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Promoted 09-05-2016 by Randy71 at 09:08 AM View Original Post
Target.com has select 56oz Softsoap Liquid Hand Soap Refill on sale with prices starting from $3.16 when you checkout via "Subscription." Shipping is free. Thanks Artifact

Note, your Target Subscription may be canceled any time after your order shipsTarget.com also has 52oz Dial Antibacterial Spring Water Hand Soap Refill for $3.18 when you checkout via "Subscription." Shipping is free.

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A Target REDcard entitles you to 5% off most items, free shipping for online orders, and an extended return period.

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Edited September 5, 2016 at 07:53 AM by annie930ny
Target.com is having a 20% off new subscriptions (through 9/10) which makes some pretty good deals on hand soap refills.

56 oz Softsoap Aquarium Series [target.com]: $3.16
56 oz Softsoap Soothing Aloe Vera [target.com]: $3.23
56 oz Softsoap Milk Protein & Honey [target.com]: $3.52
56 oz Softsoap Antibacterial White Tea & Berry [target.com]: $3.52
56 oz Softsoap Antibacterial Fresh Citrus [target.com]: $3.52

52 oz Dial Antibacterial Spring Water [target.com]: $3.18
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jesus christ folks:

is this a good deal? apparently.

is this good deal located at target? apparently.

why are we talking about politics on a deal website?!

go spew what you need to spew elsewhere: please, and thank you.
Here is more information about the Antibacterial ban and what products are included The impression I get from reading several articles and news reports the risk outweighs the reward, Antibacterial labeling is more of a marketing ploy. Do some research and decide for yourself..http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/C...378393.htm
http://www.forbes.com/sites/ritar...930bfde0e5
Wrong question. You should be asking why.
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How is this not a good deal? The Amazon 52 oz Dial Refills priced at $2.99 always seem to be well received.
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How is this not a good deal? The Amazon 52 oz Dial Refills priced at $2.99 always seem to be well received.
Because it's Target...and it's $0.19+ more and it's another subscription service I'd have to deal with, a red card I don't have and don't want but I'd need to have to get the best deal...that's my reasons anyway. Target has left a bad taste in my mouth over the years to the point I don't shop there anymore. First was a massive data breach I feel they mishandled, political correctness run amuck, "savings" given in the form of Target gift cards, higher prices than the competition, etc...
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get em before they are gone forever!
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Because it's Target...and it's $0.19+ more and it's another subscription service I'd have to deal with, a red card I don't have and don't want but I'd need to have to get the best deal...that's my reasons anyway
It's actually cheaper because it's 4 oz more. Target subscriptions runs pretty much the same as Amazon. You don't need the RedCard and most likely I wouldn't have posted this deal if there wasn't that 20% off new subs. I don't think I can name another subscription goods services besides Amazon or Target. It shouldn't be much of a hassle in my opinion.
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get em before they are gone forever!
You mean the soon to be banned antibacterial soaps? Yeah I made sure to label the ones that were and were not.

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Target has left a bad taste in my mouth over the years to the point I don't shop there anymore. First was a massive data breach I feel they mishandled, political correctness run amuck, "savings" given in the form of Target gift cards, higher prices than the competition, etc...
I just saw your edited post. Some of those issues are touchy and I don't really think they belong on a deal thread. Confused
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Some of those issues are touchy and I don't really think they belong on a deal thread. Confused
Yeah, cause as we all know these threads always stay right on topic...however it is completely relevant since it is the answer to your question as to why it's not a good deal and doesn't get specific in anyway to attack any individual or specific policy or give an opinion on the matter other than to say I don't like them wading into politically sensitive issues to pander to, or drive away, certain types of clientele whether intentional or not.
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Quote from MrFurley13 View Post :
Yeah, cause as we all know these threads always stay right on topic...however it is completely relevant since it is the answer to your question as to why it's not a good deal and doesn't get specific in anyway to attack any individual or specific policy or give an opinion on the matter other than to say I don't like them wading into politically sensitive issues to pander to, or drive away, certain types of clientele whether intentional or not.
Your first part of your comment was sufficient enough. It's just not going to end well if you are bringing up issues like that. And yes you were specific enough. We all know what you are talking about and what your position on it is. You're buying it online. It shouldn't be an issue whoever they let in the bathroom. You know saying the word pandering isn't particularly becoming to someone who claims they won't attack.

Your comment about pricing and gift cards seems iffy. You seem to be one of the few people who think that's an issue. They do have competitive prices especially when they have a promotion and you can always reuse those gift cards when they have another sale. For the data breach, I have never heard anyone mention that on a Target deal, not once.
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Who's banning antibacterial soap?
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Who's banning antibacterial soap?
government. They can do whatever they want. And we vote for them. They are our boss.
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jesus christ folks:

is this a good deal? apparently.

is this good deal located at target? apparently.

why are we talking about politics on a deal website?!

go spew what you need to spew elsewhere: please, and thank you.
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Who's banning antibacterial soap?
Wrong question. You should be asking why.
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government. They can do whatever they want. And we vote for them. They are our boss.
Here is more information about the Antibacterial ban and what products are included The impression I get from reading several articles and news reports the risk outweighs the reward, Antibacterial labeling is more of a marketing ploy. Do some research and decide for yourself..http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/C...378393.htm
http://www.forbes.com/sites/ritar...930bfde0e5
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How is this not a good deal? The Amazon 52 oz Dial Refills priced at $2.99 always seem to be well received.
Using my Redcard drops it virtually to the same price as some of the Amazon posted threads. Cancelling the subscription is easy., much like Amazon. Thanks OP.
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