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The Body Shop Free and Cheap Items with Code

Posted on Saturday, August 21st, 2010 at 6:27 am
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Coupon Codes and Deals that will sooth your soul and your budget

Coupon Codes and Deals that will sooth your soul and your budget

The Body Shop is offering a coupon code for $5 off any order. Since there is no minimum purchase mentioned, I assume that you could use the code for purchases of $5, making the items free. (You might have to pay shipping, though).

I took a look at The Body Shop website to see what might be available. The potential free items are below. If anyone tries this, please let me know. Also, please post anything good that I might have missed!

Also, there are a lot of buy one get one 50% off deals, even on the free and cheap items.

First, here is the code and link.

The Body Shop – Stock Up for Back To School – $5 off any order.
Expires: 08/29/2010

Use Coupon Code: SCHOLAR

Here are the products. The price reflects when the $5 code is applied.

Free Items

Stop Sex Trafficking Bag for Life
Orange Bath Lily (2 for $4)
Natural Bath Lily (2 for $4)
Nail Block
Wooden Nail Brush
Plastic Foot File
Pink Glitter Nail File
Bright Floral Nail File
Bright Floral Nail Buffer
Coconut Soap
Satsuma Soap
Folding Oil Burner

$.99-$1 items

Dewberry Body Lotion (great deal–full size product on sale)
No More Rough Stuff Pumice
Nail Clippers
For Men Maca Root Deodorant Stick
Fuzzy Peach Bath & Shower Gel
Green Apple Bath & Shower Gel
Ice Blue Shampoo
Banana Shampoo
Banana Conditioner
Moroccan Rose Reed Diffuser

$2 Items

Aqua Lily Tempting Trio
Japanese Cherry Blossom Tempting Trio
Vanilla Tempting Trio
White Musk® Tempting Trio
Mango Juicy Skin Trio
Coconut Exotic Skin Trio
Satsuma Pamper & Pout

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