I love shopping for household items like towels, sheets, dishes, all that good stuff. When I was a kid I loved looking through the big Sears and JCPenney catalogs and dreaming of the day when I could really buy that big wooden breadbox.
Those days have come and gone and I no longer really want that breadbox. But when I do want some new decorating item I can just head over to my computer and look for what I want online. So the fact that Bed Bath and Beyond sends out a small catalog frequently just makes me want to make it stop.
When looking for the instructions I almost couldn’t find them because they’re in teeny, tiny print. (see area in circle) I would’ve taken a close up, but my camera couldn’t focus on it. Anyway, it does say if you want to opt-out of future mailings to visit their website. The specific website is https://bedbathandbeyond.com/unsubscribe.asp.
The first screen will bring you to options for email delivery. If you’d like to receive sale updates by email this is where you’d let them know. Below the submit button, there’s a link to be removed from direct mail.
That will take you to the next screen where you’ll fill in your name and address information. Make sure you fill in your address exactly as it appears on the mailer. According to the confirmation page it takes about 90 days for the Bed Bath and Beyond catalogs to stop.