in their local showroom. For each social media post using the campaign’s hashtag before October 31, Vaughan will donate one dollar to Watts of Love. The lamps will be auctioned by Christie’s online through the platform Charitybuzz.

Office systems and furniture brand Knoll has launched its own

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Bed Bath & Beyond launch flash sales, tips, deals for the holidays

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Forget Black Friday. Bed, Bath &  Beyond says the holiday deals start now. 

For shoppers, whose lives have largely revolved around their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic, the retailer intends to offer tips, discounts, and special loyalty perks to woo shoppers.

“With home being the epicenter of all of our lives throughout the pandemic … gifts for (shoppers’) homes are some of the things on the top of the shopping list this year,’’ says Cindy Davis, Bed Bath & Beyond’s chief brand officer.

Starting Oct. 4, through Oct. 31 customers who join the Beyond+ loyalty program will get a bonus card whose $29 value matches the membership fee. The program gives members a 20% discount whenever they make a purchase, as well as early looks at holiday deals and free standard shipping.

All shoppers who spend $75 from Wednesday through Saturday will get $25 in My Funds Rewards that they can use any time in a 30-day period to purchase linen, kitchen accessories and other products.

Bed Bath & Beyond is closing 200 stores over the next two years. (Photo: Kelly Tyko, USA TODAY)

And shoppers who purchase $200 worth of merchandise online on Oct. 13 and 14 will earn $50 in My Funds Rewards.

The surge in online shopping as people stayed close to home during the global health crisis has apparently led to “some uncertainty and concern about not getting their items in time for the holidays’’ Davis says of some shoppers. So Bed Bath & Beyond is highlighting its options to buy online, then pick up in store, or the ability to pick up online orders curbside – services

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