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It takes 10 seconds to google something. Available on Sams Club for $17.

This seems to the best online price.

Cetaphil Moisturizing Lotion Value Pack - 44 oz total
https://m.samsclub.com/ip/cetaphi...gLJGvD_BwE
Thanks for the info. Small correction it's 40 oz, not 44
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I just bought a 20 ounce jar of the Cetaphil cream at BJ's last night. I paid $12.99 minus 2 online (BJ's) ecoupons totaling $5.50, making it $7.49/20 ounces, or 37.5¢ an ounce. That's slightly less than the per ounce price for the cream at Costco. This was my dermatologist's recommendation and now I keep a jar in several rooms all over the house. She recommended the cream over the lotion because of the thickness of it. A little goes a long long way. Love this stuff. I can't speak of the lotion or the cleanser, since I've never tried either, but highly recommend the cream.
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I purchased the Cleanser yesterday in a Costco store, price is $12.99=$17.99-$5
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Cream is same price in store $15.99 - $ 5.00 = $10.99.
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The cleanser is $12.99 with the coupon in-store.

Having said that, the $14.99 price for free delivery (over $35) is worth it for me. Costco in LA are insanely busy
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Damn why can't they put mL on the packaging.
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BJs + coupon tends to be the lowest price for all this stuff.

In-club is 19.99. They have a 3.50 coupon you can clip. If you also bring in a manufacture's coupon you could save even more.

Same follows for Cerave and pretty much any skincare item.
Yep, I second this. If you have BJs close to you, it will be cheaper when you stack store and manufacturer coupons. One time cetaphil had a $3 coupon on their website, store mailer coupon was $4. So $13 for 2 big 20oz bottles plus bonus bottle is a really good deal. My sons have eczema and the lotion works better for them than the baby line they have.
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How does it compare to the Costco in-store price?
In-store around $2 cheaper. Save the environment buy in store when you shop there.
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I just bought a 20 ounce jar of the Cetaphil cream at BJ's last night. I paid $12.99 minus 2 online (BJ's) ecoupons totaling $5.50, making it $7.49/20 ounces, or 37.5¢ an ounce. That's slightly less than the per ounce price for the cream at Costco. This was my dermatologist's recommendation and now I keep a jar in several rooms all over the house. She recommended the cream over the lotion because of the thickness of it. A little goes a long long way. Love this stuff. I can't speak of the lotion or the cleanser, since I've never tried either, but highly recommend the cream.
Last week I used a $2 physical/paper coupon for a 20oz jar of cream. Now I only see a $3.50 digital coupon on bjs.com for Cetaphil but not the other one for $2? Also, after adding digital coupons to my account, are the discounts automatically applied during checkout? TIA.
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Last week I used a $2 physical/paper coupon for a 20oz jar of cream. Now I only see a $3.50 digital coupon on bjs.com for Cetaphil but not the other one for $2? Also, after adding digital coupons to my account, are the discounts automatically applied during checkout? TIA.
The day I bought it was January 2. On that day there was a $2 BJ's ecoupon that expired that day plus a $3.50 BJ's ecoupon that expired on January 16th (I think). As long as they're both activated in my account and it's before their expiration date, they take both, plus any physical manufacturer coupons (I didn't have any). I discovered that a few months ago., So now I got through all of their online coupons before I shop just in case they've added new ones with a different expiration date.

Hope that's clear. I'm trying to get my granddaughter to sleep and she's not happy about it. 😉
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The day I bought it was January 2. On that day there was a $2 BJ's ecoupon that expired that day plus a $3.50 BJ's ecoupon that expired on January 16th (I think). As long as they're both activated in my account and it's before their expiration date, they take both, plus any physical manufacturer coupons (I didn't have any). I discovered that a few months ago., So now I got through all of their online coupons before I shop just in case they've added new ones with a different expiration date.

Hope that's clear. I'm trying to get my granddaughter to sleep and she's not happy about it. 😉
Yes, that's very clear. Thank you so much for the detailed explanation.
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In-store around $2 cheaper. Save the environment buy in store when you shop there.
But when you go to costco, you end up getting more than what u actually need lol
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