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2-Count 16oz CeraVe Face & Body Moisturizing Cream + $5 Target GC

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Target has 2-Count of 16oz CeraVe Fragrance Free Face & Body Moisturizing Cream (Normal to Dry Skin) + $5 Target Gift Card (Email Delivery) on sale for $24.12 when you checkout via Target's Subscription service. Shipping is free. Thanks kivfer

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  3. In cart, select "subscribe to save 5%"
  4. A $5 Target Gift Card (email delivery) should automatically be added to your order
  5. The price should be $24.12 + Free Shipping
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  • Target REDcard entitles you to 5% off most items, free shipping for online orders, and an extended return period (learn more).
  • This also matches a previous Frontpage deal from March. -Corwin

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  • Add a quantity of 2x 16oz containers to cart
  • In cart, select 'Subscribe to save 5%'
  • A $5 Target Gift Card (email delivery) will be added automatically to your order
  • Price will be $24.12 + Free Shipping

https://www.target.com/p/cerave-m...v_xasd0002
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Created 06-17-2018 at 06:48 PM by kivfer
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Good deal, just for the beauty products alone. My mom likes the Loreal clay masks and I could use a new face scrub. $5 GC makes one of them free, or close to it.
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I got 2, three packs of these in sept 2015 for $10.07 each on Amazon. Still have at least 3 jars (they were for my wife) slick deal effect....guess she's good for a few more years.
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Cheaper than Sams?
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Options at amazon are now just about the same price [amazon.com] w/o having the hassle of tracking subscriptions.
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Is the $5 gift card offer in store also?

Edit: coupon available in cartwheel app
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Options at amazon are now just about the same price [amazon.com] w/o having the hassle of tracking subscriptions.
Except this deal also has a $5 gift card, much better.
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Options at amazon are now just about the same price [amazon.com] w/o having the hassle of tracking subscriptions.
Yep and you don't need to buy 2.
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Yep and you don't need to buy 2.
But no $5 gift card. So Target still a better deal.
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But no $5 gift card. So Target still a better deal.
Good deal
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Cheaper than Sams?
The Cetaphil version of this product regularly goes on sale at Sam's for about $7 and they are 20 oz containers. My dermatologist ranks his favorite non-prescription skin creams in this order:

1. Vanicream
2. Cetaphil
3. Cerave
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The Cetaphil version of this product regularly goes on sale at Sam's for about $7 and they are 20 oz containers. My dermatologist ranks his favorite non-prescription skin creams in this order:

1. Vanicream
2. Cetaphil
3. Cerave
Thank you. I use cetaphil or Lubriderm myself. The dermatologist suggested cerave for the wife. She tried cetaphil and cerave and liked the letter more. I could honestly not tell the difference. But I'm guy I guess that's why. I use the same product as body wash and shampoo 😂.
Thanks for the information though.
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Thank you. I use cetaphil or Lubriderm myself. The dermatologist suggested cerave for the wife. She tried cetaphil and cerave and liked the letter more. I could honestly not tell the difference. But I'm guy I guess that's why. I use the same product as body wash and shampoo 😂.
Thanks for the information though.
Cetaphil currently on sale at Costco $12.99 for two 20oz and a 4oz bonus size. https://m.costco.com/Cetaphil-Moi...45913.html
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