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Buy $50 select P&G Beauty Products and Get $15 Visa Prepaid Gift Card Rebate

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P&G [footprint.net] offers buy $50 worth of select P&G beauty products and get $15 back via Visa prepaid card by mail when you purchase:
  • Pantene
  • Head & Shoulders
  • Secret
  • Ivory
  • Olay Skin
  • Olay Body
  • Safeguard
  • Venus
Purchase made be made from 2/26/17 to 4/30/2017, postmarked by 5/31/17.

Allow 6-8 weeks for delivery of your prepaid card. Limit one per household/address.

Target has select/eligible P&G items on promo where you spend $20 get a $5 Target gift card.Walgreens.com [walgreens.com] also has an additional 20% off sitewide with online code: SURPRISE. Stack $10 off $50 purchase when checking out via Visa Checkout.

Apply the coupon to the Pantene sale Buy 2, get 3rd free [walgreens.com].
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I used pantene like my whole life and just happened to get a ton of john frieda really cheap.
At first i thought my medication was doing something weird to my hair but then i realized my new shampoo and conditioners were probably to blame. its really starting to seem like it looks a lot better now. I thought it was getting thinner, but then i recall reading pantene is depositing silicone in my hair and i bet this new stuff isnt
Sucks cause i got like a year of pantene on the shelf.
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Also, Cartwheel has $1-$2 coupons for Pantene, Secret and Olay.

Edit: Walgreens has the same type of coupons as well.
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Would $60 at Target and getting $15 back in Target gift card work to trigger another $15 from this?
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Would $60 at Target and getting $15 back in Target gift card work to trigger another $15 from this?
As long as you're spending $50 on eligible products. Getting the gift cards with purchase wouldn't hinder the $15 prepaid gift card.
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Would $60 at Target and getting $15 back in Target gift card work to trigger another $15 from this?
I'd rather do $40 at Target with $10 back and $12.50 at Walgreens with the 20% off costing me $50. After the rebate and gift cards, it's effectively $25 spent for $52.50 worth of product rather than your way, which is $30 spent for $60 worth of product. My method gives you slightly better than 50% off.
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Thanks, Altho personally not buying fifty bucks worth of shampoo and soap at once.
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