L’Oreal Skin Care Digital Coupon + More Publix Pricing For Our Rebate

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In addition to our printable coupon, it looks like we now have a Publix Digital Coupon to match the L’Oreal Skin Care rebate I posted about yesterday:

I also pulled a bunch more pricing for included items, so I thought I would put together a big list of deals for those of you that want to do the rebate. As a reminder, you can get $10 back by mail when you spend $30 or more on L’Oreal Revitalift, Youth Code, or Age Perfect with the rebate offer. Just be sure to buy everything  in a single transaction by 3/31/2014.

Even though  we have some time to grab this rebate, it looks like many of the included items are discounted right now at Publix…so this is the perfect time to print your coupons and load the digital coupon. Pick your favorites and get a great price after coupons and rebate!

  • Revitalift Miracle Blur, $21.99
  • Revitalift Cream, $14.19 (reg $17.19)
  • Revitalift Triple Power Cream, $21.99 (Reg $24.99)
  • Youth Code Serum, $21.99 (reg $24.99)
  • Youth Code BB Cream, $14.99
  • Age Perfect Day Cream, $13.99 (Reg $16.99)
  • Age Perfect Night Cream, $13.99 (reg $16.99)
  • Age Perfect Day/Night Cream, $14.29 (Reg $17.29)
  • Age Perfect Face/Neck Cream, $16.99 (reg $19.99)
  • Age Perfect Glow Renewal, $21.99 (reg $24.99)

Age Perfect Day Cream, $13.99 (Reg $16.99)
-$2/1 L’Oreal Skin Care
$11.99 after coupon…buy 3 and submit for your rebate to pay just $8.66 each!

Age Perfect Face/Neck Cream, $16.99 (reg $19.99)
-$2/1 L’Oreal Skin Care
$14.99 after coupon…buy 2 and submit for your rebate to pay just $9.99 each.

Comments

  1. Belinda says

    Hi Michelle:

    I purchased the 2 products you referenced above:
    Age Perfect Face/Neck Cream, $16.99 (reg $19.99)
    $14.99 after coupon…buy 2 and submit for your rebate to pay just $9.99 each
    The total of these 2 items is $29.98 – will that be accepted for the $30.00 rebate?

  2. Heidi says

    I have the same concern. Once I apply the coupon, I will have spent just under $30. Buying ANOTHER cream seems like overkill. Help? I would imagine L’OReal pays attention to the price on the receipt (afterall, they want us to circle each item) as opposed to the miscellaneous coupons at the bottom of the receipt? That may just be wishful thinking…

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