Discounts & Coupons & Appreciation
HSN coupons are extremely rare these days, which is why I do not shop as much as I used to, plus, the shipping charges eat away at whatever promo HSN card holders do sporadically receive. I thought it was a nice gesture to see HSN appreciate teachers last week on their home-page with a discount and is currently honoring nurses, medical providers, and hospital employees with even more discounts (https://shop.id.me/stores/2762-hsn). Both of those special recognition days were last week and the promos are still active, which is terrific, however, this entire week is National Police Week (first responders are recognized as well) and there is no discount (that I can see) for these civil servants. Memorial Day is almost upon us and hopefully, HSN will honor the military as well.
Thank you teachers, medical field workers, first responders, and our military; you are ALL loved and appreciated.
Thanks for the 9/11 banner on your home page yesterday. We’re now back to honoring teachers and nurses on the daily, along with a 15% coupon. I guess First Responders and the Military still don’t rate a discount or daily appreciation.
I hope they honor all our First Responders too and all our Military by special coupon days like some of the other very important professions. They definitely deserve some special recognition and some savings on their HSN purchases. I’m sure they would greatly appreciate the thoughtfulness.
Thanks so much. Today is the last day of National Police Week, so thank you LEOs for your service.
Today is also Armed Forces Day, kinda like teacher appreciation day but for all our servicemen and women. It would have been nice to see HSN appreciate them with a shout-out or a coupon code!
“President Harry S. Truman led the effort to establish a single holiday for citizens to come together and thank our military members for their patriotic service in support of our country.
On August 31, 1949, Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson announced the creation of an Armed Forces Day to replace separate Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force Days.
The single day celebration stemmed from the unification of the Armed Forces under the Department of Defense.”
Posted in Clearance, Special & Coupons
09.12.21 1:06 PM