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Target Circle Members: 1oz Neutrogena Broad Spectrum SPF 70 Sunscreen Lotion EXPIRED

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Target Stores has for Target Circle Members (free to join): 1oz. Neutrogena Beach Defense Broad Spectrum SPF 70 Sunscreen Lotion for Free when you Apply the $2 Off Target Circle Offer to your account and Redeem In-Store. Thanks karthik_r

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Target is offering Neutrogena Beach Defense Sunscreen for free when you apply the $2 off Target Circle offer in-store

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Heads up, these are located in the travel sized toiletries area (with the sample/mini sized toothpastes, spray bottles, soaps, etc. I almost couldn't find them the other day
Chances are as with many of these deals they are pre-determined up to a year in advance and this is automated. Also as a worker in retail, PLENTY of people are out shopping now like nothing is going on.
It shows as $2 off for in-store. But, I will be ready wary of going into a store right now.

Not sure, why do these stores want to lure customers into stores , and out of their homes when more than 90k people have already died because of the disease. You can't be earning money on other people's lives.

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Did not work
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google voice no work?
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Have you tried in-store as OP mentioned and still did not work?
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It shows as $2 off for in-store. But, I will be ready wary of going into a store right now.

Not sure, why do these stores want to lure customers into stores , and out of their homes when more than 90k people have already died because of the disease. You can't be earning money on other people's lives.
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It shows as $2 off for in-store. But, I will be ready wary of going into a store right now.

Not sure, why do these stores want to lure customers into stores , and out of their homes when more than 90k people have already died because of the disease. You can't be earning money on other people's lives.
Target has always been weird about in store vs online stuff
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It shows as $2 off for in-store. But, I will be ready wary of going into a store right now.

Not sure, why do these stores want to lure customers into stores , and out of their homes when more than 90k people have already died because of the disease. You can't be earning money on other people's lives.
Chances are as with many of these deals they are pre-determined up to a year in advance and this is automated. Also as a worker in retail, PLENTY of people are out shopping now like nothing is going on.
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Heads up, these are located in the travel sized toiletries area (with the sample/mini sized toothpastes, spray bottles, soaps, etc. I almost couldn't find them the other day
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It won't work bc Target's computer system won't allow a coupon to be used on a product if the shelf price is lower than the coupon value. Yes, a 1c difference is the culprit.
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It won't work bc Target's computer system won't allow a coupon to be used on a product if the shelf price is lower than the coupon value. Yes, a 1c difference is the culprit.
It worked for me two days ago
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It shows as $2 off for in-store. But, I will be ready wary of going into a store right now.

Not sure, why do these stores want to lure customers into stores , and out of their homes when more than 90k people have already died because of the disease. You can't be earning money on other people's lives.
Yes, that was definitely their goal. They were hoping this free sunscreen deal would kill people. \s
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That's good to know. I was preparing a list of shops which are trying to lure customers in, so that I will never buy anything from them in future, but knowing that certain offers are predetermined , changes that notion.

Yeah, agreed. Prevention is a collective responsibility and some people by buring their head in sand, thinking they are safe are the ones most likely to infect someone vulnerable.
Tin foil hat much? You think target is trying to lure people out to get them killed by offering sunscreen? Ugh.

If you are high risk, stay at home, the rest of us with close to 0% chance of dying from it need to get back to work and life (and yes that includes going to target and taking precautions).
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1 oz? You can't run a vacuum cleaner on 1 oz, John.
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