L’Oreal Hair Care Deal for $.66
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L’Oreal Hair Care Deal for $.66

Posted on Tuesday, February 17th, 2015 at 9:59 am
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This is one of my favorite hair products and I’m super excited about this amazing price at Rite Aid:

L’Oreal Paris Advanced Shampoo or Conditioner, 12.6 oz – $3.99
*** Buy $20 in participating L’Oreal products, Get $5 +UP, Limit 5 (1/25/15 – 2/28/15)
Use (1) $4.00/2 L’Oreal Paris Advanced Haircare Products; Excludes 1.7 oz Trial Size
And (1) $2.00/1 L’Oreal Paris Advanced Haircare Shampoo or Conditioner; Excludes 1.7 oz Trial and Travel sizes – 1-25-15 RP – (exp. 02/21/15)
or (1) $2.00/1 L’Oreal Advanced Haircare Shampoo or Conditioner – 2-15-15 RP – (exp. 03/14/15)
Stacks With
$1.00/1 L’Oreal Advanced Hair Care Products – Rite Aid Video Value Coupon (Must Watch Video and Print or Save To Your Account By 2/28/2015) – (exp. 03/14/15)
Stacks With
Buy 2 participating L’Oreal Paris Advanced Haircare Products; Get $1.50 OFF on Your Next Order, Buy 3 or more; Get $3 OFF on Your Next Order L’Oreal Paris Advanced Haircare Product; excludes 1.7 oz trial size – Rite Aid Catalina – (exp. 02/20/15)
Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.66
Final Price: $0.66
Buy 3; Use (3) $2.00/1 Coupons and $1/1 Video Value; Includes $3 Catalina Savings; Additional +UP Reward Savings wyb $20 in participating items

 

 

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