Target: Spend $15+ on Select Skin Care Items, Get $5 Target GC Free + Free Store Pickup
Spend $15 get a $5 gift card on select skin care items
$5 gift card with a purchase of $15 or more of select facial skincare, natural skincare, and hand & body lotion skin care products. Not valid on subscription or previous orders. Offer excludes items sold & shipped by Target Storefront Partners. Quantities limited. If you choose the ship to home delivery option for your purchase, the gift card will ship separately. If you choose to pick up your item at the store, your gift card will be shipped after you have picked up the qualifying item. e-gift cards and Mobile gift cards are non-refundable. Only physical gift cards can be returned with the promotional item. Your account will be charged the amount of the qualifying item reduced by a Target discount in an amount equal to the amount of the gift card, and a separate charge for the amount of the gift card will be assessed. If you want to return the item you purchased to a Target Store, you may either keep the physical gift card and just return the qualifying item (you will be refunded the amount of the qualifying item reduced by the amount of the Target discount), or you can return the qualifying item and the physical gift card for a full refund using the online receipt. If you return the item you purchased by mail, and keep the gift card; you will be refunded the amount of the qualifying item reduced by the amount of the Target discount. Pricing, promotions and availability may vary by location and on Target.com. Offer expires 1/12/2019 at 11:59pm PT
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If you have access to the coupon inserts in the Sunday newpaper, today there were several coupons for skin care products which would make this an even better deal: $1 and $3 off Nivea, $1, $2 and $3 off Eucerin, $1.50 and $2 off Cetaphil.
I just have to hide the products I buy that don’t have the little bunny logo signifying they do not test on animals. Otherwise our 6-year-old granddaughter will very matter-of-factly mention “there’s rabbit’s blood lotion in your bathroom” again.