HOT – Free Banana Boat & Coppertone Sunscreen at Target with new printable coupons!

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UPDATE: These are now printing with size restrictions, so I hope you got these before they fixed them!

If you shop at Target, it’s time to print some coupons because you will be getting free sunscreen! Right now there are new Target store coupons for both Coppertone and Banana Boat and they are printing with no size restrictions at the time of this post. Most Target stores carry Banana Boat and Coppertone Sunscreen with the travel size items for just 97-99 cents, making them free after coupon!

These should come in pretty handy when you’re headed to the beach or pool and you want to save some space in your beach bag. Here are your scenarios:

BUY ONE COPPERTONE WATERBABIES LOTION 1 OZ TRAVEL SIZE, regular price $0.99
Use one $1/1 Coppertone Sunscreen Lotion Target printable *no size restrictions*
NET PRICE: FREE!

BUY ONE BANANA BOAT SPORT LOTION 1 OZ TRAVEL SIZE, regular price $0.97
Use one $1/1 Banana Boat Sunscreen Lotion Target printable *no size restrictions*
NET PRICE: FREE!

Note: Look in the “Beauty” category to find this coupon. Go figure!

Thanks to My Frugal Adventures via Cuckoo for Coupon Deals for the tips.

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Comments

  1. Good find! Thanks, Steve!

  2. Carolyn says:

    These will be great for the hubby’s golf bag! thanks steve!!

    • yw :)

      • Hi Steve–Brand new to the site but already scored at CVS yesterday – many thanks! I was just looking at your Target sunscreen posts for Coppertone and Banana Boat. My coupon printed out saying EXCLUDES TRIAL/TRAVEL sizes, so I’m thinking that could be the .97 items you had mentioned? Is it possible that each region has different coupons? Apologies, I’m a newbie!

        • They must have changed the wording. Sometimes they do this when they find out they screwed up. I’ll confirm and then update the post if necessary. Thanks for letting me know.

  3. I was just at target. They wouldn’t let me get the coppertone trial size even after I argued with them. They did, however, let me get the banana boat travel size. Also, on the Nivea items, eventhough the sign says “including lip care” that isn’t true! Not all lipcare are included. I had to argue to get my point across, so they ended up doing price corrections and I got my gift card.

  4. Justice says:

    Hi! I tried using this coupon and could not because the value of the coupon exceeds the price of the item. For anyone in Miami, I was told this restriction applies. Same as Walgreens. It is stated in their policy… Just a heads up for those using this coupon in Miami… Steve, thanks for your blogs, it has helped me tremendously in couponing! Awesome work!!

    • Your stores are handling this incorrectly. The policy is to adjust the coupon’s value to match the cost of the item. The point is that you can not get items better than free at Wags and Target.

      • Justice says:

        Great! Good to know. I’ll see if I can find that in their policy and present it tp them if necessary. So far, I’ve had great luck at Publix. I’ve even gotten money back on some shopping trips thanks to your advice and matchups… Thanks again for your help with this!!

  5. Same thing happened to me at Target today and Walgreens yesterday, I was told the value of the coupon could not exceed the price of the item. When I told them they just needed to adjust the coupon they both said no. I need to print and take their coupon policy with me next time but I think its ridiculous that we know their policy better than they do.