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4x 50oz Softsoap Liquid Hand Soap Refill + $5 Target Gift Card EXPIRED

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Target has 4x 50oz Softsoap Liquid Hand Soap Refill + $5 Target Gift Card for $15.96. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $25 or more. Thanks mtvnjoy

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Target [target.com] has this popular offer going again. Albeit not as slick as last time when they offered the $5GC on 3x refills.

Do free instore pickup to save on shipping and pickup in 2 hrs.
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No one beats costco. The costco pack are 80oz (instead of 50 oz). Besides, those go on sale every other month for another few bucks less. I think on sale 2 pack of 80oz is under $7 or something.
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This stuff is great to put a little in a foaming soap dispenser and dilute it the rest the way full with water. A 50oz refill lasts a looooong time.
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According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), there isn't enough science to show that over-the-counter (OTC) antibacterial soaps are better at preventing illness than washing with plain soap and water. To date, the benefits of using antibacterial hand soap haven't been proven. In addition, the wide use of these products over a long time has raised the question of potential negative effects on your health.
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I literally just ran out this week. Thank you.
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We couldn't find any results for "softsoap liquid hand soap refill" message of Target Link 😕
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Better than costco! Thanks!
https://www.costco.com/softsoap-a...85266.html
No one beats costco. The costco pack are 80oz (instead of 50 oz). Besides, those go on sale every other month for another few bucks less. I think on sale 2 pack of 80oz is under $7 or something.
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This stuff is great to put a little in a foaming soap dispenser and dilute it the rest the way full with water. A 50oz refill lasts a looooong time.
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They used to be 56oz in Target recently - I still have one.
Inflation.
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They used to be 56oz in Target recently - I still have one.
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yup. same price but smaller quantity
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No one beats costco. The costco pack are 80oz (instead of 50 oz). Besides, those go on sale every other month for another few bucks less. I think on sale 2 pack of 80oz is under $7 or something.
You are correct!
I just bought a 2 pack from Costco 2 weeks ago for $6.99 (after $3 instant rebate).
$0.044/oz @costco vs $0.055/oz @target.

If you don't have a Costco card, then you should definitely stock up at Target.
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No one beats costco. The costco pack are 80oz (instead of 50 oz). Besides, those go on sale every other month for another few bucks less. I think on sale 2 pack of 80oz is under $7 or something.
Target beats Costco because Target sells different kinds of Softsoap against only one kind sold at Costco. I prefer the Soothing Clean soap because it's gentler on my hands, something I wish Costco would sell. Fragrance is another reason to buy these over Costco's.
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They used to be 56oz in Target recently - I still have one.
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They used to be higher than that too, I think 62oz. This is the third time they lowered the size in the past year or two.
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You are correct!
I just bought a 2 pack from Costco 2 weeks ago for $6.99 (after $3 instant rebate).
$0.044/oz @costco vs $0.055/oz @target.

If you don't have a Costco card, then you should definitely stock up at Target.
But then I have to wait 3 extra hours for Costco to open, drive 3x the distance, spend significantly more time finding it in Costco, and then deal with the wonderful checkout line...*and* hope it's on sale. Or I can just order it online and go to Target where it will be waiting for me at the front of the store.

My time is more valuable than the pennies saved.
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No one beats costco. The costco pack are 80oz (instead of 50 oz). Besides, those go on sale every other month for another few bucks less. I think on sale 2 pack of 80oz is under $7 or something.
Not sure if it matters, but the costco one is not "Anti Bacterial" it just says "Wash Away Bacteria"
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