Target: MONEYMAKER Tone Body Washes after Cartwheel, printable coupon and cashback (or $0.69 Bar Soap 6-packs!)

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See if your store carries the $2.99 Tone Body Washes. The last time I checked my store they only carried huge bottles. However, most stores carry a $2.99 bottle. If your store has these, you can score a moneymaker!

At Target:
BUY TWO TONE BODY WASHES, reg. $2.99
Get $2 cashback from SavingStar for buying two Dial or Tone Body Washes or Bar Soap 6 ct or larger
Use the 20% off Tone Body Wash or Bar Soap Target Cartwheel Offer (exp 8/12; deducts $1.20)
and use one $3/2 Dial or Tone Body Washes or Bar Soap 6 ct or larger printable coupon (preclipped)
Price at Register: $1.79, but get $2 from SavingStar
NET PRICE FOR ALL: FREE + $0.21 MONEYMAKER!

If you prefer the 6-packs of Bar Soap, they are priced at $3.99. Buy two and use the 20% off Cartwheel (will deduct $1.60 total) and a $3/2 printable coupon. Pay $3.38, but submit for $2 from SavingStar. Net price for all is $1.38 (or 69 cents per 6-pack!)


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Comments

  1. Ann-Marie says:

    The saving star offer indicates Cannot be redeemed with any other coupon. Is there a way around this?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      You could choose to use one or the other, however SavingStar has had this rule for years and has not enforced it.