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How do I know if I am a registered Kohls.com customer?

If you've already created a Kohls.com shopping account, then you're a registered customer. If you created an account, you created a sign-in name with your email address and provided a password and shipping and billing addresses.

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How do I create a registry?

If you've already created a Kohls.com shopping account, there are two easy steps for creating your registry.

  1. Enter the email address and password you used to create your Kohls.com shopping account and click "sign in."
  2. Enter your event date and location information.

It's that easy! Next time you sign in to your Kohls.com shopping account, your registry will be just a click away!

Note: If you are experiencing problems signing in, make sure your email address is in the appropriate format (e.g. yourname@host.com). Please re-enter your password, keeping in mind that passwords are 5-8 characters long and case sensitive.

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How do I search for my registry?

By signing in to your Kohls.com shopping account, your registry will be available under "Registries." From here, you can view, add or change items on your registry, as well as update your registry profile.

If you don't have a Kohls.com shopping account, there are two easy ways to search for your registry by name or registry number.

To find your registry by name, enter at least the first two letters of your first and last names. It's optional to enter the state where your event is taking place and registry type; however, the more information you enter, the better your search results will be.

To find your registry by number, make sure to enter your entire registry number. If you enter a partial registry number, you won't receive any results.

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If I have a Kohls.com shopping account, can I change the email address for my registry?

Yes. If you change the email address for your registry, be sure to remember that change when you're accessing your Kohls.com shopping account.

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