How to Redeem a Coupon Code at Pier 1 Imports
When you click on the shopping cart at the top right hand side of the page, a sidebar extends to the right displaying the items in your cart. You can either edit your cart or checkout. During checkout, you can create an account or checkout as a guest without an account. If you have a coupon or promo code, click on the words “Enter a Promo Code” in the Basket Summary square on the right hand side of the page just above the order total. A text box for entering your code will appear. To complete your order, fill in your shipping address and billing information. You will have a chance to review your order before submitting it.
Pier 1 Imports Outlet/Clearance
All of Pier 1’s clearance and sale merchandise is in one, easy to shop section. A menu to the left of the page displays the number of sale and clearance items in each department. Below the departmental icons on the main part of the page, two more links display either sale items only or clearance items only. Below those links are offers with limited-time savings. Filters within each department sort merchandise in several convenient ways.
Pier 1 Imports Review
Pier 1 Imports, like Target and HomeGoods, has established itself as a place to find unique home decor items that express your creative decorating flair. The company opened its first store in San Mateo, California in 1962, attracting customers among the baby boomers, who were then living their hippie phase. Pier 1 moved its corporate headquarters to Fort Worth, Texas, in 1966 and continued to expand within the United States. The company began trading on the New York Stock Exchange in 1970, and in 1972, Pier 1 opened stores in Europe and Australia. In 1985, the company shifted its focus to unique, high quality home furnishings and accessories, and in 1996, Pier 1 began providing designers in the U.S. and Canada with exclusive merchandise previews and substantial discounts through the Design Concepts Program. With the beginning of the new century, Pier 1 launched its online store and hired Kirstie Allie to be its first celebrity spokesperson. A new marketing campaign begun in 2004 introduced the merchandise as the company’s spokesperson and returned the focus to the one-of-a-kind home furnishings and accessories inspired by cultures from all around the world. In 2012, Pier 1 Imports celebrated its 50th year as a retail business and its 40th year of being listed on the New York Stock Exchange as well as the redesign of its online store. The new design frees customers to shop wherever they want, whenever they want, and however they want. They can order items online and pick them up within hours at their local stores with no delivery fees, or they can have their purchases shipped directly to their homes. Some merchandise can be shipped via Pier 1’s White Glove in Home Delivery Service. With this service, the delivery personnel carry the item to the room of the customer’s choice, unpack and inspect it, and then assemble it. Before they leave, they also clean up and remove all of the packing material.
Here’s an example of the product as spokesperson which features ideas for Using Lanterns to Bring Autumn Colors Inside Your Home. By simply changing the contents and color pallets of the lanterns, you can easily adapt this idea for any season, holiday, or party theme.
Because Pier 1 is a worldwide importer, the company has become involved with a number of global issues and relief efforts.
In addition to the Vendor Accountability Program that protects the workers employed by vendors, Pier 1 vendors must observe local laws regarding bribery, corruption, and unethical practices. Pier 1 vendors must also follow the supply chain criteria established by the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol’s Customs — Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) program or a similar World Customs Organization program.
Among its humanitarian efforts, Pier 1 has collaborated with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF since 1985 and has raised over $32 million dollars through the sale of UNICEF greeting cards. Pier 1 has also participated in disaster relief efforts in Haiti and in the countries affected by the Indian Ocean tsunami.