Gaylord, Michigan

I purchased a wind shirt advertised with a $10 mail-in rebate, to arrive in 6-8 weeks. I got my "check" yesterday and tried to cash it at the bank, and discovered it was only an in-store credit.

The bank attendent said i wasn't the first case; she had ahd many attempts before. I've been dooped and I resent it.

I this is the MO of Menards, it will eliminate my shopping at Menards, unless I get the check I was "promised." This happened at the Menards store in Traverse City, Michigan. Clean up your act.

Product or Service Mentioned: Menards Rebate.

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The print on the advertisements isn't even small print. It's listed below the description of every single item that is said to have a rebate as well as on the rebate for you pick up at the desk near the registers. "Rebates will be issued in the form of a Merchandise Credit Check."




You seriously took the mail-in-rebate, which very clearly says that it is for an in-store credit, to the bank to get cashed? If I was the teller, I would have been literally laughing my *** off. You make Forrest Gump look like a rocket scientist.


Thank you for not shopping at menards anymore , your an *** we wont miss you! Dont forget to wipe when your done *** .


I find it funny all the people complaning about rebates. It says in the add, on the sign, and on the rebate that it is in store credit.

I've been to a lot of places and never got a cash rebate.

Stores want to make money. They don't by giving you cash.


Yup, you need a magnifying glass to read all the fine print. :roll


So after you received the in store credit rebate you thought you would try to cash it when it says all over it only usable at MENARDS. You're a genius! It's also advertised this way and not news to anyone.




All of Menards mail in rebates are in the form of in-store credit. You were never dooped.

Read the fine print next time. You were never promised a check.