In the late 1800s Bloomingdale brothers opened a bazarre in New York City and sold a selection of European fashions. This effort evolved into today's Department Store phenomenon. Bloomingdale's continues to push the envelope with unique and trendy merchandise and a solid web presence at bloomingdales.com. Bloomingdale's is currently the only nationwide, full-line, upscale department store in the U.S. They are a division of Macy's, Inc and have locations in most major cities in America.
Bloomingdale’s was founded in 1861 when Joseph and Lyman Bloomingdale started selling ladies notions such as hoopskirts in a little shop they named the Ladies Notion Shop in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. They worked hard keeping up with their father, Benjamin Bloomingdale who was a Bavarian born salesman who worked hard to immigrate and eventually settled in New York City. He was the one who sold the very popular hoopskirts all along the Easter Seaboard, leaving his sons to operated the store front in the city. In 1872, the brothers opened their first store on their own on Third Avenue. They knew they weren’t the first to open a shop of this nature, so they were committed to doing it bigger and better than any of their predecessors. As the store grew in popularity and in size, the brothers moved the store to its current location at 59th and Lexington. Taking advantage of huge picture windows that lined the store on both sides, Bloomingdales became of of the first goods store to decorate their windows with scenes that caught the eye rather than cramming as much of their merchandise in as possible. The Christmas scenes at Bloomingdales are still one of the most popular things to see during the holidays in New York City. In the 1930’s, Bloomingdales began to use the merchadise bags to further plant themselves in New York’s consciousness. By 1973, Bloomingdales unveiled one of their most popular and recognized items to the day…The Brown Bag. Now known as a department store where anyone can find anything from furniture to fine lace lingerie, Bloomingadales is a staple of New York City and indeed the world.
A visit to the website reveals an easy to follow and user friendly interface. The user can redeem his or her Bloomingdales coupons or Bloomingdales promo codes to shop for any number of items to purchase with his or her Bloomingdales credit card. Those looking for employment with the retail giant can click on Bloomingdales careers for help in that arena as well.
Using Bloomingdale's Promotion Codes:
Bloomingdale's offers discounts and special offers through both text links and banners as well as coupons and promotion codes. If you see an offer on PromotionCode.org associated with a text link--the offer will say "Click to Redeem", simply click the link and make your purchase through the window that opens on the Bloomingdale's web site. The discount or offer will appear upon checkout if your purchase qualifies.
If the offer is associated with a coupon or promotion code, simply click on the code and shop through the page that opens on the Bloomingdale's website. Enter the code at checkout to see the updated discount price or free shipping offer if your purchase qualifies.
Codes that appear on PromotionCode.org as Staff Picks (those in green boxes, as opposed to blue boxes) have been provided to us directly by Bloomingdale's. Other codes may be submitted by our community of users as with any electronic bulletin board. Because of the volume of these user-submitted codes, they are not tested, nor guaranteed to be valid by PromotionCode.org. These codes appear in blue boxes. Be sure to read any comments associated with such codes before trying to use them. You may also see at the bottom of some pages code boxes that are colored red. Those contain codes for Bloomingdale's which have previously expired, or which our community of users has voted down over time although they might still be valid.